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May 25, 2023
FSU art history professor works to preserve ‘forgotte …

A Florida State University art history professor and a group of graduate students are working to uncover and preserve the architectural traditions of Indigenous and African diasporic communities in the Americas through a series of conferences and workshops.


May 8, 2023
Congratulations to Outstanding Undergraduate Rose Award …

Graduating Art History seniors Mia Jackson and Ava Romano have been named the inaugural recipients of the Rose Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Achievement in Art History. Named in honor of the first chair of the Department, Dr. Patricia Rose, the Rose Award recognizes exceptional undergraduate students in Art History who have demonstrated consistent excellence in course study, research, and leadership in the major.


May 1, 2023
Congratulations to Our Newest Alumni: Meet the 2023 Art …

We are proud to introduce our newest alumni! Read about the accomplishments and future plans of the 2023 recipients of BA, MA, and PhD degrees in Art History at Florida State University.


April 21, 2023
RECAP: 39th Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposi …

Congratulations and many thanks to all who participated in our 39th Annual Graduate Symposium on March 3 & 4, 2023. Students from twelve universities presented and discussed their research with FSU students, faculty, and community members. Visit our updated Symposium page for a recap of the talks, news of the Günther Stamm prize winner, and a gallery of photos of the proceedings and social events.


April 20, 2023
Dr. Christopher Johns Art History Award for Internation …

The Department of Art History has received a generous endowment from the estate of alumnus Dr. Christopher Johns (BA ’77) to support international study opportunities for Art History undergraduate and graduate students. Christopher (Mike) Johns was among the first generation of students to participate in the FSU Florence Program. The experience ignited his lifelong passion for art history, as well as his devotion to Florida State University.


April 17, 2023
Introducing Dr. Alison Reilly

Dr. Alison Reilly defended her dissertation “The Bistro Model: James Johnson Sweeney’s Curatorial Vision” under the direction of Dr. Adam Jolles in the spring of 2023. Reilly analyzes the development and implementation of Sweeney’s curatorial practices, and how those practices shaped the way Americans experience modern art.


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