What is Art History Education?

Art education is the area of learning that is based upon the visual, tangible arts-drawing, painting, sculpture, and design in jewelry, pottery, weaving, fabrics, etc. and design applied to more practical fields such as commercial graphics and home furnishings. Latest trends also include photography, video, film, design, computer art, etc. (wikipedia.org)

Why should I consider majoring in Art History Education?

An Art History Teaching career will begin with earning a bachelor's degree in Art History, or fine arts with an Art History concentration. A bachelor's degree is typically completed with four years of study. An additional state teaching credential may be required to teach in your desired district. Criteria for earning a teaching credential varies from state to state, and may take a matter of months, or up to two years. (education-portal.com)

What will I learn from studying Art History Education?

Teaching Art History can require a good deal of research, writing, critical thinking and presentational skills. While a good range of art skills and art ability is helpful, presently many teachers take advantage of technology to help teach lessons--PowerPoint, Photoshop and even Web editing skills can help make the life of an Art History Teacher easier. In addition to Art History knowledge, teachers often need a good background in the politics, and religion of the time and place art was created. (education-portal.com)

What interests and values are related to Art History Education?

  • Caring and Nurturing
  • Counseling
  • Critical reading and thinking
  • Leadership
  • Organizing
  • Persuading and influencing
  • Teamwork
  • Patience
  • Physical stamina
  • Verbal skills

What career fields are related to Art History Education?

  • Teacher, Elementary School
  • Teacher, Hearing Impaired
  • Teacher, Physically Impaired
  • Teacher, Visually Impaired
  • Teacher, Emotionally Impaired
  • Teacher, Mentally Impaired
  • Teacher, Vocational Training
  • Teacher, Learning Disabled
  • Teacher, High School and Middle School
  • Evaluator
  • Children's Tutor
  • Teacher, Home Therapy

How can I learn more about Art History Education?

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Contact Source:

College of Education & Human Development Academic Discovery Center

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Phone: 208-496-9850

Email: CEHDacademicdiscoverycenter@byui.edu

College of Performing and Visual Arts Academic Discovery Center  
Location: Manwaring 376  
Phone: 208-496-9870  
Email: CPVAacademicdiscoverycenter@byui.edu