Inspired by our special exhibition, the Hunter’s 11th Student Symposium features the work of undergraduate students from across the nation exploring Technology & Identity, offering our virtual audience insight into the next generation of thought leaders. Free and open to all.

This year’s presenters are:

  • Aubrey Dettman (University of Alabama), “Thomas Cole Redefined: Artist Architect and Engineer”
  • Amiyah Gonzalez (Fort Hays State University), “Digital Alchemy: Exploring the Transmutation of Identity in New Media Art”
  • Aimee Lawrence (Tennessee Tech University), “Collaboration and Color: Exploring a City’s Identity Through Digital Illustration”
  • Abby Peterman (University of Delaware), “Conservation of Matilde Brown’s Comrades”
  • Joel Settlemoir (University of Arkansas), “The Women of the Mail Art Movement of the 1950s to the Present”
  • Alexis Vanja Tirtaputra (Rhode Island School of Design), “Mucha and Gacha: Art Nouveau and Gacha RPGs”

Response from Dr. Bart Pushaw, UTC Assistant Professor of Art History