Titian's Icons Awarded the 2022 Gordan Prize
Prof. Nygren's book Titian's Icons wins prize for Best Book In Renaissance Studies.
Ann and David Wilkins Teach Modern Art in Rome
David and Ann Wilkins are teaching Art, Architecture, Urban Planning, and Material Culture in Rome, Italy, in Spring 2022.
Sylvia Rhor Samaniego Moderates Discussion Between Authors of "American Workman: The Life and Art of John Kane"
Sylvia Rhor Samaniego moderates discussion on February 24th, 2022.
The Pitt News Highlights Museum Studies Major
A feature article in The Pitt News by culture editor Katelyn Kruszewski interviews students and professors about the Museum Studies program and the possibilities it offers.
Vishal Khandelwal Publishes Article in The Journal of Modern Craft
Vishal Khandelwal publishes an article titled Nelly Sethna and the Reception of Textiles between the United States and India in the November 2021 issue of The Journal of Modern Craft.
College Art Association Awards Terry Smith Distinguished Teaching of Art History Award
CAA announces the 2022 recipients of Awards for Distinction. Terry Smith is awarded the Distinguished Teaching of Art History Award.
College Art Association Features Terry Smith in Member Spotlight
The College Art Association features Terry Smith in its January 17th’s "Member Spotlight" column.
Barbara McCloskey Participates in Holocaust Educational Foundation Seminars
In December, Barbara McCloskey was an invited fellow of the Holocaust Education Foundation and will be serving as a seminar leader this summer.
UAG Director participates in #NotWhiteCollective's In Dialogue Series
UAG Director Sylvia Rhor will be a guest in the In-Dialogue series presented by the #notwhitecollective in partnership with City of Asylum on January 10th at 6pm.
Jennifer Josten Moderates Conversation at The Warhol
Jennifer Josten will moderate a conversation titled Art in Context: Expanding Art History at the Warhol on January 28, 2022.