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AUC Art Collective

AUC Art Collective

The Atlanta University Center Collective for the Study of Art History & Curatorial Studies (AUC Art Collective) is an initiative that, over the course of the next decade and beyond, will position the Atlanta University Center as the leading incubator of African-American museum and art world professionals in the United States and abroad. 

Spelman will build the program, which will enroll students from Morehouse College and Clark Atlanta University desiring degrees art history and curatorial studies. This innovative undergraduate program will offer a dynamic new curriculum that makes use of the Spelman College Museum of Fine Arts, Clark Atlanta University Art Museum, and the strong liberal arts programs on all three campuses.

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The AUC Art Collective is building an ongoing source of talent through the AUC Collective summer program for high school students. The four-week program, which launched in June 2019 encourages participants to pursue undergraduate studies in art history and curatorial studies through a series of unique arts education activities.

Scholarships for the Atlanta University Center Collective for the Study of Art History & Curatorial Studies are made possible by generous support from the Alice L. Walton Foundation.

Art Historians. Curators. Museum Professionals.

Instagram Takeover

Curatorial Studies Fellow Destinee Filmore, C'2021, spent her #SpelmanSummer as a contemporary art intern at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Watch her Instagram takeover to learn more about her experience and why she's passionate about art curation.

Contact Us

Dr. Cheryl Finley
Director of the AUC Collective for the Study of Art History and Curatorial Studies

Rachel Brown
404-270-5449
rachel.brown@spelman.edu


 

 

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