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Where are the Women Architects?

Author: Thomas J. Morton

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

Categories: 
  • Faculty Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh
 

Replication and Revelation

Author: Sarah Reiff Conell

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture

Categories: 
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh
 

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

Categories: 
  • Mobility/Exchange
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

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

Categories: 
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

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

Categories: 
  • Graduate Work
  • Faculty Work
  • UAG
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

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.

Categories: 
  • Faculty Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

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

Categories: 
  • Agency
  • Identity
  • Mobility/Exchange
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

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). 

Categories: 
  • Faculty Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Olivia and fellow intern help Curator David Oresick frame a photo

 

Behind the Scenes of a Photo Gallery

Museum Studies Intern at Silver Eye Center for Photography – Fall 2019 

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

Joanna Harlacher and Dr. Chase Mendenhall, Assistant Curator, Birds with the Guerilla Girl’s Posters Featured in the Carnegie Museum of Art

 

Women Behaving Badly (in Science)

Museum Studies Intern at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History – Fall 2019

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

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