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Art Department

Art Department


What makes an environment conducive to artistic expression? We believe it’s a number of things: a faculty made up of highly-talented practicing artists, a curriculum rich in fine arts and liberal arts courses, a breath-taking campus and small class size. The Nazareth Art Department offers a variety of programs that take advantage of these assets.

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art program, studio art major, art education program, art history major, visual communication design major, graphic design program, illustration program, Nazareth College Rochester, NY

Programs of Study

Studio Art, B.F.A.
Studio Art
, B.S.

Visual Communication Design, B.F.A.
Visual Communication Design
, B.S.

Art History, B.A.

Art Education, B.S.
Art Education
, M.S.

Art Therapy, M.S.

In the Arts Center Gallery 
January 23 - March 7, 2015 (Extended by 1 day!)
Photography Invitational Exhibit:
The State Of Photography

Arts Center Gallery Talk Announcement:

The exhibit is a sampling of the wide range of work being created by college level photography educators in central and western New York.  24 photographers are featured, representing 18 Colleges and/or Universities.The show is quite eclectic, and presents a variety of technical and aesthetic approaches to photography.  Many of the photographers utilize digital tools, while others explore historical techniques and processes.  All of the participants, however, view photography as a relevant and evolving art form that will continue to endure.

On Thursday, February 26th, three of the photographers will be coming to the gallery at 6:00 p.m. to discuss their work.  The photographers include Frank Cost and Susan McWhinney from RIT, and Romy Hosford from Robert Wesleyan College.  One or two additional photographers may also be in attendance.


March 3rd - 6 PM: The second gallery talk featuring different photographers has been canceled.
Photo Invitational  Jan 2015

In the Colacino Gallery
Humanity: Themes and Impressions
Featuring new works by printmakers Kelly Clancy, Dale Klein, and Paolo Marino

January 23 - February 28, 2015
Printmakers Exhibit

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