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Cézanne's Closet 2023

This year's fundraiser includes a preview preview exhibition at Union Gallery, January 17-February 4, 2023, co-curated by Queen’s University Art History graduate students Cicely Haggerty and Anna Douglas.

Virtual Open House for prospective Art History graduate students

Join faculty and a student representative from Queen's University's Art History program to discuss graduate studies! There will be a short presentation from the Graduate Chair followed by a question period.

Art History DSC recruiting volunteers

Jan 16, 2023

Through January 22, 2023, 4:00pm, the Art History DSC is accepting applications for multiple volunteer positions.

Art History students co-curate virtual exhibition

Jan 13, 2023

Co-curated by students in Professor Una D'Elia's fall 2022 seminar, Sculptures on Stage: The Drama of Devotion in the Italian Renaissance has just been published as a virtual exhibition. 

Congratulations to Prof. Joan Schwartz on her retirement!

Dr. Norman Vorano - Dec 21, 2022

The Department of Art History and Art Conservation offers its warmest wishes and congratulations to Professor Joan Schwartz upon her retirement on December 31, 2022. 

Professor Emeritus J. C. Heywood (1941-2022), master printmaker, painter, and mentor to countless artists during his 32 years at Queen’s

Prof. Emeritus Pierre du Prey - Dec 13, 2022

His gifts as a born communicator together with his great generosity of spirit endeared him to colleagues and aspiring artists at Queen's.

Accomplished Art History alumnae: MaryClaire Pappas and Casey Lee

Dec 01, 2022

Accomplished alumnae: MaryClaire Pappas (Ph.D. '22) has joined the Museum of Modern Art as the Louise Bourgeois Works on Paper Intern, focusing on early 20th-century Swedish art.

Art History graduate students tour Canadian Museum of History vaults

Dec 01, 2022

 Art History Graduate Students Cicely Haggerty and Anna Douglas toured the vaults at the Canadian Museum of History, Ottawa, as part of the graduate seminar ARTH 876, Studies in Curatorial Practice and Cultural Policy.

Prof. Juliana Bevilacqua leads museum professions training sessions in Nigeria

Dec 01, 2022

This month in Lagos, Nigeria, Art History Professor Juliana Bevilacqua led a training session for museum professionals, sponsored by the International Council for Museums (ICOM), the Yemisi Shyllon Museum of Art, the Pan-Atlantic University, and ICOM Nigeria.

Queen's Art History faculty contribute to recent two-volume Cambridge University Press publication

Dec 01, 2022

Out of 103 essay writers, these three Queen's Art History professors represent the highest number of contributors from a single institution

Prof. Cathleen Hoeniger lectures on the preservation of Italy's early churches

Nov 10, 2022

Titled "The Struggle to Preserve Italy’s Early Churches during World War Two", Prof. Hoeniger focuses on the preservation process of specific churches, including establishing anti-aerial protection for the buildings and their art.

Just out: the 2021-22 Art Conservation newsletter

Oct 28, 2022

Hot off the press! The latest edition of the Art Conservation newsletter is out, available right here.