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Visual Arts Department

The Visual Arts Department is the center for the study and practice of contemporary art. Approaching contemporary art as a cultural prism though which all manner of inquires pass—literary and historical, scientific and social scientific, ethical and spiritual—the department supports creative work as a vital element of liberal arts education. A courageous willingness to engage significant issues through art and an insistence on the value of diverse intelligences—these are the touchstones of the department’s courses, exhibitions, lectures and related programming. Visual arts courses are designed to encourage the beginning student to explore the creative experience of visual art in a variety of media and aesthetic concepts.

Located adjacent to the studio classrooms, the Emory Visual Arts Gallery exhibits five to seven contemporary art shows each year, including an annual student exhibition in April. The gallery is a place where innovative work is shown for the benefit of the university and the larger Atlanta community, with a particular interest in artists whose work may not be familiar to a regional audience. Our public programming also includes outstanding lectures, panels, and screenings by leading artists, curators, and scholars. Recent and upcoming solo exhibitions and lectures include presentations by Joel Leivick, Dawoud Bey, Ruth Dusseault, Martha Rosler, Eve Andrée Laramée, Radcliffe Bailey, Alice Aycock, Pat Ward Williams, and Janine Antoni, among many others, in addition to our own nationally distinguished faculty.

Faculty

Chair/Director
Linda Armstrong
P7512905
Senior Lecturer

Education

  • BFA, Atlanta College of Art, 1973
  • MVA, Georgia State University, 1978

Department

  • Visual Arts, Core Faculty

Academic Interest

  • three-dimensional design
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Kieran Moore
P6810478
Lecturer

Education

  • BFA, College of the Dayton Art Institute, 1974
  • MFA, University of Arizona, 1988

Department

  • Visual Arts, Core Faculty
Core Faculty
Linda Armstrong
P7512905
Senior Lecturer

Education

  • BFA, Atlanta College of Art, 1973
  • MVA, Georgia State University, 1978

Department

  • Visual Arts, Core Faculty

Academic Interest

  • three-dimensional design
Jason Francisco
P8061959
Associate Professor

Education

  • BA, Columbia University, 1989
  • MA, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1994
  • MFA, Stanford University, 1998

Department

  • Visual Arts, Core Faculty
Diane Kempler
P2671094
Senior Lecturer

Department

  • Visual Arts, Core Faculty

Academic Interest

  • ceramics
Julia Kjelgaard
P7565834
Senior Lecturer

Education

  • BA, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1977
  • MFA, University of Michigan, 1987

Department

  • Visual Arts, Core Faculty

Academic Interests

  • drawing
  • painting
Kieran Moore
P6810478
Lecturer

Education

  • BFA, College of the Dayton Art Institute, 1974
  • MFA, University of Arizona, 1988

Department

  • Visual Arts, Core Faculty

Courses

Visual Arts 100-Level Courses
ARTVIS 104: Drawing
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Offered in a two year rotation. Credit, four hours. This course uses the tools and concepts of drawing to develop skills in representation and observation. Students will acquire skills with the fundamental of visual observation, and the extrapolation to visual problem solving. Concentration is placed study from nature, the figure, architecture and utilization of drawing tools to express figurative to abstract ideas.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
ARTVIS 105: Drawing & Painting I
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Offered every semester. Credit, four hours. This course uses the tools and concepts of drawing and painting to develop skills in visual thinking. The fundamentals of visual observation and articulation are developed through visual problem solving. Historical and contemporary skills in observation and articulation are combined with research and analysis. Concentration is placed study from nature, the figure, architecture and utilization of drawing and painting tools to express figurative to abstract ideas.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 106: Photography I
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

This course will use the small-format camera and black-and-white film to introduce fundamental issues in photography and visual thinking. Topics will include 35mm camera use, film developing, darkroom and printing skills, image selection and presentation, an overview of the history of photography both inside and outside of the discourses of art, and the importance of language in the interpretation of photographic images¿all toward the larger goal of entering into a meaningful practice in photography.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 107: Film, Video & Photography I
General Information
Credit Hours
3
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
FILM 107: Film, Video & Photography I
Course Description

