Three of our PhD students have received research grants and fellowships for the summer of 2017 and beyond.
Tola Porter will deliver her talk: Recreating Public Meaning for Nonfunctional Abstract Public Art, at the Midwest Art HIstory Society annual conference in Cleveland, OH, April 6-8, 2027.
Several of our graduate students took part in the Women's March on Saturday, January 21. Click link for pictures.
PhD candidate Amanda Beresford gives a public gallery talk on "Modern Arcadias: Bathers in Cézanne, Matisse and Pechstein" at the Saint Louis Art Museum on September 23.
Professor Elizabeth Childs and graduate students from the Department of Art History and Archaeology gather around Meg Galindo (MA/PhD student) and Max Valsamas (PhD student), the co-cura
In conjunction with the 2015/2016 St. Louis Modern exhibition at the Saint Louis Art Museum, Mary Reid Brunstrom presented a lecture entitled "Four Decades of Modern Architecture in St.
Emily Hanson, Ph.D. student, presented two conference papers in the 2015-2016 academic year.