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Spring Roundtable on Careers: The World Beyond the Major

The Department of the History of Art and Architecture hosts an annual roundtable event for students and colleagues, featuring professionals from a variety of fields that relate to the discipline of art and architectural history, entitled: The World Beyond the Major.


Previous Themes & Keynote Speakers
 
Amy Herman: The Art of Perception
March 28-29, 2016
 
March 28, 12:30-2:30 PM: Art History careers round table with Amy Herman
March 28, 5-7 PM: "The Art of Perception: Moving Beyond the SBAR"
Interactive lecture for nursing students on using art to hone skills of observation and communication.
March 29, 2-4 PM: A museum seminar at the Mead Museum for nursing students
March 29, 6-7 PM: "The Art of Perception"
 
 
Art History: A Progressive Force in Education
March 10, 2015, 4:30 PM | Integrative Learning Center S131
 
"Art History as an Antipoverty Initiative"
Keynote Presented by Jack Cheng, Ph.D., Academic Director and Art History Instructor, Clemente Course/Bard College
 
“Learning from Crystal Bridges: A Random Assignment Evaluation of School Visits to an Art Museum” 
Brian Kisida, Senior Research Associate, University of Arkansas
 
“Breaking Down Boundaries: Strategies for Engaging Diverse Audiences at the Springfield Art Museums“ 
Heather Haskell, Director, Springfield Art Museums