Art History

April 27, 2020

Meet Tyler’s Virtual Celebration Speaker: Jordan Bertok (BA ‘20)

Author: tuf83247

Jordan Bertok, a member of the Tyler School of Art and Architecture’s Class of 2020 and soon-to-be recipient of a BA in Art Therapy and Minor in Art History, will address her class as Tyler’s student speaker as part of Temple University’s virtual celebration.  You can watch Bertok’s speech here. Bertok “met up” with a recent Tyler graduate, Princeton Cangé (BFA ‘19, Sculpture), on Zoom for a Q&A, which you can read below:   Princeton Cangé: Why did you come to Tyler? Was it your first choice? Read More

April 3, 2020

Tyler Alumna, Christa DiMarco, wins Art History Award

Author: tuf83247

Tyler School of Art and Architecture Art History alumna Christa DiMarco (MA ‘07, PhD, ‘15) has been awarded the Nineteenth Century Studies Association (NCSA) President's Award, which honors members who have contributed in extraordinary ways to both the Nineteenth Century Studies Association and to scholarship in interdisciplinary 19th-century studies. “[DiMarco] is a versatile scholar and writer,” remarked Susan E. Cook, president of the NCSA. “...[She] is also a tireless advocate for the profession and professional organizations like NCSA, as well as a tireless educator.” Read More

March 9, 2020

Philip Glahn Wins Art Journal Award

Author: tuf83247

Philip Glahn, professor of aesthetics and critical studies at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture, has received the Art Journal Award from the College Art Association along with Cary Levine, an associate professor at University of North Carolina. Read More

March 9, 2020

Tyler Faculty Leah Modigliani’s New Exhibition

Author: tuf83247

Leah Modigliani, program head of Visual Studies at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture, has a solo exhibition, Rome 1947, on view at Grizzly Grizzly gallery in Philadelphia, now through March 29, 2020. Her work in the show “is made in response to our contemporary political climate to be exhibited in the midst of the democratic primaries in this important election year.” Modigliani uses photography, a political poster and a large-scale puppet to harken back to the Italian citizens’ protest of their right-wing government. Read More

February 11, 2020

Art History graduate students to participate in "Living Histories of Art from Latin America" workshop

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

The Department of Art History and Archaeology at the University of Maryland is pleased to announce Living Histories of Art from Latin America: A Workshop with Gerardo Mosquera, to be held on March 5-6, 2020.  Co-organized with the History of Art & Architecture Department at the University of Pittsburgh and the Department of Art History at Temple University, this workshop brings together advanced graduate students in the Middle Atlantic region who are studying modern and contemporary Latin American and Latinx art.   Read More

January 28, 2020

Danielle Abdon to speak at four conferences this spring

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Danielle Abdon (PhD anticipated May 2020) will be giving four papers this spring: College Art Association: “Latrines and Sewers for the Sick Poor: Waste Management in Italian Renaissance" (supported by the Dean of Tyler School of Art and Architecture) Renaissance Society of America: "The Hospital de las Cinco Llagas: Negotiating Physical and Spiritual Health in Sixteenth-Century Seville” Read More

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