Art Education and Art History

The Department of Art Education and Art History in the College of Visual Arts and Design is committed to enhancing students’ understanding of contemporary and past visual art forms. Within and between its comprehensive degree-granting programs, the department provides students and faculty with the opportunity to examine global artistic production, relevant technologies, critical methods, learning theories and innovative approaches to pedagogy and knowledge acquisition.

The Department of Art Education and Art History offers the following degrees in Art Education:

The department also offers a graduate academic certificate in Art Museum Education.

See the Avista Medieval Graduate Symposium website.

SEE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF SOME OF OUR STUDENTS AND ALUMNI!

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Department of Art Education and Art History
College of Visual Arts and Design
1155 Union Circle #305100
Denton, TX 76203
aeah@unt.edu
940-565-4777

Department head: Kelly Donahue-Wallace

Student accomplishments

Sarah Travis, Dr. Amelia Kraehe

Art education doctoral student Sarah Travis and art education professor Dr. Amelia Kraehe published a co-authored paper in 2016 in The Urban Review titled Equity, the Arts, and Urban Education.

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Art Education

Art education doctoral student Sarah Travis and art education professor Dr. Amelia Kraehe published a co-authored paper in 2016 in The Urban Review titled Equity, the Arts, and Urban Education.

Alumni accomplishments

Bevin Butler presented at Texas Medieval Association annual conference

Bevin Butler, Art History BA and MA alumna, presented at the Texas Medieval Association annual conference, which took place on the campus of UNT. She is pictured here with current Art History MA student LauraLee Brott.

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Art History

Bevin Butler, Art History BA and MA alumna, presented at the Texas Medieval Association annual conference, which took place on the campus of UNT. She is pictured here with current Art History MA student LauraLee Brott.