On Thursday, April 23, students who curated exhibitions for the Spring 2020 semester presented on their projects and answered questions from viewers who tuned in via Zoom.  >>To view the recorded event


*Please see YouTube link for Kaleigh Pitcher’s presentation, then go back to the Zoom recording.


Online exhibitions

Each of the students, with help from Professor Hilary Becker, transformed their work into online exhibitions:

"Marvels of Materials: Trade and Materiality in Ancient Egypt"
Curated by Doug Braun ’20, History, Classics, and Anthropology with faculty advisor Hilary Becker, Assistant Professor of Classical and Near Eastern Studies

"American Mythology" (Forthcoming)
Curated by Kaleigh Pitcher '20, History and Political Science with faculty advisor Andrew Walkling, Professor of Art History

"Visualizing Voyeurism"
Curated by Emily Mendelson ’20, Business Analytics and Eta Pastreich ’20, Anthropological Perspectives with faculty advisors Katherine Bouman, Associate Director of the Binghamton University Scholars Program, and Tom McDonough, Associate Professor of Art History

Dory Knoll Student Curator Internship

Beginning in the Fall 2019, we have been pleased to recognize one student per semester with the Dory Knoll Student Curator Internship. The Internship was established by Dr. Geraldine MacDonald ’68, MS ’73, Litt.D. ’17 in memory of her mother and supporter of the arts, Dory Knoll. This semester’s recipient was Doug Braun. Congratulations, Doug!


Last Updated: 4/30/20