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Thomas Morton - "What is Architecture?"

History of Art and Architecture faculty member Thomas Morton presents, "What is Architecture?" a Dietrich School "Flash Class."

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Terry Smith to Give Keynote Lecture at Global Museum Conference in Berlin September 30

Terry Smith to Give Keynote Lecture at Global Museum Conference

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Pitt Chat with Paul Scolari

Pitt Chat with Paul Scolari, former graduate student of Kirk Savage.

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ARTnews in Brief: Joslyn Art Museum Adds New Associate Curator of Native American Art

The Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska, has named Annika K. Johnson as its new associate curator of Native American art. Johnson starts in her position—a new one at the museum funded for four years by a Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant—on August 12.

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Fred Myers and Henry Skerritt Talk at Gagosian

To coincide with Desert Painters of Australia, Gagosian will present a conversation between Fred Myers and Henry Skerritt.

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CAA Announces David Raizman as Interim Executive Director

On Sunday, May 5, the Board of Directors of CAA voted to appoint David Raizman as the Interim Executive Director of the organization.

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'Walkshop' Explores Urban Campus Instruction

Tom Morton, lecturer of history of architecture and urbanism in the History of Art and Architecture department, and Tahirah Walker, manager of Teaching Support at the Teaching Center, developed and led a 'Walkshop' on April 2, 2019.

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2019 Friends of Frick Fine Arts Writing Awards

The History of Art and Architecture Department is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Friends of Frick Fine Arts Writing Awards.

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Teaching heroes: Morton adjusts course to the temperament of the class

Professor Thomas Morton is featured in the University Times.

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Jackie Lombard - Three Minute Thesis Runner-Up Recipient

Congratulations to Jackie Lombard for competing in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Pitt Competition on April 1, 2019.

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