Orange Alert

News

Amanda Eubanks Winkler portrait in front of bookcase

(April 20, 2021)

Amanda Eubanks Winkler Organizes Roundtable

Professor Amanda Eubanks Winkler was co-convener of a roundtable at the Renaissance Society of America, “Thinking Through Performance: The Pleasures and Pitfalls of Performance-Based Research.”

Sam Johnson

(April 19, 2021)

Professor Samuel Johnson Presents Virtual Lectures

Professor Sam Johnson recently gave a virtual lecture about the artist El Lissitzky, and presented a paper as part of a panel on “Collaborative Design.”

Theo Cateforis sitting at a table holding a book.

(April 15, 2021)

Professor Theo Cateforis Concludes Term as President of IASPM-US

Professor Theo Cateforis concludes his two year term this spring as the president of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music – US Branch (IASPM-US).

Romita Ray holding a book.

(April 14, 2021)

Romita Ray Gives Talks

Professor Romita Ray participated in a panel discussion hosted by Aicon Gallery, gave a lecture for the Everson Museum of Art, and presented in a celebration of Holi, for students in the School of Architecture.

Interior view of an art gallery

(April 5, 2021)

Art History Alum Kathleen Brousseau Narrates Virtual Visit

Kathleen Brousseau leads virtual tour of paintings in the Empire State Plaza Art Collection.

Exterior shot of the Syracuse University Art Museum

(March 31, 2021)

Diversity of SU Art Museum Collection Highlighted in Two Virtual Exhibitions Curated by Art History Graduate Students

The SU Art Museum has recently launched two virtual exhibitions during the Spring 2021 semester curated by M.A. candidates in art history: “As They Were: “Berenice Abbott’s Queer Parisian Portraiture, 1921- 1929” curated by Mary Bedell, and “Looking Back, Looking Forward: American Artists React to Twentieth-Century Modernism” curated by Kate Hill and Tyler Valera.

James Gordon Williams

(March 26, 2021)

James Gordon Williams Publishes New Book

Prof. Williams's new book "Crossing Bar Lines: The Politics and Practices of Black Musical Space" is now available (The University Press of Mississippi, 2021).

(March 11, 2021)

Prof. Glenn Peers publishes new book

Prof. Peers's new book "Animism, Materiality, and Museums: How Do Byzantine Things Feel?" is now available (Arc Humanities Press, 2021).