Auburn Aesthetics Forum
Street Art Mini-Conference - March 4, 2020
“From the Street to the Court: Rethinking Street Art,” a Mini-Conference at the Intersection of Philosophy, Art and Law
This is a mini-conference on questions related to street art, public art and art and law at the intersection of philosophy, art and law. The event is a collaboration between the philosophy department and the art department, and features the following speakers:
Esteban del Valle (Keynote), a mixed media artist and the 2020 Breeden Scholar, Auburn University - "Dogs would never bet on things"
Nicholas Riggle, Philosophy, University of San Diego - "Murals in the Aesthetic State"
Brian Soucek, Law, University of California Davis - "What Law Teaches Philosophy About Art. And Vice Versa"
Mary Beth Willard, Philosophy, Weber State University - "When Public Art Goes Bad"
Conference Location: Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities at Pebble Hill
Accommodations: Speakers and guests will be staying at the Auburn University Hotel and Conference Center.
For further information, contact: Keren Gorodeisky
Last Updated: February 28, 2020