Studio Art: Photography, BFA
The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art with a concentration in Photography is a professional degree intended to train and prepare art students for specialized careers in the field of photography. Students conceptualize, plan for, and execute long-term photographic projects that possess intellectual integrity, exemplify solid craftsmanship, and relate to their own personal sense of aesthetics.
They will produce a professional portfolio of advanced quality work utilizing the photographic techniques of their choosing. Oral and written critiques will reinforce their understanding of
- Vocabulary of photography
- Relevant art history examples ( photography or other art forms)
- Aesthetic principles
Admission to the Photography 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.