The major in art integrates technical and formal art training to foster students' creative potential and desire for self-expression. This program offers an understanding of the vital importance of visual culture in human expression.
- The Neidorff Art Gallery offers students hands-on experience in organizing and installing art exhibitions.
- State-of-the-art facilities include spacious studios devoted to wood, plaster/clay, small metals, film and digital photography, digital art, printmaking, book arts, drawing, and painting.
- Portray artwork in public exhibition senior year
- The Stieren Arts Enrichment Series brings distinguished artists, art historians, and scholars to campus.
What You'll Study
A coordinated palette of courses
Molding students’ artistry
Trinity faculty have mastered their craft and help students develop as artists by offering their own expertise, connections, and guidance.
A collage of opportunities
With a real art gallery on-campus and studios for many media, students get hands-on experience putting theory into practice.
When You Graduate
Primed for success
Students develop critical and creative thinking with the art major, expanding their perspective through self-exploration and critique within a vibrant community of artists. They leave Trinity prepared to bring art to life.
Art and art history alumni have pursued careers in creating, teaching, and managing art, studio art, teaching, and research, and many have enjoyed successful careers in cultural and historical organizations. They also pursue graduate work in top M.F.A. and Ph.D. programs throughout the country.
- Fine arts
- Museums and galleries