Creative as well as technical problems in these related media are examined; techniques in using cameras, projectors, and video editing equipment.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Seminar
Weekly Contact Minutes
175
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 108: Ceramics I
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Offered every semester. Credit, four hours. This course is designed to introduce students to the discipline of hand building in Ceramics. Students will learn the technical processes involved in forming and firing centered on fundamental sculptural concerns. Basic glaze and clay chemistry will also be covered. These techniques will be explored in the context of history of ceramic art history and in its contemporary concerns and theory.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 109: Sculpture I
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Offered every semester. Credit, four hours. A course designed to provide a firm grounding in the rudiments of sculptural practice. Drawing on historical, aesthetic and technical strategies of generating and understanding sculpture, students are guided toward the realization of three-dimensional form. Students are exposed to an overview of processes, tools, and materials used in sculpture. The relationship of ideas to materials and construction techniques is explored. Students are instructed in the safe use of power and hand tools.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 110R: Foundation Drawing
General Information
Credit Hours
3
GERs
None
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Foundation Drawing focuses on principle strategies essential to basic drawing skills.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
175
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 180: Special Topics: Study Abroad
General Information
Credit Hours
1 - 4
GERs
None
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Study abroad course
Weekly Contact Minutes
variable
ARTVIS 180W: Special Topics: Study Abroad
General Information
Credit Hours
1 - 4
GERs
WRT
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Study abroad course
Weekly Contact Minutes
variable
Writing Requirement
Yes
Visual Arts 200-Level Courses
ARTVIS 204: Introduction To Media Studies
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
HSC
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
FILM 204: Introduction To Media Studies
IDS 204: Introduction To Media Studies
Course Description

Examines mass media (photography, film, music, news reporting, radio, TV, video games) through a variety of approaches in the humanities and social sciences. This course is required for the minor in Media Studies.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture and Related Component
Weekly Contact Minutes
150
Scheduled Related Component
Film Screening with discussion
Weekly Contact Minutes in Related Component
100 - 140
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 205R: Drawing And Painting II
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
ARTVIS 105: Drawing & Painting I
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Offered every semester Credit, four hours. This course builds on the tools and concepts of drawing and painting and expands skills in observation and imagination. This course incorporates intermediate levels of conceptual and aesthetic awareness, creative problem solving, aesthetics and critical thinking with emphasis on 20th and 21st century aesthetic practices and theory. Rotating subthemes allow this course to be repeated for credit.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 206R: Photography II
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
ARTVIS 106: Photography I
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Following a theory-practice model, this course will engage key issues in visual thinking and photographic practice, using a discrete photographic technology to explore a significant topic. Rotating topics include documentary photography, the interpretation of urban geography, experimental practices, and photographic books; rotating techniques include the 4x5 view camera, digital SLR and imaging software, and non-silver processes. Coursework includes critical readings in photography and visual culture, and significant exposure to historical and contemporary photography.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 207R: Film, Video, & Photography II
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Students will learn documentary video production techniques. These will include location recording and interview techniques, nonlinear editing, and basic audio-visual communication strategies. Students will be required to attend screenings and are expected to produce a professional quality, short documentary video.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
175
ARTVIS 208R: Ceramics II
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
ARTVIS 108: Ceramics I
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Offered every semester. This course will include experimentation and creative problem solving within the field of hand-built ceramics. Students will learn intermediate technical processes in forming, firing and glazing. Ongoing research into ceramic art history, and its contemporary context is an important part of the course. Rotating sub-themes allow this course to be repeated for credit.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 209R: Sculpture II
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
ARTVIS 109: Sculpture I
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Offered every semester. Credit, four hours. This course explores the sculptural relationship between content and form. Contemporary sculptural practice is emphasized in both practical and theoretical terms. Students will continue to investigate the relationship of ideas to materials and construction techniques. Students will develop individual aesthetic and conceptual solutions to the problems posed in assignments. Rotating subthemes allow this course to be repeated for credit.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 210: Contemp Art Issues Workshop
General Information
Credit Hours
3
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

The emphasis in this course will be on the exploration of contemporary issues in relationship to art being produced in the twenty first century. The axis being the artist as they view art making and art theory practices. By examining the art, critical texts and the ever-changing culture/context the student will have a more complete view of the art world.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
175
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 215: Chinese Art, Culture and Society through Calligraphy
General Information
Credit Hours
3
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
CHN 215: Chinese Art, Culture and Society through Calligraphy
EAS 215: Chinese Art, Culture and Society through Calligraphy
Course Description

