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815 North Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Telephone: (518) 580-5054
Office Hours Spring 2013
Mondays: 10:00-12:00 pm and Fridays: 9:00-10:00 am, by appointment.
See Prof. Hauser for: signature on study abroad forms, major/minor forms, and AP credit.
STUDENTS, PAST AND PRESENT
|Laura Beshears, an art history major from the class of 2007, will attend Tufts University this fall for a master's program in art history and museum studies. She plans to study modern and contemporary art at Tufts and work in museums after her studies are completed. In 2010, The Journal of American Culture published a paper she wrote titled, "Honorable Style in Dishonorable Times: American Gangsters of the 1920s and 1930s." It was originally a paper written for Professor Jolly's Ad/dressing the Body course.|
|2012 - Skidmore Alum, Dr. Anna Piperato was recently hired by High Point University as assistant professor of Art History and the first ever art historian at HPU. Check out her story here.|
|Anne Auchinchloss, class of 2013, minor in Management and Business, was awarded a SEE grant to intern at Vogue magazine in the Fashion Editorial department this summer.
|Celia Caldas, class of 2014, will intern at the famed Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas, this summer (2012). Working in the Education and Public Programs area, Celia will assist education and visitor services staff with programs and initiatives designed to provide a range of opportunities for visitors to connect with the art and vision of Chinati.
|Layla Durrani, class of 2014, double major in Studio Art, has been admitted to SIAMS (The Summer Institute in Art Museum Studies at Smith College) for summer 2013, and is a recipient of a full fellowship.
|Lauren Heffernan, class of 2013, will be interning at Saratoga Arts this summer (2012) in the education department for credit towards her arts administration minor. Saratoga Arts is a non-profit arts service organization dedicated to developing and promoting a thriving year-round cultural environment in Saratoga Springs-area communities.
|Hilary Knecht, class of 2013, minors in Arts Administration, Honors Forum, and Italian, was awarded a SEE grant for a curatorial Internship at Olana State Historic Site & Bureau of Historic Sites, New York, and a collections management internship at Peebles Island Resource Center, New York, this summer.
|Dylan Lustrin, class of 2013, minor in German, will be taking part this summer in Object Lab, a material studies program organized and funded by the Chipstone Foundation, Milwaukee for third and fourth year undergraduate students. It exposes participants to new and diverse means of interacting with, studying and analyzing objects from the past. Started as an annual event in 2009, this year’s program brings students together with a range of scholars from the fields of Art History, History, History of Science and Art, as well as practicing artists, designers and manufacturers. Students will benefit not only from time with scholars, artists and manufacturers but also from hands-on exposure to objects from the collections of the Chipstone Foundation and the Milwaukee Art Museum. To view videos of previous Object Labs please visit our Artbabble page at http://www.artbabble.org/series/object-lab.
Dylan has also been awarded a SEE grant for Summer 2013 to work in Germany.
|James Lyness, class of 2013, will be working at MOMA, New York, this summer in the Education Department's Teen and Community Program.