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About Art & Art History


The Art & Art History program offers three majors and minors:

Students are presented the opportunity to display their artwork at the Pool Art Center or the C-Street Gallery, both of which are open to the public during the monthly Art Walk. Those interested in the arts can pursue their interests with organizations like Student Advocates for the Arts.

By majoring in the arts, students can take courses in a variety of art forms including photography, painting, graphic design, ceramics, sculpture and more. Students are also encouraged to engage in research in their chosen discipline and study abroad to prepare for graduate studies in the arts. 

Art & Art History Grants

The Art & Art History program awards activity grants up to $1,000 to students. Recipients of these grants serve as student assistants, many of them in the Pool Arts Center Gallery, installing and hosting monthly exhibits.

Art and Art History activity grants are renewable if you maintain a GPA of 3.0 (B) or better and participate with student assistant duties. Students must be a major in art history, fine art, or graphic & digital design to receive and maintain the grant.

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Contact Us

Rebecca Miller

Program Director, Art & Art History

Professor of Art & Art History

PAC 207

Office: (417) 873-6337

rmiller01@drury.edu

Contact Us

Rebecca Miller

Program Director, Art & Art History

Professor of Art & Art History

PAC 207

Office: (417) 873-6337

rmiller01@drury.edu