Natasha Bishop (M.A. '20) wrote about interpretive difficulties when describing pulp fiction covers in "Accessibility and Discoverability: Describing Street & Smith Cover Art," posted at the Special Collections Research Center's blog. Go check it out!
Join Prof. Sascha Scott and art history grads for an online presentation about photographer W. Eugene Smith.
Professor Amanda Eubanks Winkler's new book is published by Cambridge University Press.
Sascha Scott weighs in on the National Gallery of Art’s first major painting by a Native American artist.
Julia Jessen, Mónica Quiñones-Rivera and Natasha Bishop were recognized as recipients of several prestigious graduate awards by the Graduate School and the Department of Art & Music Histories during May graduation ceremonies.
Prof. Johnson's CUSE grant will support his project "Digital Forensics of 'Paper Architecture'."
Professor Glenn Peers will be in residence at The Clark Institute, Williamstown, MA
Students update Indigenous artists’ Wikipedia entries.