Art Studio Areas of Study

The Art Studio B.A. (Bachelor of Arts) and B.F.A. (Bachelor of Fine Arts) degree programs provide a broad foundation in art practice, history, and theory that emphasizes experimentation, creative problem solving, critical thinking, and global awareness. Interaction with a faculty of practicing artists, visiting artists, professional and student exhibitions, international study, as well as the resources of the larger university, foster informed, engaged, and creative graduates, preparing them for professional careers and graduate studies.
 
Art Studio B.A. students develop an individual plan of study that encourages exploration and specialization in one or more studio practices, including ceramics, drawing/painting, fiber/fabrics, mixed media, photography, printmaking, time-based art, sculpture, and courses in professional development and Art History. The Art Studio B.F.A. is a selective expanded program focused on the year-long development of a professional body of work, culminating in a Western Gallery exhibition and catalog.