Andrea Lepage Associate Professor of Art History

Andrea Lepage

Wilson 3014
540.458.8305
lepagea@wlu.edu

Education

Brown University
May 2008 - Ph.D. in History of Art and Architecture
Dissertation title: "The Arts of the Franciscan Colegio de San Andrés in Quito: A Process of Cultural Reformation"

May 2001 - M.A. in History of Art and Architecture
Qualifying Paper: "Myth of South American Liberator, Simón Bolívar"

Clark University
May 1998 - B.A. cum laude, with highest honors in Art History
Honors Thesis: "Colonial Hybrid Art and Architecture of the Americas"

Research

Visual art that investigate themes of memory, forgetting, and loss in relation to Mexican American and Latina/o history and culture; muralism; the politics of race in art; racialized violence in art history; the objects of cultural memory; and decolonizing museums and galleries.

Teaching

  • Contemporary Chicana/o and U.S. Latina/o art
  • Modern Latin American art
  • Colonial Latin American art
  • Arts of Mesoamerica and the Andes
  • Early Modern European art (Italian, Spanish, Dutch)

 

Selected Publications

Selected Articles and Chapters:

Selected Museum/Gallery Essays:

 

Projects with W&L Students

W&L Quick Hits: Installing Adriana Corral’s “Untitled (Rio Vista Farm blueprint)”

W&L Quick Hits: Installing Adriana Corral's "Untitled (Rio Vista Farm blueprint)"

from Washington and Lee News on Vimeo.

 

Eagle’s Nest Clubhouse and W&L Collaborate For Community Mural (Documentary):

Eagle's Nest Clubhouse and W&L Collaborate For Community Mural

from Washington and Lee News on Vimeo.

 

Community Muralism at the Eagle’s Nest: A Time-lapse:

Community Muralism at the Eagle's Nest: A Time-lapse

from Washington and Lee News on Vimeo.