Studio Art

The Department of Studio Art offers a Bachelors of Fine Arts, B.F.A. degree which offers students an intensive exploration across a breadth of seven media concentrations and within a depth of discipline that allows students to prepare to be an artist, begin a career in the arts, or to continue their studies in graduate school. You may select an area of study from the menu on this page to learn more about the programs.

Throughout the B.F.A. curriculum, we support student’s intellectual and creative growth, fostering a strong studio practice, and preparing students for a lifetime of accomplishment and meaningful contribution as culture creators.

Each studio concentration’s curriculum provides students with the development of skills and competencies including the following.

  • Team-based learning,
  • Technology,
  • Communication,
  • Aesthetic judgment,
  • Interdisciplinary and innovative approaches,
  • Critical analysis, and
  • Professional development throughout their program of study.

While in the College of Visual Arts and Design, B.F.A. students participate in arts research across disciplines and engage in the critical practice of the fine artist.

Our faculty are engaged artists and educators who are recognized nationally and internationally for their intellectual and creative research and work to ensure that students realize their potential while pursuing their passion.

Contact Us

Department Chair: Lauren Lake
Administrative Assistant: Angela Vanecek

Office: Art Building, Room 232
Phone: 940-369-7671
Email: studio@unt.edu

Mailing Address: 1155 Union Circle #305100, Denton, TX 76203
Physical Address: 1201 W Mulberry St, Denton, TX 76201

Alumni accomplishments

Bevin Butler

Art History BA (2010) and MA (2012) alumna Bevin Butler presenting her paper "Mutilated Martyrs: Torture, Misogyny, and "Becoming Male" in an Antepedium of Virgin Martyrs" at the 2014 International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo.

Art Education and Art History
Art History

Art History BA (2010) and MA (2012) alumna Bevin Butler presenting her paper "Mutilated Martyrs: Torture, Misogyny, and "Becoming Male" in an Antepedium of Virgin Martyrs" at the 2014 International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo.

Student accomplishments

Sam Wiggins - Organizational Line

Sam Wiggins - Organizational Line

Studio Art
Core Drawing

Sam Wiggins - Organizational Line