Majors & Minors
Pursue a degree or take courses in art history, visual studies, and studio art.
Gain practical experience doing art-related work at cultural institutions, art museums, commercial galleries, or non-profit organizations.
Art on Campus
Several galleries on campus feature artwork from students as well as regional, national, and international artists.
The Thrill of Finding Your Imperfect Match: Queer Algorithms, Queer Futures, and the Reality Dating Program
Tuesday, October 25 at 5 p.m.
Morey Hall 321
Hunter Hargraves, an associate professor in the Department of Cinema and Television Arts at California State University, Fullerton, will give a talk exploring the interconnections between smartphone dating apps and reality dating programs. Sponsored by the Humanities Project, a program of the Humanities Center at the University of Rochester.Learn More
Our AAH clusters satisfy the divisional requirement in the humanities.
Art New York
Intern at a prestigious art, media, or cultural institution in New York City.
Sage Art Center
Located at the north end of campus, Sage Art Center houses the studio art program of the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Rochester. From casual interest to intensive investigation, we accommodate all students who wish to incorporate art-making into their range of experiences and interests. Visit our in-house gallery, join us for our annual Sagefest, and help contribute to the growing art scene on campus and in our city.
Arts integration in the classroom: Can it deepen students' understanding?
A partnership between City of Rochester schools and the Memorial Art Gallery leads to innovation in arts education and furthers the museum's mission to serve the Greater Rochester community.Continue Reading