The study of Art History develops the student’s ability to place a work of art in its historical, cultural, social and political contexts by developing both analytical and visual skills.
The Creative Technologies BFA and MFA programs offer an inclusive approach to educating artists and designers, implementing technologies in analog and digital realms that are uniquely available at Virginia Tech.
The Studio Arts Program is looking to the future to prepare students for the digitally enhanced world by offering a range of classes in new media and creative technologies including, digital photography, digital video and visual effects, digital painting and 3D animation and modeling.
Some of many opportunities offered to students in the School of visual arts.
Three week study abroad trip to Europe and Switzerland.
Poster artist Jay Ryan hosted a screen printing demo for students.
Students who serve as advocates, recruiters, and mentors for the School of Visual Arts.
The School of Visual Arts at Virginia Tech is located in Blacksburg, Virginia