University of Vermont

The College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Art and Art History

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Courses in Art and Art History provide opportunities to pursue specific interests while developing an interdisciplinary understanding of the visual arts.

Department of Art and Art History

The Department of Art and Art History offers three programs of study: Studio Art, Art History, and Art Education.

Majors in Studio Art and Art History are chosen by students seeking an excellent foundation for a liberal arts education as well as by those aspiring to graduate study or careers in the arts or arts administration.

The Art Education Program combines coursework in Studio Art and Art History with requirements that lead to a license to teach in public schools, or work in alternative environments such as private schools or museum education.

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12-04-2017

Yale Radio interviews Associate Professor Steve Budington

Praxis Interview Magazine's Brainard Carey interviewed Steve Budington, associate professor in studio art at the UVM Department of Art and Art History, about his recent and in progress paintings and other studio work. The audio interview was featured on Yale Radio and can be heard at the following link, where you can also read ...

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10-10-2017

Screening of feature film "Kairos Dirt & the Errant Vacuum" by Madsen Minax at Vermont International Film Festival

The feature film Kairos Dirt & the Errant Vacuum by Madsen Minax, Assistant Professor in Time-based Media at the UVM Department of Art and Art History, will be screened at the Vermont International Film Festival. Madsen will be skyping in for a Q and A following the screening.

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