History of Art and Architecture

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Teaching heroes: Morton adjusts course to the temperament of the class

Professor Thomas Morton is featured in the University Times.

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Jackie Lombard - Three Minute Thesis Runner-Up Recipient

Congratulations to Jackie Lombard for competing in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Pitt Competition on April 1, 2019.

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Call for Applications - Hot Metal Bridge Post-Baccalaureate Program

The History of Art and Architecture Department at the University of Pittsburgh welcomes Hot Metal Bridge students interested in pursuing a wide variety of educational paths and careers, including museum work, arts and cultural management, and university teaching and research.

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Terry Smith - Speaker at the Australian Aboriginal Art Beyond Dreamings Symposium

The 1988 exhibition "Dreamings: The Art of Aboriginal Australia" at the Asia Society Galleries in New York catapulted Aboriginal art onto the worldstage.

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Call for applications: Work Forces workshop

A collection-based workshop for Pitt faculty and graduate students, presented as part of Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh. Applications due by February 25, 2019.

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"Dig Where You Stand" - Featured in The New York Times

The New York Times featured "Dig Where You Stand," and mentions the Department's graduate student contributions to the exhibit. 

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Marina Tyquiengco - Published in Issue 7.2 of Lateral Journal

Graduate student Marina Tyquiengco's article "Indigenous Cosmopolitanism: The Alaska Native Heritage Center" was published in Issue 7.2 of Lateral Journal. 

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Volume 7 of Contemporaneity Published

Volume 7 of Contemporaneity, "Presenting Race: Institutional Contexts and Critiques," was published on October 31, 2018.

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Postponed - PJ Zimmerlink Exhibition

"PJ Zimmerlink: Take Cover," originally scheduled to open later this week in the University Art Gallery (UAG) at the University of Pittsburgh, has been postponed until a future date.

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Kylie R.J. Seltzter - Winner of the 2018 Carter Manny Award for Writing

We are pleased to announce Kylie R.J. Seltzer is the winner of the 2018 Carter Manny Award for writing for her dissertation Housing Identities: Displaying Race and Environment in Paris, 1870–1892.

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