Art History

Students explored meaning of art in “PIECES and PARTS”

Inspired by an art history class, the exhibition relied on student and faculty collaboration.

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Taking the Long View: Art and Cultural Heritage in an Age of Terror

Willamette's 2015 fall lecture series explores the preservation of cultural artifacts amidst terror, destruction and colonization.

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Students advance research skills through summer LARC program

The summer program leads to curricular innovation, research experience for students.

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Abigail Susik credits her interest in art history to an unquenchable curiosity

Describing her classroom as an "unpredictable laboratory," art history professor Abigail Susik says the best part of her job is learning from her students.

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Student earns first Luce Scholarship

Christian Oldham ’14, MBA ’15 will spend a year in Japan studying ikebana.

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Jim Cuno '73 transforms a fascination with art history into a profession

How an inquisitive mind led Jim Cuno ’73 into one of the greatest museums in the world

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WU student works with Oregon State Hospital to open new art exhibition

Featuring art created by people with mental illnesses, "Works by Us, Words by Us" is showing at WU through March 14.

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Willamette students bring two art exhibitions to campus this month

To broaden people's definitions of art, students Ben Martin '16 and Emma Jonas '15 are bringing two exhibitions to campus this month.

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New museum exhibition features some of the world's oldest artifacts

The Hallie Ford Museum of Art celebrates its 15th anniversary by showcasing objects representing the world's oldest civilizations.

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