Thursday, February 16, 2012

Liberal Arts Works in Progress : Learning and Doing

Thursday, February 16
Auditorium 140
noon–1:00 p.m.

Allan T. Kohl, Library
“Paint, Print & Pixels: Learning from the History of Teaching with Images"
Visual Resources Librarian since 1987, Kohl is past-President (and now Treasurer-Elect) of the Visual Resources Association, the “international organization of image media professionals.” His work focuses on copyright issues affecting the use of images in the educational environment, and also the interaction of high art and popular visual culture in late 19th and early 20th century materials.

Diana Green, Liberal Arts
Diana Green is adjunct faculty in Liberal Arts, and has also taught studio courses and continues to produce her own art. She will discuss the challenges and rewards of juggling a career in academia and a studio practice. She will attempt to address the question of whether one can serve two (or more) masters in profession and do justice to them all!

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