An undergraduate degree in Studio Arts allows a developing artist to both form and inform their practice.
The Department of Studio Arts offers an interdisciplinary context but maintain our disciplines to foster expertise and integrate studio learning with historical, critical, and scientific inquiry.
Studio and academic courses engage students in an arena of dialogue and debate that is furthered by critiques, visiting speakers, lectures, and panel discussions.
As the largest department in the Faculty of Fine Arts, Studio Arts exposes students to a plurality of approaches and cross-cultural perspectives in art-making in their classrooms, studios, and throughout their Concordia experience. With pedagogical approaches that thread critical thinking into studio practices, students are invited to engage in their chosen area of study while being fully aware of the excellence of others. This creates an open environment of plurimedia that acknowledges our students as active participants in the creation of contemporary culture.
Our graduates continue to distinguish themselves as leading contemporary artists, curators, critics, educators, and citizens.
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