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Art Department

Art Program


Interdisciplinary Studio Coordinator, Year 2

Interdisciplinary Studio Coordinator, Year 3

Interdisciplinary Studio Coordinator, Year 4

Studio Faculty

Critical & Contextual Studies

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Resource Lab Manager

Resource Lab Technicians

Elizabeth Darrow

Full Professors

Visual Art History I, II, Modern & Contemporary Art History; Critical Methods

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Elizabeth Darrow received a Ph.D in art history from the University of Washington in 2000 and has taught at Trinity University, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Washington and Montana State University. Dr. Darrow studied restoration of painting and art history in Italy and her research & scholarly interests emphasize early modern art history from the Renaissance into the nineteenth century. She is a pioneer in the study of the effects of restoration of art on art interpretation and was a Guest Scholar in Residence at the J.P. Getty Museum & Research Institute in 2005-06, completing a manuscript about the restorer in 18 th century Venice for the Getty Trust entitled Restoring the Myth of Venice (2008). Her discovery of a lost Renaissance altarpiece, Madonna & Child with Six Saints (1456), by Neri di Bicci at St James Cathedral in Seattle generated world-wide attention, an exhibition and she was co-author of Focus On the Renaissance (Seattle, 2004).

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