The Pitt News Features Hurricane Relief Art Exhibition
Three Pitt undergraduates, including History of Art and Architecture major Irene Sofía Castillo Maldonado, organized an art exhibition in the Frick Fine Arts Cloister to fundraise for Hurricane Fiona relief in Puerto Rico.
Pittwire Showcases Exhibitions at University Art Gallery
Pittwire featured the University Art Gallery’s two fall exhibitions, Andrey Avinoff: Fantastic Visions and Greer Lankton: Science Fictions, interviewing student curators and exhibition viewers.
"Manuscript Studies" journal publishes article by Sarah Bromberg
HAA Alum (Sarah Bromberg, Ph.D, 2013) published an article on the relationship between Jewish and Christian art and exegesis.
Marisol Villela Balderrama Presents at ISLAA
Graduate student Marisol Villela Balderrama presented her dissertation project at the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) forum.
Paula Kupfer Contributes to Humanities Center Colloquium
On Thursday, November 3, 2022, graduate student Paula Kupfer participated in the Humanities Center colloquium, “The Fragment: Broken, Loose, and Out of Control,” as a respondent with Studio Arts professor and Humanities Center faculty fellow Barbara Weissberger.
CMU Podcast Interviews Rebecca Giordano
The CMU Podcast, Cut Pathways, has released an episode that includes interviews with HAA graduate student Rebecca Giordano and Women of Visions President Christine Bethea about the legacies of the Selma Burke Arts Center in East Liberty.
Robert Bailey Speaks at University of Colorado Boulder
Robert Bailey (PhD 2012) presented an artist talk regarding his collaborative installation with photographer Todd Stewart titled In Progress.
HAA Faculty and Graduate Students Present at SECAC
Four members of the HAA community, Gretchen Bender, Andrea Maxwell, Isaiah Bertagnolli, and Rebecca Lowery, are presenting research at this year’s SECAC annual conference in Baltimore.
Emi Finkelstein Publishes Article in Hey Alma
Graduate student Emi Finkelstein has published an article about her experience with food and being an American Jew living in Berlin for the feminist Jewish culture website Hey Alma.
Cecilia Muzika-Minteer Contributes to Dynamic Usonia Volume
Graduate student Muzika-Minteer published a book chapter titled “Dynamic Usonia: The Evolution of Wrightian Organic Principles for Community Sustainability” in the edited volume Re-Imagining Resilient Productive Landscapes: Perspectives from Planning History.