Museum Studies & Art History: Where Art History Ends and Culture Begins
Art isn’t neutral and neither are you.
Look beyond the surface and dive into discussion about art and its cultural context–investigating the why, how and who of artworks and art movements. Through an array of project-based discussion, students will uncover many exciting possibilities of pursuing art history. Projects may include: curating, op-ed articles, social media exhibition campaigns, generating educational programs, planning artist talks, virtual museum visits, artist research and presentations, creating wall text and more.
2021 ST.ART Intensive Concentration
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Possible supplies: ”This is What I Know About Art” by Kimberly Drew, “The Short Story of Art” by Susie Hodge, “Art: The Whole Story” by Stephen Farthing, “The Story of Contemporary Art” by Tony Godfrey, “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists” by Linda Nochlin
Students interested in the Museum Studies & Art History concentration might be considering these careers: gallery director, historian, events and programming coordinator, curator, conservator, museum educator, dealer, art advisor, asset manager, content coordinator
2021 ST.ART Intensive Concentrations
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