Moore’s Fine Arts curriculum supports students' creative potential while they develop their self-identified emphases, which may include painting, sculpture, video, performance and installation. In addition to individual studios, students have access to drawing and painting studios, the printmaking shop, metal shops and ceramics studio.
Interdisciplinary Assistant Professor and textile artist Heather Ujiie talks about how Moore offers its students opportunities to experiment across disciplines.
Sharing a bowl of rice may seem like an ordinary event, but for Alexandria Robinson ’18, it helped her learn more about her identity as an artist. The Fine Arts major, who was born and raised on the island of Nassau in the Bahamas, shared rice and other foods with people she met on her trip to Ghana in the summer of 2017 for her junior year internship. “I went to Ghana primarily to see how other black cultures interacted with each other, but as a result I learned more about myself and the real reason I think I feel kind of displaced here in America,” she...
Listen to internationally-renowned artist and alumna Kathy Buttertly's '86 December 2017 podcast, "Making Work That Resonates With Your Heart and Mind" on Women Worldwide.
100% of 2017 Fine Arts graduates are employed, 89% with businesses in their field of study!