As an Art student you will acquire the skills and knowledge to paint, sculpt, photograph, and design.
What you’ll experience in the Art program:
- You’ll learn from and work with faculty who are active artists.
- You’ll visit museums, galleries, and other art venues.
- Regardless of your chosen concentration, you will experience comprehensive, hands-on, project-based training across subjects. Brevard Art majors are trained in:
- Sculpture: steel fabrication and welding, iron pours, wood carving
- Photography: black and white processing, digital media
- Graphic Design: typography, illustration, branding, posters
- Life Drawing: live models, gesture, skeleton and muscle studies
- Student Exhibits: annual student exhibitions and senior exhibitions
Graduates of the Art program include:
- Ceramicist and Professor of Art
- PhD in Art History and Visual Studies
- Photographer and Art Teacher
- Graduate studies in Museum Studies
- Independent Artist and Drawing Instructor
- Marketing Coordinator
- Art Therapist
- Web and Graphic Designer
Majors, Minors, and Concentrations
Art majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art, with a required concentration in one of the following areas:
- Graphic Design
- Art History