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Brooke Wyatt Curates Exhibition at American Folk Art Museum

Luce Assistant Curator Brooke Wyatt curates Material Witness: Folk and Self-Taught Artists at Work, which will open at the American Folk Art Museum March 17-October 29, 2023. 

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Paulina Pardo Gaviria Receives National Endowment for the Humanities Award

Pardo Gaviria (PhD 2020) received a National Endowment for the Humanities Award for Faculty to conduct curatorial research for her exhibition Latin American Women in Art and Science during summer 2023.

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Brooke Wyatt to Present at Stanford Symposium

Graduate student Brooke Wyatt will present an aspect of her dissertation research at the upcoming virtual symposium "Unexpected Partners: Self-Taught Art and Modernism in Interwar America."

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Terry Smith Presents at the University of Melbourne

Dr. Terry Smith presented at Artists' colonies in the world / The world in artists' colonies, a three day conference at the University of Melbourne.

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Kylie Seltzer Awarded Postdoctoral Fellowship for Civic Engagement

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill has awarded Kylie Seltzer (Ph.D. 2020) the Zietlow Postdoctoral Fellowship for Civic Engagement, sponsored by UNC-Chapel Hill and Carolina Public Humanities. 

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Diana Flatto Interviews Argentine-born Contemporary Artist Alejandro Corujeira

PhD candidate Diana Flatto participates in an Art Talk on January 11th with artist Alejandro Corujeira for Hutchinson Modern & Contemporary, New York.

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Berkeley Art Museum Video of Alex Taylor Lecture on Alexander Calder

Watch a video of Alex Taylor's lecture at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive in Fall 2022.

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Met Museum Journal Publishes Article by Melissa Eppihimer

Eppihimer's research brings to light new evidence regarding the origins of a royal copper head in The Met's collection.

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Saskia Beranek Presents at Museum Het Prinsenhof, Netherlands

Saskia Beranek was invited to speak on her research at the first-ever exhibition devoted to Dutch patron, Amalia van Solms.

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Andrea Maxwell Wins Award and Presents at Renaissance Society of America

Andrea Maxwell wins registration award and presents her paper, “Lorenzo Lotto and the (Im)Permissibility of Divine Images” at the Renaissance Society of America Conference.

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