Connect with the community of students, faculty, and staff here in the School of Art. Visit the Art Advising Office to check in with your art adviser. Like Art Advising on Facebook. Follow the SoA on Twitter.
The School of Art Advising Office uses the ArtAdvice listserv to send important announcements, dates and deadlines, and policies that affect our majors (subscribe to the list).
ArtExperience is an electronic “bulletin board” where you can find information about events at the School of Art, the UW, and the local arts community, internship/career opportunities and more.
The Studio Art Program In Rome
The Rome Program began in the Autumn Quarter of 1994 with two faculty members and 23 students from the School of Art. It has continued to offer a program every year with over 250 students and 11 different faculty members having participated in this unique opportunity to live and study in one of the world’s most fascinating cities. 3D4M majors regularly participate in this excellent study abroad opportunity, exploring the city and its culture while developing their own studio work.
Pratt Fine Arts Center
Pratt Fine Arts Center is a nonprofit arts education and resource center located in Seattle. Pratt offers art classes for every age and every level of ability in four fully-equipped art studios: glass; sculpture; drawing, painting and printmaking; and jewelry/metalsmithing. Pratt also offers a number of work-study, scholarship, and residency opportunities.
For the past 20 years, Artist Trust has been committed to providing individual artists with resources necessary to prosper. Artist Trust maintains a great website providing information on exhibition and funding opportunities and has granted direct support to Washington State’s most promising and respected musicians, writers, visual and craft artists, playwrights, choreographers, composers, performers and filmmakers.