New Publications from Dr. Daniel Sherman

March 31, 2012

UPDATE 2: Dr. Sherman has done it again! French Primitivism and the Ends of Empire: 1945-1975 has been awarded the Alf Andrew Heggoy Book Prize for the best book published during the previous year dealing with the French Colonial experience from 1848 to … Continued

Fifth Annual Student Print and Art Sale

March 31, 2012

One Day Only! Prints, Ceramics, Photos, Drawings and more. Great deals on original student artwork. Cash or check please. Friday, December 9, 11:00 am – 9:00 pm Hanes Art Center Room 301 (Print Studio) Presented by the UNC Art Department, … Continued

MFA Candidate Lee Delegard Exhibition at Golden Belt

March 31, 2012

Don’t Touch the Ground, an exhibition of new installation and sculpture by MFA candidate Lee Delegard, is on display in the Durham Art Guild‘s Room 100 gallery at Golden Belt from August 19-October 2, 2011. Read a brief review in … Continued

Izel Vargas Studio Alumnus Exhibition and Lecture

March 31, 2012

Izel Vargas CLC (Carolina Latina/o Collaboraive) featured artist, fall 2010 Artist lecture and gallery visit 6 pm Thursday, November 4, 2010 At the Carolina Latina/o Collaborative For directions visit clc.unc.edu Free and open to the public Come enjoy Izel Vargas’s artist lecture and mixed-media … Continued

Ross Barrett awarded CAA Arthur Kingsley Porter Prize

March 31, 2012

 Ross Barrett, Assistant Professor and David G. Frey Fellow in American Art, has been awarded the Arthur Kingsley Porter Prize for his article “Rioting Refigured: George Henry Hall and the Picturing of American Political Violence” (The Art Bulletin, September 2010) … Continued

New Exhibition Featuring MFA Students

March 31, 2012

EXTENDED! DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND THE SHOW WILL BE ON VIEW UNTIL JANUARY 27, 2012 UPDATE: Check out the article in the DTH about the Curatorial Projects Class and putting this exhibition together! Also featured in the Independent Weekly as … Continued

New Publication from Art History Alumna

March 31, 2012

Congratulations to Ann Millett-Gallant, Lecturer at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Art History Ph.D., 2005) on the recent publication of The Disabled Body in Contemporary Art by Palgrave Macmillan. The Disabled Body in Contemporary Art is the first … Continued

Riggins Lecture: Dr. Jessica Dallow

October 11, 2010

Sports Illustrated: Representing African Americans in Edward Troye’s Equine Portraits Monday, 11 October, 6:00 PM, 104 Howell Hall Our Fall 2010 Riggins Lecture brings back to the Art Department graduate program alumna Jessica Dallow, now of the Department of Art … Continued

The Riggins Lecture Welcomes John Lowden

February 28, 2005

Hanes Art Center 121 5:00pm When: Monday, 02/28/2005 Where: Hanes Art Center 121 Contact name: Ann Millett Contact email: millett@email.unc.edu John Lowden is Professor of the History of Art at the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, where he has taught broadly in the … Continued