We hope that you had a refreshing break Badgers and don’t forget that classes are moving online tomorrow.
Thanksgiving Break Nov. 26–29!
Badgers! Thanksgiving Break begins tomorrow through Sunday. Have a safe and healthy break. Classes resume online on Monday, November 30th.
Spring 2021 Course Highlight: Religion and Art
Prof. Thomas Dale’s “AH 103: Religion and Art” will be taught online Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:20–2:10pm CST. This course has no prerequisites, first-year students are welcome, and counts toward the Religious Studies Certificate. Description: Why …
Save the Date! Tanvi Dhariwal’s Honor Thesis Presentation
The Department of Art History invites you to the Honors Thesis Presentation by undergraduate Art History major Tanvi Dhariwal. Her thesis titled “The Battle of the Bodies: Investigating the Erotic and the Ideal Body in …
Kohler Art Library at 50!
The Kohler Art Library is celebrating their 50th anniversary as a premiere art library. The Kohler is an invaluable resource for the Department of Art History and we appreciate all of their academic and educational …
Student Spotlight: Özlem Eren Publishes Case Study
Ph.D. Student Özlem Eren has published a monument case study for the St. Demetrios Cathedral in Vladimir in the Mapping Eastern Europe Project by North of Byzantium (NoB). The project is focused on the history, …
Spring 2021 Course Highlight: Intro to Visual Cultures
Spring 2021 Course Spotlight: This spring Prof. Jill Casid will be teaching AH 103: Introduction to Visual Cultures on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00–11:50AM CST. Graduate students begin enrolling on Dec. 7th and undergraduate students …
Student Spotlight: Chapter 2 of Jessica Cooley’s “Indisposable”
We are pleased to announce the next online chapter of Indisposable: Structures of Support After the ADA, co-curated by Jessica Cooley (UW-Madison, Art History, Ph.D. Candidate) and Ann M. Fox. A year-long online exhibition created for the Ford Foundation Gallery, chapter 2 …
“Crossings” Window Installation at the Chazen Museum of Art
If you are on campus over the next couple of weeks make sure to see Crossings, which is part of the Community Altar Project. You can find out more here: https://communityaltar.wiscweb.wisc.edu/virtual-exhibitions/chazen-museum-bridge-installation/?fbclid=IwAR1_AouIlGXN2g3Y_70WV_87LedzDENS-NiULFZC2zfwSWNSaXoGXlXANrs