Athienou Archaeological Project Turns 25

Professor Derek Counts is Associate Director of the Athienou Archaeological Project again this summer in Athienou, Cyprus.

Shedding Light on the Cypriot Rural Landscape: Investigations of the Athienou Archaeological Project in the Malloura Valley, Cyprus, 2011-2013

Author: Derek Counts, Professor Published in: Journal of Field Archaeology 40.2 (pp. 204-20) Year: 2015 More information “Mobile Computing in the Malloura Valley” (online supplemental article)

Alumni Spotlight: María C. Blas Pérez – MA 2012

The UWM Department of Art History opened many doors for me. Because UWM participates in the Newberry Library’s Center for Renaissance Studies Consortium, I had the opportunity to present my MA research at the Newberry’s annual conference in Chicago. I… Read More

Landre uses Hayes Award to Research in Rome, Italy

Graduate student Samantha Landre is currently writing her thesis on the bel composto of Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s Cornaro Chapel (1647-1652) in Santa Maria della Vittoria. Her thesis advisor is Associate Professor Tanya Tiffany. Thanks to the generous contribution of the Jeffrey… Read More

Thanks Friends of Art History (FOAH)

Thank you to everyone who donated to the Friends of Art History (FOAH).  Without your support, the following exhibitions and events would not have been possible. Please consider donating to the Friends of Art History to support more programming in… Read More

Congrats to Spring 2015 MA Graduates!

The Department of Art History wants to congratulate the Spring 2015 MA graduates!

Brazeau Attends American Arts Society Annual Conservation Event

Director of the UWM Art Collection and American Arts Society board member, Linda Brazeau, attended the American Arts Society’s 9th Annual Conservation Event held at the Milwaukee Art Museum on May 7, 2015.