Alexandra Good '12 talks about working on the recent student-curated exhibit
Print by Print: From Durer to Lichtenstein at the BMA. Watch now >>
Students in the Mellon-funded course Staging Suburbia work alongside staff from the Jewish
Museum of Maryland to develop the exhibit “Jews on the Move” (on the left: student-curator
Molly Martell '15 helps install the show in Hodson Hall)
Emily Carambelas '11 restores a Torah crown from the university's Henry Sonneborn
collection of Judaica for her show “From Sacred to Secular: Collecting and Caring for Judaica.”
Find out more about her work and the project>>
Woodrow Wilson undergraduate research fellow Laura Somenzi '13 curates the exhibit “Choreography in Color:
The Art of Zelda Fitzgerald at JHU's Evergreen Museum and Library.” Find out more>>
Students visit the Louvre in Paris as part of new Study Abroad courses offered by the Program
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Detecting Life on the Red Planet
Sep 16, 2014 11:34:00 AM EDT

Curated by 2011 Musuems and Society alum, Emily Carambelas, the show Detecting Life on the Red Planet: Gilbert Levin and the Labeled Release Experiment, will be dedicated at 11am, Friday, September 19, 2014, on the C-Level of the MSE Library....Click here to read more.

Surrealism at Mid-Century
Jun 3, 2014 12:34:00 PM EDT
Students in Dr. Molly Warnock's History of Art class, Surrealism (AS.010.312), recently curated the exhibit, Surrealism at Mid-Century. The exhibition features journals produced between the laste 1930s and early 1950s in Paris, London, New York, and Mexico. The exhibit was held at the MSE Library, M-Level, from April to June.
 
Workin' the Tease
May 8, 2014 12:18:00 PM EDT

Museums and Society student, Erin (Gloria) You, recently participated in a two-semester project through MICA's Exhibition Development Seminar (EDS) class, which resulted in an exhibition titled, Workin' the Tease: The Art of Baltimore's Burlesque....Click here to read more.

Award-Winning Faculty Article
Apr 22, 2014 11:11:00 AM EDT

Elizabeth Rodini's article  "The Politics of Marriage in Carpaccio's St. Ursula Cycle" has been awarded the Best Article Prize for 2013 by Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal. ...Click here to read more.