This course introduces students to Chinese calligraphy in its artistic, cultural & historical contexts. Combining systematic hands-on practice w/ reading, writing, & research, it engages students in examining the aesthetic values, intellectual metaphors, & moral criteria that calligraphy embodies.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
150
ARTVIS 290: Special Topics: Study Abroad
General Information
Credit Hours
1 - 4
GERs
None
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Study abroad course
Weekly Contact Minutes
variable
ARTVIS 290W: Special Topics: Study Abroad
General Information
Credit Hours
1 - 4
GERs
WRT
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Study abroad course
Weekly Contact Minutes
variable
Writing Requirement
Yes
Visual Arts 300-Level Courses
ARTVIS 305R: Drawing and Painting III
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Offered once a year either either in the spring or the fall semester. Credit, four hours. This advanced course uses the tools and concepts of drawing and painting to develop skills in research and project development as well as advanced skills in drawing, painting and mixed media. Written documentation, oral presentations, critique skills and studio skills that support independent research are developed. Emphasis is placed on an extended series of works placed within the historical continuum. This course may be repeated for credit.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 306R: Advanced Photography
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

The most advanced course in the photo curriculum, the goal of this course is for each student to realize an in-depth self-designed body of work. The course is critique-only, and rigorously paced. Major tasks of the course include learning to assess the evolution of a project, adapting form and content to the challenges of artistic discovery, addressing editing and presentational issues as core creative tasks, closely studying other photographers for their initiatives and lessons, and above all understanding how to make images, objects and texts collaborate toward a ¿whole¿ statement. All photographic technologies are open to use, and all presentational formats, including exhibition, book, and web/DVD.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 308R: Ceramics III
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Offered once a year. In this advanced course, students will continue to develop their skills, ideas and techniques in ceramic hand-building. Emphasis is placed on in-depth study and development of an independent body of work within the context of the contemporary ceramics field. Rotating sub-themes allow this course to be repeated for credit.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 309R: Intermediate Sculpture
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Offered every semester. Credit, four hours. This course focuses on individual student inquiry into advanced sculptural practices utilizing the concepts, histories, practices, and potentialities of the field. Advanced level allows students to assume a greater role in defining the parameters of projects in terms of theory/concept and content in anticipation of 400 level classes.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 310: Advanced Drawing
General Information
Credit Hours
3
GERs
None
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

This advanced course explores concepts in drawing including new materials, mixed media, and contemporary approaches to space, scale and installation. Exploration of diverse materials and techniques supported by theoretical examination, written documentation, oral presentation, critical writing and independent research is required. Emphasis is placed on an extended series of works placed within the historical continuum.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
175
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 311: Advanced Painting
General Information
Credit Hours
3
GERs
None
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Credit, three hours. This course explores advanced concepts in painting including new materials, mixed media, and contemporary approaches to space, scale and installation. Exploration of diverse materials and techniques supported by theoretical examination, written documentation, oral presentation, critical writing skills and independent research. is required. Emphasis is placed on an extended series of works placed within the historical continuum.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
175
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 313: Advanced Printmaking
General Information
Credit Hours
3
GERs
None
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Credit, three hours. This advanced course explores the history, processes and theory of printmaking and its relationship to Drawing and Painting. Explorations of traditional to experimental techniques based on the theory of the relationship of the traditional print matrix to type, books, photography and digital printing will be explored. Creative problem solving supplemented by theoretical examination, written documentation, oral presentation, critical writing skills and supporting independent research is required. Emphasis is placed on an extended series of works placed within the historical continuum. Rotating sub-themes allow this course to be repeated for credit.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
175
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 315: Advanced Video
General Information
Credit Hours
3
GERs
None
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Students will learn advanced video production techniques and strategies. Additional attention placed on theoretical and conceptual components of video as well as technical. Students will be required to attend screenings and are expected to produce a professional quality, short video.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
175
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 333R: Multidiscipline Design Studio
General Information
Credit Hours
3
GERs
None
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
150
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 385: Documentary Film Making I
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
FILM 385: Documentary Filmmaking I
Course Description

