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February 17, 2020
Off Kilter: An Exploration of Contemporary Form

This spring, undergraduates in the Art History Museum Objects class under the direction of Assistant Professor Dr. Kyle Killian are developing the exhibition Off Kilter: An Exploration of Contemporary Form, to open Friday, April 3 at 5 pm in the WJB Gallery


February 14, 2020
Coming in April: LGBTQ+ Film Showcase Organized by Art …

Art History MA student Olivia Morris is organizing an LGBTQ+ Film showcase, coming this April to the Askew Student Life Center.  With an emphasis on women and non-binary directors, this


February 10, 2020
FSU Art Historians at the 109th College Art Association …

The FSU Department of Art History was once again well represented at the College Art Association (CAA) Annual Conference, as Art History professors, graduate students and alumni presented papers and


January 26, 2020
New Video! Exploring the History of Art at Florida Stat …

Whether you’re a new student considering art history or an alumnus wondering what we’re up to now, the faculty, students, and staff of the Department of Art History would like to introduce you to our programs. Give us five minutes to show you around!


January 25, 2020
37th Annual Art History Graduate Symposium – Marc …

The Department of Art History will host the 37th Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium on Friday afternoon, March 27, and Saturday, March 28, 2020. The keynote speaker this year is Charlene Villaseñor Black, Professor in the Department of Art History and the César E. Chávez Department of Chicana/o Studies, University of California, Los Angeles.


January 23, 2020
This Spring in WJB: Brazil in Perspective Lecture Serie …

This spring, Art History PhD student Julia Kershaw is co-organizing “Brazil in Perspective,” a bi-weekly series which brings together a multidisciplinary group of FSU faculty and students to explore the many facets of the country’s dynamic and evolving history.


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