Tag Archives: American art

SAAM Lectures by Student Fellows

The SAAM Fellowship Program is a prestigious research-in-residence program in which PhD students get an office and a lot of time to write. Come see the fruits of their labors and get an idea of who’s doing what in the … Continue reading

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Upcoming Talk: “Shape-Shifters: The Late Portraits of John Singer Sargent’

Susan Sidlauskas, Professor of Art History at Rutgers University, will be presenting her talk on John Singer Sargent’s late portraits Tuesday, November 19th at 5pm in the Walsh Building, Room 495. Please join us! Susan Sidlauskas is Professor and Graduate Director in … Continue reading

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Craft Hour at the Smithsonian!

Here’s a fun job bringing craft to the people: Renwick Gallery public programs coordinator Katie Crooks hosts occasional craft nights (handi-hours) where she demonstrates DIY projects amidst a backdrop of live art and culture. “All-you-can-craft activities” are matched with craft beer curated … Continue reading

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Phillips Collection Seeks 2013 Winter/Spring Curatorial Intern

The Phillips Collection is seeking a part-time curatorial intern for the January –May 2013 term to assist with exhibition planning and research.  Academic credit is available; no stipends are available.  Candidates who are pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in … Continue reading

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