Midwest Art History Society hosted their annual conference in Wichita last month, held on the WSU campus and at the Wichita Art Museum. It’s often a bit of a crap shoot of how well a panel of conference papers will fit together, but our panel on art in the Weimar Republic was one of the most cohesive in which I’ve participated. I was joined by really stellar (and new-to-me) colleagues from the University of Missouri and the Spencer Museum of Art. Lots of food for thought, good discussions, and great potential for future collaborations. And, during the lunch break, we had the chance to see the temporary sculptural installation by Tony Feher around the WSU campus.