Diego Rivera and “Detroit’s Sistine Chapel," the Detroit Institute of Art as a teaching tool, with History of Art professors Rebecca Zurier and Raymond Silverman. »
Among all the projects in the VRC, the most critical is the digitization of the Sinai Archive. »
Remembering Victor Miesel, who had an international reputation in the area of German Expressionism, kept study abroad students on their toes in Florence, and co-hosted a '60s TV show titled The Painter's Art. »
History of Art faculty in the news: see how our professors provide valuable insight on topics from the DIA to ISIS. »
Save the date for our fall symposium: The Things You Own End Up Owning You: Art in the 1990s »



Undergraduate student group Helicon publishes first issue of HEL[ICON] Magazine. »

Graduate student Antje Gamble curates Mine More Coal exhibition as part of Mellon fellowship »
2014 Graduate symposium explores absences that structure historical and material record. »
Congratulations class of 2015! »
Our most recent PhD recipients, plus graduate student awards. »

Alumni, We Want to Hear From You! Please take a few minutes to fill out our Alumni Update Form. »
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