Resources

Research and Reference

Art21: Contemporary art on the broadcast media and internet, often via interviews

Rhizome: Emerging art practices that engage with technology

Careers

Career and Leadership Development - Sewanee

College Art Association

Research and Reference

Artist Résume: CAA guide

Other CAA Guides

Art Majors' Web Sites

John Adams, 2014
Jesse Bruen, 2014
Tess Erlenborn, 2014
Emmy Faison, 2014
Curtis Johnson, 2014
Andrew Lyman, 2014
Caroline Minchew, 2014
Courtney Moseley, 2014
Caleb Schaubroeck, 2014
Channing Title-Fiske, 2014
Cole York, 2014

Kathleen Catherall, 2013
Emily Duncan, 2013
Frank Hand, 2013
Cara Martin, 2013 
Virginia McCall, 2013
Sally Mills, 2013
Meg O'Neill, 2013
Sarah Peacock, 2013
Sarah Grace Pendergrass, 2013

Patrick Berger, 2012
Lizzie Butler, 2012
Compton Fields, 2012
Katie Hudson, 2012 
Maggie Lines, 2012
Anna Marchetti, 2012 
Katherine H Rogers, 2012 
Jordan Rose, 2012 
Elizabeth Twork, 2012

FAQs About Courses, Majors and Minors

I want to declare an Art minor, but have already taken some courses. I graduate in 2014, 2015 or 2016. What courses should I plan on taking next?

If  you have already taken any one or two of Art 103, 104, or 105, then you will need 

  • either 101 OR 102, 
  • and three upper-level courses (at least one of which must be a 300-level course),
  • and contribute approved works of art and a two-page artist statement to a group exhibition in March of their senior year.

I want to declare an Art major, but have already taken some courses. I graduate in 2014, 2015 or 2016. What courses should I plan on taking next?

If have already taken any one or two of Art 103, 104, or 105, then you will need

  • either 101 OR 102, 
  • and two 300-level courses,
  • the two capstone senior seminars (Art 420 and 430),
  • one course in Art History, and Art electives for a total of ten courses, and
  • complete the Art comprehensive exam

Who should take 100 level art courses?

These courses are designed to provide a broad technical and conceptual introduction to all the studio disciplines, and provide a foundation for upper-level work. Thus, they are required for all Art minors and majors, while also serving as an introduction to studio practice. Each course concentrates on three disciplines. Prospective minors and majors in Art are urged to enroll in either Art 101 or 102 at the earliest possible stage. There are no pre-requisites for these courses. Enrollment is open to all students, but some spaces are reserved for Freshman and declared minors and majors.

Who should take 200 level art courses?
These courses provide a fundamental to intermediate-level introduction to a particular studio discipline or area, while framed within an overarching conceptual or thematic approach. They also prepare students for advanced-level and independent work. Minors and majors, while not required to take these course, will need them to fulfill prerequisite and elective requirements. There are no pre-requisites for these courses. Enrollment is open to all students, but some spaces are reserved for declared minors and majors.

Who should take 300 level courses?
These courses are aimed to completing advanced-level studio projects, and usually formulated between faculty and student based on specific interests and experience. The classes are for students who have taken one or more 200-level Art courses, and required for minors and majors. Enrollment is by specified prerequisites only.