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Students may select a minor in Studio Arts to complement their major and pursue the opportunity to advance their techniques in another area. The Studio Arts minor allows students to move through the basic techniques of visual art practice to more advanced skills in the upper level courses.
The classes in this minor gives an added perspective to many majors. Students in the Studio Arts minor combine an interest in psychology for careers in art therapy and related fields. Education majors at all levels find studio arts practice a valuable addition to their skills.
Studio Arts Minor Requirements (9 credits):
|VA 1770||Design Fundamentals|
|VA 1790||Light and Color|
|VA 1800||Drawing I|
Choose 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|
|VA 3___||Studio Art Course at 3000-level|
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.