By developing your understanding of the creative process and your knowledge of traditional and contemporary artistic concepts you will gain the basis for professional practice and for continued study at the graduate level.
Your professors work with you individually and in groups for all projects, and the critique process thrives on open discourse and evaluation.
The program has nine fully equipped discipline-specific studio classrooms—a rarity for any small college.
You’ll study with faculty who are nationally recognized artists and art historians who are devoted to teaching.
A portfolio review is required for BAs and BFAs in Studio Art and Graphic Design. Deadline for portfolios is March 1.
In ART 2310 Printmaking I, you'll not only explore monotypes, but you'll also be introduced to intaglio engravings and relief printmaking techniques.
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