The faculty of the Studio Arts program at Loyola Marymount University devote their visions, experiences, energies and service to sharing diverse ways of making art.
What is the Studio Arts program?
What Do Studio Arts majors Do?
Is This Major Right for You?
Through the program of studio arts courses, the students will know the basic definitions, concepts and techniques in the visual arts; they will be able to represent a distinct sensibility and prepare a professional portfolio; and they will be encouraged to value art history within the larger human context and value service to others and promotion of justice.
Through creative and scholarly study, the Studio Arts program prepares students for careers in the arts on both technical and conceptual levels. The faculty seeks to develop unique capabilities for individual artistic expression and to provide students with the intellectual and aesthetic means to make informed choices in a rapidly changing world.
To implement these goals, the faculty is committed to excellence in teaching, vitalized by creative activity and scholarly research. The Studio Arts faculty at LMU provide a solid pedagogy in the visual arts while expanding humanitarian and social consciousness in their students. The department is deeply committed to a curricular flexibility which reflect the technological, intellectual, professional, and aesthetic needs of our students.
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