Assistant Professor of Art History Allison Millerpublished a review of the book, Beyond the First Emperor’s Mausoleum: New Perspectives on Qin Art, edited by Liu Yang on caa.reviews, a publication of the College Art Association, on Oct. 27.
Professor of Art and Art History Thomas Noble Howe gave lectures at the preliminary presentation of the publication of the excavation of the garden of the Great Peristyle of the Villa Arianna (‘Ariadne’) at Stabiae (Quaderni di Studi Pompeiani, VII) at the local Rotary of Castellammare di Stabia and the national convention of the Garden Club of Italy on Oct. 13–14. The lectures were in Italian.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Ron Geibel was one of 150 artists from across the county asked to participate in an exhibition/fundraiser titled “Build Hope, Not Walls” at Big Medium Gallery in Austin, Texas. Artists were asked to create one brick to contribute to an installation celebrating individuality. All proceeds were donated to the following organizations that support immigrants and refugees: American Gateways, Casa Marianella, Preemptive Love, and Refugee Services of Texas. The exhibition was on view Oct. 13–15, 2017.