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3 Why the College of Visual and Performing Arts? Scholarship in Action. At the College of Visual and Performing Arts, we provide the tools for self-discovery and risk taking in an environment that thrives on critical thought and action. Our students not only work hard in their classrooms and studios, but they also collaborate with others across campus and around the globe. Our faculty consists of active, innovative artists and scholars who are passionate about what they do, and this passion is contagious. You will be pushed to exceed existing boundaries of human expression and will never be confined to one aesthetic or point of view. The School of Art and Design offers programs that challenge you to not only grow creatively, but also to explore new experiences and opportunities on campus, in the Syracuse community, and around the world. Its curricula are designed to offer electives that can be taken within the college and other academic units on campus. No matter which program you choose in the School of Art and Design, expect to be a part of an energetic, dynamic, and intelligent community of creative thinkers who support and nurture you on your path to becoming a creative professional. Ann Clarke Dean

4 Transformative Learning: From Theory to Practice Join a tradition of excellence that dates back 130 years, when SU became the first university in the country to grant a bachelor of fine arts degree. The School of Art and Design has three departments art, design, and transmedia from which you can choose from among 15 majors leading to a B.F.A. degree: art education, art photography, art video, ceramics, communications design, computer art and animation, fashion design, film, history of art, illustration, environmental and interior design, jewelry and metalsmithing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. Or you can pursue a program in industrial and interaction design leading to a bachelor of industrial design. Whatever your choice, you ll get one-on-one interaction with faculty active professionals themselves and with numerous visiting artists. You ll also enrich your personal and professional life with classes from SU s other schools and colleges, and hone your skills in the real world perhaps interning with a designer in the heart of London s fashion district or drawing inspiration from the great masters in Florence, Italy. It s this combination of academic breadth and experiential learning that will provide you with the vision and confidence to pursue a successful career in any number of creative fields. Learn more about the School of Art and Design s programs and majors on the following pages, and visit us on the web at 2 Syracuse University (USPS ) Volume 38, Number 11 July 2012 Syracuse University is an official bulletin of Syracuse University and is published 16 times a year: one time in May and 15 times in July by Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY Periodicals postage paid at Syracuse, New York Postmaster: Send address corrections to Syracuse University, Undergraduate Admissions Processing Center, 621 Skytop Road, Suite 160, Syracuse, NY The School of Art and Design program guide is a joint production by Syracuse University s Division of Enrollment Management and Office of Publications.

5 Inside Your First Year... 5 Department of Art...6 Art Education... 6 History of Art... 6 Ceramics... 8 Illustration...8 Jewelry and Metalsmithing... 8 Painting... 9 Printmaking... 9 Sculpture...9 Department of Design Communications Design Fashion Design...11 Industrial and Interaction Design Environmental and Interior Design...12 Department of Transmedia...15 Art Photography...15 Art Video Computer Art and Animation Film Resources and Opportunities...18 Campus Life...20 The City...21 Alumni Profiles...23 Faculty Spotlight...24 Your Portfolio Meet SU...Inside Back Cover 3

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7 Your First Year Art and Design You ll begin your first year in the foundation program, designed to provide the most rigorous introductory courses necessary for a complete education in art and design. The basic structure of the foundation year includes four required studios: Time Arts, Foundation Drawing, Two-Dimensional Creative Processes, and Dimensional Arts; two required courses in art and design history; one required Syracuse University writing course; and the First-Year Colloquium, which addresses a wide range of contemporary issues and topics through films, lectures, and presentations by visiting artists and designers. The goal of these courses is to strengthen conceptual and technical abilities, promote research activity, and provide a cultural and historical context for a broader and more diverse understanding of students ideas. By the end of your first year, you ll be prepared for both the intensive focus of your art or design major and the intellectual challenge of a liberal arts education. Transmedia Core No matter which Department of Transmedia major you choose art photography, art video, computer art and animation, or film your first year in the department includes four core courses. In the fall semester, the Colloquium class explores an overview of media as art through faculty presentations and visiting artists, while the Studio Concepts course explores ideas and concepts of time and movement using digital technologies. In the spring semester, the Colloquium class continues, as does your exploration of studio problems in the Interconnected Studios class. After your first year, additional core courses are taken along with those in your major. This allows you to continue cross-disciplinary approaches to art-making and to build a community of collaboration and friendships. In your first year you also have the opportunity to take studio and academic electives and begin courses in your major. You also take Syracuse University s required writing studio in both semesters. Through the Phoenix Center project, interior and industrial design students transformed the center at the Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection afterschool program for students in grades 7-12 into an environment that reflected the students aspirations, goals, and potential. 5

