Congrats to HAA graduate students winning external fellowships!
Our grad students have received many external fellowships for the upcoming summer and academic year!
HAA Team at Grad Expo 2017
A team of 4 HAA graduate students presented at the 17th Annual University of Pittsburgh Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences Grad Expo and made the list of outstanding presenters!
2017 Undergraduate Research Award Winners!
Congratulations to our Friends of Frick Fine Arts Undergraduate Research Award Winners!
Annual CAA Breakfast Reception
The History of Art and Architecture Department's annual CAA Breakfast Reception at the New York Hilton on Thursday, February 16 was a huge success!
Call for proposals: Consuming Nature workshop
A collection-based workshop for Pitt faculty and graduate students, presented as part of Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh. Applications due by February 24, 2017.
Curating Racial Storylines: University Prep and the Teenie Harris Archive
A collaboration between HAA, the Center for Urban Education, and the Carnegie Museum of Art, this project emerged from the Raceing the Museum workshop in May 2016 and has recently received a $5,000 grant for Pitt’s Year of Diversity.
Congratulations to our Friends of Frick Fine Arts Undergraduate Writing Award Winners
The History of Art and Architecture Department wishes to congratulate the winners of the 2016 Friends of Frick Fine Arts Undergraduate Writing Award
Congratulations to our Friends of Frick Fine Arts Undergraduate Research Award Winners
The History of Art and Architecture Department wishes to congratulate the winners of the 2016 Friends of Frick Fine Arts Undergraduate Research Award
Help our graduate editors publish Contemporaneity!!
Read more to learn about the Contemporaneity journal and how you can help...
Fall 2016 Course: 20th Century Russian Art!
HAA 1990 - 20th Century Russian Art, Between East and WestProf. Maydanchik - Visiting Asst. Prof, HAAThe interchange between art and politics has long been a focal point of Russian cultural production. This course will survey the dynamic relationship between aesthetic innovation and political transformation in Russia from 1860 to the present.