We are so glad you are interested in learning more about our programs! To request more information, please read the applicable dropdown menu below and then complete the following form.
Due to impacts from COVID-19, the School of Art + Art History buildings are not open to visitors and the public at this time. There will be no scheduled tours of the SA+AH buildings and facilities until further notice and, unfortunately, groups will not be able to enter the SA+AH studios for self-guided tours at this time. However, we are excited to host a series of undergraduate Virtual Information Sessions led by our amazing SA+AH Student Ambassadors online via Zoom!
Upcoming Dates and Times:
To sign-up, please submit the form below and indicate which Virtual Information Session date you would like to attend in the comments section. If you have interest in particular studio areas (such as painting, ceramics, printmaking, art + technology, sculpture, drawing, photography, graphic design, etc.), please tell us in the comments as well! Upon review of your form, we will send the corresponding Zoom link to your email address. Please bear in mind, when we use the term “tour” on the form we are referring to the virtual information session.
Please contact SAAHAdmissions@arts.ufl.edu for more information on the School and our Undergraduate programs.
Tours for our graduate programs can be scheduled during the fall and spring semesters. If you complete the form below, your information will be provided to the relevant Area Coordinator for interest and follow up during their fall or spring availability. See specific program outlines for application and deadline dates.
Faculty and program coordinators for Art History, Art Education, Museum Studies and Studio Art are away during summer semesters for research and are best reached for inquiries after September 1. We invite you to review the online program information contained in the program outlines above, and follow up with a call to our Graduate Coordinator at 352-273-3071 for general graduate school questions.
The School of Art + Art History hosts a major open house event called “Art Bash”. This event permits visitors to encounter our classroom spaces and studios, and view current graduate student research and faculty. All visitors should connect with areas of interest prior to planning their visit for more personalized meeting schedules if possible.
Thank you for your interest in the School of Art + Art History Graduate programs.