Studio Art Major
Studio art emphasizes the development of creative thinking and visual expression through a series of studio courses, beginning with foundations in drawing and design, and continuing in progressive level studio work in ceramics, sculpture, and painting. The department offers the concentration in graphic design in collaboration with the Department of Information Technology Leadership and uses the W&J Technology Center's state-of-the-art technology.
The Olin Fine Arts Gallery hosts five professional exhibitions per academic year, and a workshop or gallery talk by exhibiting artists accompanies each show. The department's academic programs offer a dynamic artistic education in the best liberal arts tradition.
STUDIO ART MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: ARH 101 , 102 , ART 108 , 112 , 361 or 362 , 363 , and any 300-level ARH course; one 300- or 400-level ART course except ART 400; and two 400-level ART courses except ART 400 and ART 425.
For more information, contact Professor John Lambertson.