Fine Arts BFA - Photography Concentration
The study of art opens the mind to a wealth of possibilities and allows students to discover their unique skills. Artists and designers produce visual expressions of culture that investigate and redefine our world. The art program prepares students for the real world practice of art and design.
Photography is a multifaceted visual, lens-based, discipline. Whether images emanate from darkroom or software; from view camera, Holga, DSLR or cell phone, the photography curriculum at UB is conceptually driven, promoting experimentation and interdisciplinary exploration. Students in the photography concentration will be exploratory creators, motivated and independent young artists open to multiple possibilities of expression. Informed by historical development, contemporary concerns, and anticipating the future of photography, students will engage in a critical analysis of form, intention and meaning.
The BFA degree focuses on intensive work in photography, supported by a smaller, more defined program of general studies.
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