History of Art and Architecture

Past Events

Wed
Oct
10
2018

Title IX Colloquium

“Preventing Sexual Misconduct: Understanding Your Responsibility”

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Wed
Oct
03
2018

Paulina Pardo Colloquium

“Lost Videocassettes and Reused Magnetic Tapes: An Early History of Brazilian Video Art”

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Sat
Sep
29
2018

Architecture Day

Please consider attending “Architecture Day” on Saturday, 29 September 2018, 10:00-3:00 pm,  at the Frick Fine Arts Building. A wide range of activities, including discussions, workshops, and guided building tours are available for free! 

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Wed
Sep
19
2018

Christopher J. Nygren Colloquium

"(Epi)Phenomenal Objects: Painted Stones In Early Modern Europe" 

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Thu
Sep
13
2018

HAA John Williams Memorial Lecture with Dr. Pamela A. Patton

“Skin and Servitude in Medieval Iberian Art”

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Sat
Apr
28
2018

Andy Warhol’s Business Art with Anthony E. Grudin, Alex J. Taylor, and Blake Gopnik

In conjunction with the exhibition Adman: Warhol Before Pop at The Andy Warhol Museum, Alex J. Taylor, assistant professor and academic curator at University of Pittsburgh, will present new research on Warhol’s now iconic canvases of Campbell’s Soup cans and his engagement in the 1960s with corporations.

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Fri
Apr
27
2018

Architectural Studies - 40th Anniversary Celebration

The Architectural Studies Program celebrates its 40th year with a symposium and dinner.

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Thu
Apr
12
2018

HAA Distinguished Alumna Lecture by Professor Izabel Galliera

“Self-Institutionalizing As Political Agency: Contemporary Art Practice in Bucharest & Budapest”

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Wed
Apr
11
2018

Not a Model Egyptologist: The Rickety Life and Times of Robert de Rustafjaell

Tom Hardwick (Houston Museum of Natural Science) presents a lecture and workshop on Egyptian objects from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History collection.

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Thu
Mar
29
2018

Botany Hall: Dioramas in Context. Panel discussion and launch of digital exhibition

Botany Hall: Dioramas in Context is a digital exhibition and collaborative research project co-created by Aisling Quigley, PhD Candidate in the School of Computing and Information, and Colleen O'Reilly, PhD Candidate in History of Art and Architecture.

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