The Department of Art and Art History educates students in the richness and complexity of the visual arts.
Visual literacy is essential for informed participation and innovation within local and global cultures. Combining the disciplines of Studio Art and Art History, Art and Art History equips students to critically explore the interplay of culture, history, theory, analysis, and practice.
From Pleasure Quarters to the Realm of Spectacle: The Art of Ukiyo-e
A Poetry Anthology of Fish: Color, Print and the Book in Eighteenth-Century Japan
Above Sea/Underground:Contemporary Chinese Art in Global Shanghai and Beyond
"Glocal” Design Strategies in Contemporary Asian Art
Defective Things: Wabi Tea Aesthetics in Sixteenth-Century Japan
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- Location: Weingart 109