Art & Art History
Voices: Susan Snodgrass
Gallery 400 Lecture Room
400 South Peoria Street
Chicago-based critic Susan Snodgrass lectures on contemporary art in Eastern Europe. Her recent publications include “The Dynamics of Re-envisioning the Contemporary Visual Arts in Hungary”in Hungary: A New Nation at the New Millennium, edited by Laszlo Kurti (Roman and Littlefield) and Reflections on a Journey to East Central Europe (Chicago Artists International Program).
Snodgrass has taught at DePaul University and Columbia College and is currently teaching in the department of art history, theory, and criticism at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is a corresponding editor of C Magazine and Art in America, and former editor of WhiteWalls: A Journal of Language and Art. She received a BA in journalism and political science from Indiana University and an MA in art history, theory, and criticism from School of the Art Institute of Chicago.