ART2003C Contemporary Art Scholarship & Practice provides an introduction to the themes and creative processes that propel contemporary art and design. The course studies a wide range of media and methods used by visual artists and designers in creating images, objects, and experiences. This course is offered to all non-art majors and non-degree seeking students.
FSU’s Public Art & Architectural Art Specialized Studies Program is for undergraduate art majors and is made up of related set of courses intended to supplement a student’s program of studies. The 15 – 18 hours of coursework are intended to provide a greater degree of specialization in the chosen area. If you are an FSU Art major and you have or will have completed your Foundations requirements, you can register for the Public Art & Architectural Art courses. Taking Sculpture I is strongly encouraged as well.
Walt Disney Imagineering is the renowned design and build division of Disney that is responsible for all of Disney Parks, Resorts and attractions worldwide. Disney has a history of innovation and leadership in the creation of exceptional and entertaining experiences. Courses in Imagineering provide students a chance to work with Disney artists.
The Art Education program in the Department of Art Education offers a 5 year combined BA in Art/MS in Art Education degree, a MA degree with and without a teacher certification, a Specialist in Education degree (Ed.S) and a Doctoral degree.
Art students are provided many study abroad opportunities through FSU International Programs. With opportunities to work closely with faculty from the Department of Art, Department of Art History, and other institutions, our students benefit from a broad range of related course offerings including art, design, and art history in numerous locations worldwide.