8 Department of Art The Department of Art offers degree programs in art education, history of art, ceramics, illustration, jewelry and metalsmithing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. As a student here, you ll have access to extensive studio facilities, museum collections, visiting and resident artists, and dynamic professional faculty committed to helping you develop your own visual language and skills. The curricula allow enough flexibility for you to take courses in the liberal arts, business and entrepreneurship, information studies, public communications, and many others. Outside the classroom, you ll engage in valuable experiential opportunities, whether working on projects with local schoolchildren or fighting hunger with community artists through the Empty Bowls event. Through our Professional Practice in the Arts course, you ll also gain critical career development. Art Education The art education program gives you expertise in the development of curricula linked to national and New York State learning standards for the visual arts. You will be dually enrolled in the College of Visual and Performing Arts and the School of Education, and take studio arts courses and interdisciplinary electives in combination with education theory and cultural foundations. In your junior year, you ll have the chance to teach art to children ages 5 to 15 in weekly workshops that further prepare you for student teaching your senior year. You ll also have valuable networking and professional development opportunities through the Syracuse University Student Art Education Association. History of Art As a history of art major, you will take a broad range of courses, and develop your creative abilities in studio art as well as your research and writing skills. You may specialize in a particular period, a stylistic movement, a medium, a geography-based focus, or a combination. You also may take electives in such areas as archaeology, architecture, history of costume, and religion. History of art majors pursue museum work, art criticism, arts administration, management of artrelated businesses, or public information jobs in the arts. 6

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10 department of art Ceramics In this degree program, you will have the opportunity to explore numerous possibilities pottery, sculpture, tile mosaics, and others before determining the specialty that s right for you. Early studio courses focus on methods of hand building, wheel throwing, mold work, and basic glaze chemistry and application. You also learn about decorative techniques, kiln firing, and studio maintenance. As you become more advanced, you will use traditional and experimental techniques for production pieces and individual works; mix your own glazes, clays, and slips; and fire your own kilns. Many of our graduates have become studio ceramists, teachers at both the high school and college levels, or pursued other avenues such as occupational therapy. Illustration Do you love storytelling? Do you love to draw and paint? In illustration you develop your creative storytelling abilities while honing your skills in drawing, painting, design, and research. You will take a variety of studio courses, including drawing, painting, illustration concepts, digital illustration, and history of illustration, and become familiar with a wide variety of media. You will also have the chance to enter your work in the national Society of Illustrators student competition, among others. Alumni of the program are successful in such areas as illustration for children s books, graphic novels, newspaper and magazine publishing, greeting cards, licensing, and advertising, as well as visual development in animated films, television, and the video game industry. Jewelry and Metalsmithing You will learn to produce creative pieces in such precious metals as gold and silver; nonprecious metals like aluminum, bronze, brass, and pewter; and nonmetal materials. You may create jewelry, hollowware, flatware, and small sculpture. After your introductory courses, you will incorporate advanced techniques and experiment with materials and processes. Courses also address current issues in the field, history of metalsmithing, and presentation and display skills. Graduates find employment in numerous capacities, from designing silverware to modeling fantasy characters for the TV and movie industry, to working as freelance artists and designers. 8 Industrial and interaction design students created unique exterior wraps for Connective Corridor buses. While each of the wraps is distinctive one sports colored dots, another gives a nod to different modes of transportation, and a third boasts a bus riding a wave they all incorporate common elements that will be visuals used along the corridor.

