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Dr. Lauren Kilroy-Ewbank and Dr. Beth Harris at the Templo Mayor, Mexico City

How do we create a field of Public Art History?—by Dr. Lauren Kilroy-Ewbank, Pepperdine University

Many thanks to Dr. Lauren Kilroy-Ewbank for this post. Lauren is Associate Professor of Art History at Pepperdine University, as well as Smarthistory’s Contributing Editor for Latin American Colonial and Native American/First Nation Art, a contributor to Smarthistory’s Precolumbian art resources, and a member of the Smarthistory board. You can read the original post on her […]

Special Delivery: Valentines from AP Art History students at Colville High School

Smarthistory got some very sweet mail the other day: a packet of hand-made valentines from the AP Art History students at Colville High School in Washington State. Instructor Tracey Delyea (pictured here with Beth and Steven at a College Board event) uses Smarthistory regularly in her class. We at Smarthistory especially love meeting and hearing from […]

Robert Smithson, Spiral Jetty, 1970, Great Salt Lake, Utah

AP AH & Smarthistory meet 1 year on—by Dr. Esperança Camara

Many thanks to Esperança Camara, Associate Professor of Art History, University of Saint Francis and Smarthistory’s Contributing Editor for Mannerist and Baroque Art, for this post about our meeting with the AP Art History Teachers on the occasion of the first grading session of the new AP Art History curriculum. It was an unusual scene. In Salt Lake City last […]

Using SmartHistory to Generate Good Conversations in the Art History Survey —by Karen Gonzalez Rice, Connecticut College

Smarthistory has contributed to the transformation of student engagement in my Renaissance-to-the-Present survey classroom. For many students, this survey may be the only art history course that they take in college, and my most important learning goal is that they leave the course with the ability to talk about unfamiliar artworks they encounter outside the […]