Faculty Spotlight: Drs. Juliet Bellow, Kim Butler Wingfield, and Ying-Chen Peng to present this weekend.

On Thursday, April 6th, Dr. Kim Butler Wingfield presented her paper “Sex, Spirit, Matter: Michelangelo’s, Raphael’s, and Pollaiuolo’s Vatican Sacred Bodies” in the Kennedy Auditorium at the Taylor Science Center of Hamilton College in New York.

Dr. Ying-Chen Peng is in Salem, Massachusetts this weekend presenting a paper titled “Empresses and the Qing Politics.” She is presenting this paper at a workshop for the writing of the catalog of 2018/2019 major exhibit “Empresses of China’s Last Dynasty,” co-hosted by the Peabody Museum and the Freer/Sackler Gallery.

Dr. Juliet Bellow is speaking in a roundtable this weekend at the Walker Art Center on the exhibition “Merce Cunningham: Common Time.” Along with historians Liz Kotz, and Roger Copeland, she will present her research on Merce Cunningham’s collaborations with visual artists Isamu Noguchi, Robert Morris, and Robert Rauschenberg. This roundtable is moderated by Common Time co-curator Joan Rothfuss.

Congratulations to our busy and ambitious faculty!

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Viola Farber, Carolyn Brown, Merce Cunningham and Barbara Lloyd (from left) performing Suite for Five, 1963.

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A photo of Empress Xiaokemin (Wan Rong,) last Qing empress of China

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