Art History at Jones Gallery

Sarah Jones obtained a Master's degree in Art History from Queen's University in 2009 and has lectured at universities and galleries around Atlantic Canada. She regularly offers public lectures at her gallery space on Duke Street (see the Events page for examples of past lectures). Sarah also teaches occasionally at UNB Saint John. 

Upcoming Workshops and Courses

Art in Paris Lecture Series,coming Summer 2017 


Previous art history courses

Join Sarah for HUM 1905: Introduction to Art & Architecture, UNB Saint John's 2016 Summer Session. Classes are offered Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7-9:30 pm, beginning May 4th. 

HUM 1905 course description:

This course is a broad introduction to Western art from ancient Greece to the twentieth-century. Students will learn processes of visual analysis, become familiar with key figures and artistic movements, periods and styles, and explore how painting, sculpture and architecture relate to each other and to the wider historical context.

Students will learn processes of visual analysis, become familiar with key figures and artistic movements, periods and styles, and explore how painting, sculpture and architecture relate to each other and to the wider historical context.

This introductory course is open to all students; no prerequisites are required. It is designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of art history and an opportunity to develop a critical approach to visual culture. 

Register for HUM 1905 by contacting the UNB Saint John Registrar's Office. Sarah is happy to answer any questions regarding the course.