No one sees things exactly as you do. Put your experiences, your intelligence, your humor, your fear, your hope on display.

Our goal is to shape artistic vision and prepare students for a life of experience with visual art through systematic development of their visual sensitivity and technical skills in studio practice.

Grounded in art history, expanded through studio work

The goals for students who participate in art department courses are to develop an appreciation of the elements of art and the principles of design in artworks, understand the techniques, art materials, tools and processes used in various media, understand how viewing and interpreting artworks is enhanced by knowledge of the content of art and understand art, including their own, in a historical context.

Courses emphasize creative problem-solving, develop artistry and craftsmanship, and enhance mindfulness and professionalism. Explore and learn in ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography and sculpture. 

Seeing your artwork on display is one of best feelings

It’s also an important part of creating your next piece. Our students have multiple opportunities to exhibit their work on campus and throughout the community.

In addition to studios, you’ll see student and alumni art all over on campus and throughout academic buildings, including in Wallace Hall, the Center for Science and Business, and the Admission Building.


Art News

  • ‘Still, I Rise’

    Art professor Janis Wunderlich’s exhibit on display in College’s Len G. Everett Gallery through Nov. 19.
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  • Episode 5: Sept. 25, 2020

    Art professor Stacy Lotz discusses receiving the Hatch Award for Excellence in Teaching and why she enjoys working with students; Chris Goble of the communication studies department and adviser to WPFS-FM previews the upcoming World College Radio Day on Oct. 2.
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  • Class of 2020 Show

    Five members of Monmouth’s Class of ’20 – three May graduates and two current students – featured in new art exhibit in Everett Gallery.
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Art Events

  • Off-Campus Experiences