Denison’s Studio Art program respects art traditions of the past but has a progressive eye to the future. The program emphasizes art-making as a means to thinking from multiple perspectives not only about oneself, but also about one’s relationship with the world of ideas.
Melissa Vogley-Woods – Exhibition “Opaque” @ Denison Museum Oct 20 – Oct 30 – exhibition opening and artist talk “Opaque: The female body as author/subject and other unbearable conditions.” Oct 20 6:30pm Denison Museum
Studio Art majors with a 3.0 GPA, are eligible for the prestigious VAIL Scholarship in the Fine Arts. This is a competitive scholarship ($1200) amongst practicing art students in the Fine Arts division - Art, Cinema, Dance, Music, and Theatre.
The Mary K Campbell/Caroline Woodrow Deckman Scholarship in the Fine Arts was established in 1968. This scholarship is awarded to a student or students who show outstanding creative achievement in Studio Art.