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Donald W. Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture
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Symposium Schedule – Friday, November 15, 2013

8:30 Coffee and tea
9:00

Introduction

Kate Haw
Director, Archives of American Art
Welcome

Liza Kirwin
Deputy Director, Archives of American Art
Opening Remarks

Kelly Quinn
Terra Foundation Project Manager for Online Scholarly and Educational Initiatives, Archives of American Art
Moderator for the Day

9:15–10:45

Morning Session: Mapping Images

Laura Wexler
Professor of American Studies & Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, Yale University
Lauren Tilton
Ph.D. Student in American Studies, Yale University
Re-visioning the Archive: The Photogrammar Project

David Sledge
M.A. Student in Art History, Williams College
When and Where Did They Paint? Schematizing Landscape with the Inventory of American Paintings

Marian Mazzone
Professor of Art History, College of Charleston
Thomas Brady
B.S. Student in Computer Science, College of Charleston
Computational Analysis of Andy Warhol’s Flowers

10:45–11:00 Break

11:00–12:30

Mid-Morning Session: Networks and Contexts

Michelle Moravec
Associate Professor of History, Rosemont College
Melissa Rogers
Ph.D. Student in Women’s Studies, University of Maryland
Visualizing Schneemann

Titia Hulst
Ph.D. Candidate, New York University
Documenting the Postwar Audience for American Avant-Garde Art

Jessica Gogan
Ph.D. Candidate, University of Pittsburgh and Project Curator, The Warhol Timeweb
Tresa Varner
Curator of Education & Interpretation, The Andy Warhol Museum
The Warhol Timeweb: Visualizing Connectivity as Investigative Research and Transdisciplinary Pedagogy

12:30–1:45 Lunch (on your own)

1:45–2:45

Afternoon Session: Curating Online

Richard J. Powell
John Spencer Bassett Professor; Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Duke University
Student Curators Online: African American Close-Up

Lee Glazer
Associate Curator of American Art, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
Maya Foo
Museum Specialist (Curatorial), Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
Recontextualizing the Peacock Room: “The Story of the Beautiful: Freer, Whistler, and Their Points of Contact” website and The Peacock Room Comes to America mobile app

2:45–3:00 Break

3:00–4:30

Late Afternoon Session: Publishing Online

A. Joan Saab
Associate Professor of Art History/Visual and Cultural Studies, University of Rochester
Searching For Siqueiros

Therese O’Malley
Associate Dean at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art
Two Digital Projects in American Landscape Design History

Emily Pugh
Webmaster, Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide and National Gallery of Art
Art History Online: Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide’s Digital Research and Publishing Initiative

4:30 Reception