Dr. Catherine Jolivette has been awarded the 2017 Teaching Award in Diversity from the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning.
A talk by Dr. Craig Howe, the director of the Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies, will take place Wednesday, April 12 at 4:00 p.m. at the Springfield Art Museum. Dr. Howe has conducted path-breaking theoretical work in
An exhibit reflecting the work of students in ART 386: Art of Africa and ART 488: Basic Conservation of Art and Artifacts will run Sept. 21 – Dec.16, 2016 at Duane G. Meyer Library, Room 306, Special Collections and Archives.
Several art history students have been accepted into competitive programs this summer to learn more about their fields. Hannah Harmon Hannah Harmon, an art history major and museum studies minor, was awarded a competitive summer internship at the Cahokia Mounds State Historic
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Five art history and museum studies students and alumni presented their research and conservation of art from Africa, Oceania and the Americas in a poster session at the Missouri Archaeology Society’s 2016 annual spring meeting. The Missouri Archaeology Society annual meeting includes posters, presentations, and
2016 is the fourth year running that the symposium has been hosted at the Springfield Art Museum, thanks to the Director Nick Nelson and the special relationship that has been fostered between our institutions. The museum offers many wonderful opportunities
Date: April 2, 2016 Location: Missouri Archaeology Society Annual Meeting, Ramada Oasis Convention Center, Springfield, MO Event Details: Springfield — Five Missouri State Art History and Museum Studies students and alumni presented their research and conservation of art from Africa, Oceania, and
The art history symposium will be held from: Time: 5pm-8pm Date: Thursday, April 7 Location: Springfield Art Museum, 1111 E Brookside Drive, Springfield Mo, 65807 This annual spring semester event invites advanced art history students selected from Missouri State University
Missouri State’s art history program will be teaming up with the Springfield-Greene County Library System to highlight the research of its student in the upcoming First Friday Art Talks program. What are First Friday Art Talks? The public presentations will
Associate Professor Dr. Catherine Jolivette’s book, “British Art in the Nuclear Age,” has been reviewed by esteemed British journal “Art History.” ‘Living under the cloud’ The art and design professor released the book last year. In it, she and other