Highways of the South: Latin American Art Networks (Paris)
Artlas Bulletin calls for articles that attend not only to institutional initiatives, but to the ways that connection and movement have been incorporated into modern and contemporary works of art by Latin American artists. http://arthist.net/
We are very glad to welcome you all into this new 2013/14 Academic Year.
Join us in giving a warm welcome to the LAS community to Prof. Kevin Coleman (UTM, Historical Studies) who specializes on visual culture and labor in Central America during the 19th and 20th centuries. We also welcome Juan P. Marsiaj, who will teach a renewed curriculum for our LAS301H course. We welcome back Prof. Victor Rivas and Paula Karger, our team for LAS 200Y.
We are very glad to have a buzzing office hub in the third floor of the Larkin Building in Trinity College, from where we are consolidating new possibilities for students to enhance their experience abroad in Latin America, and via internships in Latin American organizations in Canada. LAS has at heart the career development of our students, as well as the increased fostering of academic and human liaisons between undergraduate, graduate students and faculty at the University of Toronto and in the GTA area.
May you all have a great, joyful and productive year. We hope to see you in our events and have the chance to welcome you in person.