Art History Society

The purpose of the Art History Society at the University of North Texas is to foster the appreciation of artworks and art criticism. The Society extends membership to all currently enrolled UNT students, and encourages scholars of all disciplines. The Society meets for group discussions, museum field trips and art lectures.

To find out more, visit the Art History Society website or Facebook Group.

Student accomplishments

Jungwan Kim - Art History

Art history student Jungwan Kim took second place in the Arts & Humanities category of the Scholars Day writing competition. Jungwan's paper, "The Image of Mexico in Letters from Mexico: Hegemonic Relations between the US and Mexico in the Late Nineteenth Century," features research completed during her art history senior research seminar. CVAD is pleased to announce that Jungwan has decided to pursue her Master's degree in art history here in the fall.

Art Education and Art History
Art History

Art history student Jungwan Kim took second place in the Arts & Humanities category of the Scholars Day writing competition. Jungwan's paper, "The Image of Mexico in Letters from Mexico: Hegemonic Relations between the US and Mexico in the Late Nineteenth Century," features research completed during her art history senior research seminar. CVAD is pleased to announce that Jungwan has decided to pursue her Master's degree in art history here in the fall.

Alumni accomplishments

Lynda Wilbur AEAH

Lynda Wilbur enjoys providing meaningful gallery and art-making experiences for students and adults at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas. As Manager of Tour Programs, she coordinates school tours, teaching resources, and works with a team of educators to engage visitors with innovative tours and workshops. Program launches this year include Skype distance learning school tours and "Scope out Sculpture" on Periscope.

Art Education and Art History
Art Education

Lynda Wilbur enjoys providing meaningful gallery and art-making experiences for students and adults at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas. As Manager of Tour Programs, she coordinates school tours, teaching resources, and works with a team of educators to engage visitors with innovative tours and workshops. Program launches this year include Skype distance learning school tours and "Scope out Sculpture" on Periscope.