¿Qué aprenderé?

The mission of the Studio Art program is to educate visually articulate artists with a solid foundation in the conceptual, technical, historical, and professional aspects of the visual arts through a broad range of studio and academic experiences. The Studio Art program has seven specializations. These specializations provide outstanding opportunities for students to focus in a specific area such as Ceramics, Drawing, Expanded Media, Metals, Painting, Printmaking, and Sculpture, as well as to bridge their area of focus with other interests and mediums within the Studio program. Every area of specialization culminates in two semesters of Thesis work, a final Thesis Portfolio, and a BFA Thesis Exhibition. The Studio Art program serves a wide range of student interests and pursuits, and prepares students for professional careers as artists and arts professionals.

Areas of Specialization:

Ceramics

The Texas State ceramics program is broadly based, encompassing both pottery and sculpture executed in a full range of construction techniques, ceramic materials and firing methods. Ceramics students employ clay and its processes to explore how objects communicate, visually and tactilely, and to realize their personal potential for creative thinking and expression.

Career paths taken by graduates of the program have included studio art and pottery production, and teaching at the K–12 and college levels, in community art centers and in private studios.

Drawing

The area of Drawing, located within the Studio Program of the Department of Art and Design, strives to strengthen the fundamental principles integral to all artistic mediums, while encouraging students to explore and refine drawing as a principle medium in itself.

Expanded Media

Expanded Media is an interdisciplinary approach to art making that includes, but is not limited to, video, sound, socially engaged projects, performance, and site-specific projects. Students are not required to concentrate in a specific medium. Instead, they are encouraged to pursue unconventional research paths and explore relationships between concept, material, and context in unexpected ways.

Metals

The Metals program at Texas State University offers comprehensive technical, critical and conceptual curriculum in the field of metal smithing. The program builds on metal smithing's rich hybrid history based in fine art, studio craft and industrial design and encourages students to explore a wide range of conceptual avenues in the creation of jewelry, functional objects, design prototypes, installation, performance and sculpture.

Painting

The goal of the painting program is to provide a solid foundation in the creative, technical and historical aspects of painting. The program encourages individual growth and development through a broad range of studio and academic experiences and through exposure to the diverse philosophical points of view of our faculty.

Printmaking

Printmaking, situated in the Studio Program of Art and Design, encompasses a range of methods for printing and making images, including screen printing, relief, intaglio, lithography, digital printing, monotypes, and other techniques. Intro to Printmaking covers both relief printing and screen printing. Screen printing, an intro level class, covers exclusively screen printing.

Sculpture

The field of sculpture continues to undergo dramatic changes in conceptual approaches, materials and techniques. The sculpture area at Texas State provides the student with an environment that is conducive to the exploration of ideas through contemporary and traditional approaches to making art.

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College of Fine Arts and Communication

Opciones de estudio

a tiempo completo (MINIMUM REQUIRED: 120 SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS)

Costos de estudio
US$18.929,00 por año

*El precio que se muestra es una referencia, por favor verificar con la institución

Fecha de inicio

26 Agosto 2019, 21 Enero 2020

Lugar

College of Fine Arts and Communication

Old Main, 112,

601 University DriveÊ,

SAN MARCOS,

Texas,

78666, United States

Requerimiento de entrada

Para estudiantes de Estados Unidos

Applicants must have completed a high school. Students applying without this curriculum will go through our review process. 4 credits of English - Including: English I, II, III and IV; 4 credits of Math- Including: algebra I and II, geometry and advanced math courses such as pre-calculus, calculus and statistics. 4 credits of Science - Including: biology; chemistry; and two advanced sciences such as physics, environmental science, anatomy and physiology, or integrated physics and chemistry (IPC) is acceptable between biology and chemistry; 4 credits of Social Studies - Including: world or human geography, world history, U.S. history since 1877, U.S. government and economics; 2 credits of Foreign Language; 1 credit of Fine Arts; 1 credit of Physical Education.

Para estudiantes internacionales

Students must have graduation from a U.S. high school and completion three (3) full years of regular English (non-ESL) course work with a grade point average of 2.5 in those courses.

Minimum Score for Regular Admission: Total: 78 (Each Section: 19; Except Writing: 18), TOEFL PBT: Total: 550, IELTS (Overall: 6.5; Each Section: 6.0), GCE/GCSE/IGCSE: Grade of "C", WASSCE: Grade of "B3".

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TSU cuenta con una ubicación idílica cerca de las praderas de Blackland y el río San Marcos y recibe a estudiantes de todo el mundo.

  • Un entorno de aprendizaje dinámico.
  • Invirtiendo más de USD 650 millones en sus campus.
  • Comunidad universitaria diversa e integrada.
  • Organiza eventos para estudiantes internacionales.