Art. It’s a vital, fascinating record of both individual and collective creativity, one that can reflect and transcend time and culture. The art department offers courses in art history and studio art that familiarize students with that record. Students who major and minor in art learn how to critique art, develop artistic talent, and heighten their own visual perception.
With a combined studio/art history course sequence, students may concentrate in an area of interest. Students work closely with departmental faculty as well as visiting artists, and are prepared for work in art-related fields as well as graduate study.Learn more about the art program
The art department offers courses at three sites: Morris R. Williams Center for the Arts, Printmaking Studio/Experimental Printmaking Institute, and Williams Visual Arts Building.Learn more about our facilities
The strong art community surrounding Lafayette guarantees exciting internships and apprenticeships. Lafayette's location means field trips to museums in New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., are a regular part of the curriculum. Visiting scholars, artists, and photographers round out the offerings.Learn more about opportunities in art
- Mar 11 Mapping Meaning exhibition symposium
- Mar 12 Trudi Lynn Smith Artist Lecture
- Mar 27 Mark Thistlethwaite, Exhibition Curator: "A Band of Exiles on the Wild New England Shore"
- Mar 27 Exhibition reception for “A Band of Exiles on the Wild New England Shore"
- Apr 7 Brown Bag, Bianca Falbo: Felicia Hemans' 'Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers in New England': Texts and Contexts
204 Williams Center
Phone: (610) 330-5362