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    University of North Texas
   
    Dec 01, 2020  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

Department of Studio Art


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Main Office
Art Building, Room 230

Mailing address:
1155 Union Circle #305100
Denton, TX 76203-5017
940-565-7671

E-mail: studio@unt.edu
Web site: art.unt.edu

Lauren Lake, Chair

Gustavo Plascencia, Assitant Chair & Graduate Coordinator

Faculty   art.unt.edu/people/studio-art

About

We serve our students by focusing on their intellectual + creative growth, fostering their practice, and preparing them for lifetimes of accomplishment and meaningful contribution as culture creators. The program frames the individual needs of each student through the development of conceptual, aesthetic, and technical skills. While in the College of Visual Arts and Design, students participate in ideas and practices across disciplines while engaging in the critical practice of the fine artist.

Degree

The Department of Studio Art offers the BFA degree with a major in studio art and concentrations in ceramics, drawing and painting, metalsmithing and jewelry, new media art, photography, printmaking and sculpture. Students interested in these degrees may contact the department office.

Entering students

All students who are admitted to UNT who wish to major in Studio Art will be designated as Pre-Studio Art until they complete the entry review and are accepted into a concentration and will initially be advised by the office of Student Services. Admission to the university does not guarantee admission to the major.

Entry into Concentrations

Students are able to apply to concentrations by portfolio entry review in order to major in studio art. Students can apply
after completion of their foundation courses (Drawing I, Drawing II, Design I, Design II) and completed 9 hours of 2000-level or higher studio art courses. Of those 9 hours, at least one 2000-level or higher course must be in the concentration they wish to pursue with a “B” or better grade. For detailed information: https://art.unt.edu/studio-art-concentration-entry-portfolio-review

Programs

    Pre-majorsMajorsMinors

    Courses

      Studio Art

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