HAA Major Investigates Pitt's Mystery Sculpture
Inspired by an assignment in an HAA course, Grace Kelly investigates the mysterious sculpture between Posvar Hall and Hillman Library.
Alison Langmead Colloquium
"Digital Humanity: Thoughts on an Introductory Course to the Digital within the Humanities"
Constellations: Agency, Visual Knowledge, Contemporaneity
University Art Gallery Exhibition Opening
MARTIN CREED: more and less
Fall 2013 Visual Media Workshop News
Now in its third year, the Visual Media Workshop continues to move forward quickly with its mission to facilitate innovative multimodal research
Carrie Weaver Colloquium
"Suppressing and Invoking the Dead: Necrophobia and Necromancy in Greek Sicily"
Kirk Savage Friends of Frick Fine Arts Lecture
“The Unknowable Dead: The Civil War and the Origins of Modern Commemoration”
Gülru Çakmak Colloquium
"Nineteenth-Century Technologies of Vision and the Panoramic Studium: The Case of Jean-Léon Gérôme"
Henry Skerritt Colloquium
Is Art History Any Use to Aboriginal Artists? Art Historical Reflexivity and the Politics of Representation in Gabriel Maralngurra’s “Contact Paintings”
Undergraduate Research Summer 2013
The department is eager to congratulate our undergraduate majors Lauren Burgess, Robert Bush, Anna Moyer, Karen Lue, Grace Meloy, Troy Novak, and Julia Warren who secured fellowships and awards to conduct independent research in the summer of 2013.
Isabelle Chartier and Rikke Foulke Colloquium
“Conservation of the University Art Gallery Collection”