Students become skilled in utilization of narrative qualities and rhetorical persuasiveness as related to art historical writing and dialogue with art objects, spaces and performances. Through research-based courses, students cultivate connections between the studio arts and other fields of inquiry, intertwining visual, historical analyses with philosophical hypotheses and theoretical, political debates.
Art History majors at George Washington University develop skills that are applicable to a wide variety of careers. These skills include strong written skills, critical thinking and analysis, and expertise in art objects, spaces and performances. Graduates of the program have gone on to work in galleries, museums, foundations, academic institutions and companies, securing positions at the National Gallery of Art, the Phillips Collection, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, CulturalDC, and the Smithsonian Institute.
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