The making of art is a process of discovery, informed by craft, intuitive play, rigorous self-examination and an awareness of history.

Although we are in a climate of continual change, a climate in which traditional values in art are in constant question, students need to acquire solid skills in perception, close observation, and careful analytic thinking.

A Plan of Concentration in painting and drawing should be seen first as a broad-based course of study. The course structure emphasizes perceptual and technical skills and directs students toward critical and historical awareness and to the identification of a personal direction in painting and drawing.


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