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.



19th Roland Batten Memorial Lecture: David Macaulay

  “Illustrating Architecture from the Inside Out”

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Four students dancing in Cohen Hall


UVM Opens Michele and Martin Cohen Hall for the Integrative Creative Arts

Michele Resnick Cohen, UVM ’72, and her husband Martin Cohen, have made several gifts totaling $7 million to transform the Elihu B. Taft School—located at the corner of South Williams and Pearl streets on the edge of campus—into UVM’s first integrated center for the creative arts.

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Steve Budington's solo exhibit at Whittier College

Steve Budington, Associate Professor in studio art, has a solo exhibit at the Green Leaf Gallery of Whittier College in Whittier, California. The exhibit is titled Here from There and will be up from September 4th until October 12th.

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