NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
RECENT NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Now out: Recommended courses for Spring 2023List of courses for archaeology majors and concentrators (PDF)
Fall Newsletter 2022
“Facing The Mannequin” – Digital Companion to the Museum Anthropology MA exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History
Dive into the unique backstories behind some of the mannequins still used in the dioramas in the Gardner D. Stout Hall of Asian Peoples, which opened in 1980 at the American Museum of Natural History. Find out how the dioramas were designed, the lifecasting process used to make mannequins and some of the problems they present. Plus much more at the link above.
Congratulations to our graduates!Congratulations to the class of 2022! Celebrating our students’ achievements, especially those graduates in archaeology through the Center for Archaeology’s interdepartmental program James Rice (GS Archaeology) Elliot Zayas (CC Archaeology concentration) Sara Reed...
BWOG piece on recent exhibitStudents from the class Science and Art in Archaeological Illustration recently showed their work in an end of year exhibit. The class is taught by Profs Tracy Molis and Zoë Crossland. Read BWOG’s report on the event here, and check out our gallery for more...
List of recommended courses for Spring 2022List of recommended courses for archaeology majors and concentrators, Spring 2022
THE LONGUE DURÉE
Holland Tunnel Newburgh presents The Longue Durée, the third exhibition by the multidisciplinary artists’ collective The International Society of Antiquaries.
Artists include Olivia Baldwin, JEFFREY L. BENJAMIN, Kyle Cottier, Elisa Pritzker, and Greg Slick.
Fall newsletter 2021
Art Properties Complies with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA)
The Department of Art Properties recently partnered with colleagues in Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library to conduct comparative research and write brief documentation on Native American works of art in the Columbia University collection…