Chief Curator, Middlebury College Museum of Art
Courses offered in the past four years.
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HARC 0711 - Qualif. Paper/Resrch/Writing
Qualifying Paper, Research, & Writing
This course is a continuation of HARC 0710 which consists of ongoing, supervised independent research with an advisor, plus organizing, writing, and presenting a qualifying paper, which will be due on a Friday, two weeks before the end of classes. (HARC 0301 and HARC 0710)
Spring 2012, Spring 2013, Spring 2014
HARC 1004 - Collecting Photography Now
Collecting Contemporary Photography
The students in this course will participate in the selection of contemporary photography, film, and video art for the Middlebury College Museum of Art. We will engage in ongoing independent research, make PowerPoint presentations on numerous artists, post our research on a class website, and evaluate works under consideration, explaining the basis for their recommendations. The selection process involves readings, interviews of artists and dealers, and collaboration on class and public presentations. In conjunction with the course work there will be a required class trip to New York museums and galleries. (Approval required; please contact the instructor via email, firstname.lastname@example.org).
HARC 1016 - Art, Performance, & Activism
Art in Action: Performance Art in Context
In this course we will survey the history of performance art with particular emphasis on the activities of the Guerrilla Girls and a number of street artists whose works express a political point of view. Based on our study we will organize an exhibition of posters by the Guerrilla Girls for installation in the Museum in the spring of 2014.