Posting Date: October 18, 2010

KSU hosts free lecture on the future of arts criticism

By Andrea C. Kirwan

Pierre Ruhe
Cynthia Bond Perry
Catherine Fox

On October 20 at 3:30 p.m. in Howard Logan Stillwell Theater, Kennesaw State University will host a free lecture on the future of arts criticism. The free event will feature Atlanta arts critic Catherine Fox, former art and architecture critic at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution for 27 years; Cynthia Bond Perry, KSU instructor of dance and a professional dancer whose writings have been featured in Dance Magazine and The Atlanta Journal- Constitution; and Pierre Ruhe, who has worked as a classical music critic for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Washington Post and London’s Financial Times. All three write for, which Ruhe and Fox co-founded.


According to Associate Professor Ivan Pulinkala who has organized the event, “I think this panel will serve as an important pedagogical experience for our students in the College of the Arts. It is important for our students to hear from professionals in the field about the process of arts criticism, its future and its challenges.”

All College of the Arts students and faculty members are encouraged to attend the lecture. Pulinkala explains, “Three Atlanta arts critics are going to be talking about their critical review process, and discussing how students who are interested in arts criticism can develop opportunities to practice their skills.


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