The Center for Art & Design Receives National Re-accreditation
The College has proven it meets all of the highest standards for preparing art and design students to work as professionals in the visual arts.
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You’ll find an intimate, collaborative community of bright, innovative peers and dedicated instructors who are working artists. On top of a broad liberal education, you’ll gain solid foundational skills and a thorough knowledge of art and its traditions.
In addition, you’ll have the freedom and resources to explore a wide variety of career paths, mount solo and group exhibitions, and hone your leadership skills. You’ll learn about the business of art, from developing fruitful connections to applying for prestigious research grants. Whether you aspire to be a professional artist, gallery owner, curator, or art historian, Saint Rose is the perfect place to launch your creative career.
Raina Briggs ’20, a Studio Art major and Computer Science minor, received a summer research grant where she had six weeks to put her studies to practice.
Phelps credits the College with giving her exposure to many well-known artists, through on-campus artist talks and visits to galleries in New York. And, Phelps said, her education had also given her the confidence to talk to artists.
This motion-graphics video was produced by Jessica Caruso, who was a freshman in a Foundations-level class when she made the video, and Jen Oviedo, a Communications major. Caruso created the visuals while Oviedo put sound to the animations based on her own interpretations and interviews with the artist.
Our faculty are committed to your ability to act creatively, think critically, and make lasting contributions as innovative artists, designers, educators, scholars, and leaders.
Professor Tolmie has taught all introductory-, core-, advanced- and graduate-level courses in screen printing, intaglio printmaking, and relief printmaking. Areas of specialization include: printmaking curriculum design and development, as well as, studio management.
Gaining relevant work experience before you graduate is integral to your success, which is why internships are required at The Center for Art & Design. Build your portfolio at organizations such as ESPN, Pentagram, L.L. Bean, The Vermont Sculpture Center, Dia Art Foundation, and more.