At a Glance
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Graduates emerge primed for a wide range of art history careers, including:
- Archivist or archive manager
- Art conservation manager
- Art reference librarian
- Auction house manager
- Contributor to art criticism
- Museum educator
- Museum or arts administrator
- Museum or gallery curator
- Organizer for art exhibitions and events
- Researcher or photo editor
- Roles in cultural and historic institutions
- Teacher or lecturer
- Writer, editor, or publisher of art books and magazines
Art history degree program graduates may also go on to further studies at the doctoral level, preparing them for advanced positions in museum work and teaching.
For more art history career ideas, check out these related resources:
- The Top Eight Traditional Careers in Art History
- The Top Nine Nontraditional Art History Careers
- The Top Seven Self-Employed Arts Jobs for Art Historians