Art History Events
Academic Year 2022 - 2023
Beyond the Art History Major
Every fall the art history program hosts a panel of alumni to introduce our majors to the many career paths available to them after graduation, and to describe their professional journeys.
Wednesday, September 20th, 6:00pm - 7:15pm
Guest speakers include:
Nikki Chow, FCLC '20, Program Coordinator, Games for Change
Marv Recinto, FCLC '16, writer and art critic
Sinclair Spratley, FCLC '17, student and curator, Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University
Mechella Yezernitskaya, FCLC '12, PhD candidate and curator, History of Art, Bryn Mawr College
For information contact Angela Michalski ([email protected])
Open to all Fordham art history majors and potential majors.
Reflections on Nature in Paintings and Land Art
Lecture by Ettore de Conciliis, Italian Contemporary Artist
Tuesday, November 22nd, 2:30pm
Lincoln Center Campus, LL 1124
Are you interested in Art? Free on a Friday evening? Experience New York City's art and architectural treasures with Fordham faculty at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on selected Fridays at 5 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Open to all Fordham students, faculty and staff.
Tickets are free and are available below. For more information, contact the Professor directly.
To be announced
Art Works -Exploring Art History Careers
Art Works (On-site visits with art professionals. Open to all Fordham students).
Learn first-hand how the art world works in small-group meetings with professionals from across New York's art community. The Art Works sessions allow you to explore where you can go with your art history degree as you meet professionals with careers in the arts: arts business development, museum curator, art business development, just to name a few.
Art Works visits are scheduled throughout the school year and open to all students, but be sure to RSVP because space is very limited and advanced registration is required. To register for a session, email Nina Rowe with the subject line "Art Works."
Past Art Works:
Dealers and Collectors in Today's Art World
Where Can Art History Take Me?