As an Honors College student double-majoring in art history and arts management, María Carrillo-Marquina appreciates the backstory of the arts.
As the head of brand marketing at Skullcandy, this art history major from the College of Charleston has turned listening into an art.
Senior Patty Ploehn recently presented research with professor Nathaniel Walker at the Urban History Association's national conference.
Art history major Maria Carrillo-Marquina is getting hands-on experience this summer as an intern at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City.
One alumna co-founded an international nonprofit that works to address the nutrition requirements of some of the world’s most needy individuals – people living with HIV.
An art history scholarship launched in 2016 honors retiring School of the Arts Associate Dean Michael Haga.
Can a medium at the core of human expression be mastered by a computer? That's what art professor Marian Mazzone has been trying to find out.
As a winner of Belk's Southern Designer Showcase competition, alumna Rebecca McMenemy '07 is poised to see her jewelry line Surcee debut in Belk department stores in the spring of 2017.
"Hush Harbor: An Exhibition of Student Designs for a Monument to the Courage of Those Who Suffered During the Atlantic Slave Trade" is opening on May 6 in the third-floor hallway of the Albert Simons Center for the Arts. The design proposals, a project for an art history course, are for a memorial to be installed outside the future International African American Museum on Charleston Harbor.
The College’s Architecture & Art History Club brings subjects to life in Charleston. Currently, they're developing an educational curriculum for use in Charleston County schools.