Art and Science symposium at UI March 2-3

The University of Iowa’s Art History Society’s 27th annual symposium is themed “Art and Science.”  All events are free and open to the public.

Keynote presentation – Friday, March 2 – 5:30pm – Art Building West, Auditorium 240
Martial Guedron, Universite de Strasbourg
Science and Phantasmagoria in the Twilight of Enlightenment

Morning Sessions – Saturday, March 3 – 9:00am – noon – Art Building West, Auditorium 240
Elisabeth Berry Drago  Surface and Substance: physiognomy and Hans Holbein’s Pictures of Death

Adam M. Thomas In the Laboratory and through the Window: Art and Science in San Francisco, ca. 1887

Becky Dewing Shifting Perspectives: Aerial Photography in the Interwar Years

Afternoon Sessions – Saturday, March 3 – 1:30pm-3:30pm – Art Building West, Auditorium 240Holbein image

Katherine L. Carroll Designing the American Medical School to Define Modern Science

Deanna Marie Sheward War Science and Image Production: Abstraction at Mid Century

Ginger Elliott Smith Practicing Big Science in Southern California: Larry Bell as Artist-Scientist