Evolving History of Expression & Technique
Art history courses will teach you to analyze art and develop a perceptive eye for aesthetic form, technique, narrative and expression.
The Art Club provides an opportunity to meet fellow students interested in the arts and participate in a wide range of activities.
Art Influences & Reflects Human History
The evolution of art and many modern art movements can be seen in the museums, churches and architecture of other countries.
Influence of Art
Baker art history students travel frequently to observe art locally, nationally and internationally.
Art History Faculty
Brett Knappe - 4587
Assistant Professor of Art History
B.A. Boston University; B.A. University of Washington; M.A., Ph.D. University of Kansas
Expertise: art history
Office: Parmenter Gallery Office