GC Art History alumna Stephanie Wiles, class of 2001, is an expert in old master drawings and has served in museum leadership roles at several universities. Her dissertation surveyed the careers of British-born artists Thomas Charles Farrer, a Ruskin admirer and leader of the American Pre-Raphaelites, and his brother Henry Farrer. Continue reading “Alumni News: Stephanie Wiles Named Director of The Yale University Art Gallery”
See below for the list of courses offered for next fall! Continue reading “Fall 2018 Course Descriptions”
Save the dates for Super/Natural: Excess, Ecologies, and Art in the Americas, co-organized by Graduate Center Ph.D. candidates Danielle Stewart and Gillian Sneed, and Ph.D. student Horacio Ramos. Continue reading “April 19-20: Super/Natural: Excess, Ecologies, and Art in the Americas”
The CUNY Graduate Center art history program is currently offering several exciting fellowship opportunities for students at various levels of their graduate work! All are due Friday, March 16. See below for details. Continue reading “Fellowships Due March 16”
This week has been a banner week for fellowships in the Art History Program. Congratulations are due to the following: Continue reading “Student News: Congratulations to this Week’s 25 Fellowship Winners!”
From Wednesday, February 21 through Saturday, February 24, CAA will convene in Los Angeles for its 106th Annual Conference. We are proud of the numerous students, faculty, and alumni of the art history program at the CUNY Graduate Center who are coming to CAA this year as presenters, chairs, discussants, and organizers of affiliated programs! See below for a list of participants:
Continue reading “The CUNY Graduate Center at CAA 2018”
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.
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.
Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide
Deadline: Monday, January 15, 2018
The peer-reviewed open-access journal Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide (NCAW) is pleased to announce a new digital humanities publishing initiative supported by a grant from the Terra Foundation for American Art. The editors of NCAW are now accepting proposals for articles addressing art and visual culture of the Americas in the long nineteenth century, from the American Revolution to World War I. Continue reading “Call for Proposals: Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide”