of Washington School of Art, Seattle
The University of Washington was founded in 1861, and is one of the oldest
state-supported institutions of higher education on the Western Coast.
The School of Art offers Undergraduate majors in Interdisciplinary Visual
Arts, Painting, Drawing, PhotoMedia, Ceramics,
Glass and Sculpture. It also offers courses
in Fibers and Printmaking. Graduate majors are available in Painting,
Drawing, PhotoMedia, Sculpture, Glass and Ceramics. Students are expected
to prepare and deliver public presentations as well as participate in
group and individual exhibitions. An undergraduate BA in Art History is
available. Further studies can result in a MA and a PHD in Art History.
Annual Tuition Fee: Resident undergraduates
$8,701 and out of state undergraduates: $25,329.
Address: University of Washington, Art Building - Room 104,
4000 15th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98195-3440
Washington State University,
Department of Fine Arts, Pullman
Washington State University's (WSU), Department of Fine Arts offers undergraduate
studies in the History of Art, Painting,
Drawing, Sculpture, Digital Media, Ceramics, Photography and Printmaking.
Degrees offered are BA, BFA and MFA. The Fine Arts Studio Faculty consists
of practicing artists who exhibit regularly nationally and internationally.
Working with professionals ensures students learn first hand about developing
a career in art. The WSU Art History Faculty offers courses in Ancient
Roman Art, fifteenth and sixteenth century
Renaissance Art, 20th Century Visual
Culture, Cultures of Native North America as well as Oceanic
art (Pacific Islands. Ceramics facilities include special kilns for
salt and raku firing. Individual studio spaces are awarded competitively
each year to undergraduate students. Visiting artists often exhibit or
create an installation in Gallery 2, the exhibition space within the Fine
Arts Center. Gallery 3 is managed by undergraduate students and provides
special exhibition and curatorial opportunities.
Annual Tuition Fee: Non residents: $9,817
(undergraduate) $10,825 (graduate) and resident: $4,296 (undergraduate)
Address: Washington State University, Fine Arts, Office 5072,
PO Box 647450, Pullman, WA