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School of Art

The School of Art offers courses in a variety of artistic media – painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, graphic design, digital media, printmaking and ceramics – as well as in art history. An art degree from The University of Tulsa gives our students a firm foundation of art, including drawing. The curriculum is designed to encourage students to explore a variety of media techniques, and later to specialize in one. Our equipment is state-of-the art.

The School of Art has an active visiting artist and lecturer program. Well-established artists, art critics or art historians deliver lectures or run workshops for our students and the community. Students get free admission to two museums in Tulsa: the Thomas Gilcrease Museum and the Philbrook Museum of Art. Students are encouraged to participate in the art profession by doing internships, entering juried exhibitions, giving lectures, attending or running workshops or volunteering at art agencies.

The School of Art also regularly organizes short trips to Kansas City, St. Louis, and Dallas / Fort Worth, among other places, and occasionally to New York, Boston, Chicago and Washington DC, to visit museums and special exhibitions.

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