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Paul M. Farber, Artistic Director of Monument Lab and lecturer in Fine Arts and Urban Studies at the University of Pennsylvania

 

Philadelphia’s Monument Lab reports to Pittsburgh

Author: Kirk Savage

William S. Dietrich II Professor of History of Art and Architecture

“As a nation, we are in the midst of a long reckoning over our inherited monuments.” 

Categories: 
  • Faculty Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Musée Yves Saint Laurent, installation detail, Paris, France

 

Fashions Far Afield and Close to Home

Author: Emily Mazzola

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture and 2018-2019 Mellon Fellow in Curation and Education

Categories: 
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Keynote and Response

 

Motivating Monuments, Reflections on the 2018 Graduate Symposium

Author: Sarah Conell, HAA graduate student

Categories: 
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Visitas guiadas en español en la UAG

 

Cruzando las fronteras del lenguaje en la Galería de Arte de la Universidad

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

Autora: Adriana Miramontes, estudiante de doctorado en HAA

Categories: 
  • Graduate Work
  • UAG
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Emily working on Lowy’s materials

 

Bernard Lowy’s Mushroom Mystery

Author: Emily Pelesky, Museum Studies Intern at the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation – Fall 2018

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

Dawn Kriss displays the operation of multi-band imaging equipment to student Jon Kobert (pc: Alec Story)

 

The Intersection of Science and Art: Multi-band Imaging and the Carnegie Boat

Author: Alec Story, Museum Studies Intern at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History – Fall 2018

At the CMNH, not all is as it appears. Conservators are working with new methods of scientific imaging in order to recover pigments lost from objects within their ancient Egypt collection. 

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

Gallery discussion: Art History in the #MeToo Era

 

From #MeToo to What Now?: Coping with Sexualized Violence in Art History

Author: Nicole Scalissi, HAA graduate student

Categories: 
  • Graduate Work
  • UAG
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Illustration in the exhibition Paddington Comes to America at the Eric Carle Museum

 

Embodying Empathy: Summer Internship at the Eric Carle Museum

Author: Annie Abernathy, intern at the Eric Carle Museum – Summer 2018

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

Touching Correspondence: Archive Visit during Making Advances Mellon Workshop

Author: Paula Kupfer, PhD student in History of Art and Architecture and Making Advances Workshop participant

Categories: 
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Kim Fox's installation

 

Gendered spaces, materials, forms ... and their transformation

Author: Brooke Wyatt, HAA graduate student and HAA1030 Museum Studies Exhibition Seminar student – Fall 2018 

Categories: 
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

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