Celebrating the Art of Creation and Creating
Do you believe that the beauty of God is revealed in His creation? Do you believe that Christians, reflecting His nature, are designed to create and appreciate beauty? If so, Taylor’s Art Department is the place for you. The visual and design arts greatly influence our daily lives through our use of social media, photography, advertising, and more. We desire to prepare you to interpret and engage our image driven culture.
The Taylor Art Department offers you several avenues in which to pursue your passion for beauty. As an undergraduate art major, you will be given strong foundational skills and instruction in your specific area of interest. Along with our core art classes, Taylor offers concentrations in graphic design, photography and 2D and 3D studio. We also provide future art teachers with not just the necessary background to teach in schools, but a deeper sense of calling and purpose through our unique perspective on faith and learning.
At Taylor, our desire is not only to build your artistic skill but to also shape your understanding of the significance of art and the role it can play in the world beyond the studio and classroom. We will demonstrate the relationship between our Christian faith and the visual arts, no matter what avenue of art you choose to pursue.
Interested? Take the Next Step
Contemporary artist Amanda Hamilton will be showing in the Metcalf Gallery November 8 – December 6. She will be on campus for an opening reception on Friday, November 8 at 6pm in the Metcalf Gallery.
LIFE IS, a collection of pieces from 13 Taylor University art majors, will open Friday, October 25, at Blackford County Arts in neighboring Hartford City.
Internationally known limestone carver, Dale Enochs, will be featured in the Metcalf Gallery October 4 - November 4.