Spencer Museum of Art The University of Kansas


  • History of Sixteenth-Century Italian Art and Court Culture
  • Symposium
  • 2/28/2012
  • 17:15-19:00
  • Spencer Museum of Art
  • Host: Kress Foundation Department of Art History, Spencer Museum of Art, Nelson Atkins Museum of Art
Event Description
The annual Kansas-Missouri Italian Renaissance Art Symposium focuses on the history of 16th-century Italian art and court culture.

These 30-minute talks are free and open to the public:
• "The Intersection of Public Rituals and Convent Spaces in Renaissance Florence," Saundra Weddle, Associate Professor of Architechture, Drury University
• "The Color of Money: Pigments, Color Sellers, and Social Class in Kansas-Missouri Italian Renaissance Art Symposium. Renaissance Venice," Julia DeLancey, Professor of Art and Art History, Truman State University
• "After Vasari: Bernardino Poccetti and Reform," Douglas Dow, Assistant Professor of Art History, Kansas State University