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Art Education Program

Art Education Conference Documents
Creating & Delivering [pdf]
Boxes with Fire [pdf]

Art Education at TWU

Studies for All-Level Certification Undergraduate studies in Art Education are offered toward the Bachelor of Arts degree through the Department of Visual Arts. A comprehensive and balanced program in art history, art criticism, aesthetics, and studio art production is designed to provide competencies in art education commensurate with the guidelines and standards of the Texas Education Agency, the Texas Art Education Association, and the National Art Education Association.

Graduate studies in Art Education are offered in the Department of Visual Arts. They are multicultural and comprehensive in approach to the art disciplines of history, criticism, aesthetics and studio art production. Courses are designed to provide competencies in art education commensurate with the guidelines of the Texas Art Education Association, the Texas Education Agency of the state of Texas, and the National Art Education Association.

Information on admissions and application to Art Education Graduate Programs.

Art Education Facilities

The Art Education area has a computerized art classroom, equipped to project slides, video, and digital media. These classrooms are located within easy access of faculty offices, the East | West Galleries, and most of the art studios in the Fine Arts Building, offering optimal convenience and access for both faculty and students.

Art Ed artwork and classroom pictures.


Art Teacher Network

Art Education service organization
Advisor: Dr. Diane Gregory / dgregory@twu.edu

page updated 4/27/2016 3:57 PM

Visual Arts
Application Deadlines

Scholarships
TWU Pioneer
Scholarship System
Applications for
Academic Year
2016-2017
Due date TBA
Pioneer Scholarships


Undergraduate Applications
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Graduate Applications

For Spring
October 15

For Fall
January 31

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Graduate Programs

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Student Operated Gallery

Lower Level-Student Union

Carrie Adamson-Riefler, Dysthymia
Aprill 11th-22nd
Reception: Wednesday 20th 5pm-7pm

Gallery Hours
Monday-Thursday
8am-9pm
Friday
8am-5pm
Saturday
9am-2pm
Sunday
1pm-9pm

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US News & World Report ranked TWU/Visual Arts among the best graduate schools in the U.S.


Course Rotation Schedule (pdf)