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Rhyner presented at 5th Annual Feminist Art History Conference

Stephanie Rhyner, a second year graduate student and teaching assistant, presented at the Fifth Annual Feminist Art History Conference in Washington D.C., October 31-November 2.

Lynne Shumow at the Haggerty Museum of Art

UWM Art History alumnae Lynne Shumow is the Curator of Education at the Haggerty Museum of Art at Marquette University.

Katherine Murrell installing Folk Art in the UWM Art Collection

Department of Art History Lecturer and MA graduate Katherine Murrell has been organizing and installing Extraordinary and Ordinary: Folk Art in the UWM Art Collection in the UWM Art History Gallery all week with the help of Linda Brazeau, Christa Story, and Nora Jimenez.

Michelle Grabner named one of 100 most powerful women in art

Last Wednesday, October 15, 2014, Art Net News named Michelle Grabner, a graduate of the MA program, one of the 100 most powerful women in art.

Unbelievable Cities: The Art of Etching

On Wednesday, October 8, Chadwick Noellert, an MA graduate student in the Peck School of the Arts gave a lecture on the process of etching in conjunction with the exhibition Unbelievable Cities: Etchings of Whistler, Haden, and Pennell.

ARTHIST: 371 and a Yoruba Tunic

Visiting Assistant Professor Matthew Rarey brought a twentieth century Yoruba beaded tunic from Nigeria into his ARTHIST 371:African Art class.

Undergraduate Orientation

On Thursday, September 18, the Department of Art History held its first Undergraduate Orientation hosted by Assistant Professor Elena Gorfinkel.

“Unbelievable Cities” Opening Reception

Unbelievable Cites: Etchings of Whistler, Haden, and Pennell opened on Thursday, September 11 in the UWM Art History. Graduate student and curator Leigh Wilcox gave a talk to almost fifty attendees.

Art History Table Skirt

The UWM Graduate School gave the Department of Art History a new table skirt to use for recruitment and other activities.

ArtHist 102 Visits the UWM Art History Gallery

Teaching Assistants Matt Rogan and Kara Hendrickson are using the UWM Art Collection with weekly visits to the UWM Art History gallery to enhance the ARTHIST 102: Renaissance to Modern Art and Architecture experience.