Jeremiah Donovan, chair
Dowd Fine Arts Center, Room 224-C
School of Arts and Sciences
Martine Barnaby, Stephen Clark, Jeremiah Donovan, Charles Heasley, Szilvia Kadas, Kathryn Kramer, Jenn McNamara, Vaughn Randall
For a listing of adjunct faculty see the Faculty and Administration section.
Degrees and Minors
Bachelor of Arts in Art – with a concentration in either Art History or Studio Art
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Studio
Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design and Digital Media
Minor in Art – Specialization in Art History
Minor in Art – Specialization in Studio Art
Minor in Graphic Design and Digital Media
Studio Art – with specialization in ceramics, fibers, painting, print media and sculpture.
The art and art history curriculum develops skills of analysis and critical thinking through instruction in the making and history of visual art. Art and art history courses emphasize the importance of the art object in society as a means of both individual and cultural expression, which is reinforced by a variety of guest lectures, studio critiques, and museum and gallery visits. The year-round program of exhibitions, visiting artists, and symposia organized by the Dowd Gallery complements the department's activities by providing further opportunities for students to apply their developing aesthetic awareness to a wide range of artwork, ideas and values.
- Dowd Gallery permanent art collection and study archive
- Summer international study programs
- Visiting artists and lecturers program
- Scholarship fund
- Cooperative work-study program
- Degree requirements listed in this catalog apply to all of the majors offered by this department.
- Liberal Arts Requirements: B.A. - 90 credit hours; B.F.A. - 31 credit hours.
CoursesArt HistoryArt TheoryStudio Art