Offering undergraduate programs in Art History, Film Studies, and Studio Art, the Art Department curriculum is informed by the research and practice of faculty abreast of evolving ideas in three disciplines. Through interdisciplinary and multicultural approaches, classes emphasize the primacy of visual literacy in the formation of the engaged, humanistic individual. Focusing on undergraduate learning, faculty work closely with students to guide them in their respective areas of inquiry. Our curriculum complements and intersects those of many departments at the University as well as programming at the McMullen Museum of Art. A plethora of cultural and educational institutions in the greater Boston area also provide opportunity for further exploration and discovery.
About the Artist
The image above is a detail from a mixed-media assemblage entitled Moon (2015) by Studio Art alumnus Sam Kuchwara ’15. Sam is currently based in Scranton, PA, and pursuing a successful career as an entrepreneurial artist.
Sofia Pizzuti '19
Sofia Pizzuti ’19 describes Professor Joe LaRocca’s Film Making I as a game-changer in terms of her career plans. While making her first short film for this class, she discovered her love of filmmaking and, specifically, editing. Professor LaRocca recalls that Sofia is “always genuinely eager to learn,” and lauds her for immersing herself in filmmaking and stepping outside her comfort zone.
Opportunities for Students
Boston College and the metropolitan Boston area offer countless opportunities for students interested in the arts—either as a vocation or avocation—to get involved. Follow the link below to learn about current calls for papers and art, awards and grants, internships and jobs, and more.