You are here
In OCAC’s highly intensive and open community of diverse makers and thinkers, develop your vision by selecting and integrating materials, forms and ideas through individually selected coursework. You are encouraged to demonstrate self-motivated learning styles and to pursue work that transcends specific media. Discussion of historical and contemporary culture, the relationship between forms and ideas and the conceptual roles of materials and processes inform your making.
View our faculty bios here. MORE >
Jeni Hansen Gard
Jen Delos Reyes
See the full list of visiting artists here!
Area of Study Requirements
First year - Third year
Select two 100-level courses, two 200-level courses, and two 300-level courses from the courses listed in all studio departments.
View all course descriptions MORE >
Subject to change.
Learn more about our programs of study:
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Master of Fine Arts in Craft
Master of Fine Arts in Industrial Design
Master of Fine Arts in Craft & Material Studies
Master of Fine Arts in Applied Craft + Design
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Craft (requires a bachelor's degree)
The Certificate in Craft