Our programs in fine art are designed to give budding artists a solid foundation in the arts for professional practice or further study at the graduate level. Through rigorous courses in portfolio building and art history, the fine artist can lock in fundamental skills and develop a voice needed to communicate relevant truths to their culture.
Design and Painting Examples
This video features some fine artwork by our students from 2018 in the areas of design and painting. Exhibits of student work is featured in the beautiful John C. Williams Gallery in the second floor of Brock Hall.
Fine Art Degrees
A minor in art is offered in addition to the following majors:
What can I do with a degree in Fine Art?
Fine arts students usually go on to graduate school after receiving their undergraduate degree and continue to develop their portfolios before entering the job market. Many fine artists work as professional illustrators and concept artists—either freelance or through a studio. Others work to sell their art through art dealers or gallery shows, although this avenue tends to be more difficult when getting started.
Career opportunities include
- Concept Artists
- Restoration Artist
- Fine Art Painters
- Fine Art Sculptors
- Art Teachers
- Gallery Owners
- Art Museum Curators