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Image Picker for Section 0 Activities/ARTH-Winterthur_Chinese_Object_Workshop-060617-027.jpg<p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>Professfor Vimalin Rujivacharakul led a worshop at Winterthur Museum in the summer of 2017 administered by the Smithsonian Freer|Sackler Asian art galleries. Here she is working with a student to examine a Chinese export object. <br></p>Professor Vimalin and student looking at an object 2019/doctoral-hooding-2019a.jpg<p>​Front row, from left: Michele L. Frederick (PhD '19), Professor H. Perry Chapman, Caitlin Hutchison (PhD '19), Professor Lawrence Nees, Jeffrey Richmond-Moll (PhD '19), and Professor Wendy Bellion at the doctoral hooding ceremony, May 31, 2019 (photograph courtesy of Wendy Bellion)</p>Doctoral Hooding Ceremony 2019 Activities/ArtinFocus_McCarthy.JPG<p>​Undergraduate student and Museums intern AnnaLivia McCarthy leads a public discussion as part of the Art in Focus series. The photograph is by Leon Levinstein, <i>Untitled</i> (Man in Suit, Woman in Furt Coat), ca. 1954. <i></i></p>AnnaLivia stands next to a black and white photograph, pointing towards to highlight some of its formal qualities Art History at 50/Art-History-50th_087.jpg<p>​Wayne Craven<br></p>​Wayne Craven Old College/ocl02-1853.jpg<p>​Old College, as it looked between 1853, when the cupola was added, and 1902, when the side pavilions were built. This photo, which includes a glimpse of the newly-constructed Recitation Hall at the right, must have been taken after 1892 and before 1902. (photo © University Archives and Record Management, University of Delaware)<br></p>Old College, ca. 1892-1902 Student Lecture Series/GSLS_Lord.JPG<p>​Members of the GSLS committee with Russell Lord, who delivered the annual William I. Homer Lecture. Lord's talk was titled, "Looking Again: Photography's Many Histories" on May 10, 2018 (L-R) Dorothy Fisher, Gabriella Johnson, Bridget Killian, Russell Lord, Anne Cross, Zoe Weldon-Yochim, Christine Bachman (photo by Cory Budden)<br></p>A group standing at the front of a classroom, one is holding up a copy of Russell Lord's book Events/Social Justice.1.jpg<p>​M.A. student Bridget Killian (far right) led a panel discussion on Social Justice and Art in Delaware on March 1, 2018. The panel featured (from left) Matthew Pillischer of the YWCA, Carmita Kelley of the Prison Arts Program, Michael Kalmbach of the Creative Vision Factory, and Emily Artinian from Network Delaware and Street Road Gallery. <br></p>The panelists at the front on the classroom.

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