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Teaching the Anthropocene: Student Responses to We are Nature

Author: Kaitlyn Haynal Allen

PhD candidate in Comunication and Consuming Nature workshop participant

Categories: 
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh
 

Becoming Migrant... what moves you?

Author: Edith Doron

Nexus Senior Program Manager, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

“If it is impossible to stop an electron, what’s the point in building fences against flocks of birds?”

--Agrupatión Señor Serrano

Categories: 
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Version one of Mariko, Station 20

 

Exploring Tōkaidō Road through Japanese Woodblock Prints

Authors: Zoe Creamer and Alec Story

Museum Studies Intern at Special Collections, University Library System - Spring 2018 and Special Topics: Museum Studies student - Spring 2018

Categories: 
  • Academic Interns
  • Undergraduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh
 

Tracing the Influence of William Henry Fox Talbot: Thoughts on a Guided Tour at the Carnegie Museum of Art

Author: Krystle Stricklin

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture

Categories: 
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

<p>Paul Glabicki, <i>Work in Computer Animation, Drawing, and Installation</i>. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Forum Gallery/Carnegie Museum of Art. Courtesy of the artist</p>

 

Anxious Optics: Microcinema Series Celebrates Local Animator Paul Glabicki

Author: Ben Ogrodnik

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture and 2017-2018 Mellon Fellow in Curation and Education

Paul Glabicki, Professor Emeritus of Studio Art at the University of Pittsburgh, has spent most of his career quietly but profoundly changing the world of animated film.

Categories: 
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Ph.D. Candidate Rae Di Cicco discusses Tlingit visual culture in the Alcoa Foundation Hall of American Indians and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History

 

Bringing Tlingit Stories to Troy Hill

Author: Rae Di Cicco

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture

Adding to the department’s many collaborations with local cultural institutions, I have been working with Stephen J. Tonsor, Director of Science and Research at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, and Stewart Urist, Managing Director at Quantum Theatre, to connect programming at the theater on Troy Hill to local collections.

Categories: 
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh
 

Carnegie Nexus? It’s a new way of doing museum

Author: Edith Doron

Nexus Senior Program Manager, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

Categories: 
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh
 

Debuting Channel Silver Eye

Author: Emi Finkelstein

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture

Categories: 
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Amanda Bartko and Emma Vescio in Meg Webster’s new Solar Grow Room at the Mattress Factory

 

The Sky's the Limit: Two Pitt Interns Discuss Art and Education at the Mattress Factory

Authors: Emma Vescio and Amanda Bartko

Museum Studies Interns at the Mattress Factory - Spring 2018

Emma Vescio:

Categories: 
  • Academic Interns
  • Undergraduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh
 

From the Carnegie International to the Airport

Author: Alex J. Taylor

Assistant Professor and Academic Curator, Department of History of Art and Architecture

Categories: 
  • Faculty Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

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