2021-22 Year in Review


The Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies’ 40-page Year in Review is a compilation of the 18 e-newsletters (NewsByte) sent out during the 2021-22 academic year detailing the Department’s activities and achievements. NewsByte was mined, collated, and re-edited to form a comprehensive review of the past year in the life of the Department. It was also re-designed as its own publication and is made available now as a downloadable PDF from the Department’s website.

In addition to standard Departmental news of faculty, staff, student, and alumni activities, we’ve highlighted some unique events: Richard J. Powell’s important 2022 A.W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts at the National Gallery of Art; a special 112-page report, Celebrating 10+ Years of Wired!; eight new faculty books; ten faculty exhibitions, including Stephen Hayes’ highly publicized sculpture installation, Boundless, and Beverly McIver’s first career retrospective, Beverly McIver: Full Circle; and the 2022 Commencement listing celebrating our undergraduate and graduate student degrees and awards. Within individual faculty sections we record equally important faculty promotions, grants, publications, distinguished professorships, and retirements.

John Taormina

Jack Edinger


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