B.A. and B.F.A. in Art

Courses in the Department of Art develop our students' perceptual skills, their access to the imagination, and their ability to think critically and independently. Instruction in use of art materials and specific arts processes enables students to create original artworks reflecting their evolving vision. Our program also fosters a broad cultural awareness of the visual arts in society. Graduating majors should be able to clearly express their ideas about artmaking. In addition, their grasp of historical and contemporary aesthetic issues should inform their own work. We offer excellent facilities, small classes taught by a distinguished faculty, space to work, a guest lecturer series, and field trips to museums, galleries and artists' studios.

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Gallery Programs 2013-14

  • Conceptual Photography Exchange Exhibition: China and the U.S.A. July 19-August 28
  • Juried Student Exhibition, May 13 - June 12
  • Emerging Artists Exhibition, March 11 - April 10 (Bay Area Colleges invitational)
  • BFA Exhibition, January 14 - February 13
  • Faculty Staff Exhibition, October 22 - November 27
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