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HAA Statement: Black Lives Matter
SHC Online Lecture: The Practical Kunstkammer: Prudence, Techne, and the Demise of Wonder, Mark A. Meadow
History of Art & Architecture Study Abroad Presentation
Columbia Undergraduate Journal of Art History CFP Winter 2020
Art Visiting Artist Colloquium Fall 2020
Congratulations to Our HAA 2020 Graduates
IHC Events: On Collecting and Hoarding


"Hacking the Pandemic: Hackerspaces and Makerspaces Respond to the COVID-19 Crisis" discusses hackerspaces and their readiness to fill the "void left by gutted public programs."

The fellowship will support research and writing for his dissertation, "'Living on the Edge': Ceramics and the Environment in the American West, 1961-2000."

The essay, "PInk Note-The Novelette," discusses the work with that title, which was included in the exhibition Whistler in Watercolor.

Upcoming Events

Come and hear about your options from the experts about studying art history abroad, or in Washington D.C.

Zoom; register in Shoreline

  1. November 6, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:15pm


Rembrandt van Rijn, “Beggars Receiving Alms at the Door of a House,” 1648, etching, engraving, and drypoint (image: Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington)

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