The Department of Visual Arts at Manhattanville College seeks to prepare students to work as socially and ethically responsible, caring and reflective teachers. This program requires students to have a well-rounded background in Art including painting, drawing, sculpture, and art history. The art facilities include studios for painting, design, sculpture, print-making, ceramics, photography, and digital media/graphic design. Coursework focuses on the major methods of teaching Visual Art as well as their connections to other interdisciplinary subjects, particularly in the areas of Art History, Aesthetic Literacy, Literacy, and Social Studies.
Our programs feature:
An innovative approach to teaching Visual Arts and Aesthetic Literacy
Personalized attention and advisement that is tailored to your needs
Flexibility in program delivery options
Close working relationships with program faculty
A standards-driven, high quality preparation program
Close proximity to New York City and its cultural opportunities