Matthew Sova

 

Matthew Sova

Matthew Sova is a junior History of Art and Architecture and Anthropology double major at the University of Pittsburgh.  He is also a German minor.  He has worked on historical archaeological excavations at Johnson’s Island Civil War Prison near Sandusky, Ohio.  He also was a undergraduate teaching assistant for the Introduction to World Art class.  He is currently working as an intern at the American Jewish Museum, a part of the Jewish Community Center of Squirrel Hill.  Last semester he was enrolled in the Museum Studies Exhibition Seminar. In this course, he and other students assisted Nicholas Chambers, the Milton Fine Curator at the Andy Warhol Museum, in curating an exhibition of Scottish contemporary artist Martin Creed at the University of Pittsburgh Art Gallery.  Matthew is currently working on several projects, including a study of Florence Cathedral and an independent project with Professor Shirin Fozi on Ottonian art and architecture in eastern Germany.

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  • HAAARCH!!! 2014
  • Undergraduate Work
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