“Dutch and Chinese Art in Colonial Indonesia” Denver Event
Date: 12:30pm PDT April 15, 2012 Location: Denver Art Museum
Denver Art Museum
Meet local alumni and parents, and enjoy lunch with Lewis & Clark’s 2011 Teacher of the Year - Assistant Professor of Art History Dawn Odell. Professor Odell will present on Dutch and Chinese Art in Colonial Indonesia.
Sunday, April 15, 12:30 p.m.
Lunch and presentation
Denver Art Museum, Schlessman Hall
100 W 14th Ave Pkwy
More on the Speaker
In Spring ’11, Professor Dawn Odell was awarded Teacher of the Year by the Pamplin Society of Fellows.
Professor Odell specializes in Chinese and early modern European art and teaches a variety of courses engaging these regions, including classes on East Asian print culture, comparative approaches to European and East Asian art of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and contemporary Chinese art. Her research focuses on the exchange of material goods and artistic practices between Asia and Europe in the early modern period, with a particular emphasis on the Dutch engagement with China. She has published articles on the seventeenth-century Dutch travel book author Johan Nieuhof, Chinese export porcelain, Dutch and Chinese ethnographies, and early Sinology in Europe. Her most recent research explores the visual culture of seventeenth-century Batavia (present-day Jakarta) and its diverse population of Chinese, Indonesia and Dutch inhabitants.
In addition to her campus recognition, Professor Odell received national honors last spring, including a grant from the American Philosophical Society in support of her research on Chinese and European influences on the material culture and society of the Dutch East Indies. She also received a Robert L. Platzman Memorial Fellowship from the University of Chicago Library to conduct additional research in the university’s Special Collections Research Center.