"Caravans of Gold" and the Premodern World: HAA Field Trip to Toronto

Author: Shirin Fozi

Assistant Professor, History of Art and Architecture

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At Fran Gialamas' studio

 

Say Her Name: Women of the AAP

Author: Emi Finkelstein

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture

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  • UAG
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Where are the Women Architects?

Author: Thomas J. Morton

Senior Lecturer, Architectural Studies Program, History of Art and Architecture

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Replication and Revelation

Author: Sarah Reiff Conell

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture

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Irrespetando la frontera: un mural de la comunidad Latinx en Pittsburgh

*You can read this text in English below the Spanish version

Autora: Marisol Villela Balderrama

Doctoranda en Historia del Arte y de la Arquitectura

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Lina Bo Bardi (1914–1992), Design for museum ramp adaptation, Bahia Cinema Club, MAM-BA (Bahia Museum of Modern Art), Salvador, Brazil, 1960. Instituto Bardi/Casa de vidro, São Paulo

 

An architect draws: Zeuler Lima on Lina Bo Bardi

Authors: Paula Kupfer and Paulina Pardo Gaviria

PhD Students in History of Art and Architecture

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Mary Ethel McAuley, Women Working on the Strassebahn, Collection of Rebecca and Tasso Spanos

 

Say Her Name: Year of the Woman at the UAG

Author: Sylvia Rhor

Director, University Art Gallery

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Andy Warhol, The Last Supper, 1986. The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh

 

The Furtive Faith of Andy Warhol

Author: Paula Kane

John and Lucine O’Brien Marous Chair of Catholic Studies, Department of Religious Studies

In a year that honored Fred Rogers as an exemplar of Pittsburgh and progressive Presbyterianism, the current show at the Warhol Museum embraced a more complex native son and his oblique connection to Catholic traditions.

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Frontpage of “India in America”: East Indian Furnishings between Ahmedabad and Bryn Mawr by Katie Loney

 

Digital Exhibition Maps Agency and Identity through Furnishings

Author: Katie Loney

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture and Graduate Student Assistant in Public History

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Fig1. Margarat Honda. Frog, 2019. Multimedia. Carnegie Museum of Art

 

Belly Up: or, A Journey Through The History of Art In the Shape of a Frog

Author: Christopher Nygren

Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture and Director, Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program

In September 2019, the Carnegie Museum of Art installed a new work in the Forum Gallery: Frog is a five-foot long sculpture of a frog that Margaret Honda created in collaboration with Hollywood propmakers (fig.1). 

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