DEPARTMENT OF ART

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES SUMMARY

July 1, 2004 – June 30, 2005

 

I.                 Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II.               Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings

III.       Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV.       External Grants Received

V.        Awards for Distinguished Teaching, Research or Professional Activities 

 

 

 

I.  Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Barnes, Bernadine A.

 

Art of the Western World:  A Study Guide  (Indianapolis:  The College Network, 2004),

second edition.

 

Review of Francis Ames-Lewis and Paul Joannides, eds., Reactions to the Master:  Michelangelo’s Effect on Art and Artists in the Sixteenth Century, in Renaissance Quarterly LVII, Fall 2004, 993-995

 

“Skin, Bones, and Dust:  Self-Portraits in Michelangelo’s Last Judgment,”

Sixteenth Century Journal, 35, 2004, 969-986.

 

Brunette, Peter

 

Wong Kar-wai. Urbana, IL:  University of Illinois Press, 2005

 

Deserto Rosso/Red Desert,” in The Cinema of Italy, ed. Giorgio Bertellini.  London:  Wallflower Press, 2004.

 

Moderator, Virginia Film Festival (October 2004)

 

Davis, James B.

 

Aristatelian University of Thessalaniki, School of Fine Arts, Pixeldance Video Art Festival, March 2005,

Thessalaniki, Greece

 

Weatherspoon Art Museum, Art on Paper, Group Show, January 2005, Greensboro, NC

 

RestCycling Art International Projekt, Group Show, September 2004, Berlin, Germany

 

Synthetic Zero Loft, Conversions Series, Group Show, august 2004, New York, NY

 

Der Witte Ruime (The White Space), Group Show, August 2004, Den Haag, The Netherlands

 

Machfield International Arts and Culture Society, Machfield Studio Group Show, August 2004, Vienna, Austria

 

 

 

 

Faber, David L.

 

March—July 2005 – At the Corcoran Gallery of Art – Exhibition of the first print portfolio titled,

The Corcoran 2005 Print Portfolio: Drawn to Representation.  The portfolio and exhibition contains 24 internationally known artists such as William T. Wiley, Rupert Garcia, Hung Liu, Jack Boul, and Warrington Colescott.  Exhibition and suite project curated by Dr. Eric Denker, Curator of Prints and Drawings.

 

Invited by Lynne Johnson to speak to her Northern Renaissance art history class on the subject of intaglio printmaking – this was followed up by a demonstration of intaglio printing using a series of multiple plates.

 

Participated in the Faculty Exhibition of the Sawtooth Arts Center – July 2004

 

SECCA – Participating artist in the fifth annual SECCA Collects Wild at HeART Auction.  Work purchased by Dr. and Mrs. Harvey G. Phillips of Winston-Salem.

 

Sawtooth Arts Center – Exhibition of the Spring for Art event for 2005.  Works purchased by area collectors

 

WFU Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition, October 2004 – February 2005

Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC

 

Finn, David T.

 

Reviews:

Patterson, Tom “Chess on Sculpture” Winston-Salem Journal, Arts section photos and article, September 26, 2004

 

Giunca, Mary “Collaborative Art” Winston-Salem Journal, Metro section article with photos, April 30, 2005

 

Patterson, Tom “Art in Public” Wake Forest Magazine, article and photos, December 2004

 

Inauguration of “Lateral Thinking” - a major public art work commissioned by Winston-Salem Scholastic Chess Association, Winston Square Park, September 30 2004

 

“Thresholds:  Expressions of Art and Spiritual Life,” Morian Gallery, Transylvania University, Lexington Kentucky, January 2005 (traveling group exhibition)

 

Inauguration of “Diggs Tower,” a major public art piece commissioned by Diggs Magnet Elementary School for Visual and Performing Art, on site, May 6, 2005

 

“Thresholds:  Expressions of Art and Spiritual Life,” McColl Center for Visual Arts,

Charlotte, NC, June 2005 (traveling group exhibition)

 

WFU Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition, October 2004 – February 2005

Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC

 

Gentry, Jennifer

 

Exhibition, SECCA Art Action, 2005

 

WFU Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition – October 2004 – February 2005

Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC

 

Hallberg, Leigh Ann

 

WFU Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition, October 2004 – February 2005

Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC

 

 

Hitchcock, Alix C.

