The Digital Art History Society Interviews Dr. Alison Langmead
The Digital Art History Society interviewed Dr. Alison Langmead on her continued work with digital projects in the humanities.
Fellowship and Subvention Grants: New Foundation for Art History
The New Foundation for Art History (NFAH) is a non-profit organization that seeks to support budding and mid-career art historians by way of non-residential fellowships and publication subvention grants.
Galleria Borghese Publishes Christopher Nygren Essay
Christopher Nygren’s essay “From the Quarry to the Studio,” written for the catalog of the exhibition A Timeless Wonder: Painting on Stone, was published by the Galleria Borghese.
American Folk Art Museum Appoints Wyatt as Assistant Curator
Brooke Wyatt appointed as the Luce Assistant Curator at The American Folk Art Museum.
Diana Flato’s Exhibition of Print Media Featured in The Pitt News
The Pitt News features graduate student Diana Flato’s curatorial project Revolutionary Print Media of Latin America: Global South Solidarity, 1920-1970.
NPR Features Exhibitions at University Art Gallery
NPR 90.5 WESA features the University Art Galleries exhibitions Andrey Avinoff: Fantastic Visions and Greer Lankton: Science Fictions, both on view until December 9, 2022.
The Pitt News Features UAG Inuit Sculpture Program
The University Art Gallery’s Object Lesson on Inuit Sculpture is featured in the Pitt News story on the University’s Indigenous Cultural Festival.
New Book on Sue Fuller Features Alex Taylor Essay
An essay by Alex Taylor on the Pittsburgh-born artist Sue Fuller (1914-2006) is featured in a new book from London-based publisher Ridinghouse and gallery Luxembourg + Co.
Pittwire Interviews Thomas Morton on Cathedral of Learning
Pittwire interviews Thomas Morton for the article “Cathedral of Learning or Cathy? Explaining the debate over Pitt’s most iconic building."
Museum Studies Student Mati Castillo Featured in Pittwire
Museum Studies undergraduate spoke with Pittwire about her experience this summer excavating Maya sites with the Belize Valley Archeological Reconnaissance Project.