From Art History Major to Marketing Manager
March 10, 2023
Ava Miller '25
A series of marketing internships and a willingness to be open to new ideas paid off for Jessica Moskowitz, who handles media planning and buying of social media ads for Microsoft.
Chloe Lai Receives Fulbright to Taiwan
June 8, 2022
An art history and East Asian studies double major with an education studies concentration, Lai is constantly striving to learn more about pedagogy and language acquisition.
Watson Fellowship will take Madi Goetzke ’21 to Panama, Malaysia, Nigeria, and Brazil
May 7, 2021
Kyra McConnell ’22
Madi Goetzke ’21 will spend a year traveling the world as a Watson fellow to analyze the role of communally-based cultural heritage sites which double as UNESCO-designated World Heritage Sites.
A Career in the Creative Side of Journalism
March 4, 2021
Justine Goode ’16 has always wanted to work at a print magazine in either a design or an editorial capacity. Today, the former editor of the Grape, Oberlin's alternative student newspaper, is fulfilling both career goals at Vanity Fair.
From Pre-Med to Scientific Illustrator: Tiffany Fung '12
February 23, 2021
Jaimie Yue '22
Fung earned a master’s in scientific illustration at Zuyd University in the Netherlands. She recently founded Biotic Artlab, a medical and scientific illustration studio.
The Allen Memorial Art Museum Reopens
September 1, 2020
Late last month, a small group of new Oberlin faculty members stood in a large circle, six feet apart, in the King Sculpture Court of the Allen Memorial Art Museum. The invited group were among the first visitors inside the space since it closed in late March. This month the museum reopens with regular hours to members of the college community.
Taking Her Time: Master of Art History Candidate Michelle Fikrig ’18
July 7, 2020
Jaimie Yue '22
Fikrig is carving a niche by incorporating themes of reproductive and queer rights advocacy into art historical research.
Oberlin Holds Teach-in on the George Floyd Uprising
June 16, 2020
The panel session served as a space for faculty to share their perspectives and insights about the recent events.
Allen Memorial Art Museum Shares its Collections in New Ways
April 3, 2020
During the temporary closure of the museum, staff have embraced the challenge of moving education online. In the process, they are finding silver linings, including a broader audience for their programming and fewer constraints on how to present artwork.
Art History Students Selected to Present at Conference
March 4, 2020
Five art history students were selected from a pool of hundreds to present at the College Art Association (CAA) conference.