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Image and Narrative

Heather Lowe, BFA 2016
Rissa Ochs, BFA 2016
Fernando Pedroza, BFA 2015

What are the stories we tell and how do we tell them? Develop narrative content in this area of study by combining or focusing on Illustration, drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture or digital imagery/fabrication. Explore two- and three-dimensional narrative structures while building a personal visual vocabulary. Through course-driven research in the humanities as well as studio courses, you are encouraged to develop content and individualized methods for creating narrative strategies.  You may investigate the incorporation of analogue and digital processes, concepts of time and sequence, the relationships between text and image, the dynamics between object and image, singular and multiple forms, found objects, archives and environments. 

Amory Abbott

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Visiting Artists
Dan Attoe
Macy Chadwick
Julie Chen
Heidi Grew
Laura Russell
Ralph Pugay
Dana Schutz 
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Courses and Requirements
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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