Practice in a variety of media such as painting, drawing, photography, printmaking and sculpture.
At WSU Vancouver you have the opportunity to put your ideas into form while becoming visually literate, historically grounded, and familiar with the diversity of arts and cultures worldwide. Studio course sections are kept small, where you are encouraged to develop your personal ideas and aesthetic expression in the context of contemporary issues and practices.
Art may be used as a concentration for the Bachelor of Arts in Humanities. Students can also earn a minor in art. As a compliment to any academic program, the coursework in art enables you to focus on studio art and its associated visual skills.