USC-LACMA History of Photography Seminar: Loie Fuller Between Photography and Film

Wednesday, October 27 at 6:30pm to 8:00pm

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Rhonda Garelick

Dean of School of Art and Design History and Theory, The New School, Parsons

Rhonda Garelick will discuss the representation of the renowned modern dancer Loie Fuller in photography and film. Author of Electric Salome: Loie Fuller’s Performance of Modernism, Garelick is a scholar of fashion, performance, visual arts, literature, and cultural politics. The USC-LACMA History of Photography Seminar is a joint initiative between USC’s Visual Studies Research Institute and LACMA’s Wallis Annenberg Photography Department designed to facilitate dialogue between one of LA’s leading research institutions and the largest encyclopedic art museum on the West Coast. This academic year, seminar events are in conjunction with a pair of exhibitions co-curated by the VSRI director and curators at LACMA, “Enfin le cinéma: Arts, images, et spectacles en France (1833-1907) at the Musée d’Orsay and “City of Cinema, Paris 1850-1907” at LACMA.

This event will be virtual.

Dial-In Information

RSVP to vsri@usc.edu for Zoom information.

Department
Visual Studies Research Institute (VSRI)
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