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    When professor Bernardo Rios saw the late advocate-artist Corita Kent's work at Skidmore’s Tang Museum, he wanted to research the connections between her work and Chicano communities. He invited Lisa Moran '17 to assist in the summer project, and now, in a This is Skidmore podcast, they explain where their project will go next.
    Aug 19 2017
  • Blair+Warren
    Her two majors, her jobs, and her cocurricular activities provide "really great communities" for Blair Warren '17. View video
    May 11 2017
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    Professor Angela Commito will discuss archaeology in ancient Anatolia at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the Somers Room of the Tang Teaching Museum. (Image: detail of site from Labraunda showing inscription naming Mausolos, the son of Hekatomnos.)
    Nov 4 2014
  • Skidmore News
    In ExploreMore, more than 20 departments and programs will help first-year students and sophomores fully explore the opportunities that await them. It starts March 18, immediately after spring break.
    Mar 8 2013
  • Skidmore News
    An art history major who is heading off to London this fall to pursue a master's degree, Bryn Schockmel '12 has set her sights on a career as a fine arts curator specializing in the Renaissance period.
    Jun 28 2012
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    Check out Alumni and some current student happenings!
    Apr 10 2012
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    Photojournalists Margaret Bourke-White and Lee Miller covered the same environment--World War II--in markedly different ways. Beth E. Wilson of SUNY College at New Paltz will share her research on these modern photojournalists in a talk April 18 in Davis Auditorium.
    Apr 15 2011
  • Skidmore News
    She will use the recently opened Tang exhibition, Environment and Object in Recent African Art, which she co-curated, as a starting point for a broader discussion of contemporary trends in African art.
    Feb 20 2011
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    The politically motivated pornographic caricatures attacking Marie-Antoinette during the French Revolution have received considerable attention from a number of scholars. Art historian Laura Auricchio will share research on the nature and success of these images.
    Mar 28 2010