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Art History at MSU 

The Art History faculty offer a comprehensive and innovative curriculum that seeks to foster a critical understanding of the production of art and its environment from ancient times to the present.  While maintaining a commitment to sound historical research, we work beyond the traditional boundaries of Art History to explore new perspectives that arise from intercultural exchanges, interdisciplinary approaches, and theoretical inquiries. At three full-time, four part-time, and several affiliated faculty, we are able to offer a full academic program for students who wish to pursue a B.A. and/or M.A. degrees. 


Click here to view and print the Art History Curriculum or Art History Minor Curriculum 

Click here to read more about the Dr. Regina Gee's Oplontis MOR Exhibit

Click here to see the videos from the Symposium on The Opolontis Exhibit at the Museum of the Rockies

study abroad wall fresco Professor Larkin lectures on Gianlorenzo Bernini's colonnades at St. Peter's Basilica, Rome for students enrolled in the School of Art's students abroad program, Spring abroad Villa research Gallery research installationProfessor Larkin chairs the annual interdisciplinary Graduate Student Research Symposium in Cheever Hall, 6 December 2013.Roman Fresco from Villa on study abroad Roman Villa Wall Fresco Research Musee national du Petit Trianon, Versailles.Dr. Gee lecturing in a social-distanced classroom.Dr. Gee lecturing in a social-distanced classroom.Dr. Gee examining a piece in an exhibit.

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