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Installation view of "The Darkroom in the Digital Age" exhibition, curated by graduate students Danielle Canter and Meghan Angelos in 2019. (Photograph courtesy of Danielle Canter)
The Department of Art History and faculty offices are located in the Old College building, which it shares with the University Museums and the Art Conservation Department. Old College is situated adjacent to the Department of Art & Design facilities, the Mechanical Hall Gallery, and the Winterthur Program in American Material Culture, and the proximity of the buildings is conducive to a sense of artistic community. Some lecture courses and seminars are conducted in Old College.
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