Native American Art - Art Studio
Bachelor of Fine Arts - Native American Art (Art Studio)
Develop your creative and critical thinking skills by combining courses in Art Studio and Native American Studies, which also provides context for your individual voice as a contemporary artist.
Studio courses introduce diverse materials and technical skills, as well as traditional and emerging areas, that include drawing, digital fabrication, electronic art, installation and performance art, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, video and media art.
The Native American Studies courses encourage the use of different creative traditions within your studio practice. They also provide an in-depth engagement with Aboriginal issues in contemporary 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.
Facilities & Spaces
Metal shop with foundry, forge and plasma cutter
Individual studios for senior students
Modern woodshop, ceramic and plaster studios
Bronze and aluminum foundry
Digital fabrication lab includes 4-axis CNC router and 3D printer
Printmaking studios with Boss Laser Engraver
Digital media studio with 3D and large format printer
Photography & camera obscura studio with full wet darkroom
Painting and drawing studios
Exhibition, installation and experimental spaces
“I have always been artistic and the appeal of a career in the arts seemed the perfect thing. More than anything I have enjoyed my studio classes because of the hands-on creativity of it all. The Faculty of Fine Arts has supported my education by providing an outlet for my creativity and enhancing it with diverse experiences.”
- Grant Spotted Bull
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