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(Dec. 8, 2020)

Professor Theo Cateforis quoted in NBC News article

Prof. Theo Cateforis comments in a NBC News piece on the blockbuster sale of Bob Dylan's entire songwriting catalog.

Maryanna Ramirez portrait

(Nov. 16, 2020)

Maryanna Ramirez (MA '09) appointed director of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Art History alum Maryanna Ramirez (MA '09) has been appointed director of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Portland State University.

Sascha Scott flyer

(Nov. 13, 2020)

Sascha Scott - "Waiting for Payment"

Prof. Scott's Zoom lecture is titled “’Waiting for Payment’: Velino Shije Herrera’s Department of the Interior Murals."

Natasha Bishop portrait

(Oct. 23, 2020)

Art History grad alum Natasha Bishop (M.A. '20) lands position at the Arnot Art Museum

Natasha Bishop (M.A. '20) has been hired as Associate Curator at the Arnot Art Museum in Elmira, NY.

George Fisk Comfort

(Oct. 15, 2020)

Art History graduate student Tiffany Miller (G '22) pens SU Libraries blog post about George Fisk Comfort

Tiffany Miller (G '22) publishes a blog post about George Fisk Comfort, after whom the art history graduate organization in our department is named.

ink box

(Oct. 14, 2020)

Art History alum Tammy Hong (B.A. '18) will present a virtual talk for the Washington Conservation Guild on November 5

Tammy Hong (B.A. '18) will present a FREE virtual talk for the Washington Conservation Guild titled, "Indian Ink? Chinese Ink Sticks (墨) Reinterpreted in Nineteenth-Century Britain" on November 5.

Painting of two African males.

(Oct. 7, 2020)

Prof. Wayne Franits to present a University of Arkansas Visiting Scholar Remote Lecture on October 8

Prof. Wayne Franits, Distinguished Professor of Art History, will present a virtual lecture titled, "Imaging Africans in the Dutch Republic" on Thursday, October 8 at 6:30 PM EST.

four photo montage

(Sept. 28, 2020)

Meaningful Experiences for Art History M.A. Students at Public and Private Museums

With support, in part, from the College of Arts and Sciences, four Main Campus art history graduate students gained invaluable experience at Syracuse and Washington, DC museums over summer ’20.