The Undergraduate Art History Society
Originally from eastern Washington, my interest in Art History developed while volunteering in England. When I returned to the states, I began tutoring ESL students at Mukogawa Women's University and I have looked for opportunities to combine my enthusiasm for art with teaching. Currently, I lead regular tours at the Henry Art Gallery and work as a program coordinator at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. I will receive a BA in Art History this spring, and I look forward to pursuing a graduate degree in museum education.
I am a senior Art History major focusing on medieval art. After I graduate, I plan on attending graduate school and obtaining my PhD so that I can teach at the university level and conduct research. My primary interest in medieval art is the relationship between images and religion, relics/reliquaries, and the role of the city of Jerusalem in the development of Christianity. Some of my favorite courses at UW are: Art in the Age of the Cathedrals, The Medieval Image, American Art, and Rubens. I'm always hanging around the Art Building, so if you see me, feel free to say hi!
I am a senior Art History major focusing on modern and contemporary art. Currently I am interning for the Shoreline and Lake Forest Park Arts Council. I am planning on attending graduate school for museum and gallery studies.
Born in San Diego, CA but raised in Mexico. I am a feminist artist influenced by the Mexican culture, its music and its artistic scene in the southeast. I studied at Central Saint Martin College of Art and Design in London and recently
participated in the Netherlands Study Abroad Program through the UW school of art. Currently I am a junior pursuing a double degree at the University of Washington as a Women Studies and Interdisciplinary Visual Arts major.
Senior in Art History, I love creating, looking, and talking about art. I find it in my everyday experiences and now I've have been able to find all sorts of possibilities in the arts. My favorite art museum is the Frye Museum, it's free! You can find me giving animated tours at the Henry Art Gallery and read my art posts on TWIF and blog. I spend my school days at the Art Library so if you see me around we should get tea.