The Art Practice program on both undergraduate and graduate levels offers production-based curriculum to prepare students for creative careers in the visual arts and hone their creative capabilities.
Access to diverse courses and faculty, cross-disciplinary interaction, and well-equipped labs are among the strengths of the flexible program.
Within the intellectual context of the University, the program seeks to build a foundation on the concepts, skills, and cultural viewpoints in art practice. It encourages experimental and innovative integration of media and interdisciplinary approach to art-making informed by contemporary theory, criticism and broader culture.
The Graduate Design program is a collaboration between the departments of Art & Art History and Mechanical Engineering. The Design program curriculum combines contemporary art, design and engineering in today’s social and technological context.