Reinhardt University offers a
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio
Art. This degree seeks to produce graduates who have the
ability to think critically about their work and to verbalize and
write clearly about the relationship between the formal conceptual aspects of visual communication. The Fine Arts Program prepares students for graduate work as well as a variety of careers in visual media.
Are You Ready To...
• Complete a senior project
• Spend money on materials and
• Visit museums and galleries to
study other artists
• Display your work in student
• Take academic as well as art
• Learn the rules even as you
• Learn standard techniques as
you develop your own style
• Listen to and learn from criticism of your work
• Experiment with a variety of
• Spend hours working alone in
It Helps To Be...
• A creative person who wants to try it all
The work environment for fine
artists varies from studios
housed in warehouses and lofts
to private home workspaces. If
you find a salaried job in a company, gallery or firm, you can expect to work a standard work week, but if you are a freelance artist, you'll probably set your own schedule.
Studio courses stress concentration and self-discipline leading to eventual self expression; at the same time they provide an in-depth understanding of art and its traditional and contemporary
principles and theories. If you're
not ready to commit to any one
medium and you love bringing
your ideas to life, studio art could be the major for you.
Americans for the Arts
National Endowment for the Arts
American Art Therapy Association
Association of Medical Illustrators
What Can I Do with A Degree in Studio Art?
|Why major in art? Why not just grab a paintbrush, pencil, or
chisel and do your thing? The reasons to study art in college are
many. You'll have the chance to try out new media - you may
enter school as a painter and fall in love with printmaking. You
might start out sculpting in clay but discover that woodworking is
your true love. From your professors, you'll learn skills and techniques that will help you work more efficiently and consistently. With your peers, you'll practice the art of critique. And in art history classes, you'll learn from great masters new and old. Students in studio arts learn the skills and techniques they need to express themselves as visual artists.
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Art Supply Stores
City, State, and
Greeting Card Companies
Interior Design Firms
Magazines and Newspapers
Media Production Companies
Public Relations Firms
• Visit the Career & Professional Development Services department in the Hasty Student Life Building and explore your career and intern potentials through CCN, FOCUS and CANDID Careers/Perfect Interview programs
• Develop a strong portfolio
• Enter art competitions and shows on and off campus
T. Brett Mullinix
Fine Arts Program Coordinator
Associate Professor of Art
For more information
Peggy Collins Feehery
Director of Career and Professional Development Services
Hasty Student Life Center, Room 301
Office: (770) 720-5548
Fax: (770) 720-9105
Career Services Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.