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In addition to our other resources, H.ART has assembled a range of campus-affiliated and general resources. There are UC Berkeley-affiliated academic programs and internships, as well as general online resources for your perusal. 

If you find that a tool you have utilized and found helpful is missing, please submit your suggestions here.

Book cover to an Illustrated Tourist Guide of Noted Summer and Winter Resorts of Californi

Emmanuel Wyttenbach; Book cover to an Illustrated Tourist Guide of Noted Summer & Winter Resorts of California; Lithograph; 9 7/8 × 14 7/16 in; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1948

Free Resources

Like our digital resources, these more general and campus-affiliated programs are free. Any resource that is not, will be denoted with a *.


These tools  range from research opportunities, academic research databases, museum directories, and easily accessible platforms like Google Arts and Culture!

H.ART hopes these tools can help make navigating Art History and the wider UC Berkeley community a little easier!


URAP—UC Berkeley

Research opportunities with UC Berkeley faculty members in exchange for units. Working closely with mentors, students will deepen their knowledge and skills in areas of special interest, while experiencing what it means to be part of an intellectual community engaged in research.


Student applications are due on Monday of the second week of classes each term. 

Explore the resource here.

SURF Letters and Sciences—UC Berkeley

SURF L&S provides undergraduates in the College of Letters and Science with funding to undertake concentrated summer research in preparation for a senior thesis or other major capstone project. Fellows receive a summer stipend of $5,000.


SURF L&S fellows must be entering their final year or final semester and have no other research funding. 

Explore the resource here.


Worldwide Art Museum Directory—Wikipedia

This is a Wikipedia article listing art museums in North America and abroad. This can be a useful resource if looking for sources on a museum’s history. This page can also help with looking for possible career opportunities by region. 

Explore the page here.

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