As a studio art student, you will develop a visual and technical vocabulary, which prepares you to pursue a number of career paths. The curriculum structure enables students to develop a wide and deep breadth of knowledge in various studio art disciplines such as, photography, digital media, three-dimensional processes, printmaking, painting and drawing. Students are encouraged to address the critical issues of our time through the development of their art practice.

Casey Leone – Goes to Washington II Archival Inkjet Print 24″ x 36″
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Casey Leone – From the Series: Voids Archival Inkjet Print 7.5″ x 12″
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Casey Leone – From the Series: Voids Archival Inkjet Print 7.5″ x 12″
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Casey Leone – From the Series: Noir et Blanc Archival Inkjet Print 7.5″ x 12″
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Casey Leone – Art & Today (96) Silkscreen on Inkjet Print 12″ x 10″
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William Jenkins – AD 2014
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Vicky Brown – Litho 2014
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Reo Nathan – Drawing 2015
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“This is the first place I suggest to student artists looking to improve their skills. The course list and workshops allow you to engage from whatever angle fits your needs. If you’re in the area, it’s worth taking advantage of.”

– Christopher Green, Green Haus Design Studio