|Field of Study:||Art History, Criticism and Conservation
|Description:||This program explores our visual world and its messages. Course topics range widely, from representations of sex and death in the Renaissance, to performing bodies in contemporary activist art, to China’s design revolution. You’ll learn the practice of slow looking, how to pose original questions of art works, and how to engage in creative research projects, including faculty/student curatorial projects and pop-up exhibitions in public spaces.
Are you interested in working closely with faculty mentors in labs and community settings on real-life challenges? Do you want to gain research experience for graduate studies, refine your writing for a professional career, or interact with peers who have similar academic interests and passions? Then the History of Art, Design & Visual Culture Honors program is right for you! This major can also be taken as part of a Bachelor of Arts degree.
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This estimate is based on one year of full-time study, and represents only the tuition cost.