Art History Symposium

The 27th Annual Art History Symposium

 All events are fee and open to the public.

 March 9-10, 2017, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
All events will be held in the Fine Arts Building 161

Students at colleges and universities in Arkansas are invited to submit proposals to present at the 2017 symposium. Topics in any area of art history are acceptable and should reflect research undertaken in an upper-level art history class during the last year. Presenters do not have to be art history majors.

Students must submit their proposals by February 2nd to be considered for this year’s symposium. See Call for Papers 2017, for details.

Dr. Craig Zabel of Pennsylvania State University is this year’s keynote speaker. He will give a lecture titled, ” The American Skyscraper, from the Emerald City of Oz to Glass Towers of the 1950s” on Thursday, March 9th at 6:00 PM. Dr. Zabel will also present a public lecture, “Frank Lloyd Wright and Interior Space: Chicago’s Rookery Building and the Oak Park Home and Studio” following the presentation of papers on Friday, March 10th.