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Ends of American Art Conference

The Ends of American Art is a two-day international conference exploring new possibilities for thinking about, performing, producing, and writing the history of American art.
Conference Schedule:
Friday, November 7 (Oberndorf Event Center, Stanford Graduate School of Business)
9:30 Registration and Coffee10:00-10:15 Welcoming Remarks10:15-12:15 "The Global:" Francois Brunet, Wanda Corn, and Vanessa Schwartz 12:15-1:30 Lunch Break1:30-3:00 PhD Student Presentations 1 + Discussion with Audience 3:00-3:30 Coffee Break3:30-5:30 "Alternate Histories:" Michael Leja, Andrei Molotiu, Chon Noriega, and Alison Syme5:30-7:00 Dinner for all attendees7:00-7:45 A Keynote Lecture by Bryan J. Wolf, Stanford University7:45-8:30 "The Ends of American Art" Roundtable: Scott Bukatman, Richard Meyer, Alex Nemerov, and Bryan J. Wolf
Saturday, November 8 (Cemex, Stanford Graduate School of Business)
9:30 Coffee10:00-10:15 Introductory Remarks 10:15-11:45 PhD Student Presentations 2 + Discussion with Audience 11:45-1:00 Lunch Break1:00-2:30 "Ends as Beginnings:" Elizabeth Bennett, Eduardo Cadava, and Huey Copeland 2:30-3:00 Coffee Break3:00-4:30 PhD Student Presentations 3 + Discussion with Audience5:00-7:00 Closing Reception at the Cantor Arts Center
Visit the Ends of American Art website for more information and to register!



Saturday, November 8, 2014. 09:30 AM


GSB Knight Management Center


The Ends of American Art International Conference is generously supported by the Terra Foundation for American Art, the Stanford Arts Institute, and the Department of Art & Art History at Stanford University.




Free and open to all; registration required