Five selected undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the annual fall art history methodologies course (Collections, Cultures, and Collaborations), offered by the College of Visual Arts and Design at UNT, will present excerpts from their research papers based on study of the Crow Collection of Asian Art exhibition Clay Between Two Seas: From the Abbasid Court to Puebla de los Angeles. Following is a list of the student presenters and the title of their presentations:
- Cassandra Roberts, Blessing the User: The Consumption of an Islamic Earthenware Bowl
- Rachel Ford, Iconography of a Musician: Notes from Cross-cultural Research
- Annalisa Giannotti, Fashionability in Collecting Islamic Ceramics in America
- Donna DeBlois, Sonic Historiography from Avant-garde Talavera
- Jungwan Kim, Narrativizing Cultural Exchange: Museum Exhibitions of Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Ceramics
Join Grammy® Award-winning composer and pianist Henri Scars Struck in conversation with Dr. Jacqueline Chao, Curator at the Crow Collection of Asian Art,
about his site-specific soundscape We Know You’ve Got Soul created in connection with the exhibition Landscape Relativities: The Collaborative Works of Arnold Chang and Michael Cherney. Together they will explore how his musical interventions interact with the visual art throughout the museum.
This project is co-commissioned by the Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Family SOLUNA International Music and Arts Festival.
Seating is limited, first come first serve. Registration does not guarantee a seat.
The third annual Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Family SOLUNA International Music & Arts Festival presents a curated three-week experience, staging a series of performances and mixed-media installations by some of the most exciting contemporary artists working today, alongside concerts by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra led by Music Director Jaap van Zweden.