Art History and Studio Art News

Prof. Lila Yawn Publishes Article on Methods of Medieval Scribes

Lila Yawn specializes in the history of medieval art in Italy and in perceptions of the Middle Ages today.

Faculty Development Funds Support John Cabot University’s Outstanding Professors

Faculty Development funds have been supported by a generous donation from the Paul and Maxine Frohring Foundation and have been awarded to professors for research and professional projects during the 2014-2015 academic year.

Professor Peter Flaccus Holds Solo Art Exhibition in Capri

The project, entitled "Ritorno a Capri" is sponsored by the Intragallery of Naples, and the U.S Consulate.

JCU Student Giosuè Prezioso and Professor Ilaria Gianni Curate the 2015 Apulia Land Art Festival

Art History student Giosuè Prezioso and JCU Professor Ilaria Gianni have been invited to curate the 2015 Apulia Land Art Festival – and Giosuè was asked to present this year’s program at the 68th edition of the prestigious Cannes International Film Festival in May.

What’s Next for the Class of 2015? Meet Nine of our Recent Graduates

Now that the Class of 2015 has graduated, see where nine of them are headed next.

Studying Art History Abroad: Understanding Visual Culture in Context

Visiting Art History Major Lydia Greenberg from Oakland, California, shares her Study Abroad experience.

John Cabot University Celebrates 2015 Student Award Ceremony

President Franco Pavoncello, Vice President and Dean Mary Merva, and Vice President Andrea Giummarra praised this year's group of winners, not just for their impressive academic achievements, but also for the many ways in which they have contributed to the growth of John Cabot University.

Meet Study Abroad Alumna Alice Coyne

A Journalism and Art History major from Freehold, New Jersey, Alice studied abroad at John Cabot University in Spring 2014.

Side-by-Side: Works by Marina Haas and Gianluca Esposito, Curated by Serafino Amato

The first show of 2015 in the Side-by-Side series curated by Professor Serafino Amato opens with an encounter of works by German-born Marina Hass and Italian-born Gianluca Esposito.

Feeding the Planet: a Photo Exhibition on the Hidden Work of Women Farmers by Sharon Ketchum

Sharon Ketchum Presents her Photography Exhibition on the Hidden Work of Women Farmers at JCU

JCU Student Silvia Bezzi Develops Communication Material for University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Italy

JCU Communications Major Silvia Bezzi created two brochures for Italy's branch of UPMC, one of the leading nonprofit health systems currently active in the U.S.

JCU Goes Global With Direct Exchange Program

JCU Goes Global With Direct Exchange Program.

Art For Art’s Sake: Meet Art History Alumna Anna Prosvetova

Anna Prosvetova is currently pursuing her Master's in History and Business of Art and Collecting at IESA, Paris / The University of Warwick, UK.

JCU Art Professors Amato, Pettit, and Schoneveld Exhibit in Umbria

On December 21st, 2014, three John Cabot University art professors, Serafino Amato, William Pettit, and Jochem Schoneveld, along with Veronique Bellavista, inaugurated an exhibition of their works in the Renaissance Palazzo della Corgna in Città della Pieve, in Umbria.

Art Professor William Pettit to Present His Research on Natural Pigments at Experimental Archaeology Conference in Dublin

Studio Arts professor William Pettit will be presenting his research on natural pigments at the 9th Experimental Archaeology Conference at University College Dublin on January 16, 2015.