Drawing is the heart of all the visual arts, the most direct and fundamental indicator of visual literacy in any medium. Through a broad spectrum of drawing materials and approaches, we encourage high levels of achievement in this core discipline as the basis for enhanced perceptual awareness and more fully informed studio work.
Students who successfully complete this program will:
- Develop proficiency in the tools and techniques related to this studio practice.
- Develop observation skills and understanding of 2D principles.
- Create a cohesive body of work that is well considered and conceptually rigorous.
- Employ a vocabulary for critique and presentation.
This degree is coordinated by Bastien Lecouffe. For information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
All bachelor degree seeking students take the General Education Program. Fine arts students select a concentration in ceramics, drawing, illustration, painting or photography as well as studio courses outside of their concentration for electives.
Download an outline for how a four-year sequence might look for each major.