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We aim to provide the support and skills you need to realize your potential. Whether you're seeking career opportunities, looking for financial support or simply curious about majoring in the arts, we can point you in the right direction.

Our community partnerships, internship opportunities and research resources help you prepare for careers through hands-on experience. In addition, our commitment to inclusive excellence continually pushes us to widen our scope of resources to ensure an exemplary experience for students while preparing you to make a positive impact in your communities. 

Essential Resources

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Check the PioneerWeb portal for essential documents, registration info and other student essentials.


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Access our online learning management system to find syllabi, assignments, deadlines and more.


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Find electronic profiles of students, faculty, staff, alumni and organizations across campus.


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Equity and Inclusion

DU's ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusive excellence aims to build a community where all are welcome.

Equity and Inclusive Excellence

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Disability Services

DU's Disability Services Program is dedicated to removing barriers to educational success in order to foster a more inclusive student experience.

Disability Services

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Visual Media Center

The Visual Media Center (VMC) provides digital imaging services to students for learning, research and teaching purposes. Digital images produced or purchased by VMC are accessible through the Office of Teaching and Learning's DU CourseMedia. Anyone in the DU community can request to have still images added to DU CourseMedia for educational purposes. There are four graduate teaching assistants (GTAs) in the VMC.

If you have questions about the VMC, contact the Director, Heather Seneff or the Assistant, Meagan Callahan. The VMC is located in room 122 in Shwayder Art Building.

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Community Partners

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    Denver Art Museum

    We partner with DAM curators, directors and facilitators (and have since 1950) to offer courses related to DAM exhibitions and provide students with connections to internship and employment opportunities. Students also have opportunities to take classes directly from Denver Art Museum curators.

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    Clyfford Still Museum

    The Clyfford Still Museum displays the work and explores the life of abstract expressionist Clyfford Still. We're lucky enough to have the Clyfford Still conservator, James Squires, teach our Introduction to Art Conservation class. This partnership also enables internship opportunities to pre-art conservation majors. 

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    Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art

    The Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art at DU is available to students for research and conservation practice. All of our student-led research for the Kirkland Museum is permanently archived.

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    Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver

    The Museum of Contemporary Art offers volunteer and internship opportunities to students at Denver's primary cutting-edge art hub.

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    Museo De Las Americas

    Museo de las Americas is the premier Latin American art museum in the Rocky Mountain region. This partnership extends volunteer and internship opportunities to students. 

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    Downtown Aurora Visual Arts

    Are you passionate about working with kids? Downtown Aurora Visual Arts provides arts education to urban youth ages 3-17 in Original Aurora.

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    Additional Opportunities

    Our network of alumni maintain close ties with a variety of art institutions. Speak with faculty about your interests and possible contacts. We also offer advice on locating internships.

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The Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP)

The School of Art & Art History participates in the SNAAP survey, which is designed to enhance the impact of arts-school education. Visit the SNAAP website to learn more about the value of an arts degree and the lives and careers of arts graduates.

See the SNAAP Survey Results

Travel Grants

The School of Art & Art History has a small fund to help defray the expense of art history graduate research for Masters Research Papers (MRP). Grants typically range from $100–$500. These funds come from an endowment started by art history alumni. Either scan and email your application to or put it in Annette Stott’s mail drawer in the Faculty Lounge.

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