ARTH 492

Curatorial/Art History Research Practicum

This semester-long course allows students to work with an art history professor on a project related to the history of art or visual culture. The work may include: the planning and implementing of an exhibition in Kittredge Gallery or another venue on campus; cataloging and researching works of art belonging to the Puget Sound art collection; art education or other initiatives that connect the community and visual arts on the Puget Sound campus. Students develop research and writing skills that aim to provide a context for artistic works and make them accessible to the public. This course is designed for second year students and above.

Prerequisites: One 200- or 300- level art history course at Puget Sound and permission of instructor.