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UMASS Dartmouth Art History Student Activities

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STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Student Activities

Art History students organize and participate in numerous activities and events specific to the discipline of art history and visual culture.

Art History Student Club Art History Club Charter

The Art History Club is the student organization on campus for those interested in art, its histories, and its role within societies. By coordinating educational events, building relationships amongst students and the university community, and fostering the ideals of civic engagement, members will build the essential skills required to advance and achieve within the professional and academic fields. Each meeting will be an exchange of ideas, diverse opinions, and values. All students are encouraged and welcome to attend. 

The Art History Club’s Facebook page is an active and vibrant forum for students and faculty to share their passion for the visual arts as well as to participate in the larger conversation within the global art community.  Keep up to date with your Art History classmates.  Join Now!

 

Undergraduate Student Research

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An Undergraduate Journal of Art History and Visual Culture. 
Volume 1/Fall 2014

Established in 2014, Campanile is an annual journal of art history and visual culture produced by undergraduate students in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. It features the work of young art historians, designers, and artists as well as selected articles presented at the Art History Department's annual undergraduate symposium. Stimulating intellectual discussions among undergraduate art historians and art practitioners, the journal gives students an opportunity to hone their skills in all phases of journal production, from editorial processes to design.
Campanile is supervised by the faculty at the Department of Art History and is funded by the Office of Undergraduate Research at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.

 

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