Studio Fine Arts
Degree: Bachelor of Arts
As a fine arts student at Union, you can expect to thrive in a close-knit environment in which you gain the confidence and skills needed to make, understand and appreciate art.
Working in the Feigenbaum Center for Visual Arts, you will be intellectually, creatively and technically challenged in small classes that promote artistic and personal discovery. You will experience a robust curriculum under the guidance of accomplished faculty who are active in their respective fields, regularly exhibiting their work and garnering awards in prestigious shows.
You’ll enjoy real opportunities to exhibit your own art, including in the Crowell and West Galleries in the visual arts building, Wikoff Student Gallery in the Nott Memorial, and at Steinmetz Symposium, a campus-wide event dedicated to research and creative work. The Department of Visual Arts also sponsors an exciting roster of visiting artists, including alumni who return to campus to talk about their experiences and career paths.