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Museum and Curatorial Studies

Pending Washburn University Board of Regents approval

Washburn University Museum and Curatorial Studies is an interdisciplinary program that examines the practices associated with the collection, analysis, and exhibition of art, artifacts, specimens, and interpretive displays for the purpose of preservation, interpretation, and public engagement. It also considers the practices associated with the governance, administration, and responsible fiscal management as well as the dynamic role museums, galleries, and collecting play in history and culture. For more information, contact the minor director, Connie Gibbons, in the Mulvane Art Museum and see the “Interdisciplinary Academic Programs” section in the catalog.