The University of Toronto's Department of Art History is made up of a welcoming and passionate community of students, staff, and faculty committed to quality education. Our rich and rewarding learning environment fosters creativity, critical thinking, and intellectual curiosity.
Although we are currently working online, our community is very much still here. We are excited to share the creativity and curiosity of some of our members in a new video series. Over the next few months, the department will release interviews with current students, alumni, faculty, and staff who will speak about the personal experiences of those in the departmental community, as well as the kinds of career opportunities opened by the Art History degree. We hope that these videos will help connect you with the people who make our academic home such an enriching place and bring its broad and diverse network to life.
Our first student interview features Liam Bryant, a 4th year undergraduate student in the department. Liam speaks about his experiences as a student of art history and his special interest in technical art history and material science. You can check out Liam's interview on the Department of Art History's YouTube page.