Art Studio Courses Or Digitally Based Arts? TU Offers You Real Choices
Arts Administration-Visual Arts
Are you interested in formal art studio training, or is digitally based visual communication your creative outlet? Or, are you interested in combining the two areas? The Visual Arts Concentration provides you first with a solid background in studio and art history. We then use a global thematic approach to help develop your personal vocabulary and interpretive skills, helping you to utilize these in contemporary applications and discover your own personal voice.
Real Resources: The Diane Kidd Gallery
TU students also have the advantage of having a real art gallery located right on campus – The Diane Kidd Gallery. Our students have the opportunity for a formal gallery showing before they graduate from college! Each year, a Student Show highlights the best and brightest of the artworks created by our students in this distinctive gallery setting.
Studio and art history courses will use a global thematic approach to develop the student’s vocabulary and interpretive skills with an emphasis on contemporary applications and interpretations. Visual applications will originate from either formal art studio courses or digitally based visual communication courses, or a combination of the two areas.
Visual Arts Curriculum:
|Arts Administration Core Curriculum|
|MGT201||Management of Organizations||3|
|MKT364||Event Marketing and Management||3|
|*SAS465||Managing the Arts||3|
|Three of the following:|
|ACC201||Survey of Accounting||3|
|CIS255||Internet & Website Development I (w)||3|
|COM212||Introduction to Public Relations (w)||3|
|COM329||Writing for Electronic Media (w)||3|
|LAW211||Business Law I||3|
|Visual Arts Concentration Curriculum|
|ART201||Introduction to Art History (w)||3|
|ART340||Topics in Art History (w)||3|
|*ART392||Advanced Studio Practice||3|
|*ART415||Art, Audience, and Community||3|
|Four of the following:|
|*ART420||Interactive Digital Design||3|
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