Department of Art

Department of Art + Design,
Art History, Art Education

BS/BA or BFA of Art + Design

Interdisciplinary Object Design (BS/BA or BFA)

Photo collage of three images of students in Object Lab

The program in Interdisciplinary Object Design gives students the opportunity to draw from the resources and coursework in Metalsmithing + Jewelry, Ceramics, Stained Glass, and Wood to create a curriculum based on student interest. Students complete two levels of foundations courses in drawing, design, and art history.  This concentration prepares students for careers in art, design, craft, and entrepreneurial opportunities related to crafts.

Students in the Interdisciplinary Object Design program have access to the Metalsmithing + Jewelry, Ceramics, and Wood studios, as well as the digital labs for design applications.

Students should meet with their adviser to determine recommended course sequence based on individual needs and course availability. Please contact Professor Joshua DeMonte, at


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Department of Art + Design, Art History, Art Education
Center for the Arts, Room 3103 (map)
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Phone: 410-704-2808
Fax: 410-704-2810

Jan Baum, art professor and director of the university's Object Lab, explains 3-D printing.

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by Amy Milli

For more examples of interdisciplinary crafts student work, visit our student portfolio.





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