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Mike Goode, Kate Holohan and Abigail Greenfield reviewing books containing ecologically related artworks.

(March 22, 2024)

Other Ways of Seeing: Understanding Ecology and Climate Through Art

A team of Syracuse University faculty, students and staff create learning materials for educators and students, using the SU Art Museum’s vast collection of objects and artworks.

Patrick Holton and Sascha Scott review a selection of works

(Jan. 26, 2024)

Curating Learning

Syracuse University faculty, staff and students curate two educational exhibitions at the SU Art Museum along with a collection of digital exhibitions featuring works from the museum’s collections.

Krushil Watene sitting and smiling in a library

(Jan. 18, 2024)

Indigenous Philosophies Can Create Global Change and More Just Futures

Krushil Watene, Māori scholar from Aotearoa New Zealand, is the 2024 Jeannette K. Watson Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Humanities, March 18-29.

Sascha Scott and student pointing at art piece

(Jan. 10, 2024)

Remembering Forgotten Perspectives

Students get hands-on experience curating a show of rarely seen Asian American and Asian diasporic art.

Symposium co-conveners Romita Ray (center) and Tim Barringer (right) with SU alumnus Ankush Arora G’23, now a graduate student at Yale University.

(Jan. 2, 2024)

A&S Art History Professor Co-Convenes International Team of Scholars to Explore the Imperial Histories of India’s Most Visited Museum

Over the past year, AMH Professor Romita Ray and a group of scholars have analyzed the history, architecture, gardens, plants and collections of the Victoria Memorial Hall in India, culminating in a symposium at Yale.

Sascha Scott portrait

(Nov. 13, 2023)

Sascha T. Scott Receives NFAH Fellowship for Her Work on Modern Pueblo Painting

Associate professor of art history Sascha Scott has been named an inaugural non-residential fellow of the New Foundation for Art History 2023-24 and will use the grant to complete her new book.

Stack of books.

(Nov. 8, 2023)

Fall Bookshelf

The weather might be turning chilly, but your reading list will heat up with these recent literary works from College of Arts and Sciences faculty and Department of English alumni.

Sascha Scott (left) and Scott Manning Stevens (right) with student curator Eiza Capton (center, left) and artist Peter B. Jones (center, right) at the opening of Continuity, Innovation and Resistance.

(Nov. 6, 2023)

Reflecting on the Past, Offering Hope for the Future

Native American students at Syracuse University help curate an exhibition of works by contemporary Haudenosaunee artist Peter B. Jones, illuminating Indigenous culture and history.