UMASS Dartmouth Art History Lectures
2015 FALL LECTURE AND EVENT SERIES:
An Afternoon with New Bedford Experts: Reinventing the Post-Industrial City: Architecture, Preservation and Sustainability
Free to the Public and UMassD Campus Community
Lectures are held in conjunction with Architecture, Sustainability and Preservation Course offered by the Department of Art History, CVPA.
Part of the Art History Lecture Series organized by Dr. Pamela Karimi and part of her Reinventing the Post-Industrial City (Architecture, Preservation and Sustainability) An Open Undergraduate Art History Course
Public and UMassD community is welcome.
Treasures of the Whaling Museum Archives
Photographer as Historian
Take Only Pictures and Leave only Footprints
New Bedford through the Moving Image
The Changing Dynamics of Agriculture on the South Coast
Turning Sustainability into Art
Exploring Recent Achievements of the Buzzard Bay Coalition
Art in Public Green Spaces
The City at the End of the Reel, Akerman, Perec, Cinematic Counter Memory