Opportunities & Careers

College Art Association (CAA)

What can I do with a degree in art history?

Career Alternatives
Career Guide
The Mother of all Art and Art History Links Page

Resources

Visual and library resources are available in the department’s Stanley G. Wold Resource Center and through the Morgan Library

Collections, exhibitions and Critic and Artists Series The Department of art maintains an active exhibition schedule that includes a biannual International Poster Exhibition and a Critic and Artists Series, which brings to the university leading contemporary artists, critics and exhibitions. Previous exhibited posters can be found archived in the Morgan Library collections.

International Poster Collection
Hatton Gallery
Curfman Gallery
University Art Museum

Research

Morgan Library art journal holdings
Morgan Library Special Collections & Rare Books
Research guide for students of art:

Local Arts/Cultural Centers
Fort Collins

Fort Collins Museum of Art (FCMOCA)
Fort Collins History Museum
Fort Collins “First Friday” 6-9 pm year round

Loveland

Loveland Museum & Gallery
Arts and Cultural Council of Greater Loveland
Chapumgu Sculpture Park

Boulder

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
CU-Boulder Art Museum

Denver

Denver Art Museum (DAM)
Clyfford Still Museum
Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe Drive (1st Friday)

Colorado

Mesa VerdeĀ