Curatorial Seminars, funded by our generous donors, are led by History of Art faculty and connect students with museums, galleries, and institutes both on campus and in the area. Each unique seminar engages students in the preparation and execution of exhibitions of works spanning the globe, history, and media. Listed below are some of our most recent Curatorial Seminars.
"The World on View: Objects from Universal Expositions, 1851-1915"
Fall 2017André Dombrowski
Journey To The City: From Village To Megapolis"
Fall 2016Renata Holod and Holly Pittman
The Pennsylvania Academy and the Expanding Audience for Art
Fall 2015Michael Leja
A Sense of Place: Modern Japanese Prints
Spring 2014 and Spring 2015Julie Davis
Magic in the Museum
Spring 2015Robert Ousterhout
The Image Affair: Dreyfus in the Media, 1894-1906
Fall 2014-Spring 2015André Dombrowski
Spiegel-Wilks Seminar in Contemporary Art: Carrie Mae Weems at the ICA
Fall 2014-Spring 2015Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw
Spiegel Freshman Seminar in Contemporary Art: Glenn Ligon at the Institute of Contemporary Art
Fall 2012-Spring 2013Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw
Halpern-Rogath Curatorial Seminar: Afro-Brazilian Art
Fall 2011Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw
Spiegel Freshman Seminar: Contemporary Art And The Art Of Curating
Fall 2010-Spring 2011Kenneth Goldsmith