Drawing is a dynamic and open program of research, critique, and intensive studio and post-studio exploration tailored to each student’s unique voice.
- Shared studio spaces in first and second year classes
- Individual studio spaces in third and fourth year
- Pop-up student gallery spaces
Drawing faculty members are practicing artists with a broad range of experiences and backgrounds. Their teaching goes to wherever the students’ work leads, whether it’s the contemporary use of traditional materials or to more experimental media.
Drawing alumni become practicing artists, gallery staff, arts administrators, curators, or pursue graduate degrees in architecture, fine art, art history, art therapy, and education. Graduates leave with highly transferable skills ready to enter the workforce with agility and criticality.