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Department of Art

Art Without Boundaries: Florida State University

Studio Art and Design at Florida State emphasizes interdisciplinary thinking and offers diverse opportunities for creative development and expression on both the graduate and undergraduate levels.

We are proud of the accomplishments of our esteemed faculty, who provide guidance in the skills necessary for not only artistic creation, but also in expressing contemporary issues through their visual arts. Committed to excellence in all programs, the program strives to combine curricular flexibility with a rigorous mix of experiences and opportunities for serious, focused study in art and design.

The Department of Art is one of the largest and most comprehensive departments in the College of Visual Arts, Theatre & Dance. Take this opportunity to explore our website, or join us at one of our upcoming artist talks, student exhibitions, and community events.

 

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Featured Stories

FSU Art Advanced Ceramics Students at First Friday Railroad Square

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Three social practice events will be taking place this First Friday, Nov 7th, at Railroad Square and close environs by the students in the Advanced Ceramics class in the Department of Art this fall.

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Lilian Garcia-Roig and Mark Messersmith Exhibiting in Driptorch, Organized by John Gleason

Organized by Thomasville-based artist John Gleason, Driptorch is an independent project conceived to coincide with and compliment the Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival, a time-honored Thomasville tradition that celebrates wildlife and plantation sporting art.

Garcia-Roig & Messersmith in Dallas

FSU Art Professors Lilian Garcia-Roig & Mark Messersmith are both included in “MAC@20 Part II – Twentieth Anniversary” which will showcase solo exhibiting artists from 2004 through 2013. The exhibition opens Nov. 8 and will run through Dec. 20.