Art

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Students explore the gamut of contemporary art practices in multi-disciplinary Observation, Spaces, Narrative and Systems foundation classes.

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The Meadows Division of Art offers up to six full M.F.A. fellowships each year.

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Meadows Division of Art programs are accredited and reviewed by the National Association of Schools of Art & Design.

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The Division of Art offers small classes in multiple mediums – ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, digital, photography, painting and more.

Minor in Photography

Students completing 18 hours in photographic study can expect to obtain a sophisticated understanding of the photographically derived image and the technical and creative skills necessary for its production. Classes in photography offered by the Division of Art integrate the technical aspects of the medium with the aesthetic concerns appropriate to art. Through the use of photography, students learn to think and express themselves visually. A minor in photography prepares one for further work in fine arts or commercial photography and other areas where knowledge of photography is helpful. Beyond vocational applications, a minor in photography creates a firm foundation for future creative development.

Requirements for the Minor 18 Credit Hours
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Two from: 6
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Total Credit Hours 18

Note: All courses in studio art (including photography), except lectures and seminars, have a laboratory fee of $30 per credit hour, which is collected by the cashier at the time of enrollment.
The Minor in Photography is offered through the Division of Art.

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Minor in Art

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