The Department of Studio Art at the University of North Texas will help you find your artistic voice through an innovative curriculum that emphasizes sound art fundamentals, creativity and self-expression. Much of the course work involves creating and producing 2-D and 3-D artwork, allowing you to get hands-on experience and hone your skills.
Many faculty members are nationally and internationally acclaimed artists and scholars who impact communities worldwide. In addition, some are active members and leaders of national organizations. They’ll guide and encourage you to explore new directions in art, allowing you to become a well-rounded art professional.
You’ll have access to large, well-equipped studios and instruction in a wide range of media and techniques. Our 90,000-square-foot Art Building includes classrooms, computer labs, faculty offices, studios, a workshop and a visual resources library. Other art programs are housed in additional buildings across campus. To provide other insights and knowledge, we bring numerous renowned artists, designers and scholars to campus.
There are opportunities to exhibit your work as you progress through the program and numerous competitive exhibitions are held on campus. The annual Voertman Student Art Exhibition is juried by arts professionals, with cash prizes and scholarships awarded. Students also participate in local, regional and international exhibitions.
The Department of Studio Art offers a BFA degree with 8 concentrations to choose from. Select an area of study from the menu on the left to learn more about the program.
Visit the Studio Art Blog to keep up with our students and events in Studio Art. You can also visit the Studio Arts Department groups on Facebook: UNT Studio Art: Current and Former and UNT Department of Studio Art.
Office: Art Building, Room 316
Mailing Address: 1155 Union Circle #305100, Denton, TX 76203
Physical Address: 1201 W Mulberry St, Denton, TX 76201
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Jungeun Lee: Artspace's 2014 International Artist-In-Residence, San AntonioJungeun Lee (MFA Photography, 2010) received the prestigious award for the 2014 International Artist-In-Residence program at Artpace in San Antonio. [Photo credit information: Originally commissioned and produced by Artpace San Antonio, Photo by Mark Menjivar]
Jungeun Lee (MFA Photography, 2010) received the prestigious award for the 2014 International Artist-In-Residence program at Artpace in San Antonio. [Photo credit information: Originally commissioned and produced by Artpace San Antonio, Photo by Mark Menjivar]