Students Show Their Research
The 14th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium took place at the University of Washington on 20 May 2011. Six School of Art students participated. Two of them, both Photomedia students, were double-majors presenting in their non-art fields: Roman Camarda in Microbiology and Brynn MacCoy in Physics. The other four were:
Elizabeth Meyers, Art History, mentored by Professor Patricia Failing; her oral presentation was titled “Christian Dotremont, the Logogrammes and Zen: The Written Word as Visual Art”
Kara Suddock, Art History, mentored by Assistant Professor Sonal Khullar; her poster presentation was titled “The Stupa at Bharhut and The Stupa at Amaravati in the Museum”
Michelle Taylor, Design Studies, mentored by Lecturer Dominic Muren; her poster presentation was titled “Cultural Studies Integration in Design Education: Exploring the Relationship Between Culture and Design”
Morrow Woods, Art History, mentored by Assistant Professor Sonal Khullar; her poster presentation was titled “James Fergusson’s Tree and Serpent Worship and its Influence on Colonial Museums”
Descriptions of each presentation can be found by clicking the links above and then clicking on the presentation title on the resulting webpage.