What will I learn?
People have many different reasons for pursuing an art degree. Some are looking to explore various media and concepts, to develop their craft. Others are exploring personal interests like illustration, animation, tattooing and video games. Yet others are interested in teaching.
Students in LCCC's Art program receive hands-on training in a range of art media and techniques in a studio setting. They learn about art history as well as concepts that are explored in their own artwork. Students will learn how to talk and write about art. They will learn how to give and take useful feedback in critiques.
Non-art majors may wish to study in this area for personal reasons or for application to other program such as web page design, multimedia, and computer graphics.
Associate of Arts
The major in art is intended to educate and assist students in a fundamental understanding of concepts, techniques and methods of form and content within works of art.
Available at the Cheyenne main campus.
Art students have the opportunity to participate in a juried art exhibition each spring.
Student are encouraged to join the Art Student Union, a student-led club that meets to create and discuss art. They also exhibit their own work and work with students in local elementary schools.
LCCC also has a visiting artist program that brings national and international artists to campus. Their visits include public presentations, demonstrations, workshops and critiques.
What can I do with this degree?
Graduates from the Art program may go directly to work or continue their education at a 4-year university.
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Cost of Attendance
For general college expense, students view LCCC’s tuition and fees Web page. Students in this program typically incur additional expenses of about $120 in art course fees.