Art student in studio
A forum for the sustained exploration of possibilities in cultural production, the BFA and MFA tracks in Art pushes students to question conventional ideas about contemporary art.

Encompassing both studio practice and theory, a primary concern of the Art Program is that every artist be challenged to develop a critical self-awareness about their work and to better understand the aesthetic, social and intellectual contexts that inform artmaking in today's globalized world.

Both the undergraduate and graduate tracks offer instruction in a wide range of media, including painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, digital imaging, sculpture, installation, video, film, writing and performance. The curriculum relies on a flexible structure of individualized instruction and mentoring to emphasize the articulation of ideas, the development of working methodologies and the realization of independent studio work.


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