A Bachelor of Arts degree in Community Arts prepares students to use their artistic skills for the growth and good of those around them. Art integration has become a crucial part of both the private and public sectors, and students with a community arts degree will be prepared to meet those needs.
Why Study Community Arts?
Community Arts provides a platform for those without a voice, empowering and celebrating the unique character of our communities. This program allows the student to pursue university level studies in the field of community arts while also learning how to integrate and apply a biblical worldview to their field. Courses provide students with study in foundational art and design courses, art history, psychology, social studies, and professional preparation. In addition, this course of study requires students to deepen their studies in various studio and art practice courses.
Why Study Community Arts at Cairn?
- An Arts & Culture First Year Program dedicated to grounding the students in the foundational elements of art and art history. The First Year Program includes local, national, and international art-based travel experiences.
- Faculty who bring their professional artistic and educational expertise into the classroom
- Opportunities to be involved in vibrant, student-led art-making workshops and exhibitions on campus
- Provides community involvement with a heart for ministry
- Arts Education
- Artist in Residence
- Public Artist
- Participatory art
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Graphic Design (Major)
Pre-Art Therapy (Major)
Studio Art (Major)
Arts & Culture First Year Program