Bachelor of Fine Arts - Fine Art
The principal courses in the Fine Art major allow you to explore the media and practices of drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The faculty members represent diverse backgrounds and offer a wide range of skills, information, and opinion. Through mentorship, practice, and discussion, you will begin to form and articulate an awareness of the historical and conceptual roots of your work. You will develop technical and critical skills and will progress to advanced levels of independent study.
In addition to your chosen area of study, you will have the opportunity to take other courses that explore a diverse range of visual arts concerns from an interdisciplinary approach. At the senior level, these courses also provide you with opportunities for internship placements in galleries, museums, and artist-run centers.
Graduates of NSCAD’s Fine Art major are successful studio artists, gallery administrators, film/theatre set designers, illustrators, professional printmakers, and arts writers. Many pursue graduate studies and become critics, curators, architects, gallery and museum archivists, and college/university professors.
About the School
One of Canada’s oldest independent cultural institutions, NSCAD University continues to be regarded as a principal centre for education and research in visual culture in North America. Part of our app ... Read More