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Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fine Arts

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  • Entry requirements
    Passionate. Driven. Creative. No other words could describe an artist as accurately as these three. Art requires commitment, perseverance and an amazing individual, one who is creative in thinking and easily inspired. CCS takes these individuals and transforms them into successful working artists.
  • Course description
    CCS values traditional artistic methods and strives to create a skill base that students can then expand upon. Our knowledgeable faculty have exhibited work nationally and internationally and have endless resources and connections in the art world. During their time here, students will have opportunities toexhibit their work; some will even obtain gallery representation before they graduate.

    To produce some of the most talented artists in the field, CCS is continually improving the technology, studios, and equipment on campus. With spacious studios and a large industrial foundry, the department provides students with the tools they need to be successful. Senior year students are given a semi-private studio to be used for the completion of a final thematic body of work, a situation that parallels that of a working independent artist.
    Painting
    • Oils
    • Acrylics
    • Figure Painting
    • Landscape
    • Encaustic
    • Portrait
    • Mixed-Media
    • Assemblage
    • Experimental Processes
    • Experimental Media
    Sculpture:
    • Casting
    • Metal Fabrication
    • Welding
    • Carving
    • Figure Modeling
    • Installation and Environmental Engagement
    Printmaking:
    • Intaglio
    • Lithography
    • Relief
    • Screenprinting
    • Monotype
    • Book Arts
    • Digital Prints
    Our graduates work as:
    • Successful Independent Working Artists
    • Gallery Owners or Directors
    • Art Administrators
    • Set/Prop Designers
    • Artists' Agents
    • Curators
    • Medical Illustrators
    • Museum Preservationists/Restorers
    • Art Appraisers
    • Film Industry Fabricators
    • Art Handlers/Installers
    • Art Critics
    • Educators

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