Shana Dumont Garr

October 13, 2023

Presentation: “Maya Lin's Artwork Cultivates Diremption, Non-Attachment, and Ultimately Destitution as a Means of Coping with Human Extinction” on the art history panel Historical Reckoning on the Public Symbolic Landscape and Restorative Commemorative Projects at the SECAC Conference in Richmond, VA.

Job Appointment

January 31, 2024

Designed and teaching the course "The Impact of Technology on Nineteenth-Century American Art" at Emerson College, Spring 2024.

Conference Presentation

February 16, 2024

Presentation: "Tree as Monument: Does Maya Lin's Ghost Forest Cultivate Hope as a Means of Coping with the Climate Catastrophe?” on the panel Learning from Trees: Artists and Climate Solutions at the CAA conference in Chicago, February 2024

Conference Presentation

October 13, 2023

Presentation: “Maya Lin's Artwork Cultivates Diremption, Non-Attachment, and Ultimately Destitution as a Means of Coping with Human Extinction” on the art history panel Historical Reckoning on the Public Symbolic Landscape and Restorative Commemorative Projects at the SECAC Conference in Richmond, VA.

Conference Presentation

October 8, 2022

Presentation: "Picture Planes and Glyph Exchange: Feminist Offerings Fueled by Spaces Between" at the Black Mountain College Museum Conference, October 2022.

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