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Studio Art Concentration

Tara Morency (Art 409 - 2013)
Tara Morency (Art 409 - 2013)


Ryan Williams (Art 409 - Spring 2012)
Ryan Williams (Art 409 - Spring 2012)


Eimi Tagore Erwin (Art 348 - 2013)
Eimi Tagore Erwin (Art 348 - 2013)


Oriana Stevens  (Art 260 - Spring 2013)
Oriana Stevens  (Art 260 - Spring 2013)


Rebecca Quant (Art 353 - 2013)
Rebecca Quant (Art 353 - 2013)


Paula Lucia (Art 409 - 2013)
Paula Lucia (Art 409 - 2013)


Mallory Caloca (Art 462 - 2013)
Mallory Caloca (Art 462 - 2013)


Ian Hoffman (Art 353 - 2013)
Ian Hoffman (Art 353 - 2013)


Jun Liu (Art 409 - 2011)
Jun Liu (Art 409 - 2011)


Rachel Labonte (Art 409 - 2012)
Rachel Labonte (Art 409 - 2012)


Ellen Williams (Art 148 - 2013)
Ellen Williams (Art 148 - 2013)


Lauren Manning (Art 260 - Winter 2013)
Lauren Manning (Art 260 - Winter 2013)


Oriana Steven (Art 260 - 2013)
Oriana Steven (Art 260 - 2013)

The Studio Art concentration is a program designed for students who are seeking a broad-based undergraduate education in the visual arts.

This program is distinctive for its depth of required course work in both two and three-dimensional media. 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 work place or pursue advanced degrees.

Some of the many career possibilities for our graduates include exhibiting as a professional artist and pursuing positions in industry, education, entertainment, and museum/gallery management.

Cal Poly, with its learn-by-doing philosophy and its commitment to both the liberal arts and technology, provides a unique setting for studying the visual arts. Within this context, the students in the Studio Art concentration are presented with an environment where imagination, intellectual rigor, self-expression, and skill development are expected and valued.

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