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January 30, 2024

Art History Department sponsors lecture: Dr. Rachel Vause

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Wednesday, February 21 5:30-6:45 p.m. Tyler B081 In her lecture Fabricating a Glittering Past: The Origins of the ‘Anglo-Saxons, Tyler alum Dr. Rachael Vause (MA '14) will discuss the art and archaeology of early English art, including the burial mound of Sutton Hoo, and amulets and cross pendants that reconstruct belief systems. An early medieval art historian, Vause holds a PhD in art history from the University of Delaware.  This lecture is free and open to the public Read More

January 30, 2024

Book Launch Party!

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Join us for a party to celebrate the publications of three faculty members: Assoc. Prof. Leah Modigliani: Counter Revanchist Art in the Global City Assoc. Prof. Erin Pauwels: Napoleon Sarony's Living Pictures Asst. Prof. Mariola Alvarez: The Affinity of Neoconcretism Feb 1 beginning at 6 Temple Contemporary; light refreshments provided Read More

January 29, 2024

Interview with Natsumi Goldfish (BA '17) Featured in White Hot Magazine

Author: Jordan Cameron

Tyler alum Natsumi Goldfish (BA '17) was featured in the January 2024 edition of Noah Becker's White Hot Magazine of Contemporary Art, as part of their interview series, "Artists You Should Know."  Read the full interview on their website here.  Image: Natsumi Goldfish, Untitled Still Life, 2018, 36"x 36", oil on two canvases (Diptych). Read More

January 25, 2024

Associate Professor Erin Pauwels Appointed Visiting Professor of American Art at the University of Oxford

Author: Jordan Cameron

Erin Pauwels, PhD, Associate Professor of American Art and Undergraduate Advisor, has been appointed the 2024-25 Terra Foundation Visiting Professor in American Art in the Department of History of Art at the University of Oxford.  During her professorship, Pauwels will teach an undergraduate course about American art from the 17th century to the present day. She will also teach a graduate course on how land, animals, and material resources have inspired the art and visual and material culture of the United States of America, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Pauwels will also be a Visiting Fellow at Worcestor College during her time in Oxford, where she will deliver the annual Terra Lecture in American Art in spring 2025.  Read More

January 19, 2024

Maria de Lourdes Mariño (PhD candidate) publishes chapter on decolonizing art history

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Maria's chapter, “Decolonizing La Revolución: Cuban Artistic Practice in a Liminal Space” can be found in The Routledge Companion to Decolonizing Art History, edited by Tatiana Flores, Florencia San Martín, and Charlene Villaseñor Black (2024). Check it out here! Read More

January 15, 2024

Dr Alice M. Rudy Price obtains research grant

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

The Carlsberg Foundation has granted Alice M. Rudy Price (PhD 2014, Adj, Asst. Prof.) funding for six months of research in Denmark from May to December 2025. This funding will support catalogue research for a 2026–2027 art exhibition, "Aging Bodies, Mature Careers," hosted by Ribe Kunstmuseum and Skovgaard Museet in Denmark. Read More

January 10, 2024

Dr. Megan Pignaturo-Reddicks (2024) publishes article

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Megan's work, "Divesting and Dismembering: Storage Findings in the Disassembly of Armor" was co-authored with Livingston Bailin and Chassica Kirchhoff and was the result of a grant from the Detroit Institute of Arts. You can find the article in the Bulletin of the Detroit Institute of Arts, v. 97, n. 1 (2023), p. 66-83. Read More

January 3, 2024

Exhibition Supported by Tyler Glass Program On View at Corning Museum of Glass

Author: Alina Ladyzhensky

Disclosure: The Whiteness of Glass, currently on view at the Corning Museum of Glass (CMoG) in upstate New York, addresses systemic racism, exclusion, and inequality in the field of glass through a research-based, collective exhibition. Previously hosted by the Center for Craft in Asheville, NC, the exhibition includes works that were created during a collaborative studio session hosted at Tyler’s glass studios in 2022.  Read More