Encompassing both studio practice and theory, a primary concern of
the Art Program is that every artist be challenged to develop a
critical self-awareness about their work and to better understand
the aesthetic, social and intellectual contexts that inform
artmaking in today's globalized world.
Both the undergraduate and graduate tracks offer instruction in a
wide range of media, including installation, video, film, writing,
performance, painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, digital
imaging and sculpture. The curriculum relies on a flexible
structure of individualized instruction and mentoring to emphasize
the articulation of ideas, the development of working methodologies
and the realization of independent studio work.