Faculty and Graduate Students Attend the CAA Annual Conference 2020 in Chicago

From February 12 to February 15, department faculty members, graduate students, and one undergraduate major attended the College Art Association's 108th Annual Conference in Chicago, IL. The hotel and transportation expenses for the fifteen graduate students in attendance were sponsored by the department. Attendees visited the conference's book fair, attended a variety of paper panels, participated in workshops, and networked with fellow art historians and museum professionals. Many attendees also visited nearby cultural institutions, including the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Contemporary Photography, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.

The Department of Art History & Archaeology hosted a reception for students, faculty, and alumni on Friday, February 14. See photos from the reception below: 

Six graduate students posed together for a photo
From left to right: Eve Rosekind, Lindsay Sheedy, Christopher Hunt,
Tola Porter, Stephanie Dolezal, and Hannah Wier
Professor Elizabeth Childs, two graduate students, and two alumni smiling at the camera
Pictured from left to right includes: Kirsten Marples, Matthew Bailey, Professor Elizabeth Childs,
and Meg Galindo
Professor William Wallace, an alum, and an undergraduate student in a candid photo
From left to right: Joyce Zhou (BA 2017), Professor William Wallace, and Megan Orlanski
From left to right: Emily Bryan, Max Dunbar, and Professor Angela Miller