A dozen students from the School are participating in this year’s symposium on Friday afternoon, May 19, 2017. Below is a list of the students. Follow the session links to click on the presentation titles and see project descriptions.
Three students are presenting in the session titled Excitations: Art and Visuality, which is being moderated by Photomedia Professor Rebecca Cummins. It runs 12:30–2:15pm in Mary Gates Hall, room 238.
Daniel Glynn, Photomedia: "Surface Thought: Attention, Vision, and the Materality of Alternative Process Photography"
Jess Kim, Interdisciplinary Visual Arts: "Economy of Terror: It was the Gaze that Killed"
Peiran Tan (Mary Gates Scholar), Visual Communication Design: "Aesthetic Standards of Chinese Woodblock-Printed Rare Books in the Song Dynasty"
One student is part of a collaborative group presenting in Poster Session 2. It runs 1:00–2:30pm in Mary Gates Hall, Commons West (Easel #13).
Amara Kitnikone, Interdisciplinary Visual Arts, "Life of Pika: A Science-Based Environmental Video Game"
Visual Arts & Design Showcase
Students in this session represent all three of our divisions. It runs 3:00–4:30pm in Odegaard Undergraduate Library.
Casey Grosso (Mary Gates Scholar + UW Honors Program), Art History: "public Map<SortedSet<String>, Queue<Quartet>> pieces;"; mentored by Photomedia Professor Rebecca Cummins
Shannon Hobbs, Interdisciplinary Visual Arts: "Hatt"; mentored by 3D4M Associate Professor Amie McNeel
Ji Huang, Interdisciplinary Visual Arts: "Generative Form Glass Sculpture"; mentored by 3D4M Associate Professor Amie McNeel
Katy Lee, Visual Communication Design, with two other students: "Page 124, Line 17"; mentored by Tivon Rice of DXARTS
Rose Reyes, Photomedia: "Utilizing Thermographic and 3D Processes to Visualize Humans' Emotional Responses to Music"; mentored by Afroditi Psarra of DXARTS
Aurora San Miguel, Photomedia: "Feed"; mentored by Photomedia Professor Rebecca Cummins
Chloe Sismour, Interdisciplinary Visual Arts: "From a Letter Somebody Wrote Me Once"; mentored by 3D4M Associate Professor Mark Zirpel
Amy Wang, Interdisciplinary Visual Arts: "Fortress"; mentored by 3D4M Associate Professor Amie McNeel