The Spatial and New Media Arts track combines the dynamic spatial arts and new media curriculum together for students interested in combining video, robotics, electronics, sound and time based elements with the modeling, wood-working, metal fabrication, ceramics and or casting in new and exciting ways.
Students will explore both the facilities fo Spatial Arts and New Media Art as appropriate for their studies. Students will have access to studio space with advanced course work.
The BFA degree is the nationally accepted professional degrees in visual arts. These degrees carry a high level of expected growth and involvement on the student’s part. BFA students are not required to earn a minor outside of the visual arts, so spend more time studying in studios. Upon completion of 60 semester hours* in the university and 27 semester hours in art, majors who intend to apply for admission to the BFA degree option should register for ART 297 Portfolio Review. ART 297 Portfolio Review is the mechanism for faculty to review student portfolios so they may be admitted into the BFA program. All BFA majors are guaranteed a senior exhibition at NKU.
Careers in the visual arts are ripe with opportunities. The 21st century multi-media explosion along with the emergence of the web, smart phones and digital tablets has created opportunities for designers and artists like never before. Business and cultural organizations across the planet need compelling visual content for these modern technologies. Combined with new tools such as 3D printing the creative class is helping to revolutionize our world. Here are possible paths your NKU Visual Arts education will prepare you for...