Art History Student Society
The Art History Student Society is a student-run organization that promotes interaction with Los Angeles' cultural resources. Students visit Southern California museums and galleries, participate in museum college nights, and organize a Career Night with a panel of professionals from a variety of fields in art history.
Service Learning in Art History
As part of their coursework, students work with children from local schools to present interactive lessons that foster an appreciation of art and archaeology. Service projects provide valuable opportunities for students to synthesize and apply their knowledge of art history while serving the needs of the community.
Email Professor Colburn to learn more.
Peer Mentoring Program
Peer Mentors are outstanding art history majors who mentor students in select foundational art history courses. Their service includes leading study groups, supporting classroom activities, and contributing to a culture of academic and spiritual growth both in class and beyond.
Interested students may contact Professor Chiem.
Art and Art History Lecture Series
The Departments of Art and art History bring internationally renowned scholars, artists, gallerists, and curators to campus to discuss their research, scholarship, work, and the process.