Within this program, students create work in a variety of disciplines, including drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, digital media, ceramics and art history. The degree provides students with a critical and historical perspective for assessing their work.
Learning Outcomes for Art Majors
Graduating students should be able to:
- Articulate informed and ideologically sound ideas about art, both historic and contemporary, and connect those ideas to the wider world.
- Create artwork that is technically proficient and imbued with meaningful content.
- Demonstrate a general understanding, ability and resourcefulness with a wide range of art media, as well as a deeper understanding of at least one medium such as drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, digital media or art history.
- Have an openness to ideas other than their own and a willingness to take risks with their own work.
- Have established regular studio practice, which will hopefully be lifelong, be aware of developing issues in their own work and know how to continue on their own in the pursuit of that vision, with strategies for maintaining self-awareness.