Adam Berg Exhibits at Edward Cella Art + Architecture

(Los Angeles) Edward Cella is pleased to present Constructions, an exhibition that considers the process of building in contemporary sculpture and photography. Featuring diverse methodologies and practices, the exhibition includes artworks ranging [more]

Marlena Donohue reviews Habsburg Exhibition: Empire of Style

EMPIRE OF STYLE is a new show at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, culled from Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum, brings together 100 treasures from the coffers of the imperial House of Habsburg — Titians and Tintorettos, arms and armaments among [more]

Collaborating with Gary Geraths…again.

The very first studio faculty instructor I met twenty years ago when I came to Otis was Gary Geraths.  He taught Life Drawing right down the hall from my  Art History classroom and welcomed me into his classroom, always had a ready joke, and made me [more]

Art History Teaching Resources…peers, pedagogy, progress

Several years ago I gave a paper on Art History, Technology, and Pedagogy at a CAA regional conference in North Carolina and had the pleasure of meeting two incredible women, Michelle Fisher (CUNY Graduate Center) and Karen Shelby (Baruch College) [more]

Summer at LAS

What's Happening at LAS in the Summer? Summer at LAS is definitely not a snooze. Besides the summer classes, this is the time when we are assessing student work, looking at results, and making changes to better the educational experience. It is [more]

Collaboration Partners: Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Library

Liberal Arts and Sciences has a long and successful history of collaboration with the library, especially regarding information literacy,  pedagogy, and electronic portfolios. This happens not only on campus in classes, in course reviews, guided [more]