11 department of art Painting In this program, you will be encouraged to experiment as you develop your own unique style. Studio work in oils, acrylics, watercolor, and nontraditional media are the norm in most painting programs; however, this program is more plastic than that. Our students are encouraged to think in an expansive way; when the work calls for video or performance we will direct you in that way. By the time students become seniors they are working in their own private studios, and while they attend classes they will have a large amount of one-on-one tutoring. Faculty will help you to develop your technical skills in painting, drawing, color, and pictorial composition. Courses in art history and critical studies will add context and understanding of contemporary critical thinking. In addition, there is a visiting artist program of national and international recognition that you are directly exposed to. The painting program prepares you for a career with such courses as Professional Practices and Art in New York City. When students graduate from this program they are prepared to become part of the professional community of artists. Printmaking The printmaking degree program offers you the opportunity for concentrated study through studio work in relief, intaglio, lithography, silkscreen, letterpress printing, hand papermaking, and book arts. You will learn both traditional printmaking skills and new technologies that combine digital applications and mixed media. You ll also work with master printmakers and artists as part of our vibrant visiting artists program. Our fully ventilated, 6,400-square-foot facility includes six etching and lithography presses, a hand papermaking lab, typography and computer labs, and a resource library, among other features. Graduates have jobs such as professional master printers, studio owners, commercial artists, illustrators, and museum curators. Sculpture Cross boundaries as you explore concept, form, and space. You ll have opportunities to work in all media, from traditional forms to contemporary media, including metal casting and fabrication, plastics forming and casting, and a full wood fabrication and carving shop. You ll also have access to new technologies, including rapid prototyping, CNC carving, and digital video and photo equipment. Our spacious facilities include state-of-the-art workshops, a gallery, and studio spaces. 9

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13 Department of Design The Department of Design offers you professionally oriented programs that are known for excellence and engagement, both in the local community and abroad. Choose from programs in communications design, fashion design, industrial and interaction design, and environmental and interior design. All are housed in The Warehouse, a University building in downtown Syracuse from which you will have easy access to local design firms and downtown attractions. Through various student groups, you will have opportunities to work with local nonprofits or engage in funded research design collaborations. You ll also have access to interdisciplinary initiatives in which students and faculty collaborate on creative solutions to complex, real-world concerns, from urban revitalization and green living to wearable technologies. Communications Design Develop your ability to solve real-world problems along with a variety of skills in graphic media. Learn to think strategically through branding and self-created projects. Your coursework will explore the creative process, communications theory, design history, and project management. You ll be working individually and in various group collaborations. Projects incorporate advertising, marketing, packaging, publication, web and social media, and best business practices. Students also have the opportunity to study abroad in our London program. Your hard work culminates in our annual two-day senior portfolio show in New York City, open to design professionals in the tri-state area. Our graduates work as designers and art directors at many of the leading firms in the country. Fashion Design The fashion design degree program prepares you to be a highly skilled professional in the world of fashion. You will learn the basic skills of garment construction, fashion design concepts, and drawing techniques (both by hand and computer-generated). You also will study experimental textiles, knit design, accessory design, fashion drawing, surface pattern design, history of art, and history of fashion. Your designs will be featured in our various annual fashion shows, including our senior collection show in your last year. Graduates work in design houses in smallscale or mass distribution, trade magazines, fashion periodicals, and support industries. Fashion majors should declare their major as they enter the first year of study. 11

14 department of design Industrial and Interaction Design The five-year industrial and interaction design program combines theory with studio practice in a process-oriented approach to design development. With a focus on environmental and social responsibility, the program will prepare you to develop design solutions that meet current needs and future demands. Courses in design theory and practice, as well as support courses in the humanities, physical and natural sciences, and behavioral and social sciences, will prepare you to be a leader in the field while adapting along with the world. Whether it is by choosing to study in SU s London studio, participating in a shared class with the ischool, or working with the Syracuse Student Sandbox on an entrepreneurial venture, you will gain a broad set of experiences before you enter the workforce. Environmental and Interior Design The environmental and interior design curriculum supports a multidisciplinary philosophy and fosters the creation of humane, sustainable environments for people. Visual and verbal communications skills, as well as a strong technical component, provide a basis for the education of designers who will become creative problem solvers and leaders in various fields of environmental and interior design. A sensitivity to the concerns of people, sustainable design practices, and an understanding of the business of design contribute to their overall competence. Individual work experiences and actual and collaborative projects in the community and with industry expose students to current and future issues. The program is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA). 12

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17 Department of Transmedia The Department of Transmedia offers degree programs in art photography, art video, computer art and animation, and film. Each curriculum includes core courses in transmedia theory and practices, as well as options for interdisciplinary study with programs in the School of Art and Design and SU s other schools and colleges. You ll also draw inspiration and insight from visiting and resident artists and have opportunities to display your own work, both on campus and in the local community. Internships and study abroad experiences add invaluable real-world context and relevance to your studies. Art Photography The art photography program immerses you in the creative process, giving you the skills and confidence to produce technically and visually professional work. Rather than promoting a particular tradition, we help you learn to take risks and find your own voice. You have easy access to professional cameras and lighting equipment, as well as digital color and black-and-white facilities that will allow you to produce museum-quality photographs. You ll also benefit from our close partnership with Light Work, a world-renowned photography center housed at SU that features the art photography program s annual show. Art Video Explore the use of video as a medium for making contemporary art. You ll take a multidisciplinary approach and have opportunities to interact with fellow students majoring in computer art and animation, film, and art photography. Beginning courses examine technical principles and the complex nature and power of video. Throughout, you ll have access to digital video and audio facilities and equipment, and opportunities to screen your work in the community. Graduates work in special effects for the film industry, make video and multimedia for professional artists, or have careers in web design, videography, and game design. Transmedia faculty are actively involved in the Syracuse community organizing screenings, film festivals, and exhibitions, which gives students many opportunities for creative exploration and involvement. 15

