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  • Prof. Jordan Bear awarded Historians of British Art Book Prize

    The History of Art and Graduate Department of Art is delighted to announce that Associate Professor Jordan Bear has been awarded the 2016 Historians of British Art (HBA) book award for a single-authored work dealing with a post-1800 subject, for his book Disillusioned: Victorian Photography and… Read More
  • In Memoriam, Jann Marson

        It is with shock and sorrow that we must post the awful news that Jann Marson died of a heart attack on Saturday, at the age of 44. Jann had been living and teaching in Portland for the last few years. For those… Read More
  • In memoriam, George Hawken, 1946 – 2016

    With sorrow we announce the death of George Hawken, Professor Emeritus, on December 12th 2016.  George was a brilliant draughtsman and master of intaglio printmaking, whose highly individual drawing style seemed to conjure new metamorphic entities into being, whether the subject was a portrait or… Read More
  • The Class of '51

    (L to R: Charles Comfort, John Golding, and Stephen Vickers) Shirley (Tyte) Beatty, Class of ’51, sent along this photograph of Charles Comfort, John Golding, and Stephen Vickers.  Students of that era in what was then called the Department of Art and Archaeology were taught… Read More
  • Architectural Historian Revels In The Fourth Dimension Of Buildings - Sound

    Joseph Clarke is fascinated by buildings. He loves the way they look and the ways they are designed to serve different functions. But he mostly loves the way they sound. An assistant professor in the Department of the History of Art at the Faculty of… Read More

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