After a grueling deliberation by the judges, John Traub was selected for the breadth and significance of his work combined with his very strong core ID skills. John will represent Notre Dame at the IDSA Midwest Conference to be held in St. Louis next weekend April 1-2, where he will present his work in front of a crowd of over 500 regional professionals, educators and students.
According to The Art Bulletin’s recent centennial anthology, this 1996 article is one of the top 32 essays “that made a difference to us as art historians and as people”—considered among the “greatest hits” since the journal’s debut.
Monday, March 21st is the deadline to submit essays for the Riley Prize in Art History and Criticism. Bring essays to 306 Riley Hall by 4:00pm.
Also, March 21st is the deadline for student submissions for the annual BA Show. Bring works to the Isis Gallery by 3:00pm.