An artist’s work happens as much in the studio as out—and at Augusta University, art majors enjoy the best of both worlds.
Our program prides itself on rich studio experiences and close interactions with nationally and internationally recognized faculty who are working artists themselves. But our art majors also enjoy broad education and experience to prepare them for the business side of a creative career.
Do you aspire to exhibit in these widely recognized museums and galleries?
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Mississippi’s Henry Lay Sculpture Park, The Institute of Contemporary Arts, Boston, The Takarazuka Mayor’s Collection, Japan, The Cleveland Museum of Art, The La Napoule Foundation, Southern France
Then consider this: These are just a few examples of locations where our faculty members continue to share their work as active, working artists. This kind of close contact with nationally and internationally known artists can help students:
Build a career in art making
Succeed in graduate school
Develop the skills necessary to succeed in other creative fields
Augusta University's art programs are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).