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January 17, 2023
Museum Professionals Workshop on Accessibility, Friday …

On Friday, January 27, the Museum & Cultural Heritage Studies program will host a workshop on museum accessibility led by Heather Pressman and Danielle Schulz, authors of The Art of Access: A Practical Guide for Museum Accessibility. Heather Pressman is the director of learning and engagement for the Molly Brown House Museum in Denver, CO. Danielle Schulz is the senior manager of lifelong learning and accessibility at the Denver Art Museum.

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January 15, 2023
Tenley Bick Curates Exhibition of Veggetti Kanku’ …

Dr. Tenley Bick has curated the exhibition Un sentimento di libertà | A Feeling of Freedom: New Italians in the Work of Luigi Christopher Veggetti Kanku, on display this spring at the FSU Museum of Fine Arts. This is the first U.S. solo exhibition for the artist, who visited FSU for the exhibition opening, a public Q&A with Dr. Bick, and meetings with students in Art History and Italian Studies.

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January 14, 2023
FSU MoFA announces three thought-provoking exhibits for …

Florida State University’s Museum of Fine Arts (MoFA) presents three exhibitions touching on themes of identity, migration and media consumption.

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January 3, 2023
Reciprocity Project Indigenous Film Festival Screening, …

Join us in March for a public screening of the seven short films from the first season of the Reciprocity Project, a collection of Indigenous films exploring place, kinship and reciprocity. The screening will be held on Thursday, March 23, at 7PM EST in the FSU Student Life Cinema, and is free & open to the public.

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November 19, 2022
Art in Community: Inaugural FSU Art History Study Trip …

This fall, four doctoral students and five MA students traveled with professors Tenley Bick and Lorenzo Pericolo to Washington, DC, for the first FSU Art History Study Trip.

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November 16, 2022
Alumna Natasha Zabala Joins University of Miami’s …

Art History MCHS alumna Natasha Zabala (MA ’21) joined the University of Miami’s Lowe Art Museum in the fall of 2022 as Museum Registrar. She also presented research from her graduate studies at the Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC) this fall.

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