The School of Art, Design & Art History provides a stimulating and intimate environment for practicing, understanding, and advancing the visual arts. Grounded in traditional practices, the program encourages innovative and interdisciplinary approaches. Students develop critical thinking, artistic understanding, and technical skills for art professions or further studies. Emphasizing high professional standards, active community involvement, and small class sizes with faculty access, the program tailors to individual needs. Offering courses in various artistic media and art history, the curriculum fosters exploration before specialization.
School of Art, Design & Art History
Art history minor leads to prestigious Andrew W. Mellon Diversity in Conservation program
As a University of Tulsa student, Woods researched and cataloged artworks by Daniel Lang through TURC, shedding light on Lang's donated collection. Recognizing the project's importance for the museum field, Woods, before graduating in May 2023, gained acceptance into the prestigious Mellon Diversity in Conservation program, addressing diversity gaps through hands-on opportunities and mentoring.
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