Graduate Success

Career options with an undergraduate degree include:

  • art consultant
  • art critic
  • cartoonist 
  • exhibition preparator
  • fundraiser
  • graphic artist
  • mural painter
  • illustrator
  • portrait photographer
  • museum educator
  • museum registrar
  • private school teacher
  • scenic artist
  • visual merchandiser


Career options with an advanced degree include:

  • archaeologist
  • architect
  • archivist
  • art therapist
  • book/magazine editor
  • conservator
  • art librarian
  • art lawyer
  • college professor
  • medical illustrator
  • museum curator
  • historical preservationist

Outcomes

97%

of U.S. employers say creativity is of increasing importance to them.

7%

projected employment growth of curators, museum technicians, conservators, and archivists from 2014 to 2024.

32.5%

growth in GDP contributions from arts and cultural production between 1998 and 2013.

LVC alumni Bethany Hopman

History and Art Studies Lead Bethany Hopman '97 to Position at Paisley Park

Bethany Hopman is applying the lessons she learned in history and art at LVC to her job as an archivist at Prince's Paisley Park estate.

Dina Lincoln displayed her pieces at the annual inquiry celebration

Self-Development through Adversity and Art

As a non-traditional student, Dina Lincoln ’14 found her passion for artistic expression in the Art and Art History Department.