- You are here:
- Curry College - Home /
- Programs & Courses /
- Undergraduate Programs /
- Majors, Minors, and Concentrations /
- Concentrations /
- Studio Arts
Studio Arts ia a concentration of the Visual Arts major
Students who pursue a Concentration in Studio Arts have the opportunity to experience upper level classes as their major electives. They may take a variety of classes or choose to focus in a specific area. A student with a particular strength and interest in two dimensional media may choose classes, such as advanced painting, drawing, photography, or printmaking.
However, the student with a passion in the three dimensional arts may focus on sculpture or ceramics. There are also a variety of Art History offerings from which students can choose. The Visual Arts faculty have a close, working relationship with students and encourage them to develop their individual ideas while pushing the boundaries of their media. Students are encouraged to exhibit their work in the Spring Student Art Exhibit.
RequirementsChoose four of the following (12 credits):
|VA 2072||Computer Art|
|VA 2750||Printmaking I|
|VA 2796||Photography I|
|VA 2797||Digital Photography|
|VA 2800||Figure Drawing|
|VA 2810||Painting I|
|VA 2819||Studio: Painting and Drawing|
|VA 2850||Ceramics I|
|VA 2870||Artists' Books|
Choose two VA studio courses at the 3000-level (6 credits):
|VA 3750||Printmaking II|
|VA 3797||Photography II|
|VA 3860||Ceramics II|
Choose one additional Art History elective from the following (3 credits):
|VA 2720||History of Photography|
|VA 2910||History of Visual Arts: Paleolithic to Gothic|
|VA 2920||History of Visual Arts: Renaissance to Contemporary|
|VA 2930||Contemporary Art|
|VA 2935||Modern Art|
Total credits: 21
This spring, the Department of Fine and Applied Arts will hold its' annual exhibition of art and design by graduating Graphic Design and Visual Arts majors. 'Senior 7: Off the Grid' represents the work of seven students working in a variety of media: artists' books, ceramics, digital art, design, photography, and printmaking. The exhibit is the culmination of four years of study and demonstrates their conceptual and creative growth.
This spring, the Department of Fine and Applied Arts will hold its' annual exhibition of student art work, showcasing a variety of media including artists' books, ceramics, digital art, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture (April 6 - 11).
The Curry Arts Journal enlivens artistic expression at Curry in publishing an appealing, professional edition of student writing and artwork each year and in sponsoring workshops, readings, and coffeehouses that celebrate student voices each semester.