DIRECTORIES OF GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN THE ARTS NOW AVAILABLE!
CAA has published new editions of Graduate Programs in Art History and
Graduate Programs in the Visual Arts, directories of 650 graduate programs in six countries. Graduate Programs in Art History covers the following four program types: History of Art and Architecture, Arts Administration, Curatorial and Museum
Studies, and Library Science. Graduate Programs in the Visual Arts comprises Studio Art and Design, Art Education, Film Production, and Conservation and Historic Preservation.
The comprehensive directories provide vital information to prospective
graduate students and also serve as key professional references for
career-services representatives, department chairs, graduate and
undergraduate advisors, librarians, and professional-practices
educators. Readers can draw important conclusions from these facts,
such as the competitiveness of a program based on the number of
applications received and accepted. To give you a better sense of the
content, look at these
three sample entries.
Organized alphabetically by school name within each program type, entries describe:
Faculty and specializations
Library and studio facilities
Opportunities for fellowships, assistantships, and financial aid
Availability of health insurance
The directories are available in the following digital and print formats:
Four-program print volumes, Graduate Programs in Art History and
Graduate Programs in the Visual Arts
Downloadable PDFs of individual entries
Ebooks of individual program types
print volumes of the following six program types: History of Art and
Architecture, Studio Art and Design, Art Education, Arts Administration,
Curatorial and Museum Studies, and Film Production
For more details and to order the directories, visit the CAA
website. If you have any questions, please contact Roberta Lawson at 212-392-4404.