The Art AOC fosters creative and critical studio research bridging disciplinary boundaries. Students actively investigate materials, techniques, and ideas related to art making with the support of spacious, well-equipped studio facilities. Courses address technical and conceptual aspects of art making through historical and contemporary perspectives so students may continue to cultivate these competencies independently in the future.
Classroom studios support a diverse range of media including wood, metal, digital, painting, drawing, and printmaking. Sculpture facilities include a foundry, woodworking area, and welding area. Painting and drawing studios provide ample space for large-scale projects in oil, acrylic, and watercolor. The printmaking studio has facilities for intaglio, block printing, and screenprinting. A centralized exhibition space generates a forum for display and dialog.
For program requirements, click here for the General Catalog.
Academic Learning Compacts