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The DML Salon is a retrospective of recent digital projects undertaken by BGC students. This year’s Salon will offer a selection of projects that illustrate the inventive and diverse ways that students are using digital tools in their research. From Nina Stritzler-Levine’s Fall 2021 Exhibition and Curatorial Practice course, Ellen Enderle and Ariana Bishop will present their respective final exhibition projects, Reform/Refashion: Women’s Fashion Reform at the Turn of the Century and Lover’s Eyes: Jewelry from 1775 to Today. Madeline Porsella will then showcase Welcome to the Dollhouse, a website conceived and designed for Freyja Hartzell’s Spring 2021 course Doll Parts: Human Forms in the History of Design and Material Culture. A trio of web-based interactive prototypes designed for the upcoming exhibition Threads of Power: Lace from the Textilmuseum St. Gallen will be presented by Ariana Bishop, Emily Harvey, Isabella Margi, Caroline Elenowitz-Hess, Kenna Libes and Zoe Volpa from Michele Majer’s Fall 2021 course. From Aaron Glass and Meredith Linn’s Unsettling Things: Expanding Conversations in Studies of the Material World course, Kristen McCool will demo her website Decentering Whiteness in Art Museum Education. Finally, Talia Perry will offer a walk-through of Greenhouse Mysteries from Freyja Hartzell’s Fall 2021 course Living Things: Design and Biology in the Long Nineteenth Century.

To preview the DML Salon projects, please visit the following website: You will need to log in to your BGC Commons account for access.

Tuesday, April 26, 12–1:30 pm
38 West 86th Street, Lecture Hall / Zoom

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This event is open to BGC students, faculty, fellows, and staff only.

The event will be hybrid: held in the Lecture Hall and accessible via Zoom. A link will be circulated to registrants by 10 am on the day of the event. Light refreshments will be served.