WASHINGTON, PA (June 1, 2022) – Samantha Sonnet ‘22 took her artistic talents to Atlanta, GA, during the 2022 spring semester for her Magellan project. Sonnet’s original Magellan project was to study art in Italy and Greece, but the pandemic and subsequent international travel restrictions unfortunately forced her to modify her proposal. “I learned that…
WASHINGTON, PA (April 22, 2022)—On April 21, Washington and Jefferson College hosted its 2022 Honors Convocation in First Presbyterian Church.
March 11-April 3, 2022 Opening Reception and Artist Talk: Friday, March 11, 6-7:30 p.m. Patrick Schmidt and Doug McGlumphy, studio art faculty at Washington & Jefferson College, work in different media to convey diverse artistic visions. Schmidt’s work explores pattern as metaphor, exploring cultural, social, and personal identities, whereas McGlumphy transforms the authentic material culture…
WASHINGTON, PA (January 31, 2022)—W&J Senior Hailey Nudelman is going places. Or rather, growing from the places she’s gone.
Learn historical and contemporary art movements, and familiarize yourself with art, artists, and aesthetics and an understanding of the artistic process. Through the Art History program, you’ll analyze visual art and artists in relation to the issues of their time and how it relates to our world today.
Get prepared to teach art in a classroom setting while enhancing your personal creative and artistic abilities. You’ll have the opportunity to seek specialty education certification in art by completing the art education major and an education minor.
Hone your creative thinking skills and work on your visual expression through a series of studio courses starting with foundations of drawing and design. Work toward exhibiting in the senior art show at the Olin Fine Art Gallery to complete the program.