The Department is pleased to announce the release of a video promoting Art History as a field of undergraduate study. Short and energetic, this video encourages undergraduate enrollment in art history courses, articulating what art history is and why it matters, in the... [more]
Matthew Lincoln, Ph.D. candidate in Dutch and Flemish art in the Department, participated in May's edition of the D.C. Arts Science Evening Rendezvous (DASER) at the Keck Hall of the National Academy of Sciences as a panelist and presenter.
The Graduate School of the University of Maryland has named Nicole Riesenberger an Outstanding Graduate Assistant for 2015. This award recognizes the top 2% of the approximately 4,000 graduate assistants who serve on the campus as administrative, research, or teaching assistants. The Graduate School... [more]
This past week the Department learned that Laura Brady, a graduate last year from the University of Maryland double-majoring in Art History and Germanic Studies, was awarded a Fulbright to live in Germany, where for a year she will be "teaching/assisting in German secondary school English classes part-time" and fulfill her passion for German art by volunteering for "some kind of arts organization... [more]
At their annual conference this month in Fort Worth, Texas, the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) awarded the 36th annual George Wittenborn Memorial Book Award, given to North American publications demonstrating excellence in art publishing, to Dutch Paintings of the Seventeenth Century...[more]
Earlier this year the Phillips Collection opened an exhibition curated by Curatorial Associate Dr. Wendy Grossman, an alumna of the graduate program and occasional lecturer in Photography in the Department.