Art and artists thrive on the campus of Clemson University. Clemson is a comprehensive university with the resources and facilities to offer students excellent educational opportunities in the visual arts.
We have approximately 100 undergraduates and 18 graduate students enrolled in our visual arts programs. Uniquely, our size allows us to frequently conduct team faculty critiques, which maximizes the exchange of ideas and methods that arise within individual studio disciplines — painting, sculpture, drawing, ceramics, printmaking and photography. Our students work and learn in well-equipped studio facilities, and we have an ideal average student-to-teacher ratio of 1-to-12 or better.
The Department of Art is housed in Lee Hall, which also serves as home for the Department of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Planning, and Construction Science & Management. Collaborative projects between college faculties take place regularly. Lee Hall also includes a spacious art gallery, art and architecture library, Mac labs and materials lab.
Our Department of Art is part of The Center for Visual Arts in the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities. We offer the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) and the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) professional degrees and our curricula are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.
Art Department Chair, Greg Shelnutt shares art opportunities and announcements.
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AAH 210, Introduction to Art & Architecture, will be offered during Summer minimester A from May 15 to June 3 at Clemson University. Experience the grand sweep of Western History and Civilization from cavemen to the 21st century as seen through the eyes of her greatest artists and architects. For more info, contact professor, Janet LeBlanc, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Atelier InSite is the umbrella that shadows over public art projects at Clemson University. Atelier is a French word that translates to mean workshop or studio. This definition applies the atmosphere that is generated within the creative inquiry groups dedicated towards the installation and development of public art on campus. Read More