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Book Talk by Asato Ikeda at the Japanese Art Society of America

Book Talk by Asato Ikeda at the Japanese Art Society of America

Uemura Shoen, Lady Kusunoki, 1944 Wednesday, January 23, 2019 – 6:00pm Marymount School 1026 Fifth Avenue Between 83rd and 84th Streets New York, NY 10028 Asato Ikeda will be presenting from her new book, “The Politics of Painting: Fascism and Japanese Art during the Second […]

The Frick Summer 2019 Internships

The Frick Summer 2019 Internships

The Education Department of The Frick Collection invites undergraduate students to apply for the following summer internship opportunities. These internships provide a superb opportunity for participating in many aspects of museum education work in a small, dynamic department.   Ayesha Bulchandani Undergraduate Education Internship Two […]

A Review of Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future

A Review of Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future

By Julie Hamon, FCLC 2019 I recently visited the Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, (on view until April 23, 2019), and was amazed by the sheer amount and variety of af Klint’s featured artworks. I was initially interested […]

Majors On Site: Katrina Arutunyan at The Met

Majors On Site: Katrina Arutunyan at The Met

My name is Julie Hamon (#FordhamArtHistory Fall 2018 Media Intern), and the following is the the first in a series of on-site interviews with Fordham Art History majors: a series about art, NYC, and the Fordham Art History experience. We start with my fellow Lincoln […]

Defiant Spirits: Fernando Brito’s Sinaloa

Defiant Spirits: Fernando Brito’s Sinaloa

Last night, November 29th,  was the opening reception of Defiant Spirits: Fernando Brito’s Sinaloa, an exhibition organized by Fordham University’s  Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs. This exhibition debuts in the new Canisius Gallery, an exhibition venue for artistic works relating to humanitarian and social justice issues. Using art as a means […]

ROME SUMMER PROGRAM 2019

ROME SUMMER PROGRAM 2019

Join us this Monday and Tuesday to learn about studying Art and Architecture in Rome this summer. Monday, November 26, 12:30-1:30 pm Prof. Udell will be available in the Walsh Library Lobby. Tuesday, November 27, 1-2:30 pm Prof. Isaak will be available in the Lowenstein […]

Art for Arctic’s Sake

Art for Arctic’s Sake

Art for Arctic’s sake OPENING RECEPTION By Julie Hamon, FCLC 2019 On the evening of November 7, artists, Fordham students, faculty, and guests enjoyed the opening of Art for Arctic’s Sake at Fordham Lincoln Center’s Ildiko Butler Gallery. The exhibition—organized by Jo Anna Isaak, Carleen […]

My Experience as a Museum Intern

My Experience as a Museum Intern

My Experience as a Museum Intern Annie Muscat, FCRH 2020 This summer, I had the fantastic opportunity to serve as Marketing Intern at the Bowers Museum in Southern California. As a mid-size non-profit institution, Bowers houses an expansive collection that spans over centuries, continents, and […]

Finals Got You Frantic?

Finals Got You Frantic?

Stop by Visual Resources and take a break! We have FREE cookies and coffee to keep you going, and Art History LEGO and Google Cardboard VR glasses for you to play with. Details: Rose Hill Campus FMH 459 and 417A May 7 thru 15th 10:00 am […]

Congratulations Professor Nina Rowe!

Congratulations Professor Nina Rowe!

Photo by Chris Taggart featured on FordhamNews Our own Professor Rowe was honored during the 2nd annual Sponsored Research Day for her achievement in securing externally funded research grants. Dr. Rowe used the grants to fund research for her current book project, From Adam to Achilles to Alexander: […]