Studio Art -- Cross Media Track

The intent of this track is to allow students to design a curriculum that includes traditional and new media.  Students will work with an advisor to gear choices to the nature of the work to be pursued. In addition to courses included in the Foundations Curriculum, students may choose from 2-Dimensional and 3-Dimensional media courses in the Art Department and Graphics Department.

For all tracks in Studio Art, a minimum of 128 hours are required to graduate.

General Studies Requirements: 42 credit hours.

Core Requirements: 45-51 credit hours in Design, Drawing, E. Foundations, Painting and Sculpture.

Art History Requirements: 12 credit hours in the following periods: Prehistory to 1450; 1450 to 1750; 1750 to 1950; and post-1950.

Cross Media Track: 21 credit hours in Multimedia Concepts, Computer Applications to Graphics, Photography Concepts, Printmaking, Electronic Media and Virtual Exhibition.

In addition there are at least 35 credit hours of free-electives for Studio Art majors.

Individual courses for the B.A. in Studio Art -- Pottery/Sculpture Track are listed in the FSU 2010-2011 Catalog on pages 187-88.

FSUNow Stories

Monday, April 06, 2015

In this age of information, the reality of current events is distilled through numerous filters – social media, cable news, print and more. Sometimes the twisting of details creates societal paranoia. “Far Away,a poetic play by Caryl Churchill follows the life of Joan, a young woman who witnesses atrocities and is determined to make a difference.  

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Monday, April 06, 2015

Sponsored by the United Way of Marion County, an event on Sunday, April 19, will support the Sobrania Soup Opera, Mannington Food Pantry and the Salvation Army, providing needed nourishment for county residents. Empty Bowls Marion County also feeds the creative spirit of local potters.

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Friday, March 27, 2015

The Fairmont State University Department of Music will present a benefit dinner recital at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 9, at Noteworthy Sweets.

“Attendees will dine on a sumptuous feast while being entertained by Fairmont State’s top musicians. This elegant benefit will help support an elaborate production of Handel’s ‘Messiah’ this December, part of the Sesquicentennial celebration of Fairmont State University,” said Dr. Sam Spears, Fairmont State Director of Choirs.

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