Major in Studio Art
Offered by the Saint Louis University College of Arts and Sciences
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in studio art
- Minor in studio art
- Interdisciplinary minor in visual communication
Saint Louis University Studio Art Degree OverviewAccredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, Saint Louis University's undergraduate degree program in studio art encourages your natural development as an artist while also providing you with a larger liberal arts education. SLU studio art students learn not just about their individual abilities as an artist, but also about connections that take place across disciplines and cultural differences. Graduates leave SLU with a portfolio of work and a better understanding of their own values and creative skills, as well as those of others.
SLU studio art students display their work in the McNamee Art Gallery, located on the ground floor of Saint Louis University's Historic Samuel Cupples House. Students also have access to SLU's two nationally recognized art museums: the Saint Louis University Museum of Art, also known as SLUMA, and the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art, known as MOCRA.
What You'll Learn in SLU's Studio Art Degree Program
Students in SLU's studio art degree program get hands on experience with many forms of artistic media, including ceramics, computer art, drawing, fibers, graphic design, metals, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture.
You'll also enhance your studio skills while also investigating your personal beliefs and participating in spiritual reflection. Classroom critiques and studio projects encourage respectful interaction and intellectual development and will help you develop your critical thinking and problem solving skills.
What Can You Do With a Degree in Studio Art from SLU?
Graduates with a degree in studio art from SLU work as designers, consultants, professional artists and art educators. They also work in museums and galleries or use their creative skills in a variety of other fields.