The Metallic Fiber Designs of Dorothy LiebesEMERGING SCHOLARS > SUMMER RESEARCH GRANTS By SARAH MILLS, Department of Art History, City University of New York This summer I pored over numberous swatches woven by Dorothy Liebes, now housed at the Smithsonian Institute’s Archives of American Art in Washington,...
REVISITING TAUNTON: THE CHESTS OF ROBERT CROSMANEMERGING SCHOLARS > SUMMER RESEARCH GRANTS By EMELIE GEVALT, Winterthur Program in American Material Culture, University of Delaware Generous funding from the Decorative Arts Trust facilitated essential foundational research on my Winterthur thesis this past...
Uncovering Philadelphia’s German History
Resurrecting the forgotten story of Philadelphia’s German population.
SEEKING EARLY KENTUCKY CULTUREEMERGING SCHOLARS > SUMMER RESEARCH GRANTS By DANIEL K. ACKERMANN, Department of Art History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill My dissertation explores Kentucky’s unique geographic, economic, and cultural position between North, South, East, and West...
An Expedition of Discovery in the Shenandoah Valley
REVIEW: FALL 2016 SYMPOSIUM
Yorkshire in the Age of Chippendale
REVIEW: FALL 2016 STUDY TRIP ABROAD
Trust Curatorial Intern Playing Important Role at MWPAI
The Decorative Arts Trust Curatorial Internship provides meaningful experience.