Join us for the opening reception of our student-curated exhibitions in the Binghamton University Art Museum lower galleries! Students will give a brief talk about their curatorial work followed by a Q & A session with the audience. Light refreshments will be served. Event is free and open to the public.
Event is co-sponsored by the Undergraduate Art History Association
The Art History department congratulates this year’s graduating BA students!
Erin Livingston (honors)
Lauren Rachel Poretsky
Congratulations to Art History major Emily Jelen, who has received the President’s Award for Undergraduate Student Excellence. The award recognizes students who have enriched the Binghamton University community through a record of accomplishment and leadership in such areas as scholarship, student life, and community life, all of which reflect the University’s purposes and priorities.
The University Art Museum is currently displaying an exhibit demonstrating a range of nineteenth-century photographic formats and processes from the daguerreotype and the calotype paper process to the collodion wet-plate glass negative, the stereograph and the photogravure. The exhibit is in the Kenneth C. Lindsay Study Room and was organized in conjunction with ARTH 280, Distinguished Professor John Tagg’s course on “Histories of Photography.” The exhibit will be open for two weeks. A study guide is available in the exhibit.