Faculty Achievements: School of Arts, Humanities, and Renaissance Studies
Here are the latest faculty accomplishments from the School of Arts, Humanities, and Renaissance Studies.
| Sara Nair James, professor of art history
Book review of Canterbury Cathedral Priory in the Age of Becket by Peter Fergusson, Yale University Press, in the Bulletin of the Historians of British Art, Summer 2012, pages 14 through 16.
Invited lecture, “Signorelli, Dante, and Shades of the Classical Past,” for the Dante Alighieri Society, Lynchburg Chapter, September 27, 2012.
| Paul Ryan, professor of art
Review of exhibition, “Potential Images,” at 1708 Gallery in Richmond in the September/October 2012 issue of Art Papers Magazine.
Participating in group exhibition, “From the Hill: The Studio Art Faculty at Mary Baldwin College,” Fine Arts Center Gallery, Blue Ridge Community College, October 1 through November 14.
| Jim Sconyers, assistant professor of art
A presentation of his work at Blue Ridge Community College, October 4. A site specific installation of his sculpture, “The Shadow of a Greater Structure That Cannot Be Experienced,” is on display in the Fine Arts Center through November 14.