Associate of Fine Arts: Fine Arts



Tracks for FINE ARTS: Painting & Drawing, Sculpture and Printmaking

Painting & Drawing Track – From direct observation and the human figure, develop a personal expression of meaning.

Sculpture Track – Conceptual and process oriented, gain a solid understanding of form and space.

Printmaking Track – Utilize traditional techniques, explore monotypes, etching and block printing to enhance formal practices.

Mission: In the Fine Arts program, exploration in the studio and frequent feedback from faculty and visiting artists nurture student artistic accomplishment and personal vision. Students learn how form and content in a work of art interact to yield meaning. Creative expression and effective communication are fostered by a solid foundation of work from observation and perception. Students are encouraged to develop ways of choosing directions, media, and subject matter. Through studio work, group discussion, lectures, seminars, individual consultations with faculty and visiting artists, and frequent trips to museums, galleries, and artists’ studios, students develop the technical ability, critical awareness, knowledge of historical frameworks, and self-discipline to form a unique, personal vision. A rigorous, structured program prepares students for the challenges of further study at four-year colleges of art and design. Within Fine Arts, students select a painting and drawing; sculpture; or printmaking track, depending on their desired area of emphasis.

Fine Arts Curriculum: Painting & Drawing Track, Sculpture Track or Printmaking Track  

Program Goals & Competencies

Fine Arts Syllabi with Supply Lists and Costs:

Drawing I

Drawing II

Drawing III

Drawing IV

Mixed Media 

Painting I

Painting II

Printmaking I

Printmaking II

Sculpture I 

Sculpture II

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