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From cameras to canvas to computers, studio art encompasses both classical mediums and cutting-edge technologies.
Mount Holyoke’s Department of Art encourages artistic exploration while providing technical skills and interdisciplinary opportunities. Whether enrolled in introductory or advanced studio courses, students learn to express themselves in a range of methods and material. Analysis of original works and engagement with contemporary issues are part of the rich studio experience. The Department of Art offers both a major and a minor with courses taught by accomplished visual artists. In addition to working closely with these professionals, students also benefit from the department’s ties to the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, one of the oldest teaching museums in the country, and its affiliation with the Five College Consortium.
Our faculty specialize in painting, printmaking, sculpture, drawing, papermaking, performance art installation and photography.
The Department of Art offers both a major and minor in Art Studio, as well as, Teacher Licensure and award opportunities for students, graduates, and alumnae.
Explore internships and careers with advisors and tap into resources to connect with students and alumnae working in the arts.
Majors are encouraged to study abroad during their junior year to gain first-hand experience living in a new culture, and working alongside students from different art programs and exposure to great art and architecture.
Alumnae describe how their Art Studio experience has shaped their careers and their lives.
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