About 30,000 people visit the Notre Dame Cathedral each day, some traveling all the way from Texas. I spoke to one professor at Baylor who's feeling the heartbreak from across the ocean:
STORY >> https://www.kxxv.com/news/local-news/central-texans-react-to-notre-dame-cathedral-fire
Dr. Heidi Hornik-Parsons currently serves as President of the Midwest Art History Society. MAHS had an excellent meeting of art historians (museum professionals and academics) in Cincinnati March 20-23, 2019. Next year the conference will be held in Houston March 19-21, 2020.
Happy Spring Break! We hope you enjoy the week!
After break, we have several events:
– Paper Artist Helen Hiebert on March 20
– Dr. Steven Tuck from the 'Great Courses' on March 25, and
– the Annual Juried Student Show
Save the Dates!
Happy Spring Break! We hope you enjoy your time off and get inspired by the beauty of Springtime.
After break, we will have two guest speakers:
– Helen Hiebert, well-known paper artist, giving a lecture on "In Pursuit of Wonder" on March 20 and
– Dr. Steven Tuck, from the 'Great Courses', on "Decorating Spectacles: Sculptural Programs in Roman Amphitheaters" on March 25, and
– the Annual Juried Student Exhibition.
Enjoy the break and we can't wait for you to be back!
Looking for something interesting to do Wed night?
Join the @MartinMuseumBU for "Curator Talks: Getting to the Bottom of (Neo)Classicism" w/Drs. Sean DeLouche & @NTElkins
Wed, March 6
Refreshments at 5:30
Lecture at 6pm
Off S. Univ Parks Dr.
Dr. Heidi J. Hornik, Prof of Art History & President of the Midwest Art History Society co-chaired (w/Prof. Paula Wisotzki of Loyola Chicago) a presentation at the annual meeting of the College Art Association in New York City on February 15.
This past weekend, Dr. Heidi Hornik-Parsons, professor of art history and President of the Midwest Art History Society co-chaired (with Prof. Paula Wisotzki of Loyola Chicago) the “Icons of the Midwest: Elizabeth Hawes at the Cincinnati Art Museum and Feminism in American Art” at the annual meeting of the College Art Association in New York City. The presentation was held on February 15th.