UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS
The Department of Art and Art History at the University of Connecticut offers intensive degree programs to prepare individuals for the numerous careers in the arts. Our goal is to provide the finest professional training through classroom and studio instruction.
BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS CONCENTRATIONS
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ART SPACES & COMMUNITY
The arts are everywhere at UConn! With multiple exhibition and performance venues, the arts are happening every day on campus. The UConn Arts community extends around the globe, with our alumni working in the arts and related professions in New York City, Boston, London, and more.
Contemporary Art Galleries makes art available to the university community and extending to the regional community by providing an ongoing and internationally recognized series of changing exhibitions.
The William Benton Museum of Art draws largely from its collection of over 6,500 works of art, the Museum presents exhibitions of art dating from the 15th through the 21st centuries. The museum also holds special exhibitions, gallery talks, campus art walks, academic and non-academic discussions, musical performances, and family programs.
LATEST ART NEWS
- Professor Chris Sancomb’s work on ‘Solar Tree’ featured in UConn Today
- 2021 BFA Exhibition
- Visiting Artist Lecture: Inverted Landscapes by Rebecca Najdowski
- Call for Submissions- UConn Grief Project
- Annual MFA Sale – Live Now
- UConn Art & Art History Virtual Info Session
- Artist Talk 11/6 – Laura Splan
- 2020 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition
- Assistant Professor Elizabeth Athens named 2020-2021 UCHI Fellow
- Pneuhaus Interdisciplinary Workshop & Lecture 2/25
- 11/19 How the Anthropocene is Changing Our Minds
- Prof. Betsy Athens presenting at Homer at the Beach exhibition