Studio Art ~ Visual Communication Design ~ Art History
The Art Department's flexible course of study helps students develop creative problem-solving processes while mastering key principles and skills in art and design. Emphasizing both theory and studio practice, the program begins with foundations in two-dimensional design, three-dimensional design, drawing, and art history. Upper-division concentration areas include Ceramics, Printmaking, Sculpture, Painting, Graphic Design, Interactive Media, and Video & Animation.
Students can elect to earn a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS) degree majoring in Art or Visual Communication Design. The department also offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree in Art, as well as minors in Art, Visual Communication Design, and Art History.
Cultivate a unified atmosphere of learning in the undergraduate programs of visual art through aesthetic research activities and artmaking, personalized learning and public service. The program teaches theory, philosophy and aesthetic awareness. Student and professional gallery exhibits contribute to the cultural environment of the campus and region. The process of critical and creative thinking, skill building and visual literacy are emphasized throughout the program.
Sculpture That Makes You Think
Art Department Office Coordinator - Laura Killip
503-838-8340 | or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | Location: Campbell Hall 105