Category Archives: Updates

Installation view of Temporary Collectives, 2016 (photograph © Darryl Lauster)

Temporary Collectives

An update from Temporary Collectives, a dynamic intercollegiate graduate project involving professors and students from six universities in North Texas.

Installation view of Temporary Collectives, 2016 (photograph © Darryl Lauster)

Temporary Collectives

An update from Temporary Collectives, a dynamic intercollegiate graduate project involving professors and students from six universities in North Texas.

Noah Purifoy,  No Contest, 1994 (artwork © Noah Purifoy Foundation), which was featured on the cover of  Fall 2016 issue of VoCA Journal

Update from Voices in Contemporary Art

An update from Voices in Contemporary Art (VoCA) on the most recent issue of VoCA Journal.

Noah Purifoy,  No Contest, 1994 (artwork © Noah Purifoy Foundation), which was featured on the cover of  Fall 2016 issue of VoCA Journal

Update from Voices in Contemporary Art

An update from Voices in Contemporary Art (VoCA) on the most recent issue of VoCA Journal.

Sociological Art Collective (from left to right: Fred Forest, Hervé Fischer, Jean-Paul Thénot) at the 37th Biennale di Venezia, 1976  (photo © Sociological Art Collective, archives: Hervé Fischer)

Update from the European Postwar and Contemporary Art Forum

European Postwar and Contemporary Art Forum shares a News & Notes update on their recent activities.

Sociological Art Collective (from left to right: Fred Forest, Hervé Fischer, Jean-Paul Thénot) at the 37th Biennale di Venezia, 1976  (photo © Sociological Art Collective, archives: Hervé Fischer)

Update from the European Postwar and Contemporary Art Forum

European Postwar and Contemporary Art Forum shares a News & Notes update on their recent activities.

Queer Caucus for Art's new website.

Update from the Queer Caucus for Art

New in News & Notes: An update from the Queer Caucus for Art.

Queer Caucus for Art's new website.

Update from the Queer Caucus for Art

New in News & Notes: An update from the Queer Caucus for Art.

Photo of panelists at the Society of Contemporary Art Historian's panel, Histories and Economies of Contemporary Art, which was held  at the College Art Association 103rd Annual Conference in New York, on February 11, 2015 (photograph by Bradley Marks)

Report on the Society of Contemporary Art Historians

The newest installment of News & Notes is a report on the Society of Contemporary Art Historians.

Photo of panelists at the Society of Contemporary Art Historian's panel, Histories and Economies of Contemporary Art, which was held  at the College Art Association 103rd Annual Conference in New York, on February 11, 2015 (photograph by Bradley Marks)

Report on the Society of Contemporary Art Historians

The newest installment of News & Notes is a report on the Society of Contemporary Art Historians.

From “Neatline: Syllabus as Interactive Visualization”  by Caroline Bruzelius and Hannah Jacobs. Introduction to Art History, Unit 2, Lecture 1: Prehistory: Paleolithic. Lectures contain readings, dates, spatial coverage, lecture slides, maps providing historical context, and other relevant information (image created by Wired! Lab at Duke University)

How Have New Technologies Shaped the Introductory Art History Classroom? Why Does It Matter? An Update from Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy and Technology

Art Journal Open’s News & Notes section launches with an update from Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy and Technology.

From “Neatline: Syllabus as Interactive Visualization”  by Caroline Bruzelius and Hannah Jacobs. Introduction to Art History, Unit 2, Lecture 1: Prehistory: Paleolithic. Lectures contain readings, dates, spatial coverage, lecture slides, maps providing historical context, and other relevant information (image created by Wired! Lab at Duke University)

How Have New Technologies Shaped the Introductory Art History Classroom? Why Does It Matter? An Update from Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy and Technology

Art Journal Open’s News & Notes section launches with an update from Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy and Technology.