Danny Augenbraun

 

Danny Augenbraun

I spent my freshman year as an undeclared and confused college student. After missing the fall semester of my sophomore year for reasons out of my control, I came back to the University of Pittsburgh with a new set of goals and newfound interest for learning. After declaring as an Art History major and a Studio Art minor I realized that I was finally pursuing what I was truly interested in. Currently, I am working with Prof. Bender, Emily Lilly of PACES, and four other undergraduates on a collaborative, community-service, program teaching art history to a group of high school students at Pittsburgh Science and Technology Academy. When I am not busy with schoolwork, I enjoy running and difficult crossword puzzles. 

Danny will be presenting his paper "Learning Through Teaching: Answering the Question of Why Art History Matters" at HAAARCH!!! 2014. He will also be presenting as part of the group presentation "Encounters: Art in the City."

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  • HAAARCH!!! 2014
  • Undergraduate Work
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