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from ARTS 315: Contemporary Art Trends
by Jonathan A. Anderson
September 16, 2011
Assistant Professor of Art, Jonathan Anderson, lectures on Robert Rauschenberg's art, focusing on the 1950's and his approaches as they differ from the modernist theories of his time, as well as hi...
September 23, 2011
Assistant Professor of Art, Jonathan Anderson, lectures on Andy Warhol and the impact of mass media on the arts and the pop art theory that emerged. He lectures briefly on Neo-Dadaism and Proto-Po...
September 30, 2011
Assistant Professor of Art, Jonathan Anderson, lectures on the effects on the art world of postmodernity and art strategists' responses to the turn in culture. He discusses James K. A. Smith's "Wh...
December 2, 2011
Assistant Professor of Art, Jonathan Anderson, lectures on the massive breadth of artwork created after the year 2000, with special focus on painting and photography, while touching on sculpture, v...
December 2, 2011
Assistant Professor of Art, Jonathan Anderson, lectures on current trends in art with special emphasis on street art and artists like JR and Banksy doing postmodern, public, contemporary forms of c...
from Violence & Peace in Contemporary Art
by Lia Chavez
March 2, 2013
Artist Lia Chavez shares a selection of her performance-based artwork. She discusses the underlying vision of her work, explaining that she aims to make her life a work of art. Chavez explains how ...
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August 26, 2011
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Professor Jon Anderson explains conventions and schools of thought that have been prevalent in modern, postmodern, and other contemporary art. Anderson offers insight into the philosophy and meanin...
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March 1, 2012
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A collection of speakers which includes Nicholas Wolterstorff, Roberta Ahmanson, Jonathan Anderson, and David Nystrom addresses the topic of sacred spaces. As each speaker brings his or her own vis...
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March 16, 2013
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This is the eighth in a series of symposiums created and hosted by the Biola University Department of Art. Over the years these events have engaged both the Biola academic community as well as the ...