• TEACHING

    2020 Honors Thesis Mentor Award Nominee, Florida State University.

    Read Dr. Bick's Thesis Student-Faculty Mentorship Profile Here.

    Courses Instructed

    Florida State University, Department of Art History 

    Graduate Courses

    Pop Art (Fall 2021 forthcoming seminar)

    Contemporary Arts of Africa and Its Diasporas (Spring 2019 and 2021, lecture)

    Art History Through Artists' Texts (Spring 2021, seminar)

    Minimalism (Fall 2020, seminar)

    The Global Sixties (Spring 2019, seminar)

    Postwar Italian Art (Fall 2018, seminar)

     

    Undergraduate Courses

    Art History Methods (Fall 2021, forthcoming seminar)

    Art After 1940 (global context; Summer 2021, lecture)

    Contemporary Arts of Africa and Its Diasporas (Spring 2019 and 2021, lecture)

    Museum Object (Fall 2020)

    Undergraduate art history course on instructions-based art. Co-taught with Director of Galleries and Assistant Curator at the Museum of Fine Arts at FSU, Meredith Lynn)

    Undergraduate Honors-in-the-Major Director, modern and contemporary art history (2019–20; two students)

    Contemporary Art and Artistic Labor (Fall, 2018; seminar)

     

    Washington College, Department of Art History

    Contemporary Arts of Africa and Its Diasporas (Spring, 2018; cross-listed with Black Studies)

    The Global Sixties: Art, Revolution, and Internationalism in the 1960s (Spring, 2018; upper-level seminar)

    Introduction to the History of Western Art (Fall, 2017; Spring, 2018)

    Women Artists and Gender in Modern and Contemporary Art (Fall, 2017; upper-level seminar)

    Art History and Postcolonial Theory (Fall, 2017; upper-level seminar)

     

    University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Art History

    The Global Sixties: Art, Revolution, and Internationalism in the 1960s

    (Summer, 2017)

    Contemporary Art: 1940s/1950s (Summer, 2016)

    Contemporary Arts of Africa and Its Diasporas (Summer, 2013)

    Teaching Art History (Graduate seminar; Fall, 2009)