Where are they now?

By A&S Magazine

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For some students at Johns Hopkins, the arts are pretty serious business, and they’re determined to turn their passions into careers. It’s no surprise that many of them are accepted to graduate schools to study film, museum studies, digital media, or visual arts. Others use the expertise they gained at Johns Hopkins to land jobs soon after graduation at some rather prestigious places. And a few brave souls venture out on their own in fields such as music and art.

Here are just a few of the places where some of our recent graduates are working and studying:

  • American Visionary Art Museum
  • California Institute of the Arts
  • Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (National Gallery of Art)
  • Columbia University
  • EICAR, The International Film School of Paris
  • James Madison’s Montpelier
  • The Jewish Museum of Maryland
  • Glenstone Foundation
  • George Washington University
  • Guggenheim Museum
  • MoMA
  • National Postal Museum
  • New York Philharmonic
  • New York University
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • RocketFuel, a digital media agency
  • The Spirit Farm, a film collective
  • University of Maryland
  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Whether you’re a recent graduate in the arts or in the social or physical sciences, we want to know where you’re working, what you’re doing, and how you’re using your Johns Hopkins degree. Drop us a line.