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Michelle Randall

Lecturer of Art
Arbury Fine Arts 152

(989) 964-4566
marandal@svsu.edu

Michelle Randall earned her B.A. in Humanities and Fine Arts
magna cum laude from the University of Colorado at Boulder
in 1996, and her M.A. in Art History from the University of
Chicago in 1998.
  While in Chicago she assisted the Curator
of Earlier Prints and Drawings at the Art Institute of Chicago
in Provenance Research, and cleared the gaps for over
300 Italian and French drawings in the Art Institute’s collection.
She has taught courses in the History and Technique of Old
Master Drawings at the School of the Art Institute, where
she also taught courses in High Renaissance and Mannerism.
She became a Ph.D. candidate in 2004 at the University of
Chicago, has traveled extensively in Italy, and held an internship
at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, a Modern Art Museum
in Venice, Italy.
  She also was the Assistant to the Curator at the
U.S. Pavilion at the Biennale in Venice in 1997, where she
worked closely with Robert Colescott. Her current interests
include the role of the Samurai and the influence of the
garden in 19
th-century Japanese prints, Venetian architecture,
the Classical tradition in Italian Renaissance Art, and Shotokan karate.

 

CURRENT TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES for students:

SUMMER 2017 - May 9 - June 1, 2017 (view flyer)

Art 130 & Art 290 - The Renaissance in Florence & Venice
ART 490 - Art in Context: de Medici to Modern

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  December 15, 2016

Michelle Randall, (989) 964-4566 marandal@svsu.edu

Shaun Bangert: (989) 964-4893, sbangert@svsu.edu

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