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Poster Sessions

Time: 02/23/2018: 12:00PM–1:30PM
Location: Cultural and Academic Network Hall in Petree Hall C and D

Poster sessions are informal presentations for small groups displayed by an individual. The poster display is usually a brief narrative paper intermixed with illustrations, tables or graphs, and other presentation materials. With a few concisely written areas of focus, the poster display communicates the essence of the presenter’s research, synthesizing its main ideas and research directions. Poster displays will be on view for the duration of the conference, beginning on Thursday morning at 9:00 AM through Saturday afternoon at 2:00 PM. On Thursday and Friday, from 12:00 to 1:30 PM, presenters will be available next to their displays.

Part of the Solution: Yes to ADU Mayen Alcantara, Los Angeles County Arts Commission and Iris Anna Regn, Los Angeles County Arts Commission

Hybrid Bodies: Messy Entanglements and Intersectional Collaborations Ingrid Bachmann Concordia University

Harstad, Norway’s Arctic Arts Summit (June 21-22, 2017) Jean wn Bundy, Independent Art Critic

The Fashion History Timeline: A Digital Hub for Fashion Research Justine De Young, Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York (SUNY)

The L in gLam: Libraries as Strategic Art Venues Sally Deskins, West Virginia University

Design History Leaps off the Screen Ann Lemon, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania 

pilot press…: A Feminist Publishing House Liz Linden, University of Wollongong and Jen Kennedy, Queens University

Visualizing Mosquito-Borne Diseases and Climate Change Courtney Marchese, Quinnipiac University

The Other Border Wall Proposals Jennifer Meridian, Independent Artist

Mapping LA’s Radical and Alternative Pedagogies Nancy Popp, Independent Researcher, Stephanie Sabo, University of Southern California and Janet Owen Driggs, Cypress College

Making Good from Next to Nothing Kelly C. Porter, East Tennessee State University

Met Hacking: Museum Experiments in Gamification to Engage Studio Art Majors Scott Michael Raynor, High Point University

Superpower: A Transnational Government With a Totalizing Vision Bryan Robertson, Jefferson College

The Animated Life of Everyday Objects Gabriella Solti, Independent Artist

Improving Critique Participation: with Online Critiques Lyz Wendland, University of Wisconsin, River Falls

A Workshop Model for Arts Administrators David Xu Borgonjon, Columbia University


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