Art History & Art Conservation pre-convocation reception, 2022

The 2022 Convocation Ceremony for Art Conservation (M.A.C.) and Art History (Ph.D., M.A., B.A.H, B.A.) is scheduled for Tuesday, June 21 at 3pm. Graduate arrival time is two  hours (2) prior to the ceremony, or 1:00pm.

Open Art Histories Pedagogy Institute comes to campus

Jun 09, 2022

The Institute brings together educators from various disciplines, examining important pedagogical issues, strategies for increasing arts education's accessibility and diversity, and methods of putting these concepts into practice.

Postcards from Venice: the huge history of art

Jun 07, 2022

In a special series of Q&As, we check in with students of this year's Venice Summer School (ARTH 380), who spent the month of May immersed in the art scene of the Venice Biennale.

AGO gifts study collection to Art Conservation

Jun 01, 2022

Conserved in the 1930s by George Stout, a key figure in the history of Art Conservation, Lamentation with Saints and Donors has arrived at Queen’s with detailed documentation showing a history of investigation into this somewhat bewildering object.

M.A.C. student publishes in Journal of Paper Conservation

May 31, 2022

This month, Queen's M.A.C. student Robin Canham saw her article, "Practical Techniques for Creating Nanocellulose Film", published in the Journal of Paper Conservation.

Art Conservation at Herstmonceux Castle

May 27, 2022

The students took part in a collaborative digitization project -- 3D scanning, modelling, and printing historical objects to make them more accessible in a digital archive.

Ph.D. candidate awarded research grant in Munich

May 27, 2022

During the 2022-23 academic year, Sproule will complete archival research for his dissertation -- on post-war men's fashion illustration -- and visit archives in both Munich and Berlin.

Ph.D. candidate's makes People's Choice round of Art of Research Photo Contest

May 27, 2022

McHutchion snapped this photo of Helmut Heinze's bronze statue, Choir of Survivors, which has resided at England's Coventry Cathedral since 2012. The statue was donated by the city of Dresden, and captures the civilian casualties of WWII aerial bombing campaigns

Art History M.A. alumni at The Morgan Library

May 11, 2022

Art History M.A. alumna Olenka Horbatsch presented on "Metalwork Design Drawings from the Circle of Hans Holbein the Younger" as part of Capturing Holbein: The Artist in Context symposium at The Morgan Library & Museum in New York.

Research Postcards: Prof. Allison Morehead in Washington, D.C.

Jenna Simeonov - May 09, 2022

"I am exploring this passion for Munch in relation to Sally Epstein's lifelong involvement in birth control movements and commitments to Planned Parenthood."

Research Postcards: Prof. Gauvin Bailey in Aix-en-Provence

Jenna Simeonov - May 09, 2022

"I have found so many new documents that it is a challenge organizing my visits to get everything done! Graduate students will relate to this quandary!"

Prof. Antonia Behan to speak at ROM's Inside Mobile Palace

May 04, 2022

Running May 11, 11am-12pm ET, Prof. Behan joins the ROM's Dan Mishra Curator of South Asian Arts and Culture, Deepali Dewan, and artist Swapnaa Tamhane for a 45-minute presentation on the exhibit, followed by a live Q&A with viewers.