The Studio Art curriculum prepare students to develop independent creative work, research new concepts, and gain in-depth skills in a particular medium.
The Muhlenberg Art Department was founded in 1953 by internationally famous sculptor George Rickey. In the decades since, art at Muhlenberg has expanded with an interdisciplinary, interactive and international focus. Our rigorous visual arts curriculum is built on a foundation made strong by Muhlenberg’s broad-based liberal arts programming.
Students may pursue majors and minors in both studio art and art history, and diverse course offerings offer preparation for not only M.F.A. and Ph.D. programs around the nation and world, but for success in fields as varied as art education, publication editing and design, medical illustration, medicine and law.