Fine Art Undergraduate Major
Begin creating your career as an art teacher, painter, sculptor, ceramist, designer, photographer, illustrator or gallery owner with a bachelor’s degree in fine art from Mount Mary University. Our fine art program focuses on developing artistic skill, creating academic success and exploring creative activism.
Get Art Career Experience During College
The Milwaukee area offers many career and internship opportunities for fine art majors. You can intern at companies and community arts organizations, including at the Milwaukee Art Museum. Discover more about fine art careers and internships.
Create a Foundation for Success
Mount Mary University offers a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art degree. You can take courses in painting, drawing, printmaking, figure drawing, 2-D and 3-D design, fiber fabric design, sculpture, metals, ceramics and photography. The intimate class sizes allow you to get individualized attention from accomplished working art professionals.
Showcase Your Artwork
Marian Art Gallery
This on-campus gallery offers additional opportunities to display your work and view art exhibitions from faculty, alumnae and other accomplished artists. Visit the Marian Art Gallery to learn about the upcoming shows.
Exhibit Your Artwork & Impact the Community
As an art student, you’ll have several opportunities to display your work through the Studio Collective student club, Milwaukee’s Gallery Night and Day event, the Community Arts & Funk Festival, CREO annual arts and design show and an annual juried student honors competition.
You also can participate in community outreach and arts advocacy opportunities, which include:
- Public art
- Service learning
- Arts workshops
- Educational partnerships
Scholarships for Fine Art Majors
In addition to academic scholarships, fine art majors at Mount Mary may qualify for the Layton Art Scholarship. Incoming freshmen and current students majoring in art education, art therapy, fashion, fine arts, graphic design and interior design can apply each year for scholarships of up to $3,000. Learn more about scholarships available at Mount Mary.