• BFA / MFA Thesis Exhibition, Snite Museum of Art.

    Student exhibitions of art and design work are an important aspect of department programming and demonstrate a broad awareness of themes, strategies and processes of contemporary practice.

  • Master of Fine Arts student critique.

    The graduate program educates and prepares qualified, promising students for professional careers as artists, designers and art historians.

  • Painting Studio, Riley Hall.

    A multidisciplinary department that offers courses of study to develop visual literacy and analytical research skills to conceptualize, fabricate, and evaluate works of art and design.

  • Design Studios at West Lake Hall.

    Design endeavors to implement meaning and utility by identifying and solving important problems of human, social, environmental & cultural needs.

  • Minor in Studio Arts.

    Students who have developed the cognitive flexibility to understand, manage and respond to complexity, ambiguity and change in effective, novel ways consistently have a competitive edge. The Studio Minor in AAHD cultivates abilities that are important in our rapidly changing global economy, where employers increasingly seek individuals who are able to move beyond routine approaches, and instead think creatively to find solutions to complex problems.


Justin Barfield in INAD 2016 Exhibition
Time: Mon May 9, 2016, All Day
Location: Selcuk University Museum

The Promise of the Vatican Library
May 8-10, 2016
Location: University of Notre Dame

2016 Thesis Exhibition by Notre Dame BFA and MFA Candidates
Present -  May 15
Location: Snite Museum of Art

Justin Barfield in Processing Temperature
Tue May 17, 2016
Location: Woodbury Art Museum of Utah Valley University

Justin Barfield: 36th Annual National Print Exhibition at Artlink
Present - May 25, 2016
Location: Auer Center for Art and Culture, 300 East Main St, Fort Wayne, IN

Leticia Bajuyo: Event Horizons
Present - October
Location: Indiana State Museum



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