Major and minor offered, as well as K-12 teaching certification in conjunction with the Education Department. Professors: Limouze (chair-Spring), Udechukwu (retired); Associate Professors: Basu (chair-Fall), Dane, Denaci, Hauber, Schulenberg; Assistant Professor: Knobel; Visiting Assistant Professor: Jones; Lecturer: Stein.
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Creative process, technique and content are taught concurrently throughout all of the studio classes. Courses include digital and traditional artistic media. Art history courses range from the ancient Mediterranean, Asia and Africa through the western world, from the Middle Ages to postmodernism. Both studio and art history courses bring to students an awareness of the philosophical, psychological and cultural bases from which works of art take shape.
As a complement to the art and art history program, the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery sponsors a program of thematic and contemporary exhibitions, including faculty and alumni exhibitions and annual student shows. Students are often employed in the gallery program, so that they may develop a working knowledge of aspects of gallery management, including registration, installation, conservation, and writing informational materials for exhibitions.