Art History Conference: ReDefine

As a major Art Department event, the theme of this year’s Art History Conference will be “Re-Define: Define Again or Differently.” This interactive conference will interrogate visual culture in the Post-Modern world. From 1945 to the present: war, religion, civil rights, disease, identity, and the environment have been catalysts for artistic expressions which Re-Define the boundaries between art, fashion, media, and design. This conference features original student and faculty research and artwork which investigates and Re-Defines visual culture in the 21st Century. Everyone is welcome – light refreshments served. The event will take place on Thursday, April 14th from 9 AM to 6 PM in the Fine Arts Center. For more information, contact Prof. Ken Havenstein in the Art Department or at or Molly Brown, Milne Library Reference Librarian, at

To view the program brochure:  REDEFINE Program 2016