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Members of the Painters’ League attend gallery and museum exhibitions, sponsor artist presentations, conduct group critiques among their peers, and more.

The School of Art hosts exhibitions throughout the year at its on- and off-campus galleries. Students have abundant opportunities to see and experience innovative work form a wide range of perspectives and social themes.

Artwork by MFA candidate Justin Bryant was acquired for permanent collection by the Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas.

Painting & drawing classes are held in Foster Hall, the Studio Arts Building, and the Dairy Science Building. Foster Hall contains three large, well-equipped painting studios with storage racks, taborets, and easels and three drawing studios with model stands, easels, and drawing benches. The Studio Arts Building is one large room, approximately 7,000 square feet, currently used for senior projects and the advanced drawing workshop. The MFA studios are located in the Dairy Science Building, where students have access to studios around the clock, seven days a week.

Associate Director and Undergraduate Coordinator for the School of Art

The LSU School of Art offers tracks in painting & drawing for both the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Studio Art and the Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art. An undergraduate minor is also available.

The high ground above the Mississippi River is an environment where landscape, climate, history, and culture allow for a lifestyle that is uniquely suited to the artistic temperament.

Visiting artists, scholars, and guest lecturers provide further opportunities for students to extend their creative interests and establish connections with artists from a variety of disciplines.

Informed by the deep roots of history, painters continue to play a significant role in contemporary culture.

Students have access to a traditional wood-working shop; digital fabrication, photography, and lighting equipment; large-scale printers and scanners; an arboretum; a foundry; a motion capture studio; high-end work stations; and more.

The Master of Fine Arts painting & drawing curriculum is dedicated to students whose goal is a career in art. MFA candidates receive a private studio with 24-hour access. The school also offers extremely competitive graduate stipends to qualified candidates, and all MFA students have the opportunity to teach as an instructor of record after successful completion of the teaching seminar.

The painting & drawing program offers an intellectual and creative environment that addresses an awareness of traditional conventions in the context of current forms, methods, and issues. The curriculum stresses both breadth and depth and covers a wide array of artistic experiences from figure and landscape painting to abstract painting, water media, and performance and installation art. Faculty members represent a diverse range of approaches and areas of expertise. Each member shares a commitment to building a strong awareness of the power and transcendence of visual images and their ability to communicate ideas and understanding across cultural boundaries.

For undergraduates the first step to successful work in painting & drawing is a firm basis in the fundamentals of drawing and design (2D and 3D)—essential components of first-year foundations courses. After exploring other disciplines, students interested in painting & drawing continue through intermediate and advanced drawing and painting courses that build technical proficiency and a contextual understanding of artistic practice.

Hearst Scholar Kamea Comeaux spent her first semester at LSU completely enmeshed in art.

Class time is divided between in-class projects, either assigned or independent—where instructors address practical and technical issues in individual and group critiques. Interaction with visiting artists and critics provides alternative perspectives and reinforces a sense of professionalism. During the fourth year, undergraduate students are provided with individual studios. The culmination of the undergraduate curriculum is the senior project, for which students develop an individual aesthetic direction and body of work that is exhibited to the public in the Bachelor of Fine Art Show at Foster Gallery.

Scott Andresen, Assistant Professor Denyce Celentano, Associate Director, Graduate Coordinator Kelli Scott Kelley, Professor John Malveto, Associate Professor Frederick Ortner, Professor, Area Coordinator Ed Smith, Professor

Renovations to the Studio Arts Building are underway. The building is the gateway to the historic part of campus and will promote arts to the community and provide state-of-the-art facilities and studios for studio arts.

The LSU School of Art prides itself on the quality of the Visiting Artists & Scholars Program, where individual studio critiques and group discussions are the norm. Recent visitors include Julie Heffernan, Mario Naves, Walton Ford, Kara Walker, Peter Schjeldahl, Nari Ward, Ben Davis, Lesley Dill, Robert Storr, and many others.

MFA students are expected to work as maturing artists motivated by independent ideas. Regular critiques are offered by a faculty of actively exhibiting professional artists, and students are encouraged to invite faculty from other disciplines for studio visits. We encourage students to explore a wide range of issues and media reflected in the contemporary curriculum, but painting remains the core focus.

Still-life drawings by LSU painting & drawing students were featured in an exhibition at the Louisiana Art & Science Museum.

The College of Art & Design’s Lecture Series and the School of Art’s visiting artists program bring a dynamic spectrum of visiting artists and critics to campus. Exhibitions, fieldtrips, and study abroad opportunities, including Art in Ireland and Art in Florence, offer a broad range of practical and inspiring experience, bringing both the art world and larger world perspectives to the learning environment.

Arts Painting And Drawing