Emory & Henry is entering a new era in the arts.
New facilities. New exhibition spaces. New classes. New students. We are a regional leader in arts education. Our students and faculty members are making their mark in all areas of the visual arts. We welcome your creativity as the arts at Emory & Henry increase to new levels of excellence.
Bachelor of Arts, Art-Graphic Design
To acquaint students who wish to enter a design field with the necessary foundations in the visual arts and to provide preparation for employment in illustration, photography, and computer image-processing.
A student may minor in Art - Graphic Design by completing 111, 151, 210, 221, 222, and 310.
A student may minor in Art by completing 111, 112, 151, 221, 222, and one course selected from 205, 210, 231, 241, 255, 305, 312, and 345.
Bachelor of Arts, Art-Studio
To acquaint students with concepts and techniques of the visual arts; to study art as a tool in communication; to provide students with foundation experiences, processes, and necessary skills for effective visual self-expression; and to prepare students for advanced study in art.
Bachelor of Arts, Art- Teacher Preparation
To enable students to meet Virginia requirements for licensure to teach art in grades PK-12.
- <h4 class="lw_blurbs_title">Museum Studies Students show their “Faces”</h4><div class="lw_blurbs_body"><p><img width="610" height="407" alt="Sophia Alonge, Summer Apostol, Allison Cernoch, and Theresa Mitten present at the Ampersand Day S..." src="/live/image/gid/13/width/610/height/407/1108_Ampersand-Day-2017_419.rev.1510260004.jpg" class="lw_image lw_image1108 lw_align_left lw_block" srcset="/live/image/scale/2x/gid/13/width/610/height/407/1108_Ampersand-Day-2017_419.rev.1510260004.jpg 2x, /live/image/scale/3x/gid/13/width/610/height/407/1108_Ampersand-Day-2017_419.rev.1510260004.jpg 3x" data-max-w="3200" data-max-h="2133"/>The exhibition <em>Faces </em>is a selection of artworks curated from the permanent art collection at Emory & Henry College by the Museum Studies class. Students Sophia Alonge, Summer Apostol, Allison Cernoch & Theresa Mitten presented their work as part of the Student Showcase for Ampersand Day<em>. </em>Naturally drawn to the interesting people portrayed within the collection, the class gravitated toward choosing pieces with a common element: the human face. The face has the ability to transcend language, culture, and other barriers. It has the power to convey so much without words; expressing our true selves, our feelings, yet also yielding the ability to mask the truth.</p></div>