• 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 

    Minimalism (Fall 2020; graduate seminar; forthcoming)

    Museum Object (Fall 2020, undergraduate; forthcoming, co-instructed).

    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)

    The Global Sixties (Spring, 2019; graduate seminar)

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

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

    Postwar Italian Art (Fall, 2018; graduate 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)