The Bachelor of Visual Arts degree program provides options for students to enter into a variety of art related fields by presenting a broad range of choices in other academic disciplines in addition to studio art studies. It can serve as a stand-alone degree or preparation for graduate school.
"Promise of Success" - Keystone Fine Arts graduates have been hired by ABC-TV (head set designer), Abington Youth Center- Healthy Communities/Healthy Youth, Baby Face Art Studio, Ceramics Studio at Keystone College, Cinram, Cuddle Time Day Care Center, Elektra Recording (NYC), EMCS (web developer), Happenings Magazine, Highland Associates, Lamplighter Publications, Paper Magic Group, R.H. Donnelly Advertising, Rubbermaid Home Products, Schell Memorial, Scranton Times (Advertising), Sears Portrait Studio, Tyler School of Art, Vision Gaming and Technology, and many freelance positions.
Keystone graduates have been accepted into the following programs for further education: Alfred University, Central Florida University, Kutztown University, Marywood University, B.S., Graph Design; Cleveland Institute of Art, B.A., Industrial Design; University of the Arts, Masters Program and Syracuse University.
Internships and Field Experience
Past Internships and Experiential Learning Opportunities - Camp Ballibay, Cuddle Time Day Care Center, Elan Gardens, Elk Lake High School, Interior Concepts by John Mackey, Lithia Valley Manor (Art Therapy), Urban Glass, Walt Disney World, YMCA-Dunmore. Also, Keystone College students have done internships at advertising agencies, pottery studios and summer camps.