The BFA in Studio Art at Endicott offers a three-dimensional concentration with an emphasis in ceramics. Endicott students are taught hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques by augmenting these traditional processes with contemporary practices such as the use of installation and other sculptural techniques. Technical skill, aesthetic awareness, and craftsmanship are addressed. Focus is given to the principles and elements of design and the design process.
The student in the 3D track develops a personal body of work that can be used for application to graduate school or to gain employment in a variety of art-related fields such as ceramic technician, curator, arts administrator in a museum or arts council, gallery owner, educator and professional artist.
Curriculum Requirements - Total Credits Required: 127-128
Freshman - Credits: 32
Quantitative Reasoning General Education Requirement (Cr: 3)