SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

DEPARTMENT OF ART

2006-2007

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

II. Papers and Presentations

 

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

IV. External Grants Received

 

V. Awards

 

I.  Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Barnes, Bernadine

 

Review of Fredrika H. Jacobs. The Living Image in Renaissance Art,

Renaissance Quarterly, 59 (summer, 2006), 499-500.

 

Review of David Alan Brown and Jane van Nimmen, Raphael and the Beautiful Barker:  The Story of the Bindo Altouti Portrait and The Life of Raphael by Giorgio Vasari, introduction by Jill Burke, in Sixteenth Century Journal, 37 (Winter, 2006), 1230-1232.

 

Brunette, Peter

 

Co-commentary on Criterion DVD of Fellini’s Amarcord (released Fall 2006).

 

Carter, Roymieco

 

Interviewed by Graphic Designer and Design Critic, Jason Tselentis for his article,

“Nissan and the Black Experience” for Speak Up, an online design journal.

 

Three digital prints on display at the Faculty Exhibition featured at Wake Forest’s Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery.

 

Transmission:  Biosyntactic Infometrics, a Gallery show with Jason Tselentis at the

Rowe Gallery in UNCC Art Building.

 

Faber, David

 

September 2006, I had a Solo Exhibition/A Partial Retrospective of my prints: etchings, engravings, lithographs, monotypes, and mixed media works at Hawthorne Gallery.

 

November/December 2006, I had a Solo Exhibition of my prints (intaglios, lithographs, monotypes, plaster-casts) titled “The Accompaniment” in the Caton Merchant Family Gallery at The Center for the Arts in Manassas, Virginia.

 

With my exhibition titled “The Accompaniment” at the center for the Arts, I was the featured artist for the “November Gallery Walk” in Manassas, Virginia.

 

I gave a public lecture of the subject of my prints at the Center for the Arts in Manassas, Virginia, in conjunction with my exhibition held at the Center for the Arts titled “The Accompaniment”.

 

I participated in the Wake Forest University Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition which ran from November through January.

 

My work was included in the January exhibition: “Artists Invite Artists” held at the Art Works gallery in Winston-Salem. My host was Winston-Salem artist Mona Wu.

 

At the invitation of the Hal Katzen Gallery in New York City, my works were included in a print exhibition titled “Affordable Prints” during the month of June, 2007. Other participating artists are Helen Frankenthaler and Alex Katz. 

 

My prints are included in the June print exhibition at Hawthorne Gallery along with the prints of Scott Betz from Winston-Salem State University.

 

Finn, David

 

“Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit,” Portsmouth Museum, Portsmouth, VA, 3/07-10/07

“Pitch, Yaw, Roll,” D’Art Center, Norfolk, VA, 3/07

“Micromonumentals” 5ive and 40ty Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC

 

Hallberg, Leigh Ann

 

“Deliberate Interference,” Winthrop University, Rock Hill, SC, 2007

 

“Invitational Exhibition,” Art Works Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC, 2007

 

Review:  Tom Patterson, “Let Us Show Your Work,” Winston-Salem Journal, 1/21/07

 

WFU Art Department Exhibition,” Charlotte & Philip Hanes Art Gallery,

Winston-Salem, NC   2006

 

Review:  Tom Patterson, “Exhibit Pictures Diversity,” Winston-Salem Journal, 1/14/07

 

“TRANS Exhibition,” University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin

 

Hitchcock, Alix

 

Exhibits:

2007, “Surfaces”, Milton Rhodes Gallery, Arts Council Group Show,

Winston-Salem, NC

2007, “Sisters”, Salem Fine Arts Center, Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC

2007, “Salem College Art Faculty Exhibition”, Salem Fine Arts Center,

Winston-Salem, NC

2007, “Selections from the Faculty and Staff, WFU Art Dept.”, Hanes Art Gallery,

 W-S, NC

2007, “Natural Forces”, One-person show, Hawthorne Gallery, Winston-Salem NC

2006, “Transparency”, two-person show, Artworks Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC

2006, “Blurring Racial Barriers IV”, Delta Fine Arts Center, Winston-Salem, NC

2006, “Reflections on a Legacy: Vitreographs from Littleton Studios”, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

 

Knott, Robert

 

Wake Forest University Faculty Exhibition

 

Laughlin, Page

 

Traditional Home Magazine, May 2007:  Seven page article on my work as an artist by Doris Athineos, Senior Arts and Antiques Editor.

 

University of Virginia Magazine, Summer 2006 – Profile on my work as an artist

 

“Deliberate Interference,” Winthrop University Galleries, Winthrop, SC

February-March 2007

 

“Crosscurrents,” Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC, Spring-Summer 2006

 

“Art Department Faculty Exhibition,” Hanes Gallery, Wake Forest University,

Winston-Salem, NC, December-January 06-07

 

Lubin, David

 

“Art in an Age of National Expansion: Genre and Landscape Painting,” in Art in America: 300 Years of Innovation, ex. cat. (New York and Beijing:  Guggenheim Museum and National Art Museum of China, 2007).  [This multi-authored exhibition catalogue is published in two editions, one in English and the other in Chinese.]

