(Postponed) HASA Symposium: Art and the Nature of Change

When and Where

Friday, March 13, 2020 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
Debates Room
Hart House
7 Hart House Circle, Toronto, ON M5S 3H3


At the recommendation of the Vice-President & Provost to cancel or postpone all discretionary events that are not required as part of courses and academic requirements, this year's HASA Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium has been postponed until further notice. Please visit HASA's website and social media pages for further updates and announcements regarding the event.

The History of Art Students' Association proudly presents its Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium! This year's theme is Art and the Nature of Change and it will feature a keynote speech by Dr. Mark Cheetham titled "Climate Change in Art History."

Eight undergraduate scholars will be presenting their essays on a wide variety of topics at the symposium: Melanie Crist, Kayla Friel, Eleni Pappas, Yuko Fedrau, Juniper Slieker, Veronika Korchagina, Evelyn Austin, and Antonia Anagnostopoulos. Each essay will be published in HASA's Annual Symposium Journal which will be available in hardcopy at this event.

The symposium will take place on Friday, March 13 from 10 am to 5 pm in the Hart House Debates Room. Light refreshments will be provided!

For more information and to see a full schedule of the event please check HASA's website and follow them on social media (@hasa.uoft) for up to date news and announcements.

If you have any specific questions about the event or need special accommodations do not hesitate to email HASA.


History of Art Students' Association, Hart House Art Committee, Department of Art History