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Alumni Spotlight! Where are they now? Elizabeth Zanghi, FCRH ’15

Alumni Spotlight! Where are they now? Elizabeth Zanghi, FCRH ’15

Elizabeth Zanghi, FCRH ’15 I am a second semester graduate student in Paris, France. I’m working towards a Masters degree in Art History, specializing in Byzantine art, at the Sorbonne. Memories of Fordham Favorite Fordham Memory? My thesis defense! What do you miss most about […]

Reflections of an Art History Intern: Sofia D’Amico

Reflections of an Art History Intern: Sofia D’Amico

Japan Society Internship Experience By Sofia D’Amico, FCRH ’19 From working the electrifying exhibition opening of A Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints, to biting my nails at the volleying thousand-dollar bids placed by wealthy New Yorkers at a benefit art auction, to meeting […]

Lila Cook  ’21

Lila Cook  ’21

Lila Cook FCLC 2021 Student Bio Lila is a Freshman Lincoln Center Art History major from Tucson, Arizona. As the daughter of two professionally established Contemporary artists, and with a childhood steeped in the thriving Tucson arts community, Lila’s continued academic embrace of Art History […]

 ANNIE MUSCAT  ’20

 ANNIE MUSCAT  ’20

 ANNIE MUSCAT FCRH 2020 Student Bio Annie is a Sophomore Rose Hill Art History/Communications and Culture major from Orange County, California. Her lifelong passion for Art originated in a Montessori kindergarten project in which students were asked to create their own version of Michelangelo’s Sistine […]

LIAM OTERO, FCRH 2020

LIAM OTERO, FCRH 2020

Liam Otero FCRH 2020 Student Bio Liam is a Sophomore Rose Hill Art History major from Rutherford, New Jersey. His recreational and academic appreciation for the Arts began late in high school after his discovery of Modern artist David Hockney’s “A Bigger Splash” acrylic on canvas painting […]

“This Art Is Your Art” Competition – Now Open! Seeking innovative short videos to engage with art in the White House Collection

Today the White House Historical Association, Artsy, and the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation launched theThis Art Is Your Art competition. This is an unprecedented opportunity for university students in the United States to engage with the artwork and artifacts in our country’s home—the White House—by creating […]

Art History Minor, Suzy Sikorski is published in Art Asia Pacific

  Suzy Sikorski (FCRH ’16) is an International Political Economics major and an Art History Minor. Her review of the “White Cube…Literally” currently on view at the Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde in Dubai was published in the Art Asian Pacific. Art Asia Pacific magazine is the leading English-language periodical […]

Paid Summer Internship in NYC Museums

The studio in a School’s Arts Intern Program is now accepting applications for paid summer internships for summer 2016, providing exciting opportunities for students to work in New York City museums. This year, participating institutions include (list in formation): El Museo del Barrio The International […]