BFA - Art (Art Studio)

Bachelor of Fine Arts - Art (Art Studio)

Develop technical expertise in various mediums and explore a range of emerging and traditional art studio areas including:

  • drawing
  • digital fabrication
  • electronic art
  • installation and performance art
  • painting
  • photography
  • printmaking
  • sculpture
  • video and media art

This conceptually-oriented contemporary art program allows you to draw from all your areas of study to create art.

As a senior student, develop your own artistic direction with support from an art studio professor of your choice, who works one-on-one with you. In addition, you have your own studio space where you have the freedom to experiment.

Art History/Museum Studies courses help hone your critical thinking and writing skills, and provide a context for your emerging voice as an artist.

What Can I Do With My Major?

 

 

Know your calendar year

Remember that program requirements vary depending on the calendar year, which is usually the year of admission to uLethbridge. Therefore requirements may differ from year to year, even within the same major.

For questions about this or changing calendar years speak with an advisor.

 

 

Sample Sequencing Plan

Shown below is a sample of courses for your degree.  If you follow this plan, you should be able to graduate in the time shown.  If you want to alter the sequence, consult with an Academic Advisor

For more information on individual courses, see the Course Catalogue or review your Program Planning Guide.

 

 

Topics Courses

Example: ART 3015 - Installation Art: Site, Sense, Process

This course is an introduction to installation art. Students will develop projects individually and collaboratively and will explore fundamental aspects of installation art including its relationship to site and process, its connection to various conditions—be they aesthetic, spatial, historical, social or political—and its bridging of conventional art boundaries: public and private, subjective and collective, permanent and mutable. Students will utilize a range of characteristic elements and media such as: light, colour, objects, text, images, bodies, drawing, sound, narrative, gesture and performance. The presence of the viewer/visitor, the work’s relationship to time, space and material, and intersections between event, experience and documentation, will be considered.

Prerequisites as per calendar

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Minors

A minor is a good way to complement your major, have your interests in another subject area recognized on your official transcript, and expand your employment opportunities. It is an optional component of your degree program that requires a smaller number of courses to complete.

See An Advisor for more information about this.