13th Annual Symposium CFP

Displacement: Art through the Lens of Borders and Exchange The Council of Graduate Art Historians (CoGAH) at Arizona State University will be holding its 13th annual Art History Graduate Symposium on Saturday, April 6, 2019. “As both a material and conceptualizing space, the border is a locus that maps power relations and control; it is a…

12th Annual Symposium CFP

A Modern Day Salon de Refusés: Reconnecting with the Rejected Saturday, March 24th, 2018   The Council of Graduate Art Historians at Arizona State University is pleased to announce “A Modern Day Salon de Refusés, Reconnecting with the Rejected”, their 12th annual graduate student research symposium.  This year, the symposium will again be held at…

CFP: 11th Annual Symposium

How Long is Now? Locating Time in Art, History, and Practice April 1, 2017 The Council of Graduate Art Historians at Arizona State University is pleased to announce the 11th annual art history graduate symposium. This interdisciplinary symposium will explore concepts of time and contemporaneity within the past, present, and future of visual and material…

R(ECO)NNECT: Symposium Graduate Presenters

CoGAH is proud to announce the graduate presenters selected for this year’s 10th anniversary symposium, R(ECO)NNECT: Bridging Art and Sustainability, which will take place at ASU Art Museum on March 18, 2016: Edgar Cardenas, Arizona State University, PhD, School of Sustainability – “R(eco)nnecting to a Sustainability Aesthetic” Flint Collins, University of Louisville, PhD Candidate, Contemporary Art – “Documentary…

10th Annual Symposium Call For Papers

R(ECO)NNECT: Bridging Art and Sustainability The Council of Graduate Art Historians at Arizona State University is collaborating with affiliates of ASU’s well-distinguished Global Institute of Sustainability (GIoS) to host its 10th Annual Art History Symposium on March 18, 2016 at ASU Art Museum. This year’s theme is art, ecology, and sustainability, and we invite graduate students from…

Brittany Corrales Thesis Defense

Come support Brittany Corrales on Tuesday, April 21st at 1pm as she presents her thesis, “#Spectacular: Art in the Experience Age.” View the full flyer here: Corrales Defense Flyer

Elnaz Bokharachi Thesis Defense

Come support Elnaz Bokharachi on Monday, April 20th at 2pm as she presents her thesis, “Displacement, Belonging, Photography: Gender and Iranian Identity in Shirin Neshat’s The Women of Allah (1993-7) and The Book of Kings (2012).” View the full flyer here: Elnaz Bokharachi Defense Flyer

Colleen Bache Thesis Defense

Come support Colleen Bache on Friday, April 17th at 11am as she presents her thesis, “Sinful Lust and Salvific Virginity in Central Italian Imagery of the Second Eve.” View the full flyer here: CBache Thesis Flyer

Danya Epstein Thesis Defense

Come support Danya Epstein on Thursday, April 2nd at 9am as she presents her thesis, “Pathology and Imagination: Ingres’s Anatomical Distortions.” View the full flyer here: Epstein Defense Flyer JC REV