Please join us for the conference: Revolution in the Margins, 1917-2017: Modern and Contemporary Art from Eastern, Central, and South Eastern Europe. Continue reading “Tomorrow: Revolution in the Margins, 1917-2017: Modern and Contemporary Art from Eastern, Central, and South Eastern Europe.”
On October 17, Dr. Craig Buckley of Yale University will lecture on “Graphic Assembly: Montage, Media, and Experimental Architecture in the 1960s.” Continue reading “Rewald Seminar: Craig Buckley”
Come meet with students and faculty to learn more about the Ph.D. Program in Art History, for those who are planning to apply and specialize in Ancient/Medieval/Early-Modern/19th Century and Non-Western art.
On October 10, Dr. Tara Zanardi of Hunter College will lecture on “Bedroom Politics and Rococo Ambition: Isabel de Farnesio, Lacquer, and the Modern Interior.” Continue reading “Rewald Seminar: Tara Zanardi”
Kristen Racaniello–a doctoral student in medieval art history at the CUNY Graduate Center, independent curator, and Gund Curatorial Fellow at Hunter College–has organized two exhibitions opening this evening, October 4th!
Congratulations GC Art History doctoral candidate Allison Rudnick, who contributed to the exhibition World War I and the Visual Arts, on view at the Met through January. An Assistant Curator at the Met, Allison manages the Study Room for Drawings and Prints and oversees the ephemera collection. Continue reading “Allison Rudnick contributes to “World War I and the Visual Arts” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art”
Congratulations to Michelle Millar Fisher, who, along with Senior Curator Paola Antonelli, organized the exhibition “Items: Is Fashion Modern?” at the Museum of Modern Art, opening October 1. Fisher is a doctoral candidate in Art History at the CUNY Graduate Center and a Curatorial Assistant in MoMA’s Architecture + Design department.
Listen to Harriet Senie, professor at Contemporary American Art and the Graduate Center and City College, on WNYC’s Brian Lehrer Show discussing New York City’s vow to take a closer look at “symbols of hate on city property.” Dr. Senie is also a member of the Mayoral Advisory Commission on City Art, Monuments and Markers. Continue reading “Dr. Harriet Senie on WNYC’s Brian Lehrer Show: Should NYC’s ‘Symbols of Hate’ be Reconsidered?”
Gwen Shaw, Art History doctoral candidate and Contributing Writer for Visible Pedagogy, on experiential learning and how Graduate Center instructors can integrate site visits into their teaching: Continue reading “Gwen Shaw: In Praise of Experiential Learning”