The Graduate Center Art History program has updated our list of fellowships in Art History and relevant affiliated fields. Students are encouraged to view this helpful resource here.
Congratulations are due to several fellowship winners this week. Continue reading “Student News: Fellowships Awarded to Gwen Shaw, Patryk Tomaszewski, and Gillian Sneed”
This evening, Dr. Emily Braun will give the annual Von Henneberg Lecture in Italian Art on Giuseppe Penone’s Eco-Poetics at Boston College.
On November 14, Dr. Anna Arabindan-Kesson of Princeton University will lecture on “Black Bodies, White Gold: Cotton and the Materiality of Race.”
We are saddened by the recent deaths of Linda Nochlin and Jacqueline Barnitz: groundbreaking art historians whose research, writing, and teaching made transformative contributions to the field. Both women leave behind powerful and progressive legacies on their respective areas and on the overall discipline of art history, which has benefited immeasurably from their scholarship on art by women and from the Global South.
Come meet with students and faculty to learn more about the Ph.D. Program in Art History at the Grad Center, for those who are planning to apply and specialize in modern and contemporary art (including Latin American modern art) Continue reading “Friday, Oct 27: Modern Art Open Day with the CUNY Graduate Center’s Art History Department”
Please join the The Center for the Humanities and the Yale Center for British Art Tuesday, October 24th for Casting the Curriculum: The Parthenon Marbles, Plaster Casts, and Public Sculpture, a day-long symposium on the legacy of the Parthenon and the production and reception of public sculpture. Speakers include GC Art History professors Rachel Kousser and Harriet Senie, Katherine Schwab, Ray Ring, Keith Wilson, Martina Droth, and Rebecca Wade. Continue reading “Tuesday Oct. 24: Casting the Curriculum: The Parthenon Marbles, Plaster Casts, and Public Sculpture”
Artistic and cultural exchange between California and Mexico has flourished since the time when California was part of the United States of Mexico. On view at the Laguna Art Museum from October 15, 2017 – January 14, 2018, California Mexicana highlights this vital aspect of the state’s history through a panorama of works by artists on both sides of the border, from scenes of mission and rancho life through images of romantic Old California, to the emergence of a cross-border modern art scene.
On October 24, Dr. Marnin Young of Yeshiva University will lecture on “Seurat and Space.”
Continue reading “Rewald Seminar: Marnin Young”