Find your voice

Blob of red paint smeared on a white background representing our Studio Art major

Explore contemporary media, learn how to make your ideas a reality, and develop professional skills as you embark on this next step of your journey as a practicing artist. With the support of a community classroom setting and faculty who are artists themselves, you’ll graduate ready to make your mark on the creative economy.

Studio Art

Art & Design at FLC


FLC art professor Amy Wendland

"We live in an increasingly visual society. Our students use their passion and hone their skills to translate visual knowledge into influence, shaping how we perceive and experience the world around us."

A canvas for your future

Take studio art courses in a range of 2D and 3D media in high-end facilities. Throw clay, build sculptures, and learn classic printmaking techniques. Our art building was designed with the specific needs of creating visual art in mind, and makes use of one of our greatest assets: 300 days of sunshine provide excellent natural lighting.


Studio art classes you might try include:

  • Ceramics
  • Printmaking
  • Sculpture
  • Painting
  • Drawing


The sophistication of our studio spaces is a big draw for our faculty, from the Art & Design building itself to the equipment in the studios.

  • Ceramics studio
  • Printmaking studio
  • Sculpture studio
  • Outdoor courtyard classrooms

Faculty mentors

Our faculty have established careers as professional artists. Armed with their worldly experience, and motivated by their dedication to your success, you'll have a team of mentors supporting you as you embark on your career as an artist.

What can you do with a Studio Art degree?

In addition to the foundational skills and space to explore an array of media, you'll get guidance and mentorship from our faculty as you consider your paths as a professional artist.