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Kirsten Strom teaches Art History courses including Survey I and II, Surrealism, Art Since 1945, Asian Art, 19th-Century Art, and Capstone. She earned her graduate degrees from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Iowa. Though Surrealism has been the primary subject of her research, she has written articles on a range of topics including Dance Anthropology, postmodern themes in contemporary graphic design, and the implications of pastiche in the alternative music of the 1980s. In addition to her formal research, she also practices studio art, especially photography, and she writes stories, poems, and songs.
Ph.D., The University of Iowa
M.A., The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
B.A.,. History of Art and Architecture, University of Illinois at Chicago,
- ART 222 - Survey Of Art History II
- ART 380 - Animals In Art
- ART 399 - Independent Readings In Art
- ART 420 - Asian Art
- ART 495 - Issues In Art (Capstone)
- ART 421 - Surrealism
- LIB 310 - Creativity