ART 331 – Representational Painting
ART 374 – Illustration I
ART 380 – History of American Illustration
ART 436 – Computer Illustration
ART 474 – Illustration II
ART 477 – Thematic Illustration III
ART 490 – Senior Exhibit – Art
ART 491 – Senior Portfolio
As an illustrator we prepare students for understanding the world of deadlines and proofs by simulating the types of projects you will receive as an illustrator. With access to professors who are concurrently professional illustrators they help connect students to opportunities they come across. Several of our students have had opportunities to illustrate children’s books before graduation and begin a successful career in illustration.
Lastly, to be fully prepared we recommend and help place our students into both service oriented and professional internships. These typically take place during the Junior and Senior year! Take a look here to learn more!
We want to learn more about you and your desire to become an amazing illustrator. Our faculty are here to meet with you and help direct your learning and studio practice to become aligned with your deepest passions and calling. To learn more, reach out to any of our amazing faculty!
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ILLUSTRATION
An exciting world is out there holding a plethora of opportunities to use your illustration skills. In a world captivated by the visual there is space for hard work to make an impact on those who experience it. Studying illustration prepares you for a future as:
– Character Design
– Interior Artist
– Medical Illustrator
– Storyboard Artist
– Fashion Illustrator
– Advertising Artist
– Book Illustrator
– Creative Director