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black and white historical photo of suffrage protests

(Sept. 17, 2020)

Inspiring Alums: Haley Knapp (B.A. '18)

Haley Knapp is the creative producer for SNF Parkway Virtual Theatre's RALLY FOR VOTES Virtual Demo and Q&A.

Mexican Art

(Sept. 16, 2020)

Art history alumna Maryanna Ramirez (MA ’09) co-curates Mexican Art exhibition

At 5pm (EDT) on Wednesday, September 16, the Frost Art Museum invites art lovers to join them for an online conversation with Maryanna Ramirez and Amy Galpin, Chief Curator, and the artists of Otros Lados: Itzel Basualdo, Hugo Crosthwaite, and Judithe Hernández.

Alum Hahn

(Sept. 1, 2020)

Inspiring Alums: Dr. Monica Anke Hahn (M.A. '95)

Dr. Monica Anke Hahn teaches art history at the Community College of Philadelphia and Temple University.

Mustache Teacup

(Sept. 1, 2020)

AMH Professor Reflects on Victorian Era Mustache Teacup

Romita Ray featured in one of India's premium business news publications.

Jane Evans portrait

(Aug. 20, 2020)

Art History alum Jane Evans Celeste (M.A. 2012) awarded PhD from Rice University

AMH art history alum Jane Evans Celeste (M.A. 2012) received her PhD degree in art history from Rice University this past May, and also received a Travel Award from the Historians of British Art.

(July 14, 2020)

Former Visiting Fulbright Scholars Share Updates

During the respective academic years 2017-2018 and 2018-2019, the Department of Art and Music and Music Histories welcomed visiting Fulbright Scholars Dalibor Prančević and Ingeborg Zechner to Syracuse University.

Natasha Bishop Profile Photo

(July 11, 2020)

Check out Natasha Bishop (M.A. '20) on pulp fiction covers

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!

Opening frame for Youtube video from SU's Art Museum

(July 10, 2020)

Exhibition Spotlight: A Terrible and Exciting Age

Join Prof. Sascha Scott and art history grads for an online presentation about photographer W. Eugene Smith.