Heather McGuire is an Assistant Professor of Art History. She received her Ph.D. from Virginia Commonwealth University, where she held the Rhoda Thalhimer Research Assistantship. Her scholarship examines the interplay of language and images in late twentieth-century art, with particular focus on John Baldessari and Felix Gonzales-Torres. In addition to presenting conference papers, she recently co-chaired the Southeastern College Art Association conference panel "Art of Exchange." Additionally, she held a curatorial assistantship at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. She is currently working on an analysis of John Baldessari's Blasted Allegories.
She is currently working on an extended analysis of John Baldessari's Blasted Allegories.
History of Western Art I
History of Western Art II
Twentieth-century Art and Architecture
Modern and Contemporary Art I
Modern and Contemporary Art II
Art Since 1968, undergraduate
Art Since 1968, graduate seminar
BA University of Virginia
BFA Virginia Commonwealth University
PhD Virginia Commonwealth University