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What Art History Students Learn

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Studying Art History in Canada

Art history students learn various methodologies of approaching art with a critical eye, allowing them to develop a visual literacy and an understanding of the interactions between art and society. The debates and occasional controversy engendered by art criticism teaches students to think critically and to communicate their ideas effectively. The discipline originally encompassed traditional forms of visual expression such as painting, drawing and sculpture, but has since expanded to include photography, architecture, folk art, video, decorative arts, digital imaging, and performance. Depending on the institution, students may be able to study not only the visual culture of Western civilization but also that of various regional and indigenous cultures.



Study and Work in Art History in Canada

Study Art History in Canada
What is Art History? Discover similiar and related programs and universities in Canada offering Art History degrees.


Art History Admission Requirements
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