PhD candidate Olga Kondur co-curated a retrospective exhibition of a Russian-American conceptual artist Irina Danilova at the Bronx River Art Center. The show "25 Years of Project 59: A Retrospective of Irina Danilova," opened on January 12 and will be on display until March 11.
Alisia Lee will present her paper titled: Across the Millennia, Reception of Inanna-Astarte-Venus at the Undergraduate Conference Conjuring the Past: Reception in Classical, Medieval, and Early Modern Studies on February 22, 2020 at Penn State University.
PhD candidate Andee Middleton was selected by the Art History faculty to present her paper titled “Mendes and Arsinoe Philadelphus,” at the 2020 Philadelphia Graduate Symposium to be held at the Barnes Foundation on April 9- 10, 2020.
PhD candidate Laura Almeida has been awarded a two-year curatorial fellowship at the Denver Art Museum in the Modern and Contemporary art department. She also presented a paper at the New Directions in Cuban Studies Conference at the Cuban Heritage Collection on October 18th with the title: "Staging Loss: Tania Bruguera's 'Homenaje a Ana Mendieta' "
PhD candidate Claire Heidenreich has published “Chiffonniers in the Periphery: Émile Bernard’s ‘Ragpickers of Clichy’ and Nineteenth-Century Artificial Cranial Modification,” in the peer-reviewed journal, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, vol. 18, no. 2 (Autumn 2019): http://www.19thc-artworldwide.org/autumn19/heidenreich-on-emile-bernards-ragpickers-of-clichy
PhD Candidate Janet Purdy was awarded the three-year Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellowship in African Art at the Art Institute of Chicago. She will focus on expanding knowledge of the museum's African collection through acquisitions, in-depth research, and exhibitions of existing and future holdings in the areas of eastern and southern Africa beginning Spring 2020.