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Welcome to the Department of Art History & Art Conservation

The Department of Art History and Art Conservation is the place at Queen鈥檚 to explore and understand our visual world, past or present. Home to a diverse array of distinguished scholars in the fields of global arts, architecture, museum, and material studies, we are a dynamic community of faculty, students, and staff engaging in creative, rigorous and socially-engaged teaching and research. Whether it鈥檚 in an intimate seminar room or at the Venice Biennale, our students gain valuable learning experiences that prepare them to be innovative thinkers and leaders in the arts and cultural sector - and beyond. 

The Department offers undergraduate (B.A.) and graduate (M.A. and Ph.D.) degrees in Art History, as well a Master of Art Conservation (M.A.C.).

 

Our Programs

Art History Undergraduate Program

B.A. in Art History

Art History Graduate Programs

M.A. and Ph.D. in Art History

Art Conservation Program

Master of Art Conservation

Interested in our Graduate Programs?

For information about the M.A. and Ph.D. programs, requirements, funding, application procedures and more, please contact Prof. Una D'Elia, Chair of Graduate Studies, Art History. For a student's perspective on the program and information about housing and student life, please contact Hailey Chomos, M.A. student and Graduate Ambassador. For information about our Master of Art Conservation program, please contact Stefanie Killen, Art Conservation Graduate Assistant.

Chair of Graduate Studies, Art History

Email Prof. Una D'Elia

Art History Graduate Ambassador

Email Anna Douglas

Art Conservation Program Assistant

Email Stefanie Killen

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