Acquire the conceptual and technical skills to succeed as a creative professional in ceramics, expanded forms, furniture design, glass, metals and jewelry design, printmaking, painting, or sculpture.
Students acquire the conceptual and technical skills to succeed as a creative professional in one of 8 options: ceramics, expanded forms, furniture design, glass, metals and jewelry design, printmaking, painting, or sculpture. Electives can enhance their skills and allow them to pursue an area of interest: Graphic Design, Illustration, Graphic Visualization, Industrial Design, Interior Design, Environmental Design, Ceramics, Glass, Metals, Textiles, Woodworking, Introduction to Filmmaking, Still Photography, and Imaging Technology. Students are educated to pursue successful careers as artists and they have an understanding of the historical development of the arts.
Program facilities equipment
The college provides several art production studios and digital labs for students in all programs. The computer lab facilities offer the latest equipment software and support devices, as well as immediate access for students. Fine Arts Studio, Illustration and Medical Illustration offer individual studio spaces in various locations to junior and senior level students who request them. All of the School of Art classrooms are designed for the specialized needs of each degree program. The Bevier Gallery features the work of contemporary and historical artists, illustrators, craftsmen, graphic artists, faculty, and students. Wallace Library houses an extensive art collection and serves as a comprehensive resource for reference and research.
Select program hiring partners
Art museums (university, public and private), galleries, archives, art studios, school and community programs, colleges and universities, auction houses, historical societies, private/local arts councils, advertising agencies, community college, public school district, art gallery, self-employed.
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