Studio art

Program Coordinator: Julieve Jubin
Office: 220 Tyler Hall
Phone: 315-312-3243
email: julieve.jubin@oswego.edu

Degree Offerings:
BFA Studio Art BA Track I
Studio Art
Art Minor

The Art Department offers a variety of hands-on courses in ceramics, drawing, design, illustration, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture. 

For students in the BFA Studio program,  studies also include specific attention to the latest developments in art theory, criticism and history. Through peer and group discussion and critique, students will advance from foundation studies to specialize in a medium of their choice. Students use the numerous work-study, assistantship or study abroad programs to gain valuable, practical experience.

Students in the BA Studio Art program or Art Minor look for careers in diverse areas. If students combine their studies with a second major or minor they are able to seek opportunities in many fields including Scientific Illustration, Arts Management, and Art Therapy, as well as Psychology, Sociology, or Anthropology. Some BA students continue in graduate studies in Business, Art Therapy, Education, the Cognitive or the Social Sciences.

BFA Studio Art

Degree Highlights
·Offers a variety of courses in Ceramics, Drawing, Design, Illustration, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, and Sculpture.

·Studies include specific attention to the latest developments in Art Theory, Criticism and Art History.
·Students advance from foundation studies to specialize in a medium of their choice.    
·Students use the numerous work-study, assistantship or study abroad programs to gain valuable practical experience.
·Graduates of the program have been accepted in well-known MFA programs. Students often go on to become k-12 teachers, college professors, museum professionals, gallery workers, and self-employed artists.

BFA: Studio Art: Track I-Fine Art Requirements: can be found in the undergraduate College catalog at this link

BA: Track I - Studio Art

 Studio offerings include Drawing, Design, Illustration, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Ceramics, Sculpture, and Graphic Design. Students in the BA Studio Art program look for careers in diverse areas. If students combine the BA with a second major or minor they are able to seek opportunities in many fields including Scientific Illustration, Arts Management, and Art Therapy, as well as Psychology, Sociology, or Anthropology. Some BA students continue in graduate studies in Business, Art Therapy, Education, the Cognitive or the Social Sciences.

 BA: Studio Art: Track I-Studio Art Requirements can be found in the undergraduate College catalog at this link