As part of your studies you may work as a docent or get involved with an exhibit at the Wellin Museum of Art, a new and acclaimed facility. You could secure an internship at the nearby Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, home to an important American art collection, or at a museum in New York, Boston or other great art city. You may collaborate with professors on work that leads to publication or to a student-curated exhibition.
Teddy Altman ’15 was an art-history-loving high school student who came to Hamilton College to be part of the new Wellin Museum of Art. It’s been near total immersion for him – he is a Wellin docent and monitor and serves as president of the Wellin Initiative for Student Engagement.More >>
Kenley Stark ’11 found her niche through an internship she had in college, where she doubled-majored in art history and philosophy. She’s pursuing a law degree and a master’s in art history at Duke University.More >>
Hamilton graduates who concentrated in art history are pursuing careers in a variety of fields, including: