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(June 3, 2020)

Prof. Sam Johnson awarded CUSE grant

Prof. Johnson's CUSE grant will support his project "Digital Forensics of 'Paper Architecture'."

Glenn Peers on top of a mountain with crops in the distance.

(May 12, 2020)

Professor Glenn Peers will be in residence at The Clark Institute, Williamstown, MA

Professor Glenn Peers will be in residence at The Clark Institute, Williamstown, MA

Kiakshuk

(May 8, 2020)

Ensuring Accuracy Online

Students update Indigenous artists’ Wikipedia entries.

Sphia Jactel portrait

(May 7, 2020)

Art History major Sophia Jactel (B.A. ’20) wins the Sidney Thomas Prize

Sophia Jactel wins the Sidney Thomas Prize for best art history paper written by an undergraduate student.

Elisabeth Genter lecturing in front of a painting in a museum.

(May 5, 2020)

Elisabeth Genter to Pursue Ph.D. at University of Rochester

Elisabeth Genter, an M.A. student in art history, has accepted admission into the Visual and Cultural Studies Program at the University of Rochester, where she will work toward a doctoral degree in art history beginning this fall.

Gabrielle Sanft portrait

(April 29, 2020)

Music History and Cultures major Gabrielle Sanft (B.A. ’20) wins the Abraham Veinus Prize

Gabrielle Sanft wins the Abraham Veinus Prize for best undergraduate student paper in Music History and Cultures.

Mackenzie Allen portrait

(April 27, 2020)

Art History minor Mackenzie Allen (B.A. '20) admitted to MA program at Sotheby's Institute of Art

Art History minor Mackenzie Allen will study in the MA program at the Sotheby's Institute of Art in New York City.

Found objects in cast hands.

(April 23, 2020)

Art History and Studio Arts Collaborative Project Awarded Creative Opportunity Grant

This spring semester, a Creative Opportunity Grant (COG) was awarded by the School of Art for a joint publication project spearheaded by Natasha Bishop, an M.A. candidate in art history and co-chair of the George Fisk Comfort Society and Brett Morgan, an M.F.A. candidate and co-curator at the Random Access Gallery.