*Not Quite 15 Minutes...: An Andy Warhol Mini-Symposium*
Wednesday October 22, 2003,Symposium 3-5:30 p.m.; museum open 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Free to university communities.
Austin Museum of Art, 823 Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas (512.495.9224) www.amoa.org
*Artists, curators, philosophers, & art historians will present brief talks on aspects of Warhol's art and career. Each speaker will be limited to approximately 10 minutes' speaking time, leaving room for a few minutes of audience discussion after the talks.
Speakers and topics will include:
Dana Friis-Hansen, Austin Museum of Art: Welcome and Introduction to the Austin Museum of Art exhibit, "Andy Warhol;"
Anne Collins Goodyear, Smithsonian Institution / National Portrait Gallery: "Representing Andy: Warhol's Self (?) - Portraiture;"
Craig Hanks, Texas State University-San Marcos: "Spectacle Traces;" James Housefield, Texas State University-San Marcos: "Photo, Gesture, Gender: Warhol and Martha Graham;" James McManus, California State University, Chico: "Mimicking Mechanical Reproduction: Duchamp's 'Box in a Valise' and Warhol's 'MOTTS Apple Juice Box;' " Kimberly Smith, Southwestern University: "Warhol's Collecting and the Closet:
Queer Readings;" Dennis Summers, Quantum Dance Works: "Kaleidoscopic Lepidopterist;" M.E. Warlick, University of Denver: "Opposites Attract: Warhol and Sargent."
Warhol Symposium & "Warhol Wednesday" have been organized by Professors Jeff Dell and James Housefield with the co-operation and support of the Department of Art & Design, Texas State University-San Marcos, and the Austin Museum of Art. They are the culmination of a collaborative teaching experiment.
Assistant Professor of the History of Art
Dept. of Art & Design
Texas State University-San Marcos
San Marcos, TX 78666-4616
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