Graduate Art History AssociationAHA Symposium
The Art History Association regrets to announce that its annual graduate student symposium and its associated keynote lecture by Dr. Nii Quarcoopome scheduled for Saturday, March 28, 2020 have been cancelled.
The Graduate Art History Association, fondly referred to by many as AHA (as in, Eureka!), is an official organization acting as a social and academic support network for graduate students within IU's Department of Art History.
Our goal is to foster a strong academic environment that encourages graduate students to pursue a variety of sound, creative approaches to art history while engaging meaningfully with peers, faculty, and the greater communities to which we each belong.
In service to these goals, AHA organizes an entirely graduate student-run annual symposium, hosts professional development workshops, and broadly distributes calls for papers and job postings via our active listserv. AHA also works to cultivate a sense of community through peer-mentoring, orientation programs, travel to nearby museums and institutions, and other social events.
AHA is open to all graduate students with an interest in Art History.
President: Clare Mills
Vice-President and Symposium Chair: Elizabeth Tuggle
Social Chair and Brown Bag Coordinator: Amanda Bugbee
Fundraising Chair: Leah Chizek