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February 12, 2021
Artist Talk, March 11: Wendy Red Star in Conversation w …

On March 11, the Art History MCHS program and the FSU Museum of Fine Arts will host a remote lecture featuring artist Wendy Red Star and curator Dr. Jordan Amirkhani.

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February 8, 2021
Visting Artist Hank Willis Thomas, Online Lecture Thurs …

On Feb. 18, the Art History MCHS program and the FSU Museum of Fine Arts will host a virtual lecture by renowned conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas, whose sculptures, videos, and installations confront histories of inequality and injustice through common visual language. Registration is open now!

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February 4, 2021
MA Student Yatil Etherly Participates in Prestigious Mu …

Yatil Etherly, a first-year MA in Museum & Cultural Heritage Studies, was one of 20 individuals invited to participate in the Museum Professionals Seminar at the Studio Museum in Harlem for Fall 2020.

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FSU Art Historians at the 109th Annual College Art Asso …

FSU Art History will be represented at the 109th College Art Association Annual Conference by doctoral candidate Jennifer Baez and by Professors Tenley Bick and Paul Niell. This year’s conference will be held as a virtual program February 10-13, 2021.

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February 3, 2021
AHA Invites FSU Art History Graduate Student Papers for …

The Art History Association (AHA) invites graduate students to submit papers in February 2021 for the I. N. Winbury Award.  The award, the financial component of which is $200 to be put toward book purchases, is presented annually by the graduate students in the department to one MA student and one PhD student.  Submission details are coming soon in an email from AHA President Morgan Methvien; select your best paper now!

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Virtual Talk on Museum Strategies for Digital Engagemen …

The Museum & Cultural Heritage Studies program invites you to a virtual talk by museum professional Laurel Allen on Tuesday, Feb 23 at 5 pm: “More Than Words: Strategies for Meaningful Digital Engagement—and the
Challenges of Actually Getting It Done in a Museum Environment”

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