Art History Club Internship Panel: “What Can I Do with Art History?”


Location: 200 Riley Hall (View on map )

Art History Club Internship Panel 2022 Poster



On Tuesday, March 15th at 8:30 pm, in 200 Riley Hall or on Zoom (meeting ID: 8545694622) Art History Club will be hosting a panel entitled “What Can I Do with Art History?” At the event, you will be able to hear from current students and Notre Dame alumni about the jobs and internships they have held in the discipline. Additionally, we will be serving Insomnia cookies and Domino’s pizza for our in-person attendees.

Here are our panelists:

Kendra Lyimo (’24) is a current Notre Dame student majoring in art history (and our esteemed secretary), who completed an internship with the Los Angeles-based community arts center Self-Help Graphics & Art, Inc. in summer 2021, which seeks to elevate Chicano/a and Latinx printmaking practices and other visual art.

Meg Burns (’21) received a Luce Scholarship to work with art historian Pamela Corey in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. She is currently assisting with classes in Southeast Asian art and pursuing her own research on the contemporary Vietnamese art scene.

Caroline Cox (’20) is the Community Manager and Research Assistant for Less than Halfan online platform dedicated to supporting women artists and creating more inclusive, feminist narratives of art history. She also worked as an Advanced Level Program Intern with the Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Smithsonian American Museum right after graduation.

Laura Richter (’20) is a second-year graduate student in the NYU dual MS/MA degree program in Conservation and Art History, specializing in painting conservation.