This program builds on the national reputation of its faculty and allows the student to focus on specific areas within the visual arts. Students may opt for a concentration in studio art or a specialization in art therapy.
Additionally, students may combine this program with the Bachelor of Science in Art Education.
|Students that major in Visual Arts can focus on areas such as Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Glass Blowing, Photography, Print Making or Sculpture.
Check out some of our past students' work.
Students enrolled in the Visual Arts bachelor’s program will have the opportunity to showcase their personal artwork during their senior year at a featured student art exhibition open to the public.
Screening Enamels on Glass
In 2010, Senior Keith Garubba, Visual Arts major, presented his study of Screening Enamels on Glass.
Keystone plays key role in Arts on Fire celebration
Local high school students will once again have the opportunity to experience pouring hot molten iron into molds they have created, just as the workers did generations ago at the historic Scranton Iron Furnaces.
Keystone senior art students to host exhibition
Twenty two graduating students from Keystone College’s four-year art programs will host a gallery exhibit featuring their work on Friday, April 5 from 6-9 p.m.
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 Student Presents Research at State Capitol
Keystone Once Again Involved in Arts on Fire Festival
A group of local high school students will have the opportunity to experience pouring hot molten iron into molds they have created, just as the workers did generations ago at the historic Scranton Iron Furnaces.