Art Education Studios

The School of Art is housed in the Fine Arts Center and the Wolfe Center on BGSU’s main campus. These facilities contain the divisions of Art Education, Art History, Studio (2D and 3D media), Graphic Design, and Digital Arts.

Students and faculty members in the Division of Art Education activate two expansive classrooms and ample storage spaces. BFA students in Art Education also enjoy some of the best art facilities in the region including classroom studios for Jewelry & Metalsmithing, Drawing & Painting, Sculpture (including a woodshop and a metals shop), Ceramics, Glass, Photography, Printmaking, and Digital media. The School of Art facilities contain lecture halls for Art History and three galleries including the Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery, Hiroko Nakamoto Gallery, and the Willard Wankelman Gallery. 

Updated: 06/22/2022 04:26PM