Feb 21
Art Lofts Gallery
6:00 PM – 6:00 PM Terra Incognita Art Series

Sarah Stankey

The Traces and Trails of Camp

Anchored on Sarah’s MFA showing February 21st, this project will continue throughout the semester through various installations in Science Hall, The School of Education, Bradley Memorial and more. We invite you to the gallery opening of Camp, and to stay tuned for more spaces where you will see traces, trails, and remnants of this project.


Science Hall: 550 N. Park Street 2/26-3/16

Bradley Memorial: 1225 Linden Dr. 2/27-5/8

Education Building: 100 Bascom Mall 2/6-5/8

Sarah Stankey received her BFA in photography from the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design in 2013. She now lives and works in Madison, Wisconsin where she is an MFA candidate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her photographs have been exhibited in group shows regionally and nationally, including the Portrait Society Gallery in Milwaukee, the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan and Soho Photo Gallery in New York City. Sarah’s work has been published both online and in print including Art Photo Index, Lens Culture, Aint-Bad Magazine and F-Stop Magazine. Sarah also fills her time as an exhibitions editor and contributing writer for LENSCRATCH.

Terra Incognita's Spring 2018 series is created thanks to additional co-sponsors: The Holtz Center for Science & Technology Studies; UW-Madison Arts Institute; The Network @ Wisconsin Center for Education Research; The Center for Culture, History, and Environment. We are also indebted to programmatic and promotional support from the Art Department and the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies. 

Borghesi-Mellon Workshops

Madeline H. Caviness

Representations in the Middle Ages of Ethnic, Cultural and Physiological Difference, and Their Social Significance Then and Now
Emerita, Department of English, Tufts University
Oct 26
Hagen Room, Room 150, Department of Art History, Conrad A. Elvehjem Building
800 University Avenue
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Thinking Race: Migration, Representation, Appropriation in the Middle Ages and Beyond

Madeline H. Caviness

From Magdeburg to Charlottesville via Munich
Emerita, Department of English, Tufts University
Oct 26
Conrad Elvehjem Building, L150
800 University Avenue
4:00 PM Thinking Race: Migration, Representation, Appropriation in the Middle Ages and Beyond

Displaced Horizons

Multimedia Project
Oct 27
Gallery 7, 7th Floor Room 7240, George L. Mosse Humanities Building
455 North Park Street 
6:30 PM Terra Incognita Art Series