Art History and Theory
Art History and Theory has been recognised for its teaching excellence and innovation, and we pride ourselves on the excellent feedback we receive from students at all levels. By connecting our research with our teaching, we create innovative, effective and enjoyable classes.
Each year, we also place a number of students in internships in art institutions and museums, where students gain invaluable experience and insights into the work of art historians and museum professionals.
Explore the department's taught and thesis-based courses and qualifications.
Rata Holtslag, studying towards a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Theory and English.
News, events and seminars
A new exhibition displaying the work of renowned architect Samuel Hurst Seager as the designer of New Zealand’s First Wo...
A new exhibition introduces Christchurch architect Samuel Hurst Seager’s work as New Zealand’s official battlefield memo...
Department of Art History and Theory staff
are located in Karl Popper, Level 5