The Department of Visual Studies unites several major aspects of art and visual culture: studio art, the history of art, and the study of visual images.
Visual Studies offers degree programs in art(ART), art history (AHI) as well as courses in visual studies (VS).
The Department of Visual Studies supports the University at Buffalo's commitment to creative research and teaching excellence. The Art Program promotes diversity, innovation and progressive practice, featuring an internationally recognized and professionally active full-time faculty. The Visual Studies Art Program collaborates with other programs in the College of Arts and Sciences and across the research environment of UB.
The study of art opens the mind to a wealth of possibilities, allowing students to discover their unique skills. Artists and designers generate visual expressions of culture that investigate and redefine our world. The studio art program emphasizes critical thinking and art production skills. Through a combination of a broad university education and a rigorous studio curriculum, the art program prepares students for the real world practice of art and design.
Last updated: November 05, 2012 4:37 pm EST