Studio Art

     The program in Studio Art is designed to engage students in the creative process and to provide training necessary for graduate study and/or a professional career in visual art.

     Majors normally choose upper-level courses that lead to an emphasis in one of the following areas: drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, and photography. Studio art courses usually are restricted to fewer than twenty students so that the instructor may spend sufficient time with each member of the class. These classes will be organized by collective experiences — slide lectures, field trips to galleries and museums, group critiques — and for personal, creative work and individualized suggestions and criticism offered by the instructor.