Art History

ELAC Art History Faculty Statement of Solidarity

ELAC Art History faculty are aware of our specific responsibilities as scholars in the humanities and we practice Art History as a critical discipline. Within this capacity, we can and will commit to do more to address the historical, political, and social dimensions of structural racism, discrimination, exclusion, and brutality against women, indigenous peoples, LGBTQIA communities, and all Peoples of Color. Therefore, we resolve to re-examine and modify our curriculum, pedagogy, and student support models to increase visibility and support equity for these historically underrepresented and marginalized groups.

 

NEW Museum Studies Certificate Program

The ELAC Art Department are proud to announce this new 21-unit certificate program in partnership with the Vincent Price Art Museum.

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Hope Flores

2016-2018
Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellow

Hope Flores (right) and Lauren Churchwell (left), 2016 -2018 fellowship recipients, pictured with past Mellon curatorial fellows
Hope Flores (right) and Lauren Churchwell (left), 2016 -2018 fellowship recipients, pictured with past Mellon curatorial fellows

 

Hope will work with mentor I curator Carol Eliel on exhibitions, collections, and programs in the Contemporary Art Department at LACMA. She will gain hands-on experience in the museum context while broadening her understanding of art and art history. Hope will also receive a yearly stipend and support in pursuing graduate level studies beyond the program.

 

Melissa Marinero, Yesenia Salazar, & Brian Xu

2016 Andrew W. Mellon
Summer Academy participants

Snapshots of the 201 6 Mellon Summer Academy
Snapshots of the 201 6 Mellon Summer Academy

 

Students took part in a one-week immersion program at LACMA. The Academy included workshops, tours, field trips and networking events with museum professionals. Participants gained insight into career options related to art and art history.