Department of the History of Art and Architecture News

Hutterer Talks Gothic Architecture in Sisters

Associate Professor in the History of Art and Architecture, Maile Hutterer, PhD, was a guest of the Deschutes Public Library on August 24 to explore the great gothic cathedrals of Western Europe. Participants were able to learn how medieval builders experimented with audacious structural daring to create awesome buildings that inspired and amazed their audiences.

HAA PhD Graduate Appointed as Associate Curator at the Utah Museum of Fine Art

On a cold January morning, University of Oregon (UO) alumna Emily Lawhead, PhD '22, was excited.

Exploring Jewish Art and Architecture with the College of Design

Learn more about HAA's newest course, Ancient Jewish Art and Architecture (ARH 321) and its guest speaker series.

New Faculty and Placements in the College of Design

The college celebrates new faculty and new placements for current faculty.

College of Design Congratulates Faculty on Tenure and Promotion

The UO has promoted 10 College of Design faculty members—a process that involves rigorous review and recognizes tireless commitment.

From the ‘City of Water’ to the Ghost-Monsters of Edo-Era Japan, Students Create a JSMA Exhibition

In an art history course, students helped design the exhibition "Rhapsody in Blue and Red: Ukiyo-e Prints of the Utagawa School."

College of Design Faculty Named Presidential Fellows in Humanistic Studies

Associate Professor Anya Kivarkis, Assistant Professor Nina Amstutz, and Assistant Professor Sylvan Lionni won the UO awards.

Maile Hutterer on the Reopening of Notre Dame after the Historic 2019 Paris Fire

The HAA assistant professor talks to InsideHook about seeing the 12th-century cathedral’s rescued art and artifacts in their original context.

Design Faculty Receive 2021 Faculty Research Awards

The Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation recognized Maile Hutterer of HAA and Kory Russel of Landscape Architecture.

Philosopher, Environmental Activist, Cultural Critic—Get to Know the New College of Design Dean

Oregon Quarterly features Dean Adrian Parr in 'Adrian Parr: An Explorer by Design,' a profile that follows her journey from the forests of Sydney to the forests of Eugene.