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Studio Art Major

Description

The studio art major is designed to provide a well-rounded art experience, encompassing two-dimensional and three-dimensional media, art history courses, and a concentration (four levels) in one area. Students majoring in art are encouraged to expand their understanding of art as it relates to other disciplines, cultures, and global concerns. BS/BA Studio majors may also take DCE 323 Career Explorations in Art, in which they may receive credit for apprenticeships or internships in artists' studios, galleries or alternative spaces.

What can I do with a studio art major?

Admission to the Program

Anyone can declare this major.

Program Requirements

Students in the studio arts major pursue either a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree, and must complete the corresponding degree's requirements.

In addition to the course requirements below, students must meet the following requirements:

  1. A minimum grade of "C" must be attained in all courses in the major.
  2. No more than 54 credits in studio art (or any other single discipline) can be used to satisfy the 120-credit requirement for the BA or BS.
  3. VSW Summer Intensive courses may not be used to complete BA/BS degree requirements without departmental permission.

Core Courses

  • ARH 201 Survey of World Art I
  • ARH 202 Survey of World Art II
  • ART 210 2-D Design
  • ART 212 3-D Design
  • ART 221 Drawing I
  • ARH 420 20th-Century Arts
  • ONE course in EACH of the following three-dimensional media by advisement:
    • Ceramics
    • Sculpture

Total Number of Credits: 42

Program Requirements - 45 Credit Graphic Design Concentration

Students in the studio arts major pursue either a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree, and must complete the corresponding degree's requirements.

In addition to the course requirements below, students must meet the following requirements:

  1. A minimum grade of "C" must be attained in all courses in the major.
  2. No more than 54 credits in studio art (or any other single discipline) can be used to satisfy the 120-credit requirement for the BA or BS.
  3. VSW Summer Intensive courses may not be used to complete BA/BS degree requirements without departmental permission.

Core Courses

  • ARH 201 Survey of World Art I*
  • ARH 202 Survey of World Art II*
  • ART 210 2-D Design*
  • ART 212 3-D Design*
  • ART 221 Drawing I*
  • ARH 420 20th-Century Arts
  • ART 225 Graphic Design I
  • ART 235 Typography I
  • ART 325 Typography II
  • ART 450 Portfolio & Professional Practices
  • ART 300 Graphic Design II
  • ART 425 Graphic Design III (Web Publications)
  • ART 427 Advanced Problems in Graphic Design

*Foundational courses; must be taken in the first year.

Total Number of Credits: 45

Department of Art

Department Chair: Timothy Massey
Location: Tower 204
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Email: ljewell@brockport.edu
Phone: (585) 395-2206
Fax: (585) 395-2588

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Faculty & Staff

Sarah Ballard MA
(University Of Arizona)
Lecturer

Kurt Besl-Treeby MFA
(Syracuse University)
Lecturer

Christian Carson MFA
(SUNY At Albany)
Associate Professor

Alisia G Chase Ph.D
(University Of Minnesota-Twin Cities)
Associate Professor

Duncan A Chase MFA
(Alfred University)
Shop/ Safety Technician

Eunsuh Choi MFA
(Rochester Institute Of Technology)
Adjunct Lecturer

Sara DiDonato MFA
(SUNY At Albany)
Associate Professor

Debra Fisher MFA
(Ohio State University-Main Campus)
Associate Professor

Jennifer M Hecker MFA
(University Of Minnesota-Twin Cities)
Professor

Ingrid Hess MFA
(Indiana University-Bloomington)
Visiting Assistant Professor

Kitty Hubbard MFA
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Associate Professor

LuAnne Jewell
Secretary 1

Phyllis Kloda MFA
(Ohio University-Main Campus)
Professor and Associate Dean

Christopher Lyons BFA
(SUNY At Buffalo)
Adjunct Lecturer

Timothy Massey MFA
(Ohio State University-Main Campus)
Associate Professor + Chair

Lori E Mills MFA
(Rochester Institute Of Technology)
Associate Professor

James F Morris MFA
(University Of Massachusetts-Amherst)
Professor

Byron Rich MFA
(SUNY At Buffalo)
Adjunct Lecturer

Janet L Winkie MFA
(Rochester Institute Of Technology)
Lecturer