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

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Fairmont State University will host the inaugural West Fork New Music Festival on campus on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 12 and Sept. 13. Guest composers and performers from West Virginia, Ohio, Virginia and Pennsylvania will attend.

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Monday, August 25, 2014

The Fairmont State University Academy for the Arts is accepting registrations for fall classes and private lessons in art, music and theatre. Classes and lessons begin the week of Sept. 2.

For schedules, dates, registration forms, prices and instructor information, click here  or call Academy Director Leigh Anne Bolyard at (304) 333-3655. Find the Academy on Facebook at Fairmont State University Academy for the Arts. 

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Monday, August 25, 2014

The Fairmont State University School of Fine Arts and Town & Gown theatre group announce open auditions for “Sleepy Hollow,” an original musical written by Jim Christian and Tom Edward Clark.  The story is inspired by “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” the classic American short story written by Washington Irving. The production is directed by Francene Kirk; the music director is R.J. Nestor, and the choreographer is Susan Cato. 

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