Matthew Rarey’s (PhD, 2014) co-curated exhibition, Afterlives of the Black Atlantic, at the Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College, won the 2020 Association of Art Museum Curators’ Award for Excellence for an exhibition from an organization with …
Month: April 2020
Summer 2020 Course Highlight: Intro to Afro-American Art
Summer 2020 Online Art History 242: Introduction to Afro-American Art Professor Anthony Black (MFA/PhD Candidate, English) will broaden your knowledge of the history of art in America. Enroll here: https://enroll.wisc.edu/search?term=1206&subject=180
CVC Webinars: April 28th & 30th
The first of two webinars hosted by The Center for Visual Cultures is tomorrow from 5:00–7:00pm. Check out the full schedule above.
Art During Quarantine: Avanelle Cochran
UW-Madison Art History Alum, Daniel Cochran (PhD, 2018), has submitted artwork on behalf of his 9-year old daughter, Avanelle. The first image contains two watercolor landscapes: Left: Fall Foliage, 2020; Right: The Driftless, 2020 The …
Faculty News: Affiliate Prof. Nadler Elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences
Congratulations to department affiliate Professor Steven Nadler (William H. Hay II Professor and Evjue-Bascom Professor in Humanities, Director of the Institute for Research in the Humanities) on his election to the American Academy of Arts …
Student Spotlight: Lindsay Wells (PhD Cand.) Receives NVSA Essay Prize
PhD Candidate Lindsay Wells has received the 2020 Graduate Student Essay Prize from the Northeast Victorian Studies Association (NVSA) for her essay “Evergreen Empire: Imperial Plant Hunting and the British Aesthetic Movement.” This award recognizes …
Fall 2020 Course Highlight: “Monsters & Machines in Early Modern Europe”
While Professor Nelson is on sabbatical this fall, you can still get your Early Modern Art fix! PhD Candidate Mateusz Ferens will be teaching Monsters & Machines in Early Modern Europe MWF 12:50–12:55pm. Enroll here: https://enroll.wisc.edu/search?term=1212&subject=180
Happy Earth Day!
Happy Earth Day! Go to https://sustainability.wisc.edu/earth-week/#earth-day for more information on all UW-Madison Earth Week and Earth Day Virtual Events.
SuccessWorks Advising Appointments Available Online
SuccessWorks advising appointments are available online via Google Hangouts or by phone call. Their physical office is temporarily closed, but they’re still here for your personal and professional development – and accessible from anywhere. To …
Due Today! Undergrad Prize Submissions
Due Today by 11:59pm CST!!! The Art History Department awards three undergraduate student prizes a year. Submissions are due to Teddy Kaul on April 20th at 11:59pm. For more information on requirements and the awards …