 

INVITED LECTURES (not given at professional association meetings):

 

Two-week lecture tour of Chinese universities and art schools for the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (May 2007).

 

“Art, War, and Propaganda in American Art,” Shanghai Museum, Shanghai, China (May 2007).

 

“George Hersey’s Ruskin Seminar at Yale,” Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Ma (May 2007).

 

“About Face: WWI, Plastic Surgery, and the American Beauty Revolution,” New York Institute for the Humanities (March 2007).

 

“The Hand of War on American Visual Culture,” National Art Museum of China, Beijing (February 2007).

 

“Battling Images: The Visual Culture of World War I,” co-sponsored by the English Department, Department of the History of Art, and the Visual Culture Workshop, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (January 2007).

 

“Black, White, and Bronze: Saint-Gaudens’ Monument to Shaw and the 54th Massachusetts Infantry,” Ida and Conrad H. Smith Lecture Series for Associates of the American Wing, Detroit Institute of the Arts (January 2007).

 

“Art for War’s Sake,” given as the inaugural lecture for the newly endowed Terra Foundation Lecture in American Art, Chicago Humanities Festival

(November 2006).

 

“Morning in America: Childe Hassam’s Flag Painting and the First World War,” for “America Comes of Age,” 75th Anniversary Symposium at the Addison Gallery of American Art, the Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts (November 2006).

 

“War Relief: The Shaw Memorial on Boston Common and the Battle over Civil War Memory,” Normal Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts (October 2006).

 

“LIFE after Death: Art, Photography, and the Visual Culture of the Kennedy Assassination,” Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Research Center, 5th Anniversary Symposium, Santa Fe, New Mexico (July 2006).

 

 

Pickel, John

 

Wake Forest University Faculty Exhibition, 2006-07

 

 

Smith, Margaret

 

North Carolina Women Making History (1999), reprinted in paperback, February 07

 

II.  Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings

 

Barnes, Bernadine

 

“Reproductions in Theory:  Sixteenth Century Critical Response to Printed Images,” paper as Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Salt Lake City, October 27, 2006.

Brunette, Peter

 

“Luchino Visconti as (anti-) Realist:  The Case of La Terra Trema,” presented in Dec. 2006, at an Italian Studies conference at the University of Pennsylvania (invited lecture).

 

Lecture on Rossellini’s La Macchina Ammazzacattivi, Cinematheque Ontario (Toronto), Nov. 2006 (invited lecture).

 

Informal remarks, Duke University Film Studies Group, Feb. 2007

 

Carter, Roymieco

 

Presented a journal talk and publication session for Taboo:  The Journal of Culture and Education at the American Educational Research Association in Chicago.

 

Laughlin, Page

 

Panelist, “Deliberate Interference,” Winthrop University, March 2007

 

Smith, Margaret

 

“Mountain Modernism,” Presentation at SESAH (Southeastern Society of Architectural Historians) Annual Meeting, Auburn, AL, 28-30 September 2006.

 

“The Good Life: The Image of Downhill Skiing in American Popular Culture,” Presentation at the 2007 PCA/ACA (Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association) National Conference, Boston, MA, April 4-7, 2007.

 

III.  Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

Barnes, Bernadine

 

Editorial Board for Sixteenth Century Journal

 

Thames and Hudson, reviewed proposal for new Renaissance art textbook by Cole and Campbell (20 hours to date, ongoing)

 

College Network, Indianapolis, IN

                        Developed new exam questions (40 hours)

                        Revised text of Study Guide: Art of the Western World for 3rd edition, College Network. (10 hours)

 

College Board, Princeton, NJ, developed new questions for national art history Advanced Placement exam. (10 hours).

 

Brunette, Peter

Editorial Board, Cinema Journal

 

Carter, Roymieco

 

Staff editor for Taboo:  The Journal of Culture and Education

 

Titus, Harry

 

Treasurer, International Center of Medieval Art

 

Bellagio Foundation, evaluation of proposal for a research meeting concerning the Abbvey at Vezelay, France.

 

Guggenheim Foundation, proposal evaluation

 

NEH, proposal referee.

 

Conseil scientifique de la cathedrale d’Auxerre, meets twice annually.

 

IV. External Grants Received

 

Finn, David

 

Civil Rights Commemorative Sculpture

United Arts Council of Greensboro

Funded; amount being negotiated

 

Laughlin, Page

 

NC Artist Fellowship

NC Arts Council

$8,000

 

V.  Awards

 

Laughlin, Page

 

Jon Reinhardt Award for Distinguished Teaching

 

Smith Young Family Research Fellow