About the Program
Our Visual Arts program builds on the national reputation of our faculty and allows the student to focus on specific areas within the visual arts field. Students may opt for a concentration in a studio area of their choice:
- Painting and Drawing
- Print media, includes print & book making
- Graphic design
Students can also choose a specialization in art therapy or combine this program with the Bachelor of Science in Art Education.
In order to be accepted into any of our art programs students must complete a an Art Portfolio Review.
The Linder Gallery, located in Keystone's Miller Library, hosts four professional exhibitions each year, featuring the work of noted artists regionally, nationally, and internationally. Opportunities to meet these artists at receptions and lectures supplement classroom and studio instruction. Additionally, the Linder Gallery hosts two juried student exhibitions each year, showcasing the best work of fall and spring semesters.