Visual Arts B.A.
- Visual Arts 4 Year Undergraduate
- Visual Arts 4 Year CAP Honors Undergraduate
- Visual Arts 2 Year Transfer with Associates in Art
- Visual Arts 2 Year Transfer No Art Prerequisites
Visual Arts B.A. with Art Therapy Minor
- Visual Arts with Art Therapy 4 Year Undergraduate
- Visual Arts with Art Therapy 4 Year CAP Honors Undergraduate
- Visual Arts with Art Therapy 2 Year Transfer with Associates in Art
- Visual Arts with Art Therapy 2 Year Transfer No Art Prerequisites
- dSLR Canon Rebel XT
- dSLR Canon EOS 20D
- dSLR Nikon D40
- dSLR Nikon D50
- film SLR Nikon N8008s
- film SLR Nikon N90s
- film SLR Canon AE-1
Safety Procedures for Studios
- The responsible faculty member will establish rules for eating and drinking in the studio. These rules must be always followed. No exceptions!
- Proper decorum is essential. Practical jokes or goofing around is not acceptable.
- Never block exits. Aisles must be kept open and emergency equipment, eyewashes, and safety showers must always be accessible.
- Use materials and equipment only for their intended purpose or as directed.
- Always ask for assistance if there are any questions about proper procedures or safety.
- Notify the faculty member if an injury, spill, or any unexpected event occurs.
- Notify the faculty member if symptoms of exposure to hazardous material are experienced.
- Visitors are permitted only under the direct supervision of a faculty member.
Protect Yourself and Your Belongings
- Bring only required materials into the workspace. Leave coats, books, and other unnecessary materials in the designated area.
- Scarves must be removed prior to entering the studio.
- Wear closed toe shoes. Bare feet, sandals, flip-flops, and perforated shoes are not permitted.
- Loose clothing and long hair should be confined.
- Contact lenses may exacerbate eye injuries. It is best not to wear them when there is a potential for exposure to vapors, dust, or splashes.
- Know the location of safety equipment.
- Avoid direct contact with any hazardous substance.
- Use protective equipment and apparel as appropriate or as directed by the faculty member.
- Inspect the equipment before use. Replace equipment that becomes damaged, worn or contaminated immediately.
- Wash hands and exposed skin on arms before leaving the studio.
- Keep all work areas free of clutter and obstructions.
- Ensure that all containers are labeled. Lids should be closed when containers are not in use.
- Materials should only be used as intended by the manufacturer. A faculty member must be directly involved if different uses or treatments of materials are contemplated.
- A faculty member must be available when working with open flames or heat guns.
- Inspect all power tools prior to use. Do not use damaged tools.
- Kilns, presses, power tools, and other specialized equipment must be used only by individuals instructed in proper operation or under the direct supervision of properly instructed individuals.
- Work with solvents must be performed only in designated areas.
- If breakage or spills occur, take appropriate steps to ensure the safety of all. Contact the proper authority while ensuring no one enters the area.
- Clean area when work is finished. Ensure that equipment is disconnected and stowed. Store all chemicals properly.
- Follow instructions for the management of waste. Never dispose of any material in the sink unless a faculty member has indicated that this is acceptable.
- If unsure about safe methods for conducting an activity, ask a faculty member.