Surry Community College fall semester art students presented a Fall Art Show and Open House on Nov. 15.
art show featured work from the current studio classes including 2D
design, drawing, painting, ceramics, and digital photography. Attendees
were also able to tour the studio art classrooms to see additional
student art and learn about the Associates in Fine Arts in Visual Arts
degree. Art instructors Anna-Olivia Sisk and Richard Montgomery were on
hand to answer questions about the visual arts opportunities at Surry
and how students can register for future art classes.
SCC art student Nathaniel Whitt of Mount Airy stands beside his plein air acrylic paintings on display at the Fall Art show at SCC.
Associate in Fine Arts degree in Visual Arts program at Surry Community
College focuses heavily on the visual fine arts and is recommended for
those who plan to continue their education at a senior institution. This
program prepares transfer students to meet selective admission criteria
for acceptance into a Bachelor of Fine Arts or Bachelor of Arts in
Visual Arts at a senior college or university.
The course work in
this program consists of Universal General Education Transfer Component
courses (UGETC) in literature, humanities, social/behavioral sciences,
mathematics and natural science. Students in this program are provided
an opportunity to concentrate in a major area of fine art study that
includes elective choices in drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics and
digital photography. Follow the Fine Arts program on Instagram @surryfinearts.
For more information about the Fine Arts program, contact Lead Instructor Anna-Olivia Sisk at (336) 368-3479 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
registration for new curriculum students runs through Dec. 20. For
information about college application, financial aid or class
registration, contact Student Services at (336) 386-3264 or email@example.com. You can also go to surry.edu for more information.
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