The School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University considers, in practical and visionary terms, the role of art and the artist in society. It offers disciplinary-specific degrees in contemporary and historical arts as well as innovative cross-disciplinary programmes combining art, archaeology, music and media. School of Art graduates work as artists, animators, museum administrators, photographers, teachers, gallery managers, and commercial designers. These include: Arts Undergraduate Research Awards, Community Service Learning courses, Arts Co-op, Arts Internship, International learning, student mobility and destination study.
The Faculty of Arts supports currently enrolled students with orientation events, enrichment activities and advice on study options such as internships and overseas study; and offers information for future students who wish to study with the Faculty.
The Faculty of Arts scooped the bulk of the top rankings in New Zealand in the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject. The School of Art hosts the Elise Zeller Sauer Fund for Fine Art and the Agnes Croll Blackburne Visiting Artist Lecture Series that enables our students to interact with nationally and internationally recognized artists. Meet the staff from our School and find out more about them through their staff profiles. Department: Arts Innovator Ottilie (Kate) Grisdale From 2009-2012, has had the privilege of co-leading the Ryerson International Issues Discussion (IID) series. Dundas Valley School of Art (DVSA) is an independent, not-for-profit art school servicing the Greater Hamilton region. We asked four UBC Faculty of Arts professors from Political Science, Islamic Studies and Gender Studies, and Sociology, to weigh in on what Trump’s victory means for Canada.
Dietrich School alumnus Daniel Borzutzky (A&S ’97) is the recipient of the 2016 National Book Award for Poetry for his book, The Performance of Becoming Human (Brooklyn Arts Press, 2016). Collectively, our faculty and administrators strive to give students in this school the best possible arts education within a liberal arts curriculum while also meeting the diverse educational and cultural needs of the campus and community.
You can read more about our outlook by viewing the school’s mission statement Learn about the academic and cultural opportunities at the School of the Arts. The Mission of the Jessye Norman School of the Arts is to develop students to become creative, caring, visionary, responsible citizens through the transformative power of the arts. Fleming’s Haliburton campus offers unique arts programs in a variety of disciplines.