UAG Student Advisory Council - Call for Applications
The University Art Gallery (UAG) is assembling its first student advisory council! This paid opportunity is open to undergraduate students at the University of Pittsburgh. Apply by the November 15 deadline.
Pitt Alum Janet Marstine Explores Curatorial Censorship in New Book
"Curating Under Pressure: International Perspectives on Negotiating Conflict and Upholding Integrity," now available for Routledge, is co-edited by Department of History of Art and Architecture alum and supporter Janet Marstine.
Graduate Admissions in Academic Year 2020-21
In response to the disruptions caused by the global pandemic, the Department of History of Art and Architecture is pausing admissions for fall 2021.
HAA Graduate Student Organization Announces 2020–21 Committee
The History of Art and Architecture Graduate Student Organization (GSO) has announced its committee members for the coming year.
Pitt undergraduate receives MA from Courtauld Institute
Imani Williford (History of Art and Architecture, 2018) has graduated with an MA in the History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London.
PhD Student and Alum Awarded Terra Foundation for American Art Research Travel Grants in 2020
Twenty-four scholars have been awarded Terra Foundation for American Art Research Travel Grants in 2020, including Katie Loney (PhD student) and Jessica Gogan (PhD '16).
4 HAA PhD Students Receive Humanities Engage Curriculum Development Opportunity Funding
Half the awardees for the Humanities Engage Curricular Development Opportunity Funding are HAA Grads!
The Center for Curatorial Leadership's (CCL) Seventh Annual Class includes HAA Graduate Student Emily Mazzola
HAA Grad Student Announced as Class Member of CCL/Mellon Foundation in Curatorial Practice
Postdoctoral Fellow Richard Hylton Publishes Important New Article
Postdoctoral Fellow Richard Hylton publishes important new article, "The Art of Social Distance in the Era of #BlackLivesMatter"
Statement by Sylvia Rhor, Director of the University Art Gallery
When the University Art Gallery (UAG) was founded decades ago, it followed the colonial model of so many other museums and galleries, a model premised on Eurocentrism — a polite term for white supremacy.