Why Study Art?

Creative individuals offer a unique perspective on the world and often challenge us to pursue new ideas and solutions to many of the world’s problems.

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Creative Community

Become part of a creative community on campus that offers support and encouragement for all of your artistic endeavors in the studio and in the classroom.

Resources for Students
Seth Adelsberg

A Solid Foundation

A degree in art and design, art history or art education allows you to spread your creative wings, but also provides a solid foundation for a host of career opportunities and post-graduate study. (Photo left: Seth Adelsberger '02 solo show at the Baltimore Museum of Art)

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Display Your Work

Create and display your work as you study the artistic achievements of varied cultures, and discover the latest approaches to your craft.

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Skill Building

Acquire the vocabulary and technical skills required to work independently and collaboratively in your chosen medium.

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Portfolio Preparation

Build your artistic skills as you build your portfolio for a career in the arts or for graduate school.

Portfolios: Coming soon