Revisiting Forbes Field: Photographic Exhibition Shows Pittsburgh’s Sporting Past
University Art Gallery Curator Isabelle Chartier assists in the creation of a permanent exhibition of 30 black-and-white photographs, portraying scenes and memories of the great Forbes Field, where the neighborhood ballpark once stood - Posvar Hall’s ground-floor corridor.
Shengyu Wang published in the Pitt News!
Congratulations to HAA major Shengyu Wang having her article "Art Labor: It's a Hard-Knock Life" published in the Pitt News!
Carrie Weaver in Pittsburgh Post Gazette!
Last week, Dr. Carrie Weaver’s research was prominently featured in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.
Julia Warren wins the 2014 Ossip Prize
Congratulations to Julia Warren (Arch. Studies 2014) for winning First Prize in Independent Scholarly Writing for the 2014 Ossip Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Writing.
Matthew Roper’s death on October 30, 2014, came as a shock to many of us, even though his long-standing health problems were well known.
HAA Awarded $1 Million Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grant!
We are delighted to announce our successful application for a 1 million dollar grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Fall 2014-Spring 2015 Alumni News
See what our accomplished alumni have been up to post-HAA.
Spring 2015 Graduate Student News
With trips to the CAA Conference, California, Amsterdam, Taiwan, and more, and new grants to support even more summer travel, the graduate students are having quite the stand out year.
Spring 2015 Undergraduate News
Our undergraduate students have been particularly busy this year, engaging in exciting travel opportunities, independent research projects, teaching and research assistantships, designing and participating in service-learning programs, developing gallery exhibitions and serving in local arts organizations.
Spring 2015 Gallery News
Lead by Professor Terry Smith with the assistance of UAG curator Isabelle Chartier, eighteen undergraduate students and two undergraduate Teaching Assistants worked on documenting the original exhibition, but also augmented it to the power of 3.