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Careers.

Careers in Art History:

Students choosing the Art History option may pursue a wide variety of careers, such as: teaching (high school, college and university level), museum work (curatorial, education department, exhibition design, administration and retailing), art gallery and auction houses, librarian (art libraries and visual resource centers), preservation and conservation, arts organization consultant, governmental agencies, art law, art adviser, publishing, free-lance writing, curatorial consultant, corporate curator, free-lance curator, antiques dealer, art appraiser, artist representative, art related tours. Note that certain careers in art history require acquisition of the M.A. or Ph.D. degrees.
Click on these links to find out more about career paths in art history and the backgrounds they require, and information about internships for art history students in the Los Angeles area.
http://www.nd.edu/~crosenbe/jobs.html
Internship opportunities (LACMA):
http://arthistory.about.com/library/info/bl_ahjintern.htm
Internship opportunities (Getty):
http://http://www.getty.edu/grants/education/multicultural_getty.html

Careers in Graphic Design:

Corporate Design—Logos, complete identity systems including graphic standards manuals, business cards, letterhead, envelopes, signage
Magazine Design
In-house Design—related to parent company activities—brochures, flyers, posters, annual reports
Advertising Design—word or concept dominated—advertisements, commercials, billboards, radio. Illustration—editorial, book, collateral materials
Production—pre-press
Teaching
Photography
Exhibition Design
Freelance Design—could be anything
Environmental Graphic Design—signage, exteriors, entrances
Package Design
Animation
Computer Illustration—special effects and more
Web-page design
Motion Graphics—TV and/or movie titles