Lost Voices [4 presentations +20 min Q&A]:
- Panstereoramas: The Colonial Touch, or The Power to Represent Comprehensively
- Presenter: Blagovesta Momchedjikova, New York University
- Shengjing Panorama: Re-crafting the Urban Ephemera of Colonial Shenyang in Historic Los Angeles
- Presenters: Weiling Deng and Jonathan Banfill, Champlain College, Burlington, Vermont; Ruby Carlson and Sara Velas, The Velaslavasay Panorama, Los Angeles, California
- Lost Authority, Found Voices: "New Red Order" and the Panorama of the Monumental Grandeur of the Mississippi Valley, c. 1850
- Presenter: Melissa Wolfe, St. Louis Art Museum, Missouri
- "In the pursuit of our present": Lisa Reihana's "in Pursuit of Venus [infected]"
- Presenter: Robin Skinner, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
This event is part of a series of sessions taking place during the 32nd Annual International Panorama Council Conference at the University of Iowa Museum of Natural History.
Day passes are available for local guests to participate in all conference sessions and presentations alongside IPC members from around the world on Thursday, Sept. 28 and Friday, Sept. 29, 2023.
To register for Session III, please see a full list of conference presentations and reserve your day pass for the corresponding date.
DISCLAIMER: Members of the IPC paid in advance for conference excursions and dinners. These events are closed to the public and are not included in your day pass registration.