18 department of transmedia Computer Art and Animation The degree program in computer art and animation gives you instruction in 3D computer animation, electronic object creation, codebased art, sound design, and sonic art as it prepares you to be a highly skilled artist and critical thinker. You will work with faculty to find your artistic voice, explore the diverse possibilities of computer art, and develop your professional skills. You ll also have the flexibility to explore other transmedia disciplines and to show your work at The Redhouse, a nonprofit cultural center in downtown Syracuse. Alumni work in some of the most prestigious animation and visual effects companies in the world, such as Pixar, LucasArts, Blizzard, and Sony Pictures Imageworks. Film In this program you will learn everything from scriptwriting to pre-production, production, and post-production techniques, and pursue various modes of production, including experimental, narrative, documentary, and animation. In your junior and senior years, you will tailor your studies to your own academic and professional interests. Unique opportunities include involvement with the annual Syracuse International Film Festival, semester study abroad, or participation in SU s LA Semester, an internship-centered program in Los Angeles. In addition, each year, several film seniors are awarded fellowships to participate in the Sorkin in L.A. Learning Practicum, a program supported by awardwinning writer, producer, and drama alumnus Aaron Sorkin 83 that immerses participants in the world of TV and film. Film students have the opportunity to make a short 35mm film and take other film studio electives during a semester abroad in Prague at FAMU, the Film and TV School of Academy of Performing Arts. 16

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20 Resources and Opportunities: The Whole Picture Syracuse University provides substantial resources and facilities to help you achieve academic success and position you to begin your professional life. Visiting Artists and Speakers Throughout the year, the School of Art and Design hosts numerous nationally and internationally known visiting artists. These artists and designers, some of whom are alumni, give presentations and lectures and often critique student work. The University also hosts prominent speakers through its yearlong University Lectures series and the Syracuse Symposium. Light Work, a University-based photography center, also sponsors exhibitions, artist lectures, and an artist-in-residence program. Galleries and Exhibition Spaces SU s Coalition of Museums and Art Centers features six partner arts organizations, including SUArt Galleries, a 10,000-squarefoot exhibition space that hosts temporary, traveling, and permanent exhibitions and houses the University s 45,000-object art collection; the nonprofit Light Work; and Community Darkrooms, a public photography and digital imaging facility. Student exhibition spaces are located in a number of campus buildings as well as at several community sites, including the internationally recognized Everson Museum of Art and The Redhouse, a nonprofit cultural center in downtown Syracuse. Portfolio Critiques Students in the School of Art and Design have many opportunities to interact and network with visiting artists, some of whom critique student portfolios. In addition, faculty in the communications design and illustration programs visit SU s Lubin House in New York City each spring to present senior portfolios to industry professionals. Many of the professionals are SU alumni, who share their expertise with students. The Honors Program The Renée Crown University Honors Program is an enhanced educational experience for students who seek an intense intellectual challenge. The program requires an excellent command of language and a commitment to global awareness, civic engagement, collaborative work, and academic breadth and depth. As part of the experience, students select a topic they are passionate about and complete a major research thesis or creative project some of which have included screenplays, films, paintings, engineering projects, written theses, and more. Undergraduates from all University schools and colleges are eligible to participate. For more information, visit 18

