An ongoing listing of exciting projects and achievements by our undergraduate and graduate students:
Virtual exhibition with digital visual reconstructions of polychrome statues
(Fall 2018) ARTH 485, A Social and Material History of Italian Renaissance Sculpture: Professor Una D'Elia's students created virtual exhibition with digital visual reconstructions of polychrome statues: Reconstructing the Social Lives of Italian Renaissance Sculptures
Ph.D. student Genevieve Flavelle curates show at Modern Fuel
2019: Ph.D. student Genevieve Flavelle curated A Fine Pointed Belonging at Modern Fuel Artists-Run Centre.
MaryClaire Pappas (M.A. 2015) receives Fulbright grants for Ph.D. research
Having received her MA from Queen's in 2015 (with the MRP "Volatile Femininity in Edvard Munch's Interior Bathing Scenes" under supervision of Dr. Allison Morehead), MaryClaire Pappas is currently working towards a Ph.D. at Indiana University, Bloomington, with Dr. Michelle Facos. This year she is based in Stockholm, Sweden, to do research for her dissertation on Norwegian and Swedish artists who studied at Henri Matisse’s art school between 1908-1911. This study is funded by the Swedish Fulbright Commission and the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies Einar and Eva Lund Haugen Memorial Fellowship. She recently also received an additional grant from the U.S. Fulbright Commission and the Lois Roth Endowment to continue her research in Sweden throughout the summer of 2020. Warm congratulations to MaryClaire!