Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art
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Carnegie Center For Visual Arts 360
Take a virtual tour of the Carnegie Center for Visual Arts and visit studios for upper-level art students and classrooms for drawing, painting, 2D design.
Alford Annex 360 Facility Tour
Take a virtual tour of the 3D design space in Alford Annex, home to print-making, ceramic, and sculpture studios.
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Studio Art Program Curriculum
Building on your general education liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will take core art courses — including Painting Foundations, Three-Dimensional Design, and Art History — as well as electives such as Creative Photography, Watercolor, and Graphic Design.
- Introduction to Art
- Printmaking Foundations