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Our undergraduate and graduate degree programs offer students practical, conceptual, and critical training in the visual arts in the context of a world-renowned public research 1 university. Our faculty consists of national and internationally recognized artists and educators who guide students to develop their intellectual and creative strengths while planning for future careers in the visual arts and related fields.

Our undergraduate program offers a BA in Art with concentrations in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts, Painting + Drawing, Photomedia, or 3D4M: ceramics + glass + sculpture.

We also offer Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degrees in Painting + Drawing, Photomedia, or 3D4M: ceramics + glass + sculpture.

Student Work

  • Krista Schoening working on Still Life (Banquet Piece)
    Krista Schoening working on Still Life (Banquet Piece) painting, 2015
  • The Mop by Anqi Peng
    Anqi Peng, The Mop, 2016, exhibited in IVA Honors Show at Jacob Lawrence Gallery
  • Inheritance by Katherine Groesbeck
    Katherine Groesbeck (3D4M), Inheritance, 2015, exhibited at Henry Art Gallery
  • Opening of 2016 Painting + Drawing Show
    Opening of 2016 Painting + Drawing Show at Jacob Lawrence Gallery
  • Persuasion and Coercion by Summer Polonsky
    Summer Polonsky, Persuasion and Coercion, 2016, exhibited in Photomedia Show at Jacob Lawrence Gallery

Recent Art News

Danny Giles lecture in Jacob Lawrence Gallery
An anonymous alum and passionate supporter of the School has offered to match up to $300,000 in gifts to the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. Donations of any amount are welcome. Read more
Drumheller Fountain
The School of Art + Art History + Design is excited to announce an opportunity for three faculty appointments, representing each division within the School. Application deadlines vary. Read more
Presentation by Tom Child and Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse
Since 1990, the UW Libraries has hosted the Anne Gould Hauberg Artist Images Series. The 2019 lecture was given by Art History Assistant Professor Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse and her Kwagu’ł colleague Tom Child, Namsgamk'ala. Read more

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