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Fine Arts

We are looking for driven, creative, freethinking students who want to explore their own artistic potential. If that sounds like you, you are in the right place. Fine Art faculty are here to help nurture your artistic growth. We will build your foundation through traditional modes of study such as drawing, painting, and sculpture, with the freedom to invent new forms of visual and conceptual meaning in advanced courses.

What You'll Study

Our Fine Arts program involves formally rigorous and conceptually challenging studio investigations. Areas of studio concentration include drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking and more. You will learn from professors who are professional artists who will challenge you to explore your own creative visions.

Practical Experience

Our program emphasizes creative problem solving and the self-directed creation of visual works of art. Our challenging studio courses prepare you to conceptualize, create, and exhibit your unique point of view in galleries, museums, and to continue your research in a graduate program.

What's Next?

At the end of your senior year, you will exhibit your work in the College's well-attended Senior Portfolio Show at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum.

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Flagler has an amazing art program. The classes are very engaging and challenge my creativity conceptually, as well as my technical application as a designer. Miriam Raynolds, Fine Arts | Photo Credit: Stephanie Coles
Student Miriam Raynolds holds up a piece of original artwork.
Flagler has an amazing art program. The classes are very engaging and challenge my creativity conceptually, as well as my technical application as a designer. Miriam Raynolds, Fine Arts | Photo Credit: Stephanie Coles

Major Requirements

Required Courses
44 Credit Hours
ART
105
Drawing and Composition I
ART
106
Drawing and Composition II
ART
218
Visual Culture
ART
225
Two-Dimensional Materials and Concepts
ART
226
Three-Dimensional Materials and Concepts
ART
241
Photography I
ART
251WI
Survey of Art History I
ART
252WI
Survey of Art History II
ART
302
Painting I
ART
305
Sculpture I
ART
352
Art History III
ART
496
Exhibit Portfolio I
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Fine Art studio electives and/or approved art courses
18 Credit Hours
ART
204
Image Studio
ART
304
Contemporary Drawing Practices
ART
308
Figure Drawing
ART
315
Ceramic Sculpture
ART
318
Figure Painting
ART
325
Illustration I
ART
337
Screen Printing
ART
340
Special Topics
ART
341
Photography II
ART
348
Book Arts
ART
402
Painting II
ART
405
Sculpture II
ART
408
Figure Drawing II
ART
409
Art Study Abroad
ART
410
Study Away New York
ART
418
Installation and Site-Specific Art
ART
433
Video Art
ART
434
Socially Engaged Art
ART
440
Selected Topics
ART
491
Independent Study
ART
493
Independent Study
ART
492
Independent Study
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Minor Requirements

Required Courses
24 Credit Hours
ART
105
Drawing and Composition I
ART
106
Drawing and Composition II
ART
225
Two-Dimensional Materials and Concepts
ART
226
Three-Dimensional Materials and Concepts
ART
300-400
Two Fine Art Studio electives from the 300 level or above
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Electives (Choose One)
3 Credit Hours
ART
251WI
Survey of Art History I
ART
252WI
Survey of Art History II
ART
218
Visual Culture
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