Hear from Art Students

Truman art majors talk about their experience at Truman…

“The magic of being an art major begins with studio classes. A studio class takes place in — you guessed it — a studio, and is a couple hours of making art with classmates. I have had many fond memories of chatting in class with my friends or people who became my friends afterward while making prints, embroidering fibers projects or choosing and re-choosing colors for a poster. The collaborative nature of these classes teaches students about giving and receiving feedback from their peers.”

—Anna Grace
Art Major (Design)

 

“I always wanted to study abroad. I think it helps you get a good idea of differences between your own culture and other ones and it also helps you grow as a person. You learn more about yourself.”

—Emily Pulley
Art Major (Design)
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“I like how my visual communications classes focus on a variety of projects, all of which have real-world applications to the job I will soon have.”

—Elizabeth Williamson
Art Major (Design)

 


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Wynne Wilbur is a Resident Artist in Montana

Professor Wynne Wilbur spent time this summer in a short term artist residency at Red Lodge Clay Center in Red Lodge, Montana. While there she worked on porcelain, returning to a material she has focused on during her sabbatical in China and since. While at Red Lodge, Professor Wilbur was one of five Artist-Invites-Artist residents. -Read more Wynne Wilbur is a Resident Artist in Montana