Studio Art Minor
Art students work in new, well-equipped, spacious studios with faculty seriously committed to quality teaching as well as to production, exhibition, and publication in their own areas of professional specialization.
The basic objective of the studio art minor is to provide students from any area of study with the opportunity for a fundamental introduction to the field of visual art.
For those who wish to expand on skills as a hobby to those looking to obtain an appreciation for the many aspects of art, the studio art minor will suit an array of personal goals and self-enrichment.
Learn more about the Art Department at Parkside.
PROGRAM CONTACT INFO
Tom Berenz | RITA 288 | email@example.com
Active in my studio practice, I exhibit nationally, including solo shows in New York City, Chicago, and throughout California. My work has been featured and reviewed in several publications, including American Craft, Ceramics Monthly, National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts (NCECA), and multiple books. I’ve given workshops, lectures, and classes at various professional venues around the country, and I've held Artist-in-Residence positions at City University of New York-Hunter College, Northern Clay Center (as a McKnight awardee), and Works San Jose -- among other internationally competitive studios.
More information about my exhibitions and related activities can be found on my website: www.LisaMarieBarber.com