Areas of Study
Three programs, one department
Although digital technologies have transformed and accelerated the creation and dissemination of images, art has been central to the human experience for millennia.
Studio art courses offer an immersive environment for artistic creation. Direct experiences with technical processes and conceptual aspects essential to art-making offer students opportunities to visually realize ideas and refine critical capacities.
The program in Art History provides rigorous training in the history of painting, sculpture, architecture, photography, design, and visual culture.
The minor in architectural studies introduces students to the major works and problems of architectural history and to techniques of visual and spatial representation.
Senior Art Major Exhibition
On view April 29 — May 22, 2021
Gallery Hours: 1 – 5 p.m., Monday– Friday and by appointment
Michael and Noémi Neidorff Art Gallery, Dicke Smith Art Building (1st Floor)
Trinity University, Department of Art and Art History
1 Trinity Place
San Antonio, TX 78212
The Trinity University Department of Art and Art History presents EGRESS, an exhibition of work by six senior art majors: Stella Luck, Skylr McCormick-Isom, Kate Nuelle, Bella Peters, Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, and Cole Warner. The collected works utilize a wide range of media including, but not limited to, photography, ceramics, sculpture, charcoal, paint, and fibers. In Egress, the artists explore themes related to material, form, technology, loss, growth and self-discovery. The exhibition title, EGRESS, represents the conclusion of these artists’ experience at Trinity and their emergence into life after and beyond.
The featured artists have organized the exhibition (including publicity and installation) under the supervision of department faculty and staff.
The exhibition is free and open to members of the campus community, and will adhere to campus COVID guidelines.