Carleton Art History Undergraduate Society (aka. CAHUS)
The Carleton Art History Undergraduate Society (aka. CAHUS) is committed to bringing together Art History and History and Theory of Architecture undergraduate students at Carleton University to form an engaging and culturally rich community. The society hopes to provide a forum to connect like-minded people and encourage networking opportunities with fellow students and faculty. The society strives to provide students with opportunities to gain experience that will benefit their future endeavours, through art-related events and collaborations.
If you are an undergraduate student in the Art History or History and Theory of Architecture programs, consider joining as an Executive Member or a General Member! CAHUS is an accredited club/society at Carleton, and therefore you can add your involvement in the society to your Co-Curricular Record (CCR), as well as your CV.
Past events include: Art parties at CUAG, Punk Night at the Diefenbunker Museum, Art and Architecture Walk Downtown, Terrarium Building Workshop with Terra Velta, Writing Workshops, Day in the Life of a Curator Tour.
Coming up this term:
Community and Connection Symposium
How do those working in the heritage sector in Ottawa approach questions of access, diversity, and inclusion in their work?
Event hosted by the Carleton Art History Undergraduate Society (CAHUS).
Date: March 30th, 2019
Time: 9:30AM – 5:30PM
Location: Ottawa Art Gallery, Alma Duncan Salon
Tickets are FREE