Art History Symposium 10 a.m. to noon H&R Block Artspace at KCAI, 16 E. 43 St.
The School of Liberal Arts will host an art history symposium at the H&R Block Artspace at KCAI. Three papers written by KCAI students have been selected through a juried process and will be presented at the symposium. Those presenting are Philip Bakala (senior, painting and art history), “Appropriation as Visual Discourse over Pictorial Genealogy and Subjective Interaction”; Kendell Harbin (senior, art history and printmaking minor), “How to Travel through an Entropic Landscape (and come out on the other side): An Essay on Robert Smithson’s ‘Tour of the Monuments of Passaic’”; and Hannah Lodwick (senior, painting and art history), “The Anthropomorphic Reification behind Lichtenstein’s ‘Brushstrokes.’” For more information, contact Rebecca Dubay, Ph.D., assistant professor of art history, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cara and Cabezas Contemporary Gallery, 1714 Holmes Road
The office of Academic Advising and Career Services at the Kansas City Art Institute will be holding a closing reception for the Access Alumni Events Exhibition “Austerity Measures” at Cara and Cabezas Contemporary Gallery. The event will include a celebratory potluck and artist talks by exhibiting students and alumni jurors. For more information, contact email@example.com.