Studio Art: Painting & Drawing, BFA


The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art with a concentration in Painting & Drawing is a professional degree intended to prepare art students for specialized careers in the field of painting and drawing. Students will become fluent in advanced technical aspects, including the use of multiple media and varnishing techniques. They will create a series of paintings and/or drawings that develop a common visual and expressive theme, and be able to discuss these in light of their relevance to historical and contemporary concerns in painting and drawing. 

Admission to the Painting & Drawing Program

Students seeking admission to this program must present a portfolio, be interviewed by a member of the Keystone College Division of Fine Arts, and have a high school art teacher’s recommendation. Transfer students must present a portfolio, be interviewed by a member of the Keystone College Division of Fine Arts and have obtained a 3.00 cumulative grade point average in studio art courses prior to formal admission to the program.

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