Student News & Resources

October 22, 2014
  “Erasing Fin de Siècle Vienna: The 1943 Gustav Klimt Retrospective and the Remaking of an Artistic Hero.” Dr. Morowitz will be an invited speaker at Duke University's Speaker Series, "Art, Conflict and the Politics of Memory". The series is organized by the Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies and will take place on Fri Nov 7 2014 from 2:30 to 6:00 PM. The series is set up [...] Keep reading →
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April 4, 2014
Later this month, Wagner College art history professor Laura Morowitz will be one of the presenters at a very special scholarly conference, “Strange Beauty: Masters of the German Renaissance,” being held in London’s National Gallery. “In England, the old-fashioned — and culturally chauvinistic — term for 14th and 15th century German art was ‘primitive’,” Morowitz said. “There’s [...] Keep reading →
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January 17, 2014
Wagner College arts alumnus Robert Geronimo ’09 is no stranger to us folks who follow Wagner media. In 2008, Geronimo won the Art Department’s Robert Gaffney Memorial Grant, given each year to support student work in the arts at Wagner College. He used the grant to help stage an exhibition of his work the following spring, “All Their Engines,” along with fellow degree candidate Sirena LaBurn. [...] Keep reading →
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December 2, 2013
From art major to graphic designer, Colleen talks about how she combined her interests into an exciting career. [...] Keep reading →
Port Richmond Clean Up Day 16x9
May 14, 2013
Steven Agro, a Wagner College student taking Anna Mulé’s “Video Storytelling” class this semester, made a short video of Port Richmond Economic Development Scholar Jared Leff talking about the Port Richmond Clean Up Day he spearheaded at the end of April. Working out of El Centro del Inmigrante, a member of the college’s Port Richmond Partnership, Wagner participants joined with local schools, [...] Keep reading →
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May 13, 2013
This year, a Wagner College Intermediate Learning Community combined classes in art history (Museum Studies, taught by Dr. Sarah Scott) and anthropology (North American Archaeology, taught by Dr. Celeste Gagnon) to learn about museum ethics through hands-on study of an archaeological collection. The results of the ILC’s studies are on display in the Horrmann Library’s Spotlight Gallery in an exhibition [...] Keep reading →