As a studio art major at Clark, you will use a variety of two, three and four-dimensional media to explore, capture and communicate your perspectives on the world around you. In studio courses you will be encouraged to think about the “why” as well as the “how” of art making, and to choose whichever medium best serves the concepts and ideas you want to express.
Why Study Studio Art at Clark?
- Make art in a liberal-arts environment that provides options for double majoring and offers a variety of perspectives to fuel your creativity.
- Engage in cross-media collaboration through Clark’s Visual and Performing Arts Department, a tight-knit community that includes students majoring in media,culture and the arts; music; screen studies; art history and theatre arts.
- Learn from more than a dozen professional artist-educators.
- In addition to drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture, you can study graphic design, an option not available at many small liberal arts colleges.
- Gain inspiration from the work of other artists at museums within an hour of Clark, including the Worcester Art Museum: Boston’s world-renowned museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Institute of Contemporary Art, and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum; the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum; and the Museum of Russian Icons.