• Students discussing Art History work
  • Sketch of the birthplace of Herbert Hoover, by Grant Wood
  • Art class outside of Art Building West
  • Relief Sculpture
  • Relief art slabs
  • New Visual Art Building


  • Wallace C. Tomasini

    Wallace J. Tomasini (1926 - 2020)

    We were deeply saddened to learn that on January 31, 2020, The School of Art and Art History lost one of its pillars, Wallace Tomasini, known to colleagues and friends as “Maso.”  He taught for 58 years in the School and served as Director for 21 of those years.  His exuberance for life, learning, and teaching, his kindness and warmth, his intellectual integrity, and his complete dedication to SAAH and its success, made an indelible mark on the School, the College, the University, and beyond to all who knew him.  Maso taught generations of undergraduate and graduate students...

Undergraduate Students
are pursuing a double major
Graduate Students

497 undergraduates are pursuing a BA degree. 40 were selected to pursue a BFA degree.
50% or more of last year's graduating classes were comprised of BFAs.