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St. Mary's University College
14500 Bannister Road Se
St. Mary's University College operates in the rich Catholic scholarly tradition of academic freedom, rigorous intellectual inquiry, respect for diversity of opinion and belief, and social responsibility. Students experience the breadth and depth of human ...
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Faculty of Fine Arts: The Story Starts Here. | University of Calgary Faculty of Fine Arts
Professor, Art History: Renaissance and Baroque Art
Winter 2015 Courses | Department of Art | University of Calgary
ART 605.39 - Critical Study and Research (Interactive Media)
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...Dr. David Bershad
Professor, Department of Art
History: Renaissance and Baroque Art
A dozen of scientists and David ...
A dozen of scientists and David Bershad, an art history professor at St. Mary's University College, agree.
David Bershad, an art history professor at St. Mary's University College
Dr. David Bershad, Adjunct Professor, Art History, St. Mary's University College
Dr. David Bershad
(November 28, 2011) - St. Mary's University College
welcomed over 180 guests to the second Speakers Series event of the 2011-2012 academic year.
The evening began with an invigorating presentation by Dr. David Bershad(left), Art History Professor at St. Mary's University College and the University of Calgary.
investigated the theme of Melancholy as it appears in the history of art, specifically concentrating on Albrecht Durer's engraving Melancholia.
Ald. Peter Demong light the tower
audience through 20 centuries of art in a visual odyssey which included an array of images from Rembrandt's Self-Portrait to scenes from the comic book Batman and the movie Frankenstein.
Following Dr. Bershad's
presentation, guests were welcomed outside to the water tower to witness history in the making at St. Mary's.
In celebration of Christmas, our historic water tower has been decorated with more than 8,000 Christmas lights.