Keri Watson

Keri Watson


Keri Watson specializes in modern and contemporary art and the history of photography. She has published on topics including Patricia Cronin’s public sculpture, Eudora Welty’s photography, and Judy Chicago’s feminist pedagogy, as well as curated exhibitions on the photography of the civil rights movement, the history of immigration in Alabama, and the women’s art movement. Currently, she is researching the intersections of text, image, race, and disability in Depression-era photo-books, the applicability of serious games to the teaching of art history, and the construction of disability in sideshow banners and photographs. She is an assistant professor in the School of Visual Art and Design at the University of Central Florida.

All session by Keri Watson

Florida and the Entertainment Industry

1:00PM - 2:30PM
CEM - Mario

Hollywood East or Toronto South?

10:45AM - 12:15PM
CEM - Conference Room