The HAVC student representatives are members of the Chair's Student Advisory Board and represent the department at campus functions, recruitment, and orientation events. HAVC student representatives help plan HAVC quarterly events, facilitate study sessions, and manage our social media to keep students informed of courses being offered, museum field trips, social events focused on the arts, movie nights, and faculty talks. Our student representatives serve as an important channel of communication between the department and students in the major.
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Connor is a fourth year History of Art and Visual Culture student. His research includes contemporary art, art biennials, archival theory, and cultural heritage. In his spare time, you can find him curating exhibitions in the art gallery or working in the art archives on campus.
Rachel is an artist and a double major in Art and HAVC. Having completed the Art program classes, she continues to make and show work with bubbles, beads, and waste flow. Her research in HAVC includes the craft-art diffusion and limitations culture understands through visuality.