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Studio Art Concentration

The studio art concentration is a program designed for students who are seeking a comprehensive study of visual art for their undergraduate education. This program is distinctive in its depth of required coursework across a range of contemporary art practices, from two-dimensional media in painting and drawing, to three- and four-dimensional media in sculpture and time-based art. The upper division curriculum allows students to specialize in a discipline pertinent to their career choice in the visual arts. Courses in portfolio preparation, professional practices, and a senior project prepare the student to enter the workplace or pursue advanced degrees.

The studio art concentration is a small and rigorous program where students are able to work closely with their art professors and peers, while having access to the resources of a larger, nationally-ranked university. Students in the studio art concentration are presented with an environment where imagination, intellectual rigor, self-expression, cultural competency and skill development are expected and explored within a community dedicated to their success. The Art and Design Department values an understanding of a broad range of worldviews, perspectives and backgrounds, and is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive atmosphere.

 

Student Work

302 Figure Drawing
302 Figure Drawing


 

309 Intermediate Painting
309 Intermediate Painting


 

309 Intermediate Painting
309 Intermediate Painting


 

366 Junior Studio Practice
366 Junior Studio Practice


 

201 Intermediate Drawing
201 Intermediate Drawing


 

201 Intermediate Drawing
201 Intermediate Drawing


 

466 Senior Studio Practice
466 Senior Studio Practice


 

466 Senior Studio Practice
466 Senior Studio Practice


 

402 Advanced Figure
402 Advanced Figure


 

409 Advanced 2D
409 Advanced 2D

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