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April 26, 2024
Congratulations to Our Newest Alumni! Meet the 2024 Art …

We are proud to introduce the 2024 FSU Art History graduates! These recipients of BA, MA, and PhD degrees in Art History excelled in their coursework and extracurricular and professional activities. Spring Commencement for the College of Fine Arts will be held on Saturday, May 4 at 7:00 pm at the Tucker Civic Center.


The Art of Persistence: Museum Object Students Combine …

This semester the Art History Museum Object class curated and installed the exhibition The Art of Persistence: Exploring Symbols, Materials, and Function in Southwestern Indigenous Art. The class integrated online and in-person museum exhibition strategies, highlighting the role of digital platforms in expanding access to collections.


April 23, 2024
Dr. Erika Loic Receives University Award for Inclusive …

Dr. Erika Loic has received the 2023–24 University Award for Inclusive Teaching and Mentoring. This award from the Office of the Provost honors faculty who teach courses in which the learning environment is explicitly designed to be inclusive and equitable so that all students can flourish.


April 20, 2024
Introducing Dr. Nina Gonzalbez

Congratulations to Nina Gonzalbez, who defended her dissertation “Looking Inward: Identifying the Local within the Global in Late Fifteenth-century Sevillian Artworks” under the direction of Dr. Erika Loic in the spring of 2024.


RECAP: 40th Annual Art History Graduate Symposium

Congratulations and many thanks to all who participated in our 40th Annual Graduate Symposium on March 1 & 2, 2024. Students from nine 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 19, 2024
Introducing Dr. Julia Kershaw

Congratulations to Julia Kershaw, who defended her dissertation “Build Your Own Living Space: Architecture and the Politicized Body in the Work of Lygia Clark” under the direction of Dr. Tenley Bick in the spring of 2024.


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