About Our New Website
I invite you to explore the Department of Visual Art's website. Our website is constantly updated in order to assist you in gaining the information you need to learn more about the department's programs and activities. As educators, we have evaluated and assessed what we provide to students in our programs, and we present this website as a representation of our collective identity.
The Visual Arts website was designed to provide visitors with critical content and a moveable gallery of artwork. The visual material on each page complements a wealth of cultural/campus information and practical academic guidance.
While a wide range of users access our website, including prospective students, parents, university administrators, evaluators, peer institutions, potential donors, allied professionals, and employers, we especially want to welcome UMBC Visual Arts graduates as well as current and prospective students. We also want to hear from alumni and feature them on our website. Current and prospective students can envision their own place in the arts and design community when they see our graduates working in various fields, exhibiting their artwork, or running their own businesses.
We are introducing our 7th concentration this year - Intermedia. Please take a look at the program description and course offerings at: http://art.umbc.edu/undergraduate/concentrations/intermedia.php We invite you to explore our programs, get inspired, and then come to the campus to visit our facilities!
Associate Professor and Chair
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- Charlotte Keniston at Maryland Art Place
- Steve Bradley Inter-Media Art at Maryland Art Place
- Lynn Cazabon In Exhibition at Castle Gallery
- Undergrad Carlyn Thomas Curates Show at Gallery 788
- Tim Nohe in Clifton Park Exhibition
- Visual Arts Alumna Pilar Rau '96 At URCAD
- Lynn Cazabon & Neal McDonald's Junkspace Showing in Poland
- 2013 MFA Thesis Exhibition
- Visiting Artists & Designers Lectures
- Lynn Cazabon Uncultivated in Group Exhibition
- Lisa Moren Lectures in Montreal
- Lynn Cazabon Exhibition at Georgetown U
- John Sturgeon Lecture in Glasgow, Scotland