Along the way, students have the opportunity to participate in exhibitions on and off campus, work with visiting artists, participate in internships, take field trips to museums, and galleries, and travel to workshops and conferences. These experiences help students make connections, discover new ideas, and build professional skills.
An art degree at Ozarks goes beyond learning how to create powerful works of art. By combining an Art major with minors such as Education, Business, Environmental Science, or Psychology, students gain a breadth and depth of knowledge that helps them find their fit in the world.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO
Obed Gonzalez's senior art exhibit, "Conundrum," is a project that's been in the works since he first stepped on campus four years ago as a freshman.
University of the Ozarks Professor of Art Tammy Harrington, along with her husband Neal, will be the recipients of the prestigious Beaux Arts Academy Award as the Visual Artists of the Year from the River Valley Arts Center in Russellville, Ark.
Ten University of the Ozarks art students had the opportunity to have their works on display at the 2017 Collegiate Art Competition, held March 5, 2017, at the River Valley Arts Center in Russellville, Ark.