History of Art and Architecture

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Call for proposals: Making Advances workshop

A collection-based workshop for Pitt faculty and graduate students, presented as part of Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh. Applications due by February 23, 2018.

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New Bachelor of Science in Architecture Degree Offered by the Architectural Studies Program

At the beginning of the 2017-18 academic year, the University of Pittsburgh approved a new Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree.

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HAA Students at "Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (Los Angeles/Latin America)"

HAA students traveled to Los Angeles to participate in programming related to the Getty-led initiative "Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (Los Angeles/Latin America)" with Professor Jennifer Josten.

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Position Available: Curator, University Art Gallery

The Department of History of Art and Architecture at the University of Pittsburgh seeks to hire a Curator for the University Art Gallery.

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Field Trip to the Cleveland Musuem of Art

On November 11, 2017, faculty members from HAA, Classics, and Religious Studies organized a bus trip for 47 students to the Cleveland Museum of Art.

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Rediscovering a Local Champion of Hand-Crafted Art

Undergraduate students Cyd Johnson and Kendall Dunn made a trip to Verona to visit the early locations of The Store as part of their research on Betty Raphael.

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FFA Undergraduate Research Awards

Congratulations to our Friends of Frick Fine Arts Undergraduate Research Award Winners!

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Frank Toker named Distinguished Professor of Art History, Architecture and Archeology

We are very pleased to announce that Frank Toker has been named Distinguished Professor of Art History, Architecture and Archeology!

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Smog meringues at the GASP Air Fair

Consuming Nature participant serves pollution at local community event.

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National press interviews Kirk Savage on confederate monuments

Since last events in Charlottesville, major news outlets have sought the expertise of Professor Kirk Savage on the history of civil war statues and removal of Confederate monuments. 

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