College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > The Art School
The Art School at DePaul offers a curriculum which identifies and promotes continuing contact with the enduring values of our artistic heritage and the application of these values to the future. The educational aim of the school is to provide, through individualized instruction, a broad foundation in art practice. The curriculum emphasizes fundamental artistic concepts through problem solving and experimentation.
Take advantage of our small class sizes and personalized instruction from studio and media art faculty. Among area universities, the school now boasts two of the finest digital computer laboratories dedicated solely to studio, media, and graphic art. Our newly renovated facility features two darkrooms, two computer digital laboratories, a teaching exhibition space, wood and metal sculpture studios, and dedicated studios for video, photography, digital imaging, sculpture, printmaking, painting and drawing.
The Art School at DePaul hosts regular faculty-led tours of our studios, classrooms, labs, and other resources on visit Days arranged through DePaul Admissions. Your faculty guide will provide an overview of the Bachelor in Fine Arts (BFA), our two Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree programs, and describe our art minors. To learn more about visit days and to schedule a tour, contact us at the link below.