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A student receiving a degree in this field will be able to:

  • Develop a habit of critical inquiry and research relevant to creative processes
  • Foster intellectual curiosity and experimentation in different art medias
  • Express an understanding of contemporary issues in arts through visual, written and spoken communication
  • Demonstrate a basic knowledge in contemporary art and its historical relevance
  • Recognize and interpret the art from different periods from prehistoric to the contemporary time with the focus on the Western Culture
  • Demonstrate critical thinking in the analysis of both familiar and unfamiliar works of art
  • Demonstrate knowledge in basic design vocabulary related to both 2D and 3D design
  • Integrate the knowledge of a pictorial composition and express it in a variety of art projects from figuration to abstraction
  • Demonstrate knowledge in a perspective drawing
  • Display drawing skills in a variety of media and techniques
  • Exhibit the understanding of the human figure and proportions in a relationship to a space and light source
  • Demonstrate an understanding of color theory and develop adequate skills in color mixing
  • Incorporate the variety of painting styles as well as painting media/techniques
  • Practice safe working procedures

Please see the College Catalog for information and requirements.

Course Listing / Semester Course Offerings


Faculty Chair: Jessica McCambly