The College offers a BFA program with majors in Drawing, Illustration, Painting and Sculpture, and a minor in Art History; a three-year Certificate, and a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Painting and Sculpture. Anchored in the traditions and practices of figurative and representational art, the College is committed to preparing artists for a vital, creative life.

The curriculum reflects a deep respect for traditional forms of teaching, which have produced master artists throughout the ages.  The studio curriculum is centered around the study of nature and the human figure.  The Liberal Arts curriculum provides a strong academic foundation necessary for advanced critical and creative thought.

Pictured above, artwork by Hayley Ashkenas, BFA Class of 2014.