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March 4, 2019

Join us at our 36th annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium on March 8 & 9, 2019 in William Johnston Building room 2005. Keynote speaker Michele Bogart of Stony Brook University will present "Thinking Differently about Statues" on Friday, March 8 at 5:30 pm.

Paul Niell and Jennifer Baez Win Inaugural Thoma Foundation Travel Awards

Dr. Paul Niell and doctoral candidate Jennifer Baez are among six scholars chosen as the first ever to receive Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation travel awards. The mission of the Thoma Foundation is to support research that will make a significant contribution to the understanding of colonial Spanish American art and its history.

Spotlight on Alumna Melissa Gardner, Paintings Conservator at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston

Melissa Gardner (BA '06) describes the complex journey and rich rewards of a career in art conservation.

Rachel Carlisle Awarded Kress Language School Fellowship

Doctoral student Rachel Carlisle has been awarded a prestigious Kress Language School Fellowship to attend Middlebury Language School. Rachel will spend seven weeks in Vermont this summer completing Middlebury Language School’s immersion program as the 2019 Kress Fellow in German.

Talks and Tea Lecture Series: Friday Afternoons this Spring

This spring the Department of Art History hosts an alternating series of lectures (G40 WJB) and tea with the faculty (2020 WJB) on Friday afternoons. On Friday, March 29, Dr. Laura Lee will introduce the work of the Tokyo-based art collective known as teamLab, whose immersive, interactive environments have become a worldwide sensation.

Museum Object Exhibition Treasured Cloth: Women’s Art of Polynesia Opens April 4

This spring the undergraduate Museum Object class is curating Treasured Cloth: Women’s Art of Polynesia, an exhibition exploring the art, history, and culture of Polynesian textiles created by Samoan and Tongan women. You can help these students realize their vision by contributing to the project on their fundraising page.

Gabriela Germana invited to ARCO Madrid International Contemporary Art Fair

PhD candidate Gabriela Germana was invited to participate in a panel at the 38th annual ARCO Madrid International Contemporary Art Fair in Madrid this spring.

Amy Bowman-McElhone Curates Gesche Würfel Exhibition at Pensacola Museum of Art

Amy Bowman-McElhone curated an exhibition of Gesche Würfel's photography at the Pensacola Museum of Art, where she is the Director and Chief Curator. Doctoral candidate Stephanie Bender and alumna Krystle Stricklin contributed to the exhibition catalog.

Winbury Essay Award Winners

Congratulations to Annie Booth and Leah Sherman, who have been selected by their peers as the 2019 winners of the I. N. Winbury Award for graduate student research and writing.

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