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NEWS

DEBRA DREXLER SOLO SHOW AND WALKTHROUGH

Professor Debra Drexler has a solo exhibition currently open at the Front Room Gallery in New York City.…

WENDY KAWABATA AND JAN DICKEY IN INPA 9

INPA, the International Painting Annual, is a juried exhibition-in-print published by the Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing…

JAMES JACK AT DONKEY MILL ART CENTER

MA alumnus James Jack, now Assistant Professor of Practice in the Visual Art program at Yale-NUS College in…

DRU HARA AND CHRISTIAN NAVARRO AT ARS CAFE

BFA alumnus Dru Hara and new BFA candidate Christian Navarro are featured in an exhibition at Ars Cafe…

“TURNING THE KEY” EXHIBITION OPEN NOW AT DOWNTOWN ART CENTER

Due to COVID-19, many campus exhibitions have been canceled or moved online, including the annual BFA exhibition, which…

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COMING SOON

Dorothea Lange: The War Relocation Authority Assignment
KEN OKIISHI: A MODEL CHILDHOOD
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BA + BFA degree programs

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MA + MFA degree programs

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The Academic Program

The Department of Art and Art History (ART) offers three separate but interrelated undergraduate programs. Art history, leading to the BA, affords the opportunity to study the arts of Asia, the Pacific, and the West in a historical and cultural context. The studio art programs provide students either with a broad-based, liberal arts approach via the BA or with a more focused studio specialization leading to the BFA. The latter is considered more appropriate for students intending to pursue the MFA at the graduate level.