The curriculum in art is a complete, two-year foundation program that prepares students for transfer into colleges, art schools, and universities offering career programs in a wide spectrum of visual art fields.
Art Education students receive the prestigious Clyde McGeary Scholarship Award
It was a clean sweep for Keystone College art education students Danielle Cady, Kati Kameroski, and Carolyn Walker. These students all received the prestigious Clyde McGeary Scholarship Award presented by the Pennsylvania Art Education Association (PAEA).
Keystone Art Professor to Exhibit Work at New York City Exhibition
Keystone College Associate Professor of Art Sally Tosti has had her artist book, “Go West” accepted for exhibition at The Center for Book Arts in New York City. The exhibition, titled “The Photograph Un(framed),” opens July 6 and runs through September 10.