Constellations's blog

 

Joaquín Orellana: The Spine of Music

Author: Diana Flatto

Over the past two years, I have worked on the exhibition “Joaquín Orellana: The Spine of Music” at Americas Society in New York, which opened on January 20, 2021.

Categories: 
  • Agency
  • Identity
 

Drawing Connections with Public Art in Pittsburgh

Author: Marisol Villela Balderrama

As the Teaching Fellow for Pitt’s course Arts and Politics in Modern Latin America (HAA0520), I participated in the class’s first online version this Fall semester.

Categories: 
  • Agency
  • Environment
 

Teaching and Time Management in 2020

In the History of Art and Architecture Department (HAA) we benefit from our Constellations, researching and learning along meaningful themes of inquiry that unite heterogenous areas of focus.

Categories: 
  • Agency
  • Environment
  • Identity
  • Mobility/Exchange
 

Stories of Invisible Cities

Author: Sahar S. Hosseini

In the past few months, I have been researching and reading about Pittsburgh and its minority neighborhoods.

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  • Agency
  • Environment
 

Network Analysis + Digital Art History

Author: Alison Langmead

Researchers in the Visual Media Workshop, a digital humanities lab located in the Department of History of Art and Architecture, have been working on a Getty-funded advanced workshop on network analysis and digital art history.

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  • Mobility/Exchange
  • Visual Knowledge
 

The Provincialism Problem and the Contemporary Condition

Author: Golnar Yarmohammad Touski

Over the eventful summer of 2020 the isolation we collectively experienced across the globe due to the coronavirus pandemic brought about an opportunity to venture into ideas and projects that I had long been contemplating.

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  • Mobility/Exchange