We are delighted to announce that the medievalist graduate students in the Department of Art History and Art and the Department of Music will jointly host the annual Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies in the spring of 2022 at Case Western Reserve University. Art history doctoral students Russell David...
Watch a recording of Professor Robert Ousterhout's lecture, "Heaven on Earth: Justinian’s Hagia Sophia," here.
Julius Lecture in Byzantine Art
Heaven on Earth: Justinian’s Hagia Sophia
Oct. 12, 5:00 p.m.
This talk addresses the transformation of the basilica as an architectural form and its subsequent impact on architecture in the eastern Mediterranean. Justinian’s...
Do not miss an extraordinary opportunity to hear Professor Emeritus Robert Ousterhout give the Julius Lecture on the Hagia Sophia!
"Heaven On Earth: Justinian's Hagia Sophia"
Monday October 12, 5 pm US Eastern Time
Register here: https://cwru.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3Mc9XSmkSFCcpkrxr3zsxA
Accessing Art in the Virtual World: A Conversation about Access, Equity, and Diversity in 2020
Free Public Online Roundtable at UAAC/AAUC Conference 2020 Congrès
Thursday, October 15, 2020
9AM PDT/12PM EDT/6PM CEST
Register online and submit your questions at https://accessingartroundtable.wordpress.com/
By April 2020, a third of the world population was on lockdown. As schools, businesses,...
On October 1, 2020, the CWRU Physics Department and the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities presented, "Data Science in Art: Discerning the Painter's Hand." Watch a recording of the event here.
The virtual event included presentations by Ambrose Swasey Professor of Physics Ken Singer, Warren E. Rupp Associate Professor of...
Here is an update from Lauryn Smith, one of our doctoral students working abroad during the pandemic:
For the 2019-2020 academic year, I was based in the Netherlands to conduct dissertation research. This time abroad allowed unprecedented access to objects examined in my dissertation and primary documentation critical to my...
We had a fantastic crowd of attendees for Robert Mills’s Julius Fund Lecture in Medieval Art! If you missed it, you can watch it here by clicking on “Learn More.”
The Department of Art History and Art at Case Western Reserve University invites you to the 46th annual Cleveland Symposium, one of the longest-running art history graduate symposia in the United States. This year’s symposium, Bodily Realities: Engaging the Discourse of Dis/Ability, seeks to generate a dialogue about the...
Click here for the link to the Lunch and Chat
Click here for the link to the Art Talk with Greg Peckham
Click here to register for the Julius Fund Lecture in Early Modern Art.
We are pleased to announce an extraordinary series of lectures made possible by the generous support of the Nord Foundation at Case Western Reserve University. The lectures will take place within the framework of Professor Elina Gertsman’s graduate seminar on medieval Jewish art and will be held on Zoom.