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MemberValerie Connor

…Advisory Panel, National Irish Visual Arts LibraryAdvisory Board, PhotoIreland…

Valerie Connor is a freelance visual arts curator and educator. She has served as Chairperson of the National Campaign for the Arts and was Commissioner-Curator for Ireland at the 50th Venice and 26th São Paulo international art biennials. She has served on the board and acquisitions committee of the Irish Museum of Modern Art and was the Visual Arts Adviser to the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon. She contributed a contextual essay to the Twentieth Century volume of Art and Architecture of Ireland, published by the Royal Irish Academy and Yale University Press, and co-edited Local Authority, with Dr Daniel Jewesbury, a book of critical essays on European public art commissioning strategies, published by Fingal County Council Arts Office. As part of the photography programme team within the School of Media at the Dublin Institute of Technology, she delivers modules in visual studies, curating photography, photographic practice and dissertation supervision. She is an external examiner for Limerick School of Art and Design at Limerick Institute of Technology and is currently undertaking an MSc in applied postgraduate study in online learning, having previously studied fine art at the National College of Art & Design and women’s studies at Trinity College Dublin. 

MemberJennifer Wingate

…Public Art Dialogue

Association of Historians of American Art

SECAC…
…Associate Professor of Fine Arts…
…in downtown Brooklyn for forthcoming Routledge Companion to Art in the Public Realm, co-edited by Cameron Cartiere and L…
…a, the journal of the Association of Historians of American Art 3, no. 1 (Summer 2017)  https://editions.lib.umn.edu/p…

I teach art history and American studies to undergrad non-majors at St. Francis College in Brooklyn, NY, where I am helping to launch an Interdisciplinary Studies department and major. Courses I teach include American Art, Art of Social Change, Commemorative Practices, Public Art, and Art in NYC. I co-edit the journal Public Art Dialogue with Cameron Cartiere (Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver). Sierra Rooney (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse) and I are co-editing a volume with Harriet Senie (CUNY City College & Graduate Center), Teachable Monuments: Using Public Art to Spark Dialogue and Confront Controversies (Bloomsbury). I have published on the domestic display of FDR portraits in photographs by Gordon Parks and Jack Delano (Winterthur Portfolio) and on World War I memorial sculpture in the United States in a book, Sculpting Doughboys (published 2013 by Ashgate and available as an e-book from Routledge) and in the journals American Art, Woman’s Art Journal, and Public Art Dialogue. My research and teaching interests include public art, art of social change, and the display of presidential portraits.

MemberJoanna Gardner-Huggett

…College Art Association…

Joanna Gardner-Huggett is an Associate Professor and Chair of History of Art and Architecture where she teaches courses on twentieth-century art and feminist theory. Gardner-Huggett’s research focuses on the intersection between feminism and arts activism and has been published in the journals British Art Journal, Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies, Historical Geography, and Woman’s Art Journal. Her most recent scholarship explores the history of the painter Julia Thecla (1896-1973), the Guerrilla Girls, the Feminist Art Workers, and the origins of the women artists’ cooperatives Artemisia Gallery in Chicago (1973-2003) and ARC (1973-present). 

MemberThomas Dreher

…IASLonline Lessons/Lektionen in NetArt, URL: http://www.iasl.uni-muenchen.de/links/lektion0e.htm…
…in preparation: A (provisional) History of Intermedia Art…
…Thomas Dreher studied since 1978 art history, philosophy and classical archeology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University i…

I studied history of art at LMU and wrote a thesis on “Conceptual Art in America and England between 1963 and 1976” (1988, published in German in 1992). “Performance Art after 1945. Action Theater and Intermedia Art” was sustained by DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) and published in German in 2001. My research on the history of art since 1945 is archived on the website “Intermedia Art” (URL: http://dreher.netzliteratur.net/). “IASLonline Lessons in NetArt” presents my research on net art and net conditions (URL: http://iasl.uni-muenchen.de/links/lektion0e.htm). I expanded the subject of this site to Mobile Telephony, Locative Media and Computer Art.

MemberBegonya Cayuela

http://www.arspicta.net/

Research group on Romanesque Art (University of Barcelona)

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…http://www.facebook.com/MedievalArt…
…iconoteca.medieval-art.org…

Dr Begoña Cayuela is a PhD in Art History at the Universitat of Barcelona with the dissertation entitled «Tradiciones y transmisión iconográfica en el arte altomedieval. La iconografía del sacrificio de Isaac en el arte hispánico (siglos VII al XII)» (online at http://www.tdx.cat/handle/10803/129907). Her areas of specialization are Early Medieval Art and Iconography. She is a member of the Research Group of the University of Barcelona, Ars Picta (http://www.arspicta.net). Alongside her career as an independent researcher, she is a programmer with more than 20 years of experience. Her skills include working with databases such as MS Access and SQL Server, software and web programming. This mixed interest, the Digital World and the Medieval Art, has led her to create a Facebook page to collect resources and news about medieval art. Medieval Art is the name of this fan page and is available at the address: https://www.facebook.com/MedievalArt. There is also a companion Twitter account: https://twitter.com/MedievalArt1.