• BFA / MFA Thesis Exhibition, Snite Museum of Art, spring 2013.

    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, fall 2013.

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

  • Painting class, Riley Hall.

    We are a multidisciplinary department that offers degrees in three main academic areas. All our courses of study allow you to develop visual literacy and acquire the analytical and research skills required to conceptualize, fabricate, and evaluate works of art and design.

  • Cregg Commons, West Lake Hall.

    Design is a set of disciplines that bestows form and order to virtually all that humans make or theorize. Visual Communications Design and Industrial Design studios and offices are located in West Lake Hall.


Justin Barfield curated show: Indefinite Spaces
May 6, 5-7PM
Location: Crossroads Gallery for Contemporary Arts

Martina Lopez Distinguished Lecture for The National
May 31, 2-4PM
Location: Fort Wayne Museum of Art

Justin Barfield exhibition
Present - June 6
Location: Colfax Campus Gallery

2014 MFA/BFA Thesis Exhibition & Reception
Present - May 18
Location: Snite Museum of Art, Annenberg Auditorium

2014 BA Thesis Exhibition & Reception
Present - May 18
Location: Isis Gallery - O’Shaughnessy Hall

Mary Fashbaugh at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art
Present - June 15
Location: Fort Wayne Museum of Art

Martina Lopez in Galería Sin Fronteras
Present - August 17
Location: Galería Sin Fronteras, 1852 W. 19th street Chicago, IL

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