VISUAL ARTS 2012-2013 CALENDAR
The Visual Arts department offers a wide selection of courses ranging from the traditional fine arts to digital design and time-based media. Students who take our courses plan to transfer, move into the workforce, and/or continue their educational journey. Our innovative curriculum emphasizes both the technical and conceptual aspects of visual ideation. We offer a diverse range of programs and our newest course additions include Animation and Lithography... a perfect analogy to the breadth of our programming. All students are welcome.
Students that enrolled in our programs prior to Fall 2012 should click the link below for VISUAL ARTS COURSE NUMBER CHANGES. THESE CHANGES WILL TAKE EFFECT FALL 2012:
Learn More About the Visual Arts Department
Students participate in professional internships, study abroad programs, community art exhibits, and public lectures by visiting professionals. Our curriculum provides a broad appreciation of the visual arts across varying fields of study, artistic styles, and media. Students are encouraged to develop critical thinking skills, incorporate new technology into their work, and to explore new and evolving fields. We offer departmental scholarships to students, as well as individual advising in their core area of interest. We offer articulation transfer agreements to the University of Baltimore and the Savannah College of Art and Design.
- Visual Arts
- Media Production (Video)
- Film Studies
- Interactive Technologies
- Game Art and Design Transfer
- Game Interface Design
- Graphic Design
- Art History and Museum Studies
- Video Production
- Graphic Design
Letter of Recognition:
ATTENTION STUDENTS: WORK-STUDY OPPORTUNITY
The Visual Arts department is currently seeking work-study applicants for the Fall 2013 semester:
- Sculpture/Ceramics Instructional Support - Art Instructional Support & Lab Monitor
- Clay Mixer/Ceramic & 3D/Sculpture Studio Assistant
Work-Study regulations require students remain enrolled for at least 6 credit hours each semester and maintain a GPA of 2.5 or higher.
For a full job description and further Federal Work-Study requirements, please go to collegecentral.com/aacc
Click on the 'Student' tab and create an account to access work-study opportunities