Prerequisite: FILM 270. This course introduces students to basic technical digital video film making skills (camera operation, lighting, sound recording, non-linear editing) and to interview techniques through weekly exercises and study of major, creative documentaries. Weekly studio lab sessions required.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture and Related Component
Weekly Contact Minutes
200
Additional Course Plus Component
Group meetings
ARTVIS 390: Special Topics: Study Abroad
General Information
Credit Hours
1 - 4
GERs
None
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Study abroad course
Weekly Contact Minutes
variable
ARTVIS 390W: Special Topics: Study Abroad
General Information
Credit Hours
1 - 4
GERs
WRT
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Study abroad course
Weekly Contact Minutes
variable
Writing Requirement
Yes
ARTVIS 395: Documentary Film Making II
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
FILM 386: Documentary Film Making II
Course Description

Prerequisite: FILM 385. It will extend the students' knowledge of the field of documentary media production through the screening and criticism of film and video documentaries. Weekly studio lab sessions required.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture and Related Component
Weekly Contact Minutes
150
Additional Course Plus Component
Group meetings
ARTVIS 396: Documentary Filmmaking III
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
FILM 387: Documentary Filmmaking III
Course Description

Prerequisite: FILM 385 and 386. This course builds upon FILM 385 and 386 by deepening student knowledge of documentary mediamaking techniques. Students will complete a broadcast-quality television documentary while studying outstanding documentary films. Weekly studio lab sessions required.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture and Related Component
Weekly Contact Minutes
150
Additional Course Plus Component
Group meetings
ARTVIS 398R: Directed Study
General Information
Credit Hours
1 - 4
GERs
None
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

This course may be repeated for up to 12 credit hours. This individually focused research is only available to advanced students with special projects. Permission of a sponsoring faculty member is required. Topics covered in the regular curriculum cannot be covered under directed study.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
variable
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
Visual Arts 400-Level Courses
ARTVIS 405: Experimntl/Avant-Garde Cinema
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
FILM 405R: Experimntl/Avant-Garde Cinema
Course Description

Prerequisite: FILM 270. An historical/theoretical survey of the experimental avantgarde as an alternative to mainstream narrative, with an emphasis on its wide variety of forms. May include a filmmaking component. Weekly screenings required.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture and Related Component
Weekly Contact Minutes
150
Scheduled Related Component
Film Screening with discussion
Weekly Contact Minutes in Related Component
100 - 140
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 490: Senior Seminar
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Offered once a year during the spring semester. This capstone course is required of all graduating joint majors and focuses on professional practices including documentation, research, development and exhibition of an individual body of work situated in contemporary theory and methodology. This body of work is supported by a written thesis exploring history, context and theory. This rigorous seminar format includes critiques, guest speakers, and a final exhibition.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Lecture
Weekly Contact Minutes
250
Additional Course Plus Component
Not Applicable
ARTVIS 495R: Honors
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAP
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Open to candidates for honors in the senior year who are writing an honors thesis. Candidates are required to have a Three Person Faculty advising committee. For additional requirements and permission, consult the departmental honors coordinator.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Honors seminar
Weekly Contact Minutes
175
ARTVIS 495RW: Honors
General Information
Credit Hours
4
GERs
HAPW
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Open to candidates for honors in the senior year who are writing an honors thesis. Candidates are required to have a Three Person Faculty advising committee. For additional requirements and permission, consult the departmental honors coordinator.

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Independent Honors research
Weekly Contact Minutes
variable
Writing Requirement
Yes
ARTVIS 496R: Internship in the Visual Arts
General Information
Credit Hours
1 - 12
GERs
None
Variable GER
None
Pre-Requisites
None
Co-Requisites
None
Cross-Listed
None
Course Description

Contact Hour Information
Course Type
Experiential
Weekly Contact Minutes
variable

Honors Program

See “Honors Program” under the curriculum section of the catalog and consult the department for further details.

For more information, see Honors Program | Academic Policies & Regulations.

Internship

Numerous internships are available to Visual Arts students, and these provide good employment experience in the student's area of interest. These internships include working for galleries, museums, arts centers, and arts publications throughout the world. In the Atlanta area there is an existing internship program between Emory and the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences, as well opportunities to explore work experience through the Michael C. Carlos Museum, the High Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA) and the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center (The Contemporary).  tudents must consult with the internship adviser before scheduling an internship. Internships do not carry academic credit