Visual Art students will find and create opportunities to showcase their talents and to participate in the wider art world of the university and the city of Vancouver. Students will learn to think critically about the practice and theory behind the creation of physical art forms and be able to articulate visual representations.
The Bachelor of Arts (BA) Major in Visual Art, offers students a well-rounded program of visual art practice, critical theory and Art History, within a stimulating and challenging academic environment. Students enjoy a program that combines a focus on visual art practice with a broad range of elective courses. The BA strikes a balance between the study and practice of visual art in various media and academic work while providing ample room for study in other areas of interest.
The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) is an intensive program in the practice of art. It can lead to further studies in art practice such as a MFA; to other professional involving the making and understanding of art and visual culture; or to a career as a practicing artist.