6 Art History Tutors Found Near Seattle, WA



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Fengting Z.

Art History Tutor

Kirkland, WA 98033

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Art History and Anthropology Tutor

I believe I am qualified to tutor in art history because of my academic excellence. I graduated from University of Arizona in August 2016, double major in art history and anthropology with honors. My undergraduate course works encompasses the span of Western art history from the Greek and Roman period to the modern period, thus, I am familiar with a wide range of periods in art history. I also had working experiences in museums in China and the U.S., thus I could also teach Asian art. I am a recent graduate from University of Arizona, double major in art history and anthropology. I graduated w [more]


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Gianna C.

Art History Tutor

Seattle, WA 98112

Will travel 25 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Professor of Art, Visual Culture, Architecture and the Humanities

Bachelors Degree Art History, UCLA 1999 Masters Degree, Art History UCLA 2003 Doctoral Degree, Art History UCLA 2009 To best address the diversity of today?s internationally aware student body and to meet the demands of increasing globalization, my goal as an art historian is to make art history relevant to students, by using the art object as a lens to view the complex dynamics of the human condition. As a professor of South Asian art, I believe that we gain considerably as a society by investigating the intricacies of other cultural modalities, similar at times but yet different from our own [more]


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Harriet M.

Art History Tutor

Seattle, WA 98112

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

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Adventures in Global Tutoring with Ms. Mack

Most of my students call me Ms. Mack. I've spent time teaching both here and abroad. Spending nine months in Seattle teaching high school, left me three months to cover the whole of France with students. My life experiences augment the subjects I teach, this makes my classroom a center for real life adventure. I've a great love and respect for history and culture. From this pocket comes a richness that few teachers can rival. I've a background in teaching art photography that took me all over... [more]


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Barbara M.

Art History Tutor

Seattle, WA 98133

Will travel 7 miles

$30 per hour.

4.59 39 ratings

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Effective and Fun Math and French Tutor

As a dedicated and creative public school teacher of thirty-three years, a recently certified Washington state certified STARS trainer and a tutor for eight years at Shoreline Community College and privately with elementary students, I have successfully worked with students of diverse backgrounds and ages. I work to empower students to draw from their strengths and develop multiple strategies for acquiring skills and knowledge. I love that moment when a student has that 'aha' moment. As a fl... [more]


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Robert M.

Art History Tutor

Seattle, WA 98122

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

4.63 19 ratings

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Experienced English/Social Sciences Teacher, Middlebury grad, 800 SATs

I took a couple of art history courses in college, and did well, but my main qualification is my lifelong love of art and passionate engagement with various media from ancient to contemporary. I frequently take my history and literature students to art museums, have taught a few high school courses on art practice, theory and history, and spend long hours in museums whenever I'm in a major city. My background in philosophy, literature and the social sciences gives me strong grounding in art history's underlying conceptual frameworks and analytical skill-sets, from cultural studies-style exiges [more]


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Jinah H.

Art History Tutor

Seattle, WA 98155

Will travel 5 miles

$80 per hour.

4.82 11 ratings

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English, ESL, French, and German tutor

I graduated from Georgetown University with a bachelor's degree in International Relations. Following graduation, I taught English at a high school in South Korea. In Korea, I taught seven different classes with about sixteen students in each class. I was responsible for creating my own lessons (three lessons each week) as well as for several extracurricular activities. I also offered many students individual help with short- or long-term projects, including college applications. I have bee... [more]