One Division of Art History and four Division of Art students (plus a non-Art student mentored by one of our faculty) are participating in this year's symposium on Friday, May 20. Follow the links below and then click on the titles to see a description of each project/presentation.
Each year a small number of mentors are selected to receive a Research Mentor Award. We are pleased that 3D4M Professor Amie McNeel received the award this year.
Division of Art
These students are participating in the Visual Arts & Design Showcase, which takes place in Odegaard Undergraduate Library from 3-4:30pm.
Maryam Bhurgri, 3D4M | Clouds | mentored by Professor Amie McNeel
Ireland Castillo, Architecture | A Thousand and One Cranes | mentored by Professor Michael Swaine
Kalina Chung, 3D4M | Hangers | mentored by Professors Amie McNeel and Doug Jeck
Kayla Fox, 3D4M | A Little On Edge | mentored by Professors Doug Jeck and Amie McNeel
Tzyy (Amy) Young, 3D4M | Predisposition | mentored by Professors Doug Jeck, Amie McNeel, and Jamie Walker
Division of Art History
Scarlett Strauss | mentored by Professor Stuart Lingo Strauss is part of the UW Honors Program and was selected as a member of the first Husky 100 group in 2016.
She is giving an oral presentation titled "Divine Words, Divine Light: The Florentine Tradition in a Renaissance Annunciation" as part of Session 1E, which takes place in Mary Gates Hall 238 from 12:30-2:15pm.