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Art Histories
graduate students in the UC Davis Masters in Art History give thesis presentations on a variety of topics ranging from Any Warhol and Chicano mural artists to ancient Greek sculpture.
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2.8 stars from 5 ratings
I watched ‘Paul Morrisey’s “Flesh”: Seeing through the eyes of Warhol’s America’ It seemed to be a perfectly excellent graduate presentation by Melanie Ross with some really fascinating points to make. The problem, is the editing of the final product. In some places the video is not in sync with...Read full review »
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