Lucy Winters Durkin
Instructor of Visual Arts, part-time fall semesterDepartment:
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Photo Credit: Gerry Szymanski
Co-Chair Annual CWAJ Print Show, October, 2007, Tokyo, Japan. The CWAJ Print show is the leading exhibition and sale of contemporary Japanese hanga (works of art on paper) in Japan. With a Japanese partner, the co-chair is responsible for the care and handling of works of art on paper starting with the selection process by an international jury in the spring, to the exhibition and eventual sale of over 1,000 prints in the fall. The Co-Chairs also oversee the publication and sales of the annual full-color exhibition catalogue, the exhibition design, the coordination of over 250 volunteers, and the financial accounting.
Course Author and Instructor, Barnes&Noble.com, 2002-2004. Authored and taught on-line course titled “The Museum Goer’s Guide to Art History.”
AH 213 History of Western Art:
This course surveys a wide variety of works from the early Renaissance to contemporary art. By looking at many styles and techniques, students learn how to describe, discuss and evaluate works of art. We will focus on placing works in their historical and social context, and examine the interrelationship of visual art with music, literature, technology, religion and popular culture.