Studio Art

Students begin with an introduction to art history, design, drawing, and digital media. They are encouraged to develop a technical foundation and explore a variety of media, conceptual approaches, and aesthetic styles, before narrowing their focus or working out a sythesis of interests. Students can explore a variety of concentrations including ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. Given hands-on practice, combined with historical, theoretical, and critical dialogue, students learn the process of creating and thinking about art that culminates in a solo exhibition in their Senior year.

Students can alternatively pursue a minor in studio art, which provides an introduction to art history and drawing as well as four studio electives.

For more detailed information about specific courses and program requirements please follow the links below.  

 

Studio Art Curriculum Sheet

Studio Art Minor Curriculum Sheet

Studio Art Course Catalog