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ArtsFest: Past Themes

ArtsFest is a weeklong gathering of writers, artists, thinkers and performers. This annual celebration showcases the creative and performing arts and talents of members of the DePauw and Greencastle communities and visiting artists.

2002 Art & Activism

Faculty Coordinator - Cleveland Johnson, professor emeritus of music

2003 Art & Politics

Faculty Coordinators - Ron Dye, associate professor of English and communication and theatre, and Eugene Gloria, associate professor of English

2004 Art & Technology

Faculty Coordinators - Peter Graham, associate professor of English, and Kaytie Johnson, former curator of exhibitions and University collections

2005 Art & Shakespeare

Faculty Coordinators - Tim Good, associate professor of communication and theatre, and Chris White, associate professor of English

2006 Art & the Silk Road

Faculty Coordinators - Marthe Chandler, professor emerita of philosophy, and Mac Mackenzie, associate professor of art and art history

2007 Art & the Environment

Faculty Coordinators - Cynthia O'Dell, associate professor of art and art history, and Greg Schwipps, associate professor of English

2008 Art & Borders

Faculty Coordinators - Linda Elman, associate professor of modern languages, and Alex Puga, assistant professor of modern languages

2009 Art & Power

Faculty Coordinators - Meryl Altman, professor of English and women's studies, and Gabriel Crouch, former assistant professor of music

2010 Art & the Green Castle

Faculty Coordinators - Meredith Brickell, assistant professor of art and art history, Joe Heithaus, professor of English, and Jay White, former assistant professor of music

2011 Art & Truth? 

Faculty Coordinator - Anne Harris, associate professor of art and art history 

2012 Art & the other

faculty coordinators - david gellman, associate professor of history, and anne harris, associate professor of art and art history

2013 ARt & the quest

faculty coordinators - rich martoglio, associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry, and misti shaw, music and performing arts librarian