Participate in visual art in a number of ways. Take classes and exhibit your work on campus, assist in the gallery, work in our studios, and/or earn your Art Minor.
Develop your creative and visual skills, and gain the tools and incentives for lifelong learning and a robust appreciation of fine art.
Student Hannah Fisher discusses her final project of her Minor in Art. Fisher explains her work, process, and experience.
Students and the arts community turn the Rozsa Gallery into two spaces. One is a A-Space, a professional gallery, and the other is a gallery b, an active learning classroom.
This annual showcase highlights the creative work of students from across the campus, including painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, and scenic, costume, sound, and lighting design.
Senior Lecturer, Visual and Performing Arts