Art History

Back to Blog May 14, 2024

Curation, publication and more from our graduate students this academic year!

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Again, I grabbed these from your annual reports; these were not announced previously. It is so impressive how you are learning and sharing your learning with all different kinds of communities!

Moe Marte finished out their internship at Philadelphia’s Office of Arts Culture and the creative economy and continued to work with the Public Art Department as a field documenter for "Percent for Art Monuments"; worked with the student exhibitions team here in Tyler; and had glass pieces accepted for inclusion in "Echo- Systems" in Tyler Contemporary.

Rachel Vorsanger published, “Reflection and Refraction: Multivalent Social Realism in the Work of Joaquín Sorolla,” Arts Special Issue: Affective Art (February 2024).

Ali Printz curated "From These Hills: Contemporary Art of the Appalachian Highlands," at the William King Museum of Art in Abingdon VA (Fall 2023/Winter 2024) and currently at the Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA. She also curated "Layers of Liberty: Philadelphia and the Appalachian Environment," at the Annenberg Gallery, PAFA, June 27th – November 7th, 2024. All this while on the Andrew W. Mellon Library Company of Philadelphia/Historical Society of Pennsylvania Fellowship (summer 2023).

Li Machado receives co-curating credits for "June Harwood: Paintings", (August 23, 2023 - January 7, 2024) and co-organizing credits for the travelling show "500 Years of Italian Drawings from the Princeton University Art Museum" (February 16-June 23, 2024).

Miray Eroglu published, “Partisans of the Nude”, Exhibition Review, SEQUITUR Issue 10.2, Telling Secrets, Boston University Art History Graduate Journal, (Wallach Gallery), Spring 2024

Flavia Barbarini was awarded the Italian Studies Library Research Award, Notre Dame University (April 2024) and the Summer graduate internship, Princeton Art Museum, Dept. of Prints and Drawings (2024). 

Alexandra Schoolman was a curatorial consultant/assistant for curators Zanna Gilbert and Elena Shtromberg for the exhibition "Transgresoras: Mail Art and Messages, 1960s-2020s", opening at UCR’s Museum of Photography in 2025.

Ryan Mitchell has received one of the American Institute in Turkey (ARIT) Summer Fellowships for Intensive Advanced Turkish Language at Boğaziçi University, Istanbul.

Emily Schollenberger received the 2024-2025 Clayton Lewis Fellowship in American Culture.