Learn to analyze and discuss art and artistic methods at the Academy of Art University’s School of Art History. Here you will understand form and expression in our fine art studios, while gaining a deep and rich knowledge of history and cultural context in the art history classroom. Turn your passion for art history into a career.
Greg Gandy | Art History
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Colin David Hill | Art History
Cynthia Hamiltion | Art History
Carole Belliueau | Art History
Ramesh Chindam | Art History
Shape the future of the industry with any of our flexible learning programs.
One of our many facilities open to Art History students.
Art History Director
As an art researcher, you'll work in a publishing house, museum, gallery, or institution studying and compiling information on a specific subject to be used in publications, presentations, or exhibitions.
As a corporate art consultant, you'll work with private corporations as an art buyer, assessor, and art investor to assess potential additions to the collection. Understanding works of art as both a financial investment and as part of a growing collection, you'll help create a portfolio of art that speaks to a specific message.
Work in an auction house appraising a variety of art pieces, and help collectors and galleries grow their collection as an art appraiser. With your knowledge of historical and artistic significance, you’ll set the pace for the art world and its value in the cultural landscape.
As an art history teacher, you'll teach a variety of topics including everything from survey courses to focused seminars at the high school or university level.
As an art writer/reviewer, you'll work in a publishing house reading and reviewing art-related materials. Working in teams, you'll fact check, revise, and edit everything from articles to books.
As a museum or gallery curator, you'll work as the content specialist in charge of the institution's collection. Interpret the material, organize its exhibition, and provide historical context through materials, catalogs, and labels.
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