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About the Program

The photography department is an intimate environment emphasizing a creative approach to imagemaking while focusing on, but not limited to, feminist issues. Discussions of assigned readings, image presentations and intense group critiques create a balance between theory and practice.

Curriculum offers a variety of courses and concentrations in black and white, color, alternative processes, installation, digital technologies and bookarts. Students take an active role in determining and implementing the curriculum at the Graduate level.

The photography program provides a place to explore ideas, develop skills, evolve as an artist, articulate critical concerns, develop networks and discuss teaching philosophies. Students are empowered to take risks, establish a broad vision of the field and develop a personal voice/working method.

For more info:
Ms. Susan kae Grant
940-898-2537
sgrant1@twu.edu
Faculty Profile

Degrees

Undergraduate

Bachelor of Arts in Art / Photography

Older Degree Plan [pdf] (prior to Fall 2013)

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art /  Photography

Degree Plan & 4 Year Sequence [pdf]
Older Degree Plan [pdf] (prior to Fall 2013) BFA Photography with a Business Minor
Degree Plan & 4 Year Sequence [pdf]
Older Degree Plan [pdf] (prior to Fall 2013)

Camera Requirements for TWU Photography Classes:

Texas Woman’s University Photography Department

Art 1603 Introduction to Photography

Digital Camera (DSLR) Required

Art 2653 Black & White Photography (Prerequisite: Art 1603)

35mm Film Camera (SLR) Required

Art 4653 Color Photography (Prerequisite: Art 1603, Art 2653 & Art 2223)

Digital Camera (DSLR) Required

Art 4663 Digital Photography (Prerequisite: Art 1603, Art 2223, Art 2653 & Art 4653)

Digital Camera (DSLR) Required

Art 4673 Alternative Photographic Processes (Prerequisite: Art 2653 & Art 4653)

35mm Film Camera (SLR) or Digital Camera (DSLR) Required

Art 4683 Photographic Possibilities (Prerequisite: Art 2653 & Art 4653)

35mm Film Camera (SLR) or Digital Camera (DSLR) Required

Please Note:

Both DSLR & SLR cameras must have adjustable f-stop & shutter speeds

Camera Resources:

DSLR Camera Sources Information [pdf]

SLR Film Camera Sources Information [pdf]

Graduate

Master of Arts in Art / Photography / MA General Requirements / Blank Degree Plan [pdf]

Master of Fine Arts in Art / Photography / MFA General Requirements / Blank Degree Plan [pdf]

Undergraduate Applications

Graduate Applications

Learn More about Photography

Information Request Form
Society for Photographic Education
Photography Links
Photographic Artists Coalition / Student Organization
JEG Application Information
Joyce Elaine Grant Juried Photography Exhibition Website

Additional Information

Campus Visits
Photography Scholarships
Student Organizations
Financial Aid
TWU Admissions

Photography Advisor

Ms. Susan kae Grant
940-898-2537
sgrant1@twu.edu
Faculty Profile

page last updated 4/22/2014 4:02 PM