Stark Family Award
The Department of Art History and Music has received a generous donation from the Stark Family to enable art history majors to experience the art treasures of Europe. Every year, the department awards a travel fellowship to an art history major to be used toward European travel.
By December 1 of each autumn, junior art history majors are invited to submit a proposal for a travel grant for the forthcoming spring or summer break in order to experience the art treasures of Europe first hand. The proposal should outline the student's goals, projected itinerary, expenses and the student's financial need. The Department will award the prize based on the student's proposal, academic records, and financial need.
The Stark Family Award has been awarded to:
2014 Elizabeth Zhangi, FCRH 2015
2013 Kathleen Emerson, FCRH 2014
2012 Janine Vicente, FCLC 2013
2011 Rebecca Decker, FCLC 2012 and
Mechella Yezernitskaya, FCLC 2012
2010 Karolina Chojnowska, FCLC 2011
2009 Simone Mitton , FCLC 2010
2008 Christina Healy, FCRH 2009
2007 Michaela Ward , FCRH 2008
2006 Michelle Pastor, FCRH 2007
2005 Stephanie Luther, FCRH 2006
2004 Martha Clippinger, FCRH 2005
2003 Kerin Sulock, FCRH 2003 (Fall)
2002 Erin G. O'Donnell, FCRH 2002
2000 Jennifer Godlewski, FCRH 2001
1999 Keira Dillon, FCRH 2000
1997 Dan Favata, FCRH 1998
1996 Otto Luna, FCRH 1997
1995 Jane Haag, FCRH 1996
The Vasari Symposium
The Vasari Symposium is named for the sixteenth-century Italian artist/scholar Giorgio Vasari, whose publication The Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects (1550; 1568) provided one of the earliest and most influential examples of art historical writing.
Each year one Fordham College Rose Hill student and one Fordham College Lincoln Center student are selected to serve as "Vasari Lecturers" and present original research at a spring symposium open to the Fordham community and guests. At the Vasari Symposium the previous year's winner of the Stark Prize also gives a short presentation on his or her travels.
Vasari Lectures have been presented by:
||Audrey Remmert, FCLC 2014
"Containing the New Woman in Thomas Dewing's A Reading"
||Melissa C. Morris, PCSLC 2013
"Thinking Inside the Box: The Interior of Philip Johnson's Glass House"
||Isabella Bustamante, FCLC 2012
"Yoshitomo Nara and Child as Hero"
||Wilson Duggan, FCRH 2012
"The Big Picture: Vik Muniz's Action Photo I through the Macroscope and the Microscope"
||Lauren Toole, FC 2011
"Image and Ritual: Performativity and Christomimesis in a Flagellation by Spinello Aretino"
||Roksana Filipowska , FCRH 2010
"The Meaning of Candy: on the Multiplicity of Meaning in Felix Gonzales-Torres 1991 Untitled (Revenge)"
||Alison Lau, FCRH 2009
"Jean-Auguste-Dominque Ingres's Odalisque with Slave"
||Jack Waldron, FCRH 2008
"Paul Gauguin: The Conflicted 'Savage' and Nevermore"
||Ryan White, FCRH 2007
"Illuminating Joseph Wright's An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump"
||Dana Ferine, FCRH 2006
"Gustav Klimt and Judith: The Ultimate Femme Fatale"
||Martha Clippinger, FCRH 2005
"The Development of an Artist: Van Gogh and his Portrait of Père Tanguy"
||Kerin Anne Sulock, FCRH 2003 (Fall)
"De Kooning's Woman and Bicycle: Reality in Ambiguity"
||Lalaine Mercado, FCRH 2003
"John Constantine's Salisbury Cathedral with Rainbow"
||Carll Wilkinson, FCRH 2002
"Mark Rothko's No. 10: Interpretative Approaches"
||Peter Raho, FCRH 2001
"The Solomon R.Guggenheim Museum: Frank Lloyd Wright's Culminating Work"
||Jennifer McDonnell, FCRH 2000
"The Consumption Function Illustrated: Edgar Degas's Portraits at the Stock Exchange"
||Joss Citrone, FCRH 1999
"Winslow Homer's Visit from the Mistress'"
The Art History Award
Every year the Art History faculty presents a book award to two students--one from Fordham College Rose Hill, one from Fordham College Lincoln Center--who have outstanding academic records in the program. Book awards are made at the Vasari Symposium in the spring, and the FCRH award is announced at the Encaenia ceremony in May.
The James L. Kurtz Award in Music
The James L. Kurtz Award in Music, named for the first professor of music in the department, is given to a graduating music major who has shown excellence in course work and a significant involvement in the activities of the department and the musical life of the university.
The James L. Kurtz Award in Music has been awarded to:
2014 Mark Dumond, FCRH 2014; Dan Gibney, FCRH 2014
2013 Karina Daza, FCRH 2013
2012 Alycia Kravitz, FCRH 2012
2010 Douglas Giombarrese, FCRH 2010
The Fordham Stipend
The Fordham Stipend is awarded each year on the basis of auditions to two students who major or minor in music. It covers the cost for two semesters of private study on voice or an instrument with a teacher of the winner's choice.
The Fordham Stipend Award has been awarded to:
The Student Performance Competition
The Student Performance Competition is held each spring and is open to all Fordham undergraduates. The winner performs with the Bronx Arts Ensemble.
|2013 - 2014
|2012 - 2013
|2011 - 2012
|2010 - 2011
|2009 - 2010
|2008 - 2009
|2007 – 2008
|2006 – 2007
|2005 – 2006
|2004 – 2005
|2003 – 2004
Winners of "Student Performance Competition" have been:
||Jae Hyeok Lee, Piano
||Dan Snyder, Piano
||Madeleine Rivera, Voice
||Christopher Schneller, Piano
||Eileen Tynan, Voice
||Joseph Nolin, Voice
||Amber Hurst-Martin, Voice
||Brianne Keefe, Voice
Arun Ravindranath, Violin
||Dan Bartfield, Viola
||Jeff Dobrydney, Trumpet
Luke Ascoli, Trumpet
||John Stufano, piano
||Christina Ramonetti, Vocal
Christopher Ro, Piano
||Christian Kolarz, Violin