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November 30, 2020
Now Open: Museum Object Student Exhibition on Instructi …

The fall 2020 undergraduate Museum Object class, under the direction of Dr. Tenley Bick and Meredith Lynn, have curated an impressive online exhibition, How to Resist Expectations: Instructions-Based Art in


October 30, 2020
Dr. Tenley Bick Continues Interview Series on Contempor …

On November 20, Dr. Tenley Bick (Art History) continues her lecture series COSTELLAZIONE in an online conversation with the Palermo-based artist collective Fare Ala (Luca Cinquemani, Andrea Di Gangi, and Roberto Romano) at 12pm EST on Instagram @costell.azione. These short-format interviews (10 minutes in Italian and then 10 minutes in English) focus on one work of art of the artist’s choice.


Museum & Cultural Heritage Studies Graduate Progra …

FSU Museum & Cultural Heritage Studies Graduate Program Information Session   December 3rd, 3:00 PM (EST)   Come learn about the Art History MA program in Museum & Cultural Heritage


October 27, 2020
Dr. Erika Loic Presents: Uncovering Prophetic Authority …

The Medieval Studies Organization will host an online lecture by Art History Assistant Professor Erika Loic on Friday, November 6 at 6:00 pm. Dr. Loic will present “Uncovering Prophetic Authority


October 19, 2020
Art History Students Preparing Research on Ethiopian Ob …

Students in Lynn Jones’s East of Byzantium seminar are contributing to a special guest edited issue of Peregrinations, an online, open access, peer-reviewed  journal of medieval art and architecture. In collaboration with Professors Jones & Loic and alumnus Brad Hostetler, the group is investigating Ethiopian objects from the Kenyon College collection.


October 15, 2020
MCHS Co-Sponsoring Two Films for Cinehassee Iberoameric …

The Art History Museum & Cultural Heritage Studies (MCHS) program is proud to co-sponsor two films for the Cinehassee Iberoamerican Film Festival, which is organized annually by the Hispanic Graduate


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