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Cornish Programs

Art

Choosing Art at Cornish is choosing to immerse yourself in an education dedicated to thinking through making. Learning to balance research, collaboration, and experimentation is at the core of your studies. Working in the studio and all over Seattle, you will be thoroughly exposed to the contemporary art world.

Art Student wearing apron working in large urban studio in Cornish Main campus

What To Expect

BFA
in Art

There are two types of art students who thrive at Cornish:

Those who arrive knowing they can focus on being a painter, sculptor, photographer, etc.

Those who know they need the time and space to experiment, take risks, and play between two or more media.

Program Information

Program Faculty + Administration

Art
Cornish faculty, Gayle Clemans

Gayle Clemans

Critical + Contextual Studies, Art History
Art
Kevin Goodrich

Kevin Goodrich

Department Chair, Sculpture, Print
Art

Bonnie Biggs

Sculpture
Art
Preston Wadley

Preston Wadley

Drawing
Art
Ruth Thomlinson

Ruth Tomlinson

Sculpture
Art
Rob Rhee

Robert Rhee

Sculpture, Performance
Art
Laura Hart Newlon

Laura Newlon

Photography
Art
Erin Elyse Burns

Erin Elyse Burns

Performance, Photography
Art
Bob Campbell

Robert Campbell

New Media, Video Art, Digital Print
Art | Humanities + Sciences
Cornish Staff or Faculty member

Elizabeth Darrow

Critical + Contextual Studies, Art History
Art
Cornish Staff or Faculty member

Cable Griffith

Painting

Admissions Information

Office of Admission

Main Campus Center
Floor 3
admission@cornish.edu
(800) 726-ARTS