 

“Twenty/Twenty,” Artworks Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC, 2004

 

“Andrew Martin and the Greensboro School of Painting,” Lee Hansley Gallery, Raleigh, NC, 2004

 

“The Art of Ikebana,” Salem Fine Arts Center Gallery, Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC, 2005

 

“WFU Faculty Exhibition,” Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery, Wake Forest University,

Winston-Salem, NC, October 2004 thru February 2005

 

“Dimensions 2005,” Milton Rhodes Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC, 2005

 

Knott, Robert H.

 

One Person exhibition:  “Hung Up” – Photographs from the Venice Laundry Series,

Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery, Scales Fine Arts Center

Wake Forest University, October 2004 thru February 2005.

 

One Person exhibition:  Venice:  The Laundry Series,” Associazione Culturale Spiazzi Gallery,

Venice, Italy, May 2005

 

Laughlin, Page H.

 

“Page H. Laughlin:  the Interiors Series,” solo exhibition CTE Gallery, September-October, 2004,

Charlotte, NC

 

“Objects of Desire,” group exhibition North Carolina Museum of Art, September 2004-February 2005,

Raleigh, NC

 

WFU Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition, October 2004 – February 2005

Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC

 

Lubin, David M.

 

“Blank Canvas,” review of David Rosand’s The Invention of Painting in America and David Ward’s Charles Willson Peale: Art and Selfhood in the Early Republic, in Bookforum (December/January 2005)

 

Invited guest lectures (i.e., solo invitations; not papers at professional meetings or symposia) at the following institutions (in this sequence):

 

“Life after Death: JFK, Dallas, and Modern Visual Culture,” acceptance speech for the 2004

Charles C. Eldredge Prize for Distinguished Scholarship in American Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, October 2004

 

Robert L. McGrath Distinguished Lecture in American Art, Hood Museum, Dartmouth College,

October 2004

 

“JFK and Modern Visual Culture,” American Studies Lecture Series, The College of William and Mary,

November 2004

 

Moderator for the Gilbert Stuart Scholars’ Day, Metropolitan Museum of Art, November 2004

 

“Riding into History, Marching into Oblivion:  Saint-Gaudens’ Monument to Shaw and the 54th

Massachusetts Infantry,” National Gallery of Art, February 2005

 

“Sculpting Memory: The Art of Augustus Saint-Gaudens,” the 2005 Doris and Harry Rubin Lecture on American Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, May 2005

 

Pickel, John R.

WFU Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition – October 2004 – February 2005

 

Robinson, Elizabeth Brady

WFU Faculty Exhibition, Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery, October, 2004 thru February 2005.

 

Smith, Margaret Supplee

 

Co-author with Richard Card, “Boston’s South end:  Mid-Nineteenth Century Urban Planning and Architecture,” 17-31, in Victorian Boston Today, ed. Mary Melvin Petronella, Boston, Northeastern University Press, 2004 (an updated edition of volume of Boston walking tours I co-edited in 1976)

 

Book Review:  Phebe S. Goodman, The Garden Squares of Boston.  Hanover, NH and London:  University Press of New England, 2003 and Nancy S. Seasholes, Gaining Ground:  A History of Landmaking in Boston.  Cambridge, Mass:  MIT Press, 2003, in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 64 (June 2005):259-61.

Wong, Yue-Ling

 

The Bridge dance production, MainStage, Wake Forest University, December 2-5, 2004

 

The Sixth Sock dance production, Moving Poets, Charlotte, NC, December 18-19, 2004

 

II.  Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings

 

Brunette, Peter

 

Keynote speaker, “Two Cheers for Auteurism,” WFU Romance Languages Symposium on Film

September 2004

 

Nowell-Smith Meets Visconti, Redux:  The Old and the New,” Film Philosophy, vol. 9, no. 16,

March 2005

 

Faber, David L.

