From March 21 to 23, Cincinnati hosted the 2019 Midwest Art History Society (MAHS) annual conference and several UD students and alumnae participated. The conference was organized in part by MAHS co-chair Julie Aronson (Ph.D. 1995), Curator of American Paintings, Sculpture and Drawings at the Cincinnati Art Museum, and by MAHS Program Coordinator Liz Simmons (Ph.D. candidate), Research Assistant at the Cincinnati Art Museum. Delaware presenters at MAHS were:
Julie Aronson (Ph.D. 1995), "Art Academy of Cincinnati at 150: A Celebration in Drawings and Prints"
Galina Olmsted (Ph.D. candidate), "Gustave Caillebotte's Large-Scale Paintings, 1877-1884"
Liz Simmons (Ph.D. candidate), "Utility or Virtuosity? Problems of Function Versus Style in Volterrano's Preparatory Drawings"
Zoë Wray (graduate student), "Rethinking Human-Animal Relations through Inuit Graphic Arts"
Karli Wurzelbacher (Ph.D. 2018), "Hothouse Modernity: Joseph Stella at the New York Botanical Garden"