• Art Building West
  • Visual Arts Building
  • Dimensional Practice
  • Media, Social Practice, and Design
  • Painting and Drawing
  • Sagrada Familia interior ceiling.
  • Printmaking
  • Art History

Noteworthy

  • Photo of student Tony Ramos

    Tony Ramos earned his his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design in May, and this summer he exhibited his work in the Ark Gallery at the Studio Arts building. Each poster took a minimum of 40 hours to render; most of them he rendered with a very slight movement of his thumb, and the rest he rendered with his chin, using new technology.

  • "Bodas de Sangre," print by Mauricio Lasansky

    The exhibition includes prints by Lasansky and five of his students, 1945-1952: Lee Chesney, Barbara Fumagalli, Arthur Levine, Janet K. Ruttenberg, and Donn Steward. August 25-September 11, 2014, Levitt Gallery/Art Building West.
    LINK TO EXHIBITION CATALOG

School of Art & Art History Quick Facts

3The Printmaking specialty is ranked 3rd among similar programs at public institutions of higher learning.* 6The Painting & Drawing specialty is ranked 6th among similar programs at public institutions of higher learning.* 9The Master of Fine Arts Program ranks 9th among similar programs at public institutions of higher learning*

* U.S. News & World Report's America’s Best Graduate Schools 2015 guidebook.

In the SAAH, there are 635 undergraduate majors and 105 graduate students.
473 are pursuing a BA degree. 132 were selected to pursue a BFA degree.
241 are enrolled in the University Honors Program. 290 of our students have double majors.
54% or more of the graduating class was comprised of BFAs (Fall '12 and Spring '13).