2-D Studios | Painting | Drawing | Printmaking | Photography
3-D Studios | Glass | Sculpture | Ceramics | Fiber
Communication Art & Design | Interior Architecture
The drawing program consists of intermediate and advanced level courses for students who wish to pursue drawing as an area of specialization or to develop their drawing skills in relation to other studio areas. Students may work in a variety of traditional media, including graphite, charcoal and pastel, and are encouraged to explore the use of new and mixed media as well. Our program allows work in either abstract or realistic idioms. Regular courses are supplemented by a visiting artist program and by special topic courses, such as Landscape Drawing and Anatomy and Life Drawing.
A large well-equipped studio provides individual working spaces for non-figurative drawing and ample community space for complex projects and drawing from live models.
For further information regarding the Drawing Program, please contact
Professor James Grubola, Chair
Email James Grubola