In recent years, students in the art history program at Loyola University have received internships at a variety of local, national, and international institutions including:
- Office of the Patron of the Arts at the Vatican (Rome)
- Curator's Office of the Supreme Court of the United States (Washington, DC)
- Baltimore Museum of Art
- Walters Museum (Baltimore)
- Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (Washington, DC)
- Philadelphia Museum of Art
- Kennedy Center (Washington, DC)
- Virgina Museum of Fine Arts (Richmond, VA)
- Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, NY)
- Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetian Art (New York, NY)
- Sotheby's (Philadelphia, PA)
- Barnes Foundation (Philadelphia, PA)
- Guggenheim Museum (New York, NY)
- And others
Lily Sehn ('12) in St. Peter's Square before the Pope's noontime blessing. An art history major, Lily was an intern at the Office of the Patrons of the Arts at the Vatican during the summer of 2010.
Colleen Grant ('11) had a summer 2010 internship working in Collections Management and Archives for the Curator's Office of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Graduates of the art history program have gone on to attend art history and museum studies programs at:
- New York University
- American University
- George Washington University
- Southern Methodist University
- University of Denver
- Edinburgh University
- And others
Art History program graduates have also attended law school and medical school, while still others have pursued graduate degrees in fields such as English, Spanish, Medieval Studies, Architecture, and Visual Arts.
Graduates of the art history program are or have been employed at the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Baltimore Symphony, the Baltimore Convention Center, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Washington Ballet, the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Denver Art Museum, the Amon Carter Museum, Tom Ford Beauty, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Lincoln Center (NY), the New York State Appellate Court, Gladstone Gallery (NYC), the Freer/Sackler Museum, and other businesses and cultural institutions.
Visit The Career Center website for more information about art history careers.