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Symposium The Corroboree & Multimedia Studios, School of Art and Art History The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa Present a two day symposium with distinguished contemporary artists and critics Crossing Over: Video, Criticism, Theory Thursday, November 17, 1988 3:00 P.M. The University Museum of Art "Video Art at the American Museum of the moving image" Joann Hanley Director, Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria, New York 8:00 P.M. School of Art and Art History, E109 "The end of our tales" Professor Anne Knudsen Center for Research in the Humanities, Copenhagen, Denmark Friday, November 18, 1988 10:30 A.M School of Art and Art History Colloquium, Basement Auditorium "Video art from the beginning of the universe to the present" Professor Ira Schneider Cooper Union School of the Arts, New York City "Are Art Critics really necessary?" Gerrit Henry Contributing Editor, Art News 9:00 P.M. University of Iowa TV Channel 28 Live from the Multimedia Studios Special Event: "Disputatio" Jaime Davidovich Joann Hanley Gerrit Henry Professor Michael Kirby Professor Anne Knudsen Professor Ira Schneider Respondents: Professor Herman Rapaport Professor Stavros Deligiorgis Professor Kathleen Newman Professor Barbara Welch Breder Project Director: Professor Hans Breder This Program is sponsored in part my a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts; The School of Art and Art History, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa; The University of Iowa Foundation; and the University of Iowa Museum of Art.
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