STUDIO ART AREAS
Time-Based + Media Art
Discover the perfect path for you.
- More studio-intensive experience
- 65 credits of studio courses (about ½ of your total coursework)
- Optional concentrations in Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, or Time-Based + Media Art
- Capstone experience + annual thesis exhibition
*Students may also earn the BFA as part of a dual-degree program.
- Broader liberal arts focus
- 30-36 credits of studio courses (about ¼ of your total coursework)
- No capstone requirement
*Students may also earn the BA as part of a dual-degree program.
- Integrated mix of disciplines, including printmaking, photography, sculpture, painting, and time-based + new media
- Designed for WashU undergraduates pursuing a primary degree in another discipline
- Develops essential skills like visual thinking + creativity
- Creative Practice for Social Change
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Studio Art
In the senior capstone course, BFA in Studio Art students commit to an artistic position evidenced through studio production, presentation, and writing. You’ll deliver a public presentation about your work and participate in the BFA in Studio Art Thesis Exhibition at the Des Lee Gallery in downtown St. Louis.
STUDIO ART FACULTY
Tim Portlock (Chair) Jamie Adams / Heather Bennett / Lisa Bulawsky / Juan William Chávez / Carmon Colangelo / Jennifer Colten / Sage Dawson / John Early / Amy Hauft / Meghan Kirkwood / Andrea Moon / Arny Nadler / Patricia Olynyk / Tom Reed / Jack Risley / Lindsey Stouffer / Denise Ward-Brown / Cheryl Wassenaar / Monika Weiss
*Image: Tom Reed. Bruno David Gallery, 2020.