|Location: UBC's Vancouver campus|
|Co-Op Option? Yes|
The Visual Art program leading to a Bachelor of Art in Visual Arts allows you to select a Major or Minor option. Both BFA & BA develop the creative and intellectual potential of each individual student through the practice and study of drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, multimedia, and digital media. The BA combines a focus on visual art practice with a broad range of complementary elective courses, leading to a variety of careers involving the making and understanding of art and visual culture, as well as to post-graduate studies in Art Education.
The Morris & Helen Belkin Art Gallery is the home of the UBC Fine Arts Gallery, and houses the university art collection & archive.
VISA 350 – Intermediate Print Media I: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Image Production
ARTH 338 – Visual Culture in the Age of Enlightenment and Revolution (1715-1830)
This program offers studio training in physical theatre, improvisation, solo and collaborative performance creation, as well as courses in the history and theory of theatre and world performance traditions.Visit Page
Explore complex relationships in and among these three fields while integrating the study of diverse religious traditions and the literary and artistic cultures in which they have functioned.Visit Page