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Middle Atlantic Symposium

Since 1971, the department and the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (CASVA) at the National Gallery of Art have jointly sponsored the Middle Atlantic Symposium in the History of Art.

Held annually over two days in March, the Middle Atlantic Symposium in the History of Art (MAS) offers an opportunity for advanced graduate students from universities in the mid-Atlantic region to present their original research to the public, and brings together academic and museum communities in the greater Washington area. Each year a student from the department is among those who present their work at the symposium.

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    MAS 2020: Fiftieth Annual Sessions

    MAS 2019: Forty-Ninth Annual Sessions

    MAS 2017: Forty-Seventh Annual Sessions

    MAS 2016: Forty-Sixth Annual Sessions

    MAS 2015: Forty-Fifth Annual Sessions

    MAS 2014: Forty-Forth Annual Sessions

    MAS 2013: Forty-Third Annual Sessions

    MAS 2012: Forty-Second Annual Sessions

    MAS 2011: Forty-First Annual Sessions

    MAS 2010: Fortieth Annual Sessions

    MAS 2008: Thirty-Eighth Annual Sessions

    MAS 2007: Thirty-Seventh Annual Sessions