21 Study Abroad In today s ever-shrinking world, international study abroad is more than a luxury. As you live and study abroad, you ll broaden your perspective, learn to challenge assumptions, and begin to develop a worldview beyond your own cultural experience. Nearly 45 percent of SU students study abroad at some point in their college career, and SU s highly respected international study program offers semester, summer, short-term, and yearlong options. Students in the School of Art and Design can take advantage of study programs in Florence, Italy; Prague, Czech Republic; and London, England. For more information, visit Internships As part of your preparation for life after college, Syracuse University Career Services will assist in placing you in local, national, or international internships that allow you to develop on-the-job experience while earning academic credit. Such experiences put your theoretical knowledge into a real-world context, enhance your academic credentials, and give you a competitive edge in the job market. For more information, visit At the Library The Syracuse University Library provides comprehensive on-site and online resources, as well as research support services. Take advantage of wireless access and laptops for loan; choose from a variety of comfortable study spaces; and refuel with beverages and snacks at Pages café in Bird Library. Bird Library, the largest library on campus, houses a Learning Commons and is open 24 hours a day, Sunday through Friday during the academic year. There is a separate Science and Technology Library and branch libraries for earth science and mathematics. The library s diverse collections include more than 3.1 million printed volumes, more than 16,000 online and print journals, and an extensive collection of maps, images, music scores, sound recordings, videos, microforms, rare books, and manuscripts. Library workstations, including Macs and PCs, are equipped with standard campus software applications. Also available are specialized software for multimedia production, adaptive technologies for disabled users, a digital imaging center, and a geographic and statistical information lab. Computing Network At SU, you will have access to a broad range of computing and information technology services. The University s campus-wide high-speed networks, including wireless in all residence halls and most other buildings, connect you to , the Internet, and campus information and learning systems. You ll enjoy high-tech, multimedia classrooms and collaborative spaces, as well as computer labs equipped with the latest software technologies for your academic coursework. 19

22 Campus Life At Syracuse University, situated high on a hill overlooking the City of Syracuse, you ll enjoy the best of two worlds. It s large enough to offer a wide array of academic programs, student organizations and performing arts groups, and a Division I athletics program. But it s also small enough to ensure that you ll easily feel at home within the intimate community of your home college. SU students come from all 50 states and more than 120 countries, and they choose from among more than 200 majors offered in SU s undergraduate schools and colleges. Regardless of your major or your home college, you ll build lasting relationships with like-minded peers and mentoring faculty members. On Main Campus, you ll find a mix of classic and contemporary academic buildings and a sweeping Quad where you can enjoy lunch, toss a Frisbee, or just stretch out on the grass for a little idle skygazing. Residential housing is provided either on Main Campus or on South Campus, the latter of which is located about a mile away and served by a free shuttle. There are also living and learning communities to promote connections with your classmates around common interests. Most of SU s 21 residence halls are equipped with lounge space, laundry rooms, and recreation space. Many also have a computer lab, café, or exercise area. Wireless capabilities are available in most locations across campus. At mealtime, you can choose from five residential dining centers, two student centers with dining services, numerous cafes, and two campus groceries. Outside of class, you can choose from more than 300 student organizations, including performing arts groups; sports teams; and student-run print, radio, and broadcast media, to name a few. Work out, swim, or join a pick-up basketball game at one of our recreation facilities; take in a concert or lecture at Hendricks Chapel; or get involved in any number of service opportunities through the Mary Ann Shaw Center for Public and Community Service. Opportunities for involvement extend into the community as well, with the Universitycity Connective Corridor initiative linking the campus with downtown galleries, museums, theaters, music venues, and cultural festivals. 20

23 The City The mini-metropolis of Syracuse, New York, fuses distinctive neighborhoods, yearround festivals, parks, professional sports, destination shopping, and a thriving art, music, and social scene. View American impressionism at the Everson Museum of Art. Hike the trails at Green Lakes State Park. Browse the shops in historic Armory Square. You ll soon find that the University campus and city community are deeply intertwined. You can take classes downtown at SU s modern Warehouse building, which houses community art spaces and a creative problem-solving lab. You may also want to join faculty, staff, and other students as they work with the city on planning the Connective Corridor, a three-mile urban design project that links the University with the city s cultural attractions. Beyond the community, you may be tempted to take a road trip. Just down the road are the Finger Lakes. Venture north to ski, hike, or gaze at the Adirondack Mountains. Explore the area s landscape, and you ll soon discover the city and region s distinctive character and robust spirit. Join other Central New Yorkers in capturing the energy of each of the four seasons: brilliant color displays in fall, snowy ski trails in winter, flower-filled parks in spring, and balmy beaches in summer. Come see for yourself. We invite you and your family to visit Syracuse University to experience the campus and community, and meet with our faculty, staff, and students. The Office of Admissions is open Monday through Friday and selected Saturdays in the fall and spring. Call in advance to schedule a visit. 21


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