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.
Siddhartha Das Undergraduate Workshop
Siddhartha Das, museum consultant and exhibition designer, based in New Delhi, India visited Pitt between March 17-18, 2016 and led a great undergraduate workshop for our students!
Undergrad Max Stefan Poost receives 2016 G. Alec Stewart Student Achievement Award!
Congratulations to Max Stefan Poost (Arch Studies and Ecology, 2017)! He is a recipient of a 2016 G. Alec Stewart Student Achievement Award from the University Honors College.
Constellations Consortium Featured in December Snapshot
"New Pittsburgh Constellations Consortium Shines Light on History of Art and Architecture"
Professor Erin Peters Featured in Carnegie Magazine
"Changing the Conversation"Collaboration across the museums and the community is shaping the future of Carnegie Museums.By: Julie Hannon
Black artists reclaim museum space
The Pitt News, the daily student newspaper of the Univeristy of Pittsburgh, published an article on the recent exhibit opening put together by the Museum Studies Seminar. Click "read more" for the full article.
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.