Students Provide Expertise in Wunderkammer Exhibit

Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013 10:32 am
 

Students in Museum Studies (Art 260) will explore works in "From Wunderkammer to the Modern Museum, 1606-1884" as significant examples from a past age, and as precursors to museum practices as we know them today.

Each student will be stationed by her display case and audience members can move from one to another, learning more and asking questions at 4:15 Tuesday, Dec. 3 in the Faulconer Gallery.

The student presenters are:

  • Elizabeth Allen ’16 (art history),
  • Sarah Burnell ’14 (anthropology),
  • Elle Duncombe-Mills ’16 (gender, women's, and sexuality studies),
  • Hanna Feldman ’14 (political science),
  • Ellie Garza ’14 (psychology),
  • Sarah Henderson ’16 (undeclared),
  • Elli Jung ’16 (undeclared),
  • Courtney Martin ’15 (anthropology/theatre),
  • Adriyel Mondloch ’14 (anthropology),
  • Pauline Poon ’14 (English),
  • Becca Rea-Holloway ’15 (religious studies),
  • Emma Vale ’16 (art), and 
  • Anya Vanecek ’15 (anthropology).

The class is under the direction of Lesley Wright, director of the Faulconer Gallery and lecturer in art.