Welcome to Art and Art History
In Art courses, we focus on the individual student's experiential development of the imagination and creative thinking processes as an integrating force in the liberal arts curriculum. Art History courses introduce a range of cultures and media, and provide the disciplinary grounding for the study and interpretation of art.
All of our courses in Art and Art History emphasize the study of original works of art in some of Washington’s outstanding galleries and museums; they also exploit contemporary technologies to expand students’ access to sources for learning around the world.
Reflecting the mission of Georgetown University, the Art and Art History programs aim to educate the whole person.
Department of Art and Art History
Walsh Building, Room 102
1221 36th Street NW
Washington, DC 20057
Tel: (202) 687-7010
Fax: (202) 687-3048
General Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative Assistant for Studio Operations
Professor John Morrell
Director of Undergraduate Studies in Art
Professor BG Muhn
Director of Undergraduate Studies in Art History
Professor Elizabeth Prelinger
Director of Art and Museum Studies M.A. Program
Professor Alison Hilton
Assistant Director of Art and Museum Studies M.A. Program
Professor Evan Reed
AMUS Fellow and Assistant to the Gallery Director