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The studio arts and the art history programs are a balance of studio work, art history, criticism and aesthetics. Both programs have a foundation composed of studio arts and art history courses: a two-semester sequence of Western traditions in art history, and drawing in studio arts.
The studio arts major is designed for the student who plans to undertake graduate studies in any field of studio arts or design, or otherwise intends to establish a career as a professional artist. Foundation courses consist of ART 1130: Drawing; ART 1140: Life Drawing; ARTH 1200 and 1210: Western Traditions (2 semesters); and ARTH 3910: Twentieth-Century Art in Europe and the United States. Foundation courses are complemented with a range of courses in the major studio areas (painting, sculpture, printmaking, digital photography/new media). Students must select advanced coursework in either painting, sculpture, printmaking or, in consultation with the major studio advisor, an array of digital photography/new media courses, for their area of concentration. In addition, studio arts majors participate in the senior seminar and the senior exhibition program.
Requirements for the Studio Arts major consist of fourteen (14) courses distributed in the following manner:
Seven additional courses:
Academic Calendars Graduation Requirements Class Schedule Study Abroad Academic Advising Collaborative Research Departmental HonorsAcademic AdvisingAAC Request for Action Form
Fine ArtsCollege Art AssociationAssociated Colleges of the Twin CitiesStudio Arts ScholarshipArt History Scholarship
Art History Studio Arts
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