In this general studio art emphasis, students take directed (lower through intermediate-level) courses in photography, transmedia sculpture, painting and drawing, along with gaining a basis in art history and digital imaging.
- Create an
extensive, independent body of work, demonstrating mastery in one area of
concentration, that meets the standards of a professional portfolio;
ideas into imagery that engages viewers visually, emotionally and
21st century technologies with traditional studio practices;
creative problem solving ability and the refinement of conceptual ideas,
through research, discovery and invention;
- Articulate a
sophisticated understanding of contemporary and historical art movements across
diverse world cultures, and be able to posit one’s creative work in that
the conceptual frameworks used by diverse theorists, historians, and art
opportunities to advance one’s studio practice and to thrive professionally in
art careers including: working as artists, art directors, gallery owners, art
consultants, museum professionals, and educators.