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Drawing

In exploring the vast world of drawing, there are various mediums to invest in and skills to expand. From working with chalks and oils to printmaking and charcoal, the drawing concentration is steadfast in the most prevalent and expansive techniques. In fostering a desire to pioneer new ways of thinking, this program is built on the historically sound methods of representational and abstract figure drawing. 

This program gives you the opportunity to draw from live models each week. You also apply for one of our many studio spaces to continue your creative endeavors outside the classroom.

Program Offerings
Bachelor of Art in Studio Arts
Concentration in Drawing

Student work

Careers

A major in studio art with a concentration on drawing will prepare you to begin a practice in freelance drawing or use your skills as a:

Printmaker
Independent Artist
Drafter

Painter
Illustrator

Professional Experience

In our facilities, students have access to using a personal studio space to help cultivate your talents and propel you on a path to success. We have had students hold internships with professional artists and galleries to gain valuable professional experience.

We want to learn more about you and your desire to become an exemplary artist. Our faculty are here to meet with you and help direct your learning and studio practice to become aligned with your deepest passions and calling. To learn more about us feel free to reach out to any of our amazing faculty!

Daniel Hall,  MA

Daniel Hall, MA

Keith Lowe,  BS

Keith Lowe, BS

Rod Crossman,  MFA

Rod Crossman, MFA

Eric Reaves,  BS

Eric Reaves, BS

Will Carpenter,  MFA

Will Carpenter, MFA