Studio Art Resources
Listed below are general/interdisciplinary studio art courses. To view course offerings within a specific area of specialization, please visit Studio Areas of Specialization.
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ARTS 1301 Studio Art Foundations I
This course emphasizes a hands-on experience with drawing and two-dimensional design. Students engage in a series of short exercises and longer projects that incorporate contemporary art-making methods such as collage, photography, sculptural exercises, digital technologies, collaborative processes and interdisciplinary activities.
ARTS 1302 Studio Art Foundations II
This course emphasizes a hands-on experience with three- and four-dimensional artmaking. Students engage in a series of short exercises and longer projects that incorporate contemporary art-making methods such as collage, video, drawing, sculpture, installation, performance, digital technologies, collaborative processes and interdisciplinary activities.
ARTS 4000 Senior/Thesis Art Exhibition
A senior level course in which all graduating students majoring in Studio Art with a studio specialization, Studio Art leading to All Level Certification, or in Photography, must participate during their last academic year. In consultation with thesis faculty, studio art and photography students will select work to exhibit from their Thesis I and Thesis II courses. Students earning teaching certification will select work to exhibit in consultation with art education faculty advisors.
ARTS 4100 Special Problems in Studio Art
This course provides the skills to prepare, package, and present written and professional documents and documentation of the creative work. The course also covers additional topics required for pursuing a professional career in the arts, building community, and preparing for post-BFA opportunities.
ARTS 4200 Professional Practice and Portfolio
This course covers professional topics required for pursuing a career in the arts, building community, and preparing for post-BFA opportunities. It is taken in conjunction with Thesis I-level classes; students develop written and professional documents and documentation of creative work.
ARTS 4312 Studio Art Internship
A course designed to offer students the opportunity to experience and receive academic credit for professional related activities in the field of the studio arts. Requires consent of instructor.
This is a list of useful links that can help connect studio artists and students to relevant opportunities, including artist residencies, exhibitions, funding, jobs, etc. Have a resource to share? Contact the Web Team
|ArtDeadline.com||Opportunities listings, including exhibitions, jobs, grants, etc.|
|Artist Communities Alliance (ACA)||International association of artist residencies (with searchable residency directory)|
|Big Artist Opportunities List||A list of hundreds of art opportunities, primarily residencies, built and maintained by artist Everest Pipkin|
|CaFE (Call For Entry)||Opportunities listings, including exhibitions, public commissions, grants, etc.|
|College Art Association (CAA) Opportunites||Opportunities listings, including jobs, conferences, funding, etc.|
|EntryThingy||Online application portal with opportunities listings|
|Glasstire Classifieds||Texas-based arts opportunities: jobs, exhibitions, residencies, grants, studio space, etc.|
|Hyperallergic Opportunities||Online arts magazine with monthly opportunities digest post|
|Res Artis||Artist residency listings and open calls|