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Fine Arts Studio

Program Overview

This is where you get your ands dirty. The Fine Arts Studio Program offers an intensive two year studio program with the emphasis on physically creating art through drawing, painting and sculpture. Through learning the latest skills and techniques, you find your own creative voice and launch your professional career as an artist.


In this program you will:

  • Develop advanced skills and work independently both in and out of the studio environment and nurture a lifetime of growth as a professional visual artist and storyteller

  • Have a progressive learning experience led by a collaborative team of teachers who share a commitment to the central philosophy of excellence through meaningful skills and concept development

  • Be encouraged to develop personal directions and approaches to build your own unique voice and style in visual storytelling

  • Graduates of this program find inspired new career paths in the art world as exhibiting artists or in the visual art industries including animation, illustration and design.




  • Attention to individual creative growth in a studio environment

  • Small classes with an emphasis on peer support and mentorship with other students and artists

  • A focus on traditional media, with selective integration of digital processes necessary to thrive as a professional in the contemporary art world

  • Learn all about the business of being an artist - getting shows and commissions, applying for grants, marketing yourself and building your career

  • Enjoy enthusiastic faculty who are all accomplished professional artists and teach from their personal experience

  • Public exposure through rental programs

  • We offer a friendly, welcoming non-institutional environment close to your heart of the city and gallery communities


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Semester 1

   Creativity in Context

   College Communications 1

   Figure Drawing

   Drawing and Composition

   Painting Techniques 1

   Sculpture 1: The Human Figure

   History of World Art from the Prehistoric to                                     17th Century                         


Semester 2

   College Communications 2

   History of World Art from 18th C -                               Postmodernism 

   Figure Drawing II

   Figure Painting I

   Image Development 1

  Sculpture II: Non Figurative Explorations

  Digital Promotion

  Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to                                        Social Action


Semester 3

   Figure Drawing III

   Painting Explorations I

   Image Development 2

   Digital Explorations

   Ontemporary Issues in Art

   Professional Practice

   General Education Elective


Semester 4

   Exhibiton Management

   Figure Drawing IV

   Drawing and Painting Thesis

   Illustration Workshop




Notes: Students will be placed in the appropriate English and math level based on skills assessment results.



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