 

Attended the annual conference of The Southern Graphics Council held in Washington, DC, in March 2005, as a member of The Corcoran 2005 Print Portfolio:  Drawn to Representation.  The opening reception of the print suite was one of the scheduled events of the Southern Graphics Council meetings.

 

Attended the CAA conference in Atlanta, Georgia, February 2005, and one of the invited authors to be present at the “authors reception” sponsored by publisher, Thomson/Wadsworth.

 

Finn, David T.

 

“Public Art Mix,” Tri-State Sculptors Association Annual Conference, NCSA, Winston-Salem, NC October 6, 2004

 

Lubin, David M.

 

“In Place of the Dead:  The Shaw Memorial on Boston Common,” for the Harvard Symposium in American Art:  Surface, Space, and Interface, October 2004

 

Robinson, Elizabeth Brady

 

Visiting Artist Lecture/Presentations:

University of Southern Maine, Portland, March 2005

Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, April 2005

University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, April 2005

University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida, April 2005

 

Smith, Margaret Supplee

 

Keynote Address, “North Carolina Librarians and Women’s History,” ARLIS Southeastern Meeting, Winston-Salem, NC, November 2004

 

 

III.  Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies (L, M, N)

 

Barnes, Bernadine A.

 

Reviewed articles for Art Bulletin and Renaissance Quarterly

 

Brunette, Peter

 

Editorial Board member, Cinema Journal

 

Series editor, “Conversations with Filmmakers” series, University Press of Mississippi

 

Gentry, Jennifer N.

 

Developed and executed “Art and Design Fundamentals: workshops for “Knowledge to Work.”

 

Lubin, David M.

 

Advisory Editor, Men and Masculinities:  An Interdisciplinary Journal

 

Selection Committee member, Summer Travel Fellowships Program, Center for the Advanced Study of the Visual Arts (CASVA), National Gallery of Art, Washington

 

Conducted a graduate-student seminar for the American Studies department at the College of William and Mary (November 2004) and led an NEH Faculty Seminar at the Hood Art Museum, Dartmouth

College (October 2004)

 

Titus, Harry B.

 

Treasurer, International Center of Medieval Art

 

Director, Association Villard de Honnecourt for Medieval Art, Science and Technology

 

Wong, Yue-Ling

 

Creative Director of IMEJ (Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal) at Wake Forest University.

 

 

 

 

IV.  External Grants Received  (J)

 

Davis, James B.

 

Personal Art Grant

NC Arts Foundation

Requested:  $1,000

Funded:  $560.00

 

Knott, Robert H.

 

Topic:             Photo exhibition in Venice

Agency:          Winston-Salem Arts Council

Requested:      $3,000.00

Funded:           Pending

 

V.  Awards for Distinguished Teaching, Research or Professional Activities  (O)

 

Finn, David T.

 

ACE Fellowship, 2004-05

 

Gentry, Jennifer N.

 

Promoted to Adjunct Assistant Professor (previously Adjunct Instructor)

Delta Delta Delta Sorority:  “Apple Pie Professor” in Art – Fall 2004

 

Hitchcock, Alix C.

 

Second Place Juror’s Cash Award, “Dimensions 2005,” Milton Rhodes Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC

 

Laughlin, Page H.

 

People Choice Awards, NCMA “Objects of Desire” Exhibition, second place ranking.  Top ten placements include Andrew Wyeth, Romare Bearden, Bill Viola, Auguste Rodin

 

Lubin, David M.

 

2004 Charles C. Eldredge Prize for Distinguished Scholarship in American Art, awarded by the Smithsonian Museum of American Art (I received notification of the prize in May 2004 and listed it in last year’s annual report but actually received the award in October 2004.

 

 

Summary/FIF 2004-2005