Department of Art and Art History, College of Fine and Performing Arts
Art Studio includes ceramics, drawing/painting, fiber/fabrics, mixed media, photography, printmaking and sculpture. The objectives of the major are to investigate the function of art and the relationships between art, culture, artist and audience. Art studio classes are designed to familiarize students with the principles that shape and inform visual literacy and expression through a variety of practices in art making.
Why Consider an Art Studio Major?
To learn to create, interpret, analyze, and make informed judgments about art, studio concepts, and practices.
Art Educator | Exhibiting Artist | Exhibit Designer | Gallery Director | Photographer | Curator
How to Declare (Admission and Declaration Process):
Most classes in the Studio area are restricted to majors only. To access classes in this area, an online application to the Department of Art and Art History is required at cfpa.wwu.edu/art/admissions. The application will include a portfolio of recent work and an unofficial transcript of any college-level courses already taken.
Application Deadlines: Application deadlines are by midnight on October 15 and January 31.
A grade of C- or better is required for a student’s major or minor courses, and supporting courses for majors and minors.