FRIENDS OF ART HISTORY
So Nearly Lost: Japanese American Photography Between the Wars Jan 12th @ 4 pm UCI HG 1010
After War: Re-imagining American Landscapes and Bodies in the Wake of the World Wars
Paid On-Campus Research Internship Opportunity w Prof Glebova! Deadline Monday, January 5th, 2015
Internship Applications now accepted for the Bowers Museum. Deadline Dec 22nd!
On -campus internship opportunity with Professor Whiting! Deadline Friday, December 12th, 2014
Internships at the Getty! Applications due February 1st, 2015.
Like books/reading? Kids? Add value to your community and your life by volunteering w/ Sonora Elementary School librarian-&UCI AH Alum- Emi
Why Art History?
One more reason why you are (or should be) an Art History major at UCI! Report finds great value in caring profs like ours.
Thinking of med school? Why you should consider majoring in Art History at UCI...
The study of Art History at UCI prepares students for future leadership roles by helping them to develop essential leadership skills.
First place essay contest winner Michelle Maasz answers the question. "Why Art History?"
Second place essay contest winner Karina Chiu answers the question. "Why Art History?"
Third place essay contest winner Karen Cody answers the question. "Why Art History?"
Museum & Gallery Events
So Cal Museum Events Compilation prepared courtesy of AHUA President Golzar Yousefi.
Map to Local Area Museums
Friends of Art History Events
Congratulations & News
Seats available in Professor Whiting and Nisbet classes!
Welcome to Professors Betancourt and Glebova, our newest faculty members to join the Dept of Art History!
Katherine Chastain will be teaching for Teach for America this fall in Oakland CA! Congratulations, Katherine!
UCI Art History major, Perseus Laurent, attended the LACMA Mellon Fellowship Summer Academy this past summer.
UCI Art History Alum Michelle Maasz works as Development & Humanities Commons Coordinator in the School of Humanities here at UCI!
Many Thanks to Our wonderful Friends of Art History for all the terrific support they provide our students!
Thanks to OCMA's Dan Cameron and Genny Boccardo-Dubey for the recent private tour of CALIFORNIA LANDSCAPE INTO ABSTRACTION...
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