As a fine art major at Flagler College, Kathryn D’Elia was known for creating works that pushed boundaries and explored unusual thinking.
A survey of artistic achievements from prehistoric times to the present.
The BFA program is an advanced course of study for creatively ambitious students who are intent on making studio art central to their lives beyond Flagler College.
Flagler College offers a highly regarded Fine Arts program that involves students in formally rigorous and conceptually challenging studio investigations. Fine Arts students will experience an inspired faculty of professional artists, a thorough foundations program and the freedom to explore their own creative visions. Areas of studio concentration include drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking and more.
Graphic Design students at Flagler College experience a vigorous learning environment to prepare them for the increasingly demanding field of graphic design and advertising. The program follows a strong foundation of drawing, photography, design principles, art history and visual communications.
The advertising minor is designed to enhance a student’s educational experiences in art and communication. Courses in the advertising minor provide greater flexibility in the highly competitive job market.
The Illustration minor is designed to give students a working knowledge of the basic tools and concepts involved in illustrative drawing and design, and to help prepare for careers in illustration and related fields.