BFA in Applied Visual Arts or BS/BA in Art w/ Fine Arts Option; Minor in Visual Arts or Art History

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OSU-Cascades' art program offers a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science with a Fine Arts option, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree. The curriculum is based on building an awareness and understanding of the historical, technical and contemporary aspects of art with a focus on the significance of art in society. The program offers the opportunity for professional artistic development, while incorporating subjects that lead to a liberal education.

This major program prepares students for a range of professional opportunities or later graduate study in advertising, fine arts, teaching, graphic arts, communications, photography, and art history. The program also offers a visual arts minor with a studio concentration and an art history minor.

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Advising Information:

Detailed advising information can be accessed by visiting the OSU-Cascades Advising page.

Future students should connect with an Admissions Advisor for admission and program questions.

New students, including transfer students, begin their advising process by registering to attend a required new student orientation session at which time they will meet with an academic advisor.

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Sophomore Jenifer Garcia puts the finishing touches on her Art120 mural.

Digital Painting and Drawing

OSU-Cascades is offering digital painting and drawing along with traditional painting.

Summer 2014
ART 382: Painting Concepts/Digital Painting
ART 399: Photoshop
ART 415/515: Art for Teachers

Art Faculty

henry-sayre Henry Sayre, Distinguished Professor of Art History

sandy-brooke Sandy Brooke, Associate Professor of Art


Art Faculty Advisor

Sandy Brooke, Email, 541-322-3138