In 1991, the Departments of Art History, Film Studies, and Music joined together to form the School for Studies in Art and Culture.

Having three academic programs in one School allows students to take advantage of interdisciplinary approaches: we benefit from the shared knowledge of faculty in all three disciplines, in separate and common degree programs.

Students get early exposure to careers in art and culture through the School’s practicum programs.

The School also advises students who wish to pursue courses in an area of the visual and performing arts for a B.A. in Directed Interdisciplinary Studies.

For further information, contact the School.