On October 4 and 5, 2013, thirteen alumni of the Program in the History and Theory of Art and Architecture will return to campus to present papers in celebration of the continuing scholarly legacy of their mentor Anthony D. King. The conference will be open to the public. For more information click here.
Kenneth C. Lindsay, the founder of the department of art and art history of Harpur College at Binghamton University passed away on March 2, 2009. A study room in the University Museum is being established in his name.
For over ten years, VizCult: The Harpur College Dean’s Workshop on Visual Culture has provided a focus for dialogue and exchange both within the Art History Department and across related disciplines. Faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students meet in this bi-weekly workshop forum to promote the production, sharing, and critical evaluation of new research in the broader interdisciplinary field of visual and built culture studies. Speakers are invited from Binghamton University’s faculty and graduate community, as well as outside institutions. This workshop is generously funded by the Harpur College Dean’s office. All talks are open to the general public.
Last Updated: 1/14/13