Students may use the Art Studio Minor to gain a broad-based introduction to art production or a concentration on a specific medium, such as digital media, fiber, painting, or print media (among others). The Art Studio Minor is open to students from any college.
Students will gain critical skills for succeeding in today’s world, including the ability to work with still and moving images using the latest software. Our alumni are working as professional photographers, graphic designers, art educators, professional artists, and in art galleries, museums, and in other industries.
"Coming in as an incoming college freshman I never expected to ever be a student in Fine Arts. Changing my major to Art Studio with a minor in Art History has been the best decision I have made. The most significant thing I have learned from the School of Art & Visual Studies is to never be afraid to be creative and express yourself.”
The Art Studio curriculum is grounded in the manipulation of traditional media such as drawing, ceramics, and sculpture but also incorporates digital technologies and processes, including 3-D printing and fabrication. Students may hone in on a specific medium or explore a more intermedia approach to art making.
Mediums taught within Art Studio:
College of Fine Arts
School of Art & Visual Studies
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