Naomi Hume, PhDChair206.email@example.com
Miles SchlagelAdministrative Assistant206.firstname.lastname@example.org
Em OlsonOperations Manager206.email@example.com
Seattle University offers three main areas of study in Studio Art.
The painting and drawing area emphasizes the broad range of painting and drawing practices currently available to artists, and is supported by the area's experienced faculty of practicing artists.
The printmaking area functions as a laboratory for investigating printing and other multiple imaging practices including etching, monotype, block printing, and experimental printing processes using digital media.
The ceramics area is devoted to introducing students to the rich traditions of ceramic practice while encouraging the use of materials and methods as vehicles for individual expression in contemporary art making. Courses include beginning and advanced levels of ceramics, and include wheel throwing, hand building, and clay and glazes.
Art and Art History in the News
Instructor Wynne Greenwood's residency at the New Museum
Student "Habitat Sculptures" installed on campus
"How to Draw God from Direct Observation" at the Hedreen Gallery: in the Seattle Weekly
"New Beach" at the Hedreen Gallery: in the Spectator
"New Beach" at the Hedreen Gallery: on KIRO's My Northewst
Lana Blinderman (BFA Photography '14): in the Capitol Hill Times