Art History and Visual Culture


Students learn about the cultural, social, and political messages that lie within art's aesthetic beauty. Building from a foundation in the language of art, you will learn how the creative process is both influenced, and influenced by, the cultural context in which art is created. The program includes studio art courses and the School's proximity to museums and art galleries helps enhance the classroom.


NYC is an Art City

Graduates of this program have secured jobs at auction houses, advertising agencies, art galleries, or in arts administration. Others have gone on to graduate studies in art history, museum studies, art education, art restoration and conservation, and library science.

Faculty Contact

Dr. Clif Hubby

(212) 992-8397