HUNTER UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT SYMPOSIUM: THE POLITICS OF DISPLAY

  • Hunter Museum of American Art Bluff View Avenue Chattanooga, TN, 37403 United States

This popular symposium series returns this year to feature papers from regional university students on the topic of the "Politics of Display."  This year’s symposium is held in conjunction with the exhibition, Once and Again: The Still Lifes of Beth Lipman.  

The presenters are Emily White (University of Alabama at Birmingham) on Masquerade and Bodily Display: Sande Society Initiation Mask, Alea Coble (UT Chattanooga) on The International Society for the Suppression of Savage Customs and Modern Imperialism and Kreneshia Whiteside (East Tennessee State University) on 'Yeezy Taught Me':  Kanye's Politics of Display.

Respondent is Dr. Gavin Townsend, Professor of Art History at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. A gallery tour offered at the conclusion of the symposium will be presented by Marissa Montgomery (Southern Adventist University).

The program is open and free to the public.