Organizations & Communities
Art History Undergraduate Association (AHUGA)
AHUGA is a student-run University of Minnesota organization for students who are majoring, minoring and/or interested in art history.
AHUGA holds monthly meetings to discuss concerns and answer questions about the art history department. These meetings are held in a casual environment for the discussion of ongoing AHUGA projects, such as trips to places of art historical value (such as architectural sites, sculpture gardens, and museums). It is an excellent opportunity for involvement, support and activity in our programs. Most importantly, AHUGA offers a place for undergraduates to meet others with similar interests, ideas and goals.
AHUGA provides an excellent opportunity for involvement in the life of the art history department including visiting lectures, workshops, social events and programs. Most importantly, it offers a place for undergraduates to meet others with similar interests, ideas, and goals.
AHUGA has four major goals:
- Increase undergraduate involvement in the art history department
- Stimulate undergraduate art history scholarship
- Attract undeclared majors
- Reach out to the U of M and Twin Cities arts communities