You will receive a strong foundation in studio art, color theory, conceptualization, presentation and art history, along with encouragement to create in studio practice.
Visual Arts Administration
Shape the art world through business and arts management. Whether its curating, professionally collecting and preserving art, or magnifying the role art plays in communities, a degree in visual arts administration from Lipscomb University will prepare you for a career of influence.
Learn from experienced faculty who will lead you to excel in your specialization. Soak in the Nashville art community and art scene. Take on studio practice and work in our student-run Open gallery in downtown Nashville. At Lipscomb, you will have many opportunities for experiential learning and networking to launch into your career. We'll connect you to top internships in museums, galleries and studios. In a faith-based, service-focused community, you’ll develop the professional and personal skills needed to succeed as a leader in the arts.
As a visual art administration student, you will add business, management and entrepreneurial knowledge to your skill set, along with nine hours of visual art electives. Upon graduation, you will be ready to begin your career in the art business.
Visual Arts Teaching
Inspire and mold the next generation of artists. With a visual arts teaching degree from Lipscomb University, you will be prepared to teach arts education at the primary and secondary levels. Introduce your students to a wide-range of perspectives in the world of art and strengthen their artistic skills. By sharing your passion for art, you will encourage creativity and provide your students with multiple forms of expression.
Hone your artistic skills and knowledge within a community of faith. At Lipscomb, you will develop professionally, personally and spiritually as you live out your calling. Take advantage of the opportunity to study in the vibrant, exciting city of Nashville and its art community. Learn from experienced faculty and professionals, take on studio practice and work in our student-operated Open gallery in downtown Nashville. You will graduate from Lipscomb ready to lead students and make a difference in their lives through art.
As a visual arts teaching student, you will combine your artistic foundation with training in core and specialized professional education. When you graduate from our program, you will be well-equipped to teach art at primary and secondary levels.
Student teaching required for visual arts teaching.