Expanding on the tradition of the Art Studio program’s annual show, this exhibition highlights the dynamic nature of UC Davis’ graduate programs in the arts and humanities. “from this point forward” features 28 graduate students from seven departments including Art History, Art Studio, Creative Writing, Design, History, Music, and Theater and Dance, are featured in this unique multi-disciplinary exhibition.
This event gives outstanding undergraduates from Bay Area institutions working in all areas of art history – from antiquity to 1970s New York, from the Czech Republic to Mumbai, India – an opportunity to present their research.
Professor Talinn Grigor and her Art History 25 (Understanding Architecture) students occupied the Shrem canopy to display their final project – architectural models / think-pieces on the nature of architecture.
80 AHI25 students collaborated on the assignment as teams and jointly produce and then presented their thesis as well as their think-piece or architectural model which focused on an issue they felt strongly about and its relationship to architecture..
Art History alumna Jennifer Dasal, a Sacramento native, offers insight into various aspects into the world of art through her new podcast series titled “ArtCurious.”
Recently she appeared on Capital Public Radio’s “Insights” to talk with host Beth Ruyak about some of the most captivating stories her program has covered and what she has learned from the Sacramento art scene.
Katharine Burnett and her former grad student, Wan Kong (UCD MA 2013), were contributors to the book that won the 2016 George Wittenborn Memorial Book Award from the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) for best art book of 2016!
Neal Benezra and Jock Reynolds are UC Davis Alumni who were featured in the College of Letters and Science news. Both are museum directors who give insight on the accessibility of museums as well as their time at UC Davis.
Katharine Burnett represented UC Davis’ Global Tea Initiative for the Study of Tea Culture and Science (for which she is the Founding Director) with a booth at the International Tea Fair in Xiamen, China on October 22-24, 2016. The Xiamen Tea Fair is arguably the world’s largest annual tea fair (1 million square feet of displays). At the fair, Katharine met experts, scholars and collectors active in the tea industry and promoted the new UC Davis initiative on the study of tea.