Art History & Art Conservation

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Art History & Art Conservation

DEPARTMENT OF

Art History & Art Conservation

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Ph.D. Candidate
Summary:

Dissertation Topic: Art Botany in 19th century British Design Reform
Major Fields of Interest: Craft and Design reform in 19th-21st century Britain and North America, Visual and Material Culture, Critical Theory
Graduate Experience: School of the Art Institute of Chicago: MFA Studio; MA Visual and Critical Studies
Undergraduate Experience: Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University: BFA Jewellery and Metalsmithing; BA Art History
Supervisor: Dr. Janice Helland

Adjunct Professor
Office:
Ontario Hall
Phone:
(613) 533 6000 x77052
Summary:

Director, Agnes Etherington Art Centre 

Contemporary art with a concentration in Canadian art. Research areas include electronic media art, politically and socially engaged art, the exhibitionary complex and arts policy.

Portrait of Gauvin Bailey.
Professor and Bader Chair in Southern Baroque Art
Office:
Ontario Hall 306C
Phone:
(613) 533 6000 x77344
Summary:

PhD (Harvard University)

Late Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo Art & Architecture in France, Italy, Central Europe, and Iberia and their international diffusion in Latin America, Asia, and Africa; also the arts patronage of the Catholic Church and religious orders such as the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).

Affiliation:
Adjunct Professor
Office:
Ontario Hall
Phone:
(613) 533-6000 x77054
Summary:

Curator of Canadian Historical Art, Agnes Etherington Art Centre

Canadian art history, particularly late 19th- and early 20th-centuries, and histories of Canadian art collecting.

Art History Graduate Student Andrew Burton
M.A. Candidate
Summary:

Major Fields of Interest: Nineteenth-century British visual and material culture; Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood; the art of Egon Schiele; cultural heritage preservation

Undergraduate Experience: Queen’s University, B.A.H. Art History (major), History (minor), 2017

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