The Department of Art and Art History provides a diverse, collaborative, and integrated curriculum in the different aspects of art.
The curriculum integrates the liberal arts mission of critical thinking, information literacy, and written and oral expression. It also incorporates the limitless potential of artistic expression and the diverse possibilities of a liberal arts education.
ALL NEW ART courses in 2021-22
(In addition to all the regular offerings in digital media art, drawing, painting, printmaking and photography)
- ART 211/ART 311. Portrait Photography: Identity and Social Justice
- ART 233. Introduction to Design
- ART 233/ART 333. Storytelling with Mobile Art Photography
- ART 223. Printmaking 1: Traditional and Contemporary Techniques
- ART 233. Commercial Illustration
- ART 233. Fiber Textile Art Objects
- ART 247. Introduction to Animation
Announcing two Winterim Art Classes!
ART 233 Topics in Studio Art: Introduction to Design
MTWR 1:00 – 5:10 pm
Lori Rubeling has been collaborating and teaching art and design curricula with communities and a variety of educational institutions for over 30 years. Rubeling currently teaches in the Graphic Design Department in the School of Design at Stevenson University. Subjects taught at Stevenson include foundation art and design studios, rapid visualizing drawing scenarios, visual design theory, history of design, aesthetics, theatre collaboration, and exhibition design. She also teaches drawing systems at Morgan State University in the graduate architecture program. Her previous teaching positions include MICA, CCS College of Art and Design, and Mt. Saint Mary’s University. Community clients include Carroll Mansion, Case[werks] Gallery and Showroom, D Center Baltimore, Irvine Nature Center, the Northeast Regional Honors Council, North Charles Business Committee, SHAG: Society for History and Graphics, and Station North Arts and Entertainment District.
(Header image: Likely Stories: chaos to cosmos)
ART 233/333 Topics in Studio Art: Storytelling with Mobile Art Photography
MTWR 8:00 am – 12:10 pm
Mollie Schaidt is a photographer and sculptor from Virginia. She recently earned her MFA in Photography from Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. Schaidt received her BFA in Photography and Print Media, and 3D Media with an emphasis in Sculpture, from Old Dominion University. She is concerned with systemic issues and social injustices impacting the lower socio-economic class in the United States. She examines the long-term effect of poverty on this population. Schaidt’s current ongoing project, When Pigs Fly, is an experiential and personal work depicting her family and their current condition in a cycle of poverty. Mollie is teaching photography classes at St. Mary’s College this fall.
Attention new and returning students:
If you are in need of advising for art, or have been closed out of classes that you need for your major or minor, please contact Carrie Patterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.