The Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association and American Culture
Association invites papers or panels treating any aspect of Western
Landscape Painting for its annual meeting to be held at the Sheraton Old Town
Hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico (February 9-12, 2000).
Possible themes for papers/panels include but are not restricted to:
The Western Landscape in Popular Culture
Images of the Southwest: Old and New
Women Painters of California, the Rocky Mountains, Texas, the Southwest, etc.
The Western Landscape in Mural Painting
The Railroad and/or Westward Expansion
Whose Landscape? Whose West?
Illustrators/Illustration--Books and Other
Uses of Photography
Symbolism and/or Religion
Non-Canvas Western Landscape Painting
Water and the Southwest
Western Landscape Painting in Advertising: Crate Labels, Travel Brochures, etc.
Thomas Hill and Yosemite
Manifestations of Conservation/Environmental Issues
Remington and Russell Revisited
Contemporary Landscape Painting in the West
The Cowboy and the Indian in Context
Museums and Galleries
"The (South)West as America"
Landscapes of the Taos Colony
The "Natural" Monument in Western Landscape Painting
Portrait of the Artist as a (Young) Landscapist
Out-of-Place: Unexpected Works by the Usually Predictable Artist
Please submit a one-page abstract or panel proposal and a c.v. by December 1,
1999 to the Area Chair.
Charlene G. Garfinkle
1030 Kellogg Place
Santa Barbara, CA 93111-1026
voice-mail: (805) 566-7163 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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