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Art History

Explore the visual arts

Program Description

The minor in Art History is an enrichment program for students desiring recognition of accomplishments in the visual arts without the commitment required for a major in art.

What can you do with this minor?

Students will be prepared to work professionally in a field that may benefit from expanded study in the visual arts or art history.

Degree Requirements

For complete minor requirements, follow this link.

Opportunities at ESU

  • Student Organizations. Join your artist community in clubs such as the Clay Guild, Glass Guild, Photo Club, National Art Education Association (NAEA), and American Institute of Graphic Artists (AIGA).
  • Art Galleries. Emporia has two galleries, the Norman R. Eppink & Gilson Memorial Galleries. Come be inspired by local and national pieces!
  • Student Exhibitions. Present your best work at the Annual Juried Student Exhibition, and admire the work of your peers.
  • Art Forum Visiting Artists Lecture Series. Come listen to and meet outstanding artists from around the country. 

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View student work in eight studio concentrations: ceramics, engraving, glass forming, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture.

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Phone + Email

(620) 341-5246

artuser@emporia.edu

Address + Location

Building

King Hall 010D

Address

Campus Box 4015
Emporia, KS 66801