As your education progresses, so will your course flexibility. You can choose between studios in core areas—Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, and Photography—as well as ones in hybrid media, time arts, public art, socially engaged practice, and much more.
Your studio courses will be supplemented by readings and seminars that acquaint you with the field of contemporary art and in developing an understanding of where your interests fit in the historical arc. You will also take professional practice seminars, taught by our dedicated career specialist, in which you’ll develop essential skills like writing an artist statement, preparing a CV, applying for opportunities, and presenting a public lecture on your work.
All studio courses have a low student-to-faculty ratio to ensure personalized attention.
- Digital Fabrication for Object-Making
- Visualizing Otherness: Race, Gender, & Class
- Printmaking: Propaganda to Decoration
- Foundry & Blacksmithing
- Collage: History & Practice
- Art & Feminism
- Compositions in Clay
- Sculpture: Iterative Systems
- Architecture through the Photographic Lens
- Contemporary Portraiture
- Material as Metaphor
- Representation after History
- Drone Photography
- Documentary Filmmaking
- Painting: Place & Space
- The Painted Figure
- Art, Environment, Culture, & Image