Julia Bryan-Wilson, Professor

Open (1) Louise Nevelson's Modernisms

Open. Apprentices needed for the fall semester. Please do NOT contact faculty before September 11th (the start of the 4th week of classes)! Enter your application on the web beginning August 16th. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, August 29th at 8 AM.

A feminist research project on the 20th century sculptor Louise Nevelson that includes her wood-based found object work, her own clothing, fashion, and self-presentation, and the critical responses of her art.

Library, archival, and online research on the art of Louise Nevelson and her reception, including issues related to the monochrome, wood sculpture, prints, fashion, and public commissions. Document and research Nevelson's many afterlives within other artistic projects.

Qualifications: Methodical, detail-oriented approach to research. Ability to work nimbly with online and analogue archives. Good writing and editing skills. Fluency with social media platforms.

Weekly Hours: 3-6 hrs