‘Meet Our Majors’ events: Determining your path in art and design school
Tuesday, May 18th, 2021
Trying to determine whether art and design school is the right move for you — and then sorting through the different pathways open to you once you arrive — is a lot easier when you can talk to people who teach and help guide students once they settle on art school, and who can explain the creative career options that different majors open to you.
PCA&D has scheduled a series of online Meet Our Majors conversations, a chance to talk to faculty, students, and staff from five PCA&D majors and Liberal Arts Department, as well as professors from our first-year, or Foundation Year, experience. To register for the link to attend one (or more!) of these sessions, click here.
Monday, May 17, Graphic Design: Meet Pam Barby, PCA&D’s Graphic Design Chair, to learn about the possibility and opportunity of studying Graphic Design.
Wednesday, May 19, Photography & Video, 7-8 pm: Meet Eric Weeks, PCA&D’s Photography & Video Chair, to learn about the traditional and cutting-edge approaches to visual documentation taught in his department.
Thursday, May 20, Fine Art, 7-8 pm: Meet Becky Blosser, PCA&D’s Fine Art Chair, to learn hear about all the paths you can take with a Fine Art degree.
Tuesday, May 25, Illustration, 7-8 pm: Meet Christina Hess, PCA&D’s Illustration Chair, to hear all about the different tracks available in our Illustration department.
Wednesday, May 26, Liberal Arts & Foundation Year, 7-8 pm: Meet PCA&D’s Dr. Linda King Brown, Liberal Arts Chair, and Justin Phillips, Foundation Faculty, to learn about your first year of classes and the other topics you’ll study outside the studio.
Thursday, May 27, Animation & Game Art, 6:30-7:30 pm: Meet Jon DiVenti, PCA&D’s Animation & Game Art Chair, to explore the different pathways to a career in Animation and Game Art.
To see work by these faculty, check out our 2021 Faculty Biennial, which featured art by all of the College’s full-time faculty.
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