Welcome to the School of Art
The TTU School of Art is one of the strongest accredited art schools in the country. We provide a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degrees, and ensure that students have the freedom to develop as artists, designers, scholars, and educators. Part of the J. T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual and Performing Arts, we encourage interdisciplinary learning, and believe that artmaking benefits from a wide variety of academic disciplines. Our programs infuse creative experimentation with intellectual rigor: thinking and making are inseparable. Our award-winning faculty takes education seriously, giving individual attention to each and every student. Faculty pay attention, and listen. Our student body is energetic, diverse, and ready to make art. Many of them start their careers early, making challenging art, drawing from history, creating communities, exhibiting – before they graduate.
School of Art is seeking applicants for four faculty positions: Professor and Director of the School of Art, Assistant Professor in Latinx Art History, Assistant Professor in Graphic Design, Assistant Professor of Practice in Graphic Design. Click here for more information.
In honor of her career of achievement, Heather Warren-Crow, associate professor of interdisciplinary arts, has been awarded the Chancellor's Council Distinguished Research Award, the most prestigious honor given to faculty members throughout the Texas Tech University System. Read the full story.
Kathryn Kelley and Sylvia Weintraub, students in the Fine Arts Doctoral Program, are featured in Texas Tech Today for their dissertation research at the Performing Arts Research Lab (PeARL) of the J.T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts (TCVPA). Kelley's research addresses writing as it relates to the artistic process, mental health risks, and artists' issues. Weintraub's work explores the do-it-yourself culture (DIY) in our consumer society of prefabricated products.
Pre-Modern Bibles: From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Complutensian Polyglot Bible: Co-curated by Janis Elliott, Ph.D., associate professor of art history and John Howe, professor of history, Pre-Modern Bibles: From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Complutensian Polyglot Bible, is the largest collection of original and facsimile biblical manuscripts ever assembled in West Texas.The exhibition is hosted by the Museum of Texas Tech University through March 3, 2019.
01.26 - 02.3.2019
Miguel Brieva: Welcome to the World
Art Building Studio Gallery
12th Annual Community Open House
Art Building & 3D Art Annex
TTU High School 150 - Art Competition
SOA Satellite Gallery at CASP
03.09 - 04.21.2019
Assembling Animal Communication
Curated by Kevin Chua, Ph.D.
Art Building Landmark Gallery
Presented in conjunction with the Animal/Language Conference