Welcome to the Department of Visual Arts

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Cal State Fullerton’s College of the Arts is distinguished by its fully-accredited Department
of Visual Arts, which provides more intensive study options than most private or public schools on the west coast. Fine arts, new media, and design programs provide quality learning to 1,600 undergraduate and graduate students within state of the art studios, classrooms, computer
and design labs, and galleries. Off campus, students engage in partnerships and internships with regional studios, artists, and museums; and CSUF art graduates go on to careers within Southern California’s robust creative economies. According to College Factual Opens in new window Cal State Fullerton is in the top 10% of all schools in the country for non-traditional* students studying Fine Art (*includes adults returning to school, part-time students, transfer students, online students and others.)

I invite you to visit our beautiful campus. We will gladly share our recent publications, and keep you apprised of present and upcoming programs and community projects. 

For questions or a tour, please call the Art Office at 657-278-3471.

Jade Jewett
Chair, Department of Visual Arts

 

In the News

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Sculptor Joins College of the Arts Opens in new window

mateo tannatt Opens in new window

An artist who chooses sculpture as a “genre of thinking and making” has joined Cal State Fullerton’s College of the Arts this fall as a tenure-track faculty member.

Art Faculty, Students in Illustration Competition Opens in new window  

Cliff Cramp's "Behind the Veil" Opens in new window

The Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles’ 57th annual illustration competition, features CSUF faculty, student and alumni representation. 

CSUF Professor and Alum Co-Curate OCMA Sculpture Exhibition

Vija Celmins, “Eraser,” 1967, acrylic on balsa wood

The exhibition,       Closer Look: Intimate-Scale Sculpture from the Permanent Collection Opens in new window provides a focused look at small sculpture in the OCMA permanent collection.

CSUF's Grand Central exhibits the work of seven art grad students 

Pamela Rush, "Ashtray"

The exhibition  encapsulates a "now more than ever" cultural moment and underscores social and political issues as they relate to notions of self.

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