Sven Dupré (Utrecht University)
Keynote Speaker: Vashti DuBois, Founder and Executive Director, The Colored Girls Museum
Flying A Studios, University Center (UCen)
Funk-Flowers-Vertigo: Sensing the Past in Roman Anatolia
Felipe Rojas (Brown University)
Come learn what it takes to apply to a Masters in Architecture program in order to pursue a career as a licensed architect.
Mapping Urban Materiality Symposium
Deadline extended to Tuesday, May 29 for fellowship support to students interested in pursuing advanced research in art and architectural history.
The Fellow will work with the Milwaukee Art Museum’s significant holdings of objects by members of the Ashcan School and The Eight for a forthcoming catalogue and exhibition.
The two-year fellowship provides training and research with the museum's permanent collection and related projects.
Fellowship is intended to support students interested in pursuing advanced research in art and architectural history.
The fellowship will support research and writing for her dissertation, “Reinventing Work: Modernist Wood and Skilled Trade, 1940-1970.”
Fellowship will support continuing research for his dissertation, "Knowing Your Place and Making Do: Radical Art Activism in Black and Latino Los Angeles, 1968 to Present."
Through this newly-created Assistant Curator position, she can expand the Cantor's American art offerings.
The 2018 UCSB Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon brought together eight participants from various departments to improve the coverage of cis and trans women artists on Wikipedia.
Makayla Rawlins (History of Art & Architecture, ’19) is spending their summer at the Smithsonian Institution in America’s Capitol.
Her paper, “Transformed and Reinterpreted: Boulle Revisited, 1775-1850,” explored what it meant when century-old works were later repurposed and seeks to complicate the recontextualization of Boulle furniture.