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2016

Southwest Art History Conference
XXVIII

Front Cover: Above:
James Stovall Morris (1889–1973) Marsden Hartley (1877–1943)
Velorio (Valorio), (detail), n.d. New Mexico Landscape, 1919–20
Oil on canvas-board panel, 17 7/8 x 24 in. Oil on canvas, 30 x 36 in.
On long term loan to the New Mexico Philadelphia Museum of Art
Museum of Art from the Fine Arts The Alfred Stieglitz Collection
Program, Public Buildings Service, U.S.
General Services Administration
(1477.23P) Photo by Blair Clark.

Information: Betsy Fahlman
at fahlman@asu.edu PO Box 1891
Santa Fe, NM 87504 TA O S , N E W M E X I C O
OCTOBER 12–14, 2016
SOUTHWEST ART HISTORY CONFERENCE XXVIII
OCTOBER 12–14, 2016 • TAOS, NEW MEXICO 2:30 PM • SESSION IV
California Dreaming
Wednesday, October 12 2:30 PM • SESSION II Friday, October 14 MODERATOR: Catherine Whitney,
6:00 PM • Annual Anti-Social The Road Less Traveled 9:30 AM • SESSION III Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK
Mabel Dodge Luhan House MODERATOR: Marie Watkins, Emerita, Consider the Source: Native “California Dreamers: Avant-Garde
Furman University, Greenville, SC People and Provenance Self-Fashioning in the Early Portraits of
Thursday, October 13 “Highways and Skyways in the Rural Modern Imogen Cunningham and Edward
9:15 AM • OPENING REMARKS MODERATOR: Ellen Zieselman, Independent Weston,” Sasha Nicholas, The Graduate
Westward Migration,” Amanda C. Burdan,
Scholar, Santa Fe, NM Center, City University of New York,
Catherine Whitney, Chief Curator and Curator Brandywine River Museum of Art,
of American Art, Philbrook Museum of Art, Chadds Ford, PA “Making/Marketing/Collecting: Louis Potter’s New York, NY
Tulsa, OK, President, SWAHC The Basket Weavers (1905),” Carol Clark, “Light and Space and the California
“An Unoriginal View?: The Trial of William
William McCall Vickery 1957 Professor of the Dream,” Francesca Giani, University of
9:30 AM • SESSION I Henry Jackson’s The Palisades, Alpine
History of Art, Emerita, Amherst College,
Pass,” Katherine Mintie, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Departures in Western California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
Amherst, MA
“Representing La Raza: Photography and
Modernism “The ‘Indian Princess’ of the West: the Chicano Movement.” Amy Scott, Chief
“Critiquing the New West: Photographs of
MODERATOR: Betsy Fahlman, Arizona Suburban Denver and Albuquerque by Contemporary Monuments to Sacagawea Curator and Marilyn B. and Calvin B.
State University, Tempe, AZ Robert Adams and Joe Deal, ca. 1975,” and the Changing American Pantheon,” Gross Curator of Visual Arts, Autry
“American Moderns, Spiritual Seekers: Emilia Mickevicius, Brown University, Sierra Rooney, Stony Brook University, National Center, Los Angeles, CA
Hartley, O’Keeffe, and Pelton in Taos,” Providence, RI Stony Brook, NY
Erika Doss, University of Notre Dame, “Ernest Thompson Seton and the “Playing Indian: Frank Lloyd Wright and
Notre Dame, IN Sessions take place at
Exploration of Canada’s Fabled Aylmer Southwestern Indian Imagery,” Elizabeth S. The Mabel Dodge Luhan House
“A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Soldier: Lake,” David L. Witt, Curator, Seton Legacy Hawley, The Graduate Center, City University
of New York, New York, NY 240 Morada Lane, Taos, NM
Doel Reed’s WWI Diary,” Rebecca P. Project, Academy for the Love of Learning,
18 guest rooms available ($98-$245)
Brienen, Oklahoma State University, Santa Fe, NM “Finding a Contemporary Voice: the 1-800-846-2235 or 575-751-9686
Stillwater, OK
Reception: Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA,” Reserve a room by October, 1 2015. When re-
“Greenbergian Petroglyphs: Raymond wood Museum,
5:30 to 6:30 PM, Har ed by the Harwood Carmen C. Vendelin, Silver City Museum, serving mention the SWAHC conference
Jonson’s Search for Ancient Modernism,” ponsor Silver City, NM
Nathan K. Rees, University of North Dakota, 238 Ledoux St., co-s uthwest Art History (there is no special conference rate, but they
Grand Forks, ND Museum and the So ce. LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
do block out rooms for us).
Conferen
For more information
“Maine—New Mexico: American Painting (including other places to
and the Meaning of Place, 1910–1935,” To register, make checks out to “SWAHC” and mail to: stay in Taos) or to receive
Michael K. Komanecky, Farnsworth Art Southwest Art History Conference,
the program in a PDF
Museum, Rockland, ME Box 1891, Santa Fe, NM 87504
Advance conference
Name Phone and or e-mail format, please contact
LUNCH ON YOUR OWN registration: $65 Betsy Fahlman at Arizona
At-the-door registration: $70 State University via e-mail
Mark your calendars: Address (fahlman@asu.edu) or
One day rate: $35
SWAHC XXIX: 11-13 Oct. 2017 phone 480-965-2610).
SWAHC XXX: 10-12 Oct. 2018 Please include your mailing
address and phone number
and/or e-mail address. City/State Zip

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