Visual Arts Presentations


The research brought forth in Visual Arts Presentations provides a multidisciplinary lens for the study of art both historical and contemporary. Topics include themes and trends in contemporary art, ancient works, the role of the viewer and the convergence of visual art with the sciences.


Events from 2012


Traditions and Receptions in Sixteenth-Century Yucatán’s Visual Culture: The Maya and the Creation of Tihó-Mérida, Cody Barteet


Immersion Emergencies and Possible Worlds: Engaging Water as Culture and Resource through Contemporary Art, Patrick Mahon

Events from 2011


Seeing and Seen: Acts of the Voyeur in the Paintings of Francis Bacon, John G. Hatch

Events from 2010


Convergences Between Art and Physics, John G. Hatch