Learn more by reading about Doug's academic trajectory and his interest in museum studies here! A Binghamton University News article was written about Doug's research and to promote the Binghamton University Art Museum's virtual presentations by student curators on April 23, 2020. Find that article here.
Two other student exhibitions were installed at the Binghamton University Art Museum for spring 2020 and are now moving online. Follow these links to see these exhibits:
Curated by Kaleigh Pitcher ’20, History and Political Science with faculty advisor Andrew Walkling, Professor of Art History.
Curated by Emily Mendelson ’20, Business Analytics and Eta Pastreich ’20, Anthropological Perspectives with faculty advisors Katherine Bouman, Associate Director of the Binghamton University Scholars Program and Tom McDonough, Associate Professor of Art History.
Click here to return to the first page of the Marvels of Materials exhibit!
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