The School of Visual Arts prepares undergraduates to enter visual design professions and graduate programs in the visual arts. The School serves the public, regionally, nationally, and internationally through events, exhibitions, internships, competitions, workshops, and courses that nourish and renew the vitality of art and design leading innovation in art and design as it interfaces with technology.
A goal of the school is to present the world with culture-enriching leaders, talented visual communicators, and innovative designers. The studies of Art History, Studio Arts, and Visual Communication Design lead to careers in museums, auction houses, galleries, graphic design, computer animation, and more. Art and Art History's FourDesign is the college's professional design facility. The XYZ Gallery at 221 N. Main Street is home to the Student Art Association, which operates its program of exhibitions by students and local artists.
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