Illustration is the act of creating an image to promote, enhance, or explain a concept or story such as a book, movie, game, or any other narrative or conceptual product. Illustration utilizes both traditional and digital studio practices.
Students who successfully complete this program will:
- Develop proficiency in the tools and techniques related to this studio practice.
- Cultivate excellent observation skills as well as a strong understanding of 2D principles and color.
- Create a cohesive body of work that is well considered and conceptually rigorous.
- Employ a vocabulary for critique and presentation.
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.
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