Sylvia Rhor Samaniego Interviewed on Black Lives in Focus Initiative
Black Lives in Focus initiative celebrate Black lives through exhibitions, student and community engagement, and more.
Sylvia Rhor Samaniego Co-Curates Exhibit at the Mattress Factory
Centered on themes of community conversation and equity in the arts, "making home here" will feature the work of local artists.
Kirk Savage Elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
Kirk Savage has been elected to join other scholars, artists, and leaders who contribute to the creation of a better world.
In Memory of Distinguished Professor Emeritus Franklin Toker
Dr. Toker passed away on April 19, 2021 after serving for more than forty years in the academic community.
Drew Armstrong Presents A Damming History at CMNH
Drew Armstrong discusses the impact of dams in “A Damming History: Cultural and Ecological Consequences in Egypt and Pittsburgh."
Christopher Nygren Awarded Samuel H. Kress Senior Fellowship
Christopher Nygren will be in residence at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery in Washington, DC (2021–22).
First-Year Programs Offers ‘In the Museum’ Academic Community
For the second year, HAA is contributing to an Academic Community titled ‘In the Museum.’
Jennifer Josten Investigates Artists' Research Practices
Jennifer Josten joins a panel of researches at the Frost Art Museum FIU to discuss contemporary art of Latin America in relation to current exhibition.
Other Voices, Other Walls
Sylvia Rhor Samaniego joins panelists in a conversation on the role of murals as transnational forms of communication to encourage awareness on the interconnectedness between art, places, and ecology.
Jessica Landau to Keynote Tufts Graduate Art History Symposium
Jessica Landau will deliver a keynote presentation at the Tufts University History of Art and Architecture graduate symposium "The Elephant in the Room: An Examination of Animals in Art."