Art Exposé: Jackie Murphy

On Tuesday, November 10, 2015, the UWM Art History Gallery hosted Art Exposé.

Nebamun Hunting Birds

“Nebamun Hunting Birds” was beautifully recreated by undergraduate students, Rachel Kreiter and Molly Meier, as their experiential art project for ARTHIST 315: Art and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt class.

Collection Spotlight for December

Harry Bertoia’s Untitled, ca. 1960 demonstrates his fascination with tonal structures.

A constellation of Crusade: the Resafa heraldry cup and the aspirations of Raoul I, Lord of Coucy

Author: Richard Leson, Associate Professor Published in: The Crusades and Visual Culture (75-90) Year: 2015 More information

Art History Featured in L&S In Focus

The Department of Art History was featured in the November 2015 edition of the College of Letters & Science In Focus monthly newsletter.

Marko Spalatin Visits the UWM Art History Gallery

On Monday, November 16, the UWM Art History Gallery had a special visit from artist Marko Spalatin, who will be featured in an upcoming graduate student thesis exhibition.

Jordan Bear Gives Lecture

On Thursday, November 12th, Jordan Bear, Associate Professor at the University of Toronto, gave a lecture titled “Blowing up the World: On the Evidentiary Cultures of Enlargement, ca. 1893—1917.”

‘Little Idols’: Royal Children and the Infant Jesus in the Devotional Practice of Sor Margarita de la Cruz (1567-1633)

Author: Tanya Tiffany, Associate Professor Published in: The Early Modern Child in Art and History (pages 35-48) Year: 2015 More information

Typical Lhasa Style

Associate Professor Ying Wang gave a talk to the UWM Graduate School about her research in Tibet on Friday, November 13, 2015.

Nikos Vakalis Gives Lecture

On Tuesday, November 10, Nikos Vakalis, a restorer and conservator, talked to students and community members about his restoration and conservation work in Iraq, China, and Italy.