71st SOA annual faculty / staff exhibition, November 20th - December 9th, Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery

School of Art

For over 75 years, the School of Art at Bowling Green State University has provided a nurturing environment, encouraging students to express their creative voice in a school where art and design is innovative, vibrant, and full of possibilities. 

Our five divisions include StudioDigital ArtsGraphic DesignArt Education and Art History.

At the School of Art, students pursuing our BA, BFA, MA, or MFA degrees experience the exclusivity of a private art academy - our student to faculty ratio is 15:1 - yet enjoy the affordability of a state university.

And, because we are one of the largest state art schools in Ohio, we are able to offer a diverse array of studio and art history classes and study abroad opportunities, as well as the facilities and faculty to position students for successful internships and careers. Many of our students acquire hands-on experience through internships with local and regional arts organizations as well as prominent national entities organizations such as Disney Animation, Pixar, and the Museum of Modern Art.

The School of Art has been accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design since 1984.

FEATURED

Faculty Spotlight: Allie Terry-Fritsch. View the Faculty Spotlight Here: https://vimeo.com/630275156. Allie Terry-Fritsch is Professor and Chair of Art History at BGSU.  An expert on the art and culture of Renaissance Florence, she has published widely on patronage, politics, and the performance of viewing art and architecture.

Faculty Spotlight:

A Conversation With Dr. Allie Terry-Fritsch

View the spotlight here

The School of Art at Bowling Green State University invites you to celebrate the publication of Somaesthetic Experience and the Viewer in Medicean Florence: Renaissance Art and Political Persuasion, 1459-1580 by Allie Terry-Fritsch Monday, October 25th at 5:00 p.m. in the Eva Marie Saint Theatre in the Wolfe Center for the Arts at BGSU Dr. Terry-Fritsch will read an excerpt from the book and join in a discussion with School of Art Director, Charles Kanwischer. A reception and meet and greet with the author will follow. The event is free and open to the public. To watch a recording of the event, Click Here.


71st SOA annual faculty / staff exhibition, November 20th - December 9th, Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery

SOA Annual Faculty / Staff Exhibition

November 20th - December 9th
BGSU Fine Arts Center Dorothy Uber Bryan Galley 


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