2016 is the fourth year running that the symposium has been hosted at the Springfield Art Museum, thanks to the Director Nick Nelson and the special relationship that has been fostered between our institutions. The museum offers many wonderful opportunities
[youTubeVideo width=”620″ height=”440″ url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtGrbpL4pbw”] Congratulations to Sarah Williams for being featured in the September 2015 issue of Mind’s Eye. Her work is also being highlighted on the Research web page and on the Missouri State homepage. About her paintings Williams,
Art and Design associate professor Dr. Mitzi Kirkland-Ives has newly released an edited volume, “Death, Torture, and the Broken Body in European Art 1300-1650.” Co-edited with John Decker of Georgia State University, the work appears with Ashgate Publishers in
Allison Robbins, Art History major at MSU, will present “Revived Elements and Modern Innovations in American Southwest Pueblo Ceramics,” at the Park Central Branch Library on December First Friday. These lectures, a cooperative project between Art History at Missouri State
The 9th annual Undergraduate Art History Symposium will be held on Friday, April 25. Students from MSU and Drury are presenting their recent research at Springfield Art Museum beginning at 4pm. Olivia Duvall, MSU Art+Design student, had her poster design
Christy Lindgren, Missouri State alumna, is scheduled to present her professional research “Space and Function in the Early Irish Monastery,” as part of the First Friday Art Walk on Sept. 7, from 6-7 p.m. at the Park Central Branch Library.
Katherine Botts presented her paper, How Mannerist Painting Influenced Mid-West American Art, during the Thomas Hart Benton event at the Bonniebrook Museum.
In recognition of his distinguished record of research in photography, Professor Bruce West was recently honored as a featured faculty member in the Academic Spotlight at a Lady Bears basketball game in February of 2011. The Academic Spotlight is a