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Festschrift Symposium in Honor of Brian A. Curran
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9/24/2016
When: Saturday, September 24, 2016
Where: United States

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A Festschrift Symposium in Honor of Prof. Brian Curran

A symposium to honor Dr. Brian Curran, Professor of Art History and scholar of Renaissance Italy, sponsored by alumni, students, and faculty of the Department of Art History at Pennsylvania State University

September 24 2016 

112 Borland Building The Pennsylvania State University State College, PA

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9:30: Introduction, Craig Zabel, Head of the Penn State Department of Art History and Jennifer Cochran Anderson, Adjunct Professor of Art History, Pepperdine University

10:00: John Biggers: student, teacher, and artist Alison Fleming, Associate Professor of Art History, Winston-Salem State University 

10:30: A Second Saint for Santa Maria Jessica Boehman, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts and Art History, LaGuardia Community College

11:00: Aesculapius and the Cultivation of Health in the Italian Renaissance Garden Katherine M. Bentz, Associate Professor of Art History, Saint Anselm College 

11:30: Luncheon in the Graduate Student Office, Room 205 / 206 Borland Building 

1:00: Francisco de Zurbarán’s The Surrender of Seville to King Ferdinand III of Castile and León with Saint Peter Nolasco, 1248 (1629) for the Calced Mercedarians of Seville Jennifer Olson-Rudenko, Gallery Coordinator and Professor, Tacoma Community College, and Professor, Pierce College 

1:30: Pacheco's Art of Painting: The Materials and Techniques of Spanish 17th Century Polychrome Sculpture Ilenia Colon Mendoza, Associate Professor of Art History, University of Central Florida 

2:00: Break 

2:30: The Pietà of Palestrina: From Flop to Fascist Pierette Kulpa, Instructor of Art History, Sierra Nevada College 

3:00: Facts and Fictions: The Biography of Bernardino Poccetti in Baldinucci’s Notizie de’ professori del disegno Douglas Dow, Associate Professor of Art History, Kansas State University 

3:30 – 5:00: Celebration in the Graduate Office, Room 205 / 206 Borland Building


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