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Art History Masters' students participate at the 2019 RASC/a

Art History Masters' students go to Dallas to participate at the 2019 RASC/a: Art History Graduate Conference, Beyond the Vision: The Sensorion in Art, at the Southern Methodist University.

Second-year Cassidy Petrazzi and first-year Catarina de Araújo were joined by fellow Art History Graduate students Bianca Martucci-Fink, Chestiké Williams, and Roxane Beason on the trip to attend the panels and support their classmates.

Petrazzi presented on Fluxus in an essay titled, Alison Knowles: How to Cook a Feminist Life and de Araújo used theories of spectrality to analyze photographic images in her article, Mulata Made in Brazil: The Invisible Women in Chichico Alkmim’s Photography.

Students also took advantage of the city by staying in the Bishop Arts District and visiting the Dallas Museum of Art.