HAA Awarded $1 Million Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grant!

We are delighted to announce our successful application for a 1 million dollar grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation: (see University press release).  For the next four years, these funds will support our plan to establish a Pittsburgh Constellations Consortium.  Mellon assistance will allow us to solidify relationships between the Department of History of Art and Architecture and the extraordinarily rich cultural institutions that surround us in the city of Pittsburgh, including the Carnegie Museums, the Frick Art and Historical Center, the Heinz History Center and other local museums, galleries, archives, and libraries.  Read more.

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Events

Fri
Sep
30
2016

"Operating Identity" a symposium organized by graduate students in History of Art and Architecture

Wed
Oct
05
2016

“‘Intending toward one another’ -- Thoughts on the Necessity for and Method of Teaching World Art”

Fri
Oct
07
2016

Organised by Liverpool Biennial and Aarhus
University, in partnership with Liverpool John Moores University's Exhibition
Research Lab and International Curators Forum (ICF). Terry Smith will be present among the participants.

Read more to learn about the Contemporaneity journal and how you can help...

HAA 1990 - 20th Century Russian Art, Between East and West
Prof. Maydanchik - Visiting Asst. Prof, HAA

The 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.

The History of Art and Architecture Department wishes to congratulate
the winners of the 2016 Friends of Frick Fine Arts Undergraduate Writing Award