About the Art History Program
The Art History Program at Denison offers courses for a Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A). The program is designed to identify and develop critical awareness, in accordance with the general aim of a liberal education. This program provides students with the opportunity for instruction and practice in the visual arts as preparation for graduate studies and professional pursuits in this field.
The Art History Program location is in The Bryant Center for the Arts at Cleveland Hall on the northern side of the Fine Arts Quad. Faculty offices, the Academic Administrative Assistant's office and the Visual Resource Center are all located on the fifth floor.
The Denison Museum, located in Burke Hall, houses large Burmese and Chinese collections, Cuna Indian Art, prints, drawings and paintings from the Renaissance to the Contemporary period. These collections, as well as the exhibitions in the Gallery, frequently are used for study. Programs encourage exploration of the collection and the rotating exhibitions by teachers, students and staff.
What do Art History majors do after Denison?
Art History Program graduates use intellectual abilities and communication skills to pursue careers in education, media, publishing, fashion or business. In addition, some continue into careers in graphic design, museum and conservation work and professional development as working artists.
Joanna Grabski, Chair, Art History Program
Voice: (740) 587-6230
Fax: (740) 587-8621
510 Bryant Arts Center
Granville, Ohio 43023