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Fuel Your Creativity

Studio Art

As a studio art student, you will develop a visual and technical vocabulary, which prepares you to pursue a number of career paths.

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Art Education

As an art education student, you will be prepared to competently teach art and its value to children in grades K-12.

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Art History

As an art history student, you will learn in the world-class museums of Fort Worth and Dallas and gain the skills to be successful in today’s job market.

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Scholarships

Application Deadline: January 31, 2018

The Nordan Young Artist/Studio Art & Art Education Award is open to entering freshman of superior talent in art with 12 or fewer semester hours of college level credit upon entry to the university.

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Application Deadline: January 31, 2018

Merit scholarships are for students who are currently enrolled at TCU or students who have transferred to TCU and are majoring in the Art Education and Studio Art (Ceramics, Painting, Photography, Printmaking or Sculpture) BFA programs.

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Graduate students in the art history and studio art programs benefit from numerous funding opportunities.

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The Art Galleries at TCU

TCU has two art galleries featuring student, alumni and faculty works as well as national and international artist exhibitions. These galleries provide a unique opportunity for the TCU and Fort Worth community to experience the arts.

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Museum Experience

As a student you will attend classes in museums in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. TCU is immersed in a variety of cultural opportunities.

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Director's Message

If you are passionate about art and are willing to work hard, the School of Art will help you put your passion into practice.

 

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Alumni Spotlight

 

Studio Art major and a TV Digital Media minor, Sarah BisnetteAfter graduating in May 2016 as a Studio Art major and a TV Digital Media minor, Sarah Bisnette decided to move to Morocco where she now lives and works as an English teacher. This career path has allowed her to travel around the country and meet inspiring people and explore her interests in the arts and develop her eye for photography and film.

TCU’s mission to educate individuals to become responsible citizens in a global community is one of the reasons she chose to attend TCU. She considered TCU a leader in global education, after discovering numerous opportunities provided to students like lectures, clubs and study abroad programs. Throughout college, she felt TCU’s desire to shape world-class citizens inside and outside of the classroom. Sarah says, “TCU has played a major role in shaping me into the global citizen I am today.”