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New Publication from Art History Alumni

March 31, 2012

Congratulations to Alden Cavanaugh, Associate Professor of Art History at Indiana State University (Art History Ph.D., 1997), and Michael E. Yonan, Assistant Professor of Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Art at the University of Missouri-Columbia (Art History Ph.D., 2001), on the recent … Continued

Lydia McCarthy Wins 2010 Conscientious Photo Competition

March 31, 2012

Second-year M.F.A. student Lydia McCarthy has won a prestigious 2010 Conscientious Photo Competition Award.Lydia was selected from among more than one thousand entries by juror Elizsabeth Biondi, chief visual editor of the New Yorker Magazine. Biondi wrote about Lydia’s work, … Continued

Alumni Sculpture Garden Dedication

March 31, 2012

Please join the Art Department on Saturday, 17 September 2011 for a special event to commemorate the dedication of the Alumni Sculpture Garden! The ceremony begins at 11, near the HORN (pictured above) and will include performances by the UNC … 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

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