Public Workshop on “Latin American Art & Memory”
3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Free – RSVP
This workshop investigates the special valences that the preservation, and obliteration, of memory have had in the long history of Latin American visual and material culture. The presenters will give short, 10-minute presentations around an object, image or idea, followed by a round-table discussion. Presenters include Amy Buono (History of Art & Architecture, UCSB), Carlo Severi (EHESS & CNRS, Paris), Jeanette Favrot Peterson (History of Art & Architecture, UCSB), Ilona Katzew (Los Angeles County Museum of Art), Elena Shtromberg (Art and Art History, University of Utah).
Part of a Series
|Brigid Doherty, “The Persistence of Kitsch”||February 23, 2017||5:30 PM|
|Ann Marie Yasin, “Architectural Memory and the Varieties of Late Antique Appropriation: The Case of S. Paolo fuori le mura”||March 14, 2017||5:30 PM|
|Memory in the Construction of Cultural Traditions: Serious Fiction in African Epics||May 2, 2017||5:30 PM|