There are many study abroad programs available for Studio Art majors, one of the most popular being at Florence University of the Arts. The Studio Art major provides the foundation for a variety of careers including art agency ad director, film animator, professional photographer and graphic designer.
The Department of Art also offers a unique program for Art History and Studio Art majors. The Albritton Art Institute is a small program emphasizing the schooling of 19th and 20th century artists. The program provides fully funded field studies once a semester in order that students might observe and analyze artwork firsthand. Past destinations have included New York City, Vienna, Venice and Chicago.
The Martin Museum of Art is a small-scale museum located inside the art building. In addition to its permanent collection, the Martin hosts gallery talks and showcases guest artists, along with the annual student and studio art faculty exhibition.
Art History students have the opportunity to live at the Fine Arts Living-Learning Center in North Village, along with other Fine Arts students. Living-Learning Centers are residence halls where students of common academic or extracurricular interests live together.
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