From the Chair
The mission of the Lehman College Art Department is to offer students from the Bronx and surrounding regions a unique opportunity to study art and art history in a program where both traditional studio and digital art practice share common goals and vision.
·Fundamental skills of traditional and digital art making are taught as a vehicle for the development of creative thinking and innovative problem solving. Historical and analytical skills are emphasized, broadening student’s cultural literacy while helping prepare them for advanced study.
·Through a wide range of degrees and concentrations at the graduate and undergraduate level, students interested in education, fine art and digital media production build a strong foundation to advance their careers while studying in New York City, one of the world’s most important cultural centers.
Professor Herbert Broderick, Acting Chair
News and Announcements
Join the School of Arts & Humanities Arts Committee for Lunch and a Workshop on Field Trips
Wednesday, 30 April 2014, 12:30-2:00
President’s Conference Room, Shuster 336
Have you ever wanted to take your class on a field trip but decided that it was just too complicated?
Or have you organized a class field trip and been disappointed by how few students attended?
—Do you have concerns about legal and liability issues that might arise when taking students off campus?
Off-campus field trips can be memorable experiences that teach invaluable lessons and can have a life-long impact on our students. Join members of the Arts Committee to learn how to organize field trips with minimal complications and maximum benefits to your students, with Special Counsel Mary Rogan to answer your questions about legal issues.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Please RSVP by April 18 to AMANDA.WUNDER@lehman.cuny.edu
Joe McElligott, English Department and City & the Humanities
Susan Hoeltzel, Art Gallery
Sharon Jordan, Art History
Molly Morkoski, Music
Mary Rogan, Special Counsel
Dannielle Tegeder, Studio Arts
Amanda Wunder, History Department and Chair, Arts Committee
The Department of Art conducts courses in both studio art (code ART) and art history (code ARH). The Department offers a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art (B.A. 42 credits), and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History (B.A. 30 credits). It also offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art (B.F.A. 60 credits). Students may earn a Bachelor of Science in Computer Graphics and Imaging (B.S. 54 credits). This degree program is interdisciplinary with courses taught in both the Art Department and the Math and Computer Science Department.
Students majoring in studio art must major in one of the following specializations: Ceramics, computer imaging, design, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture.
The Department also offers graduate degrees: the Masters in Creative Art (M.A. 30 credits), a Masters of Fine Arts (M.F.A. 45 credits), and, in conjunction with the Education Department, a Masters in Art Education (M.A. 42-45 credits). The Masters in Creative Art and the Masters of Fine Arts have specializations in ceramics, computer imaging, design, drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture.
For information and Advisement regarding MA and/or MFA in Studio Art, please contact MA, MFA Art Graduate Programs Director Professor Deannielle Tegeder, Fine Arts-009, phone 718-960-6762
For information and Advisement regarding an MA in Art Ed, please contact Art Education Professor Andrea Zakin in Early Childhood and Childhood Education, Carman Hall-B052, phone 718-960-8198
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Last modified: Apr 15, 2014