Experiment with Visual Media
Canisius offers a studio art minor and all courses are designed to improve students' conceptual, formal and technical art making skills. Students will also develop a formal portfolio under the direction of working professional artists. The Studio Art program offers excellent preparation for advanced study in art, and is also open to students looking to experiment in visual media.
By graduation, studio art minors will have the knowledge, experience, and portfolio to continue for a BFA as well as for some graduate programs with an art studio component.
Why Study Studio Art at Canisius
- Student art work is continually exhibited in the Peter A. and Mary Lou Vogt Art Gallery, located along the studio art corridor on the fourth floor of Lyons Hall.
- Our fully-equipped studio features digital cameras, two flatbed printing presses, a kiln, plus state-of-the-art computer software for sculpture.
- Studio art faculty members are all professional artists who participate in national and international juried and curated shows. Adjunct Professor David Miller was commissioned for the American Indian exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution.
- Work by students, faculty and other artists is regularly shown in two campus galleries.
Want more information?
Call 1-800-843-1517 to talk to an admissions counselor.