This annual symposium showcases undergraduate art history students' research on works of art or artists from The Mint Museum's diverse collections. Reception to follow the presentations.
This year's presenters include:
Amy Bareham | Queens University of Charlotte | 5 Things We Can Learn from Berenice Abbot.
Avery Close | Wofford College | To Be Someone and Not Something": Southern Women Artists' Quest for Education.
Camille Knudsen | University of North Carolina at Greensboro | Obscured by War: Female Contemporary Artists Question Japanese Society.
Kathryn Thoma | Winthrop University | Behind the Fig Leaf: Contemporary Women Artists and the Problematic Female Gaze.
Erin Yager | University of North Carolina at Charlotte | Eighty Years and Counting: The Mint Museum Randolph as Cultural Architect for the City of Charlotte in 1936.