B.S. Studio Art
Similar to the B.A. in Fine Art: Studio Art the B.S. in Studio Art offers students the same opportunities to to embrace the City of Florence; birthplace of modern humanism and the cradle of the Renaissance civilization. The B.S. in Studio Art differs from the B.A. in Fine Arts in degree requirements, requiring less focus on liberal arts and adding an additional emphasis on studio work.
Students who choose the B.S. in Studio Art will find that Florence is the ideal destination for those interested in studying studio art; giving students the exciting opportunity to draw and paint in response to the historic and contemporary art, architecture and culture of Italy. In leaving studio walls behind, students will make art in the cities and landscapes of Italy itself. Traditional and contemporary approaches to art making will be explored.
Art programs at Marist stimulate and develop the potential individual creativity of students, providing them not only with the technical skills but also the conceptual insights necessary for the development of artistic talent. Marist gives its students the tools necessary for entering the competitive labor market. Art Restoration courses have restored paintings and sculptures by some of the greatest artistic masters of the Renaissance like Donatello and Michelangelo. Sculpture students spend time living and working in Carrara learning traditional techniques. Photography students develop their visual skills through immersion in the exquisite beauties of the Tuscan countryside. Additionally, Marist provides its students with library and computing facilities, a wide range of student clubs and societies, and organized cultural events, field trips and site visits.
Careers in Studio Art B.S.
- Art director
- 3D modelers
REQUIREMENTS FOR A BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN STUDIO ART
Note: A minimum of 60 credits in Liberal Arts is required.