News Archive from July, 2020

HIAA offers course through the Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative

Marina Tyquiengco, a CHamoru scholar of global Indigenous art with an emphasis on Native American art and Aboriginal Australian art will again teach ...

PhD student at 2020 FotoFest Biennial

 

Matthew Kluk, PhD student in the History of Art and Architecture led a conversation with British-Chinese photographer Yan Wang Preston as part of the 2020 FotoFest Biennial in Houston, TX in July. As a portfolio reviewer at FotoFest in...

Fall 2020 Courses

What are we art historians thinking about now? How are we looking at art and architectural objects differently than we have in the past? Whether in person or remotely, we will come together in the Fall again to continue our rich exploration of...

Local bookstore features books by local Black authors

Books on the Square, a locally-owned bookstore near Brown is featuring a display of books by Black authors, including HIAA Associate Professor, Itohan Osayimwese. 

Join us in welcoming Gretel Rodriguez and Lindsay Caplan

How do we talk about and understand monuments, art, and public sculpture as cultural and historic objects that speak to us from the past? Two new faculty members in the Department of the History of Art and Architecture research vastly different...