Art & Design
Through coursework and community,the Art & Design program is designed to strengthen the connection between the basic foundation of technical proficiency and the ability to verbalize one's intent in creative work. The department strives to prepare the Hanover student for graduate school or professional careers connected to the Arts. Recent alumni who majored in Art have continued in graduate programs such as Architecture, Art Education, Set Design, Film and Studio Art.
If you are considering Hanover and are interested in Art & Design, we encourage you to visit our department when you come for a campus tour. If you are a current student and are considering majoring or minoring in Art & Design, stop by the CFA and we can discuss creative opportunities.
Some of the benefits the Studio Art program offers students are:
Annual Art/Art History Majors Trip - The junior and senior Art & Design and Art History majors have traveled with the faculty on three-day trips to Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicago, and New York.
Student Work Opportunities - The Greiner Art Gallery and the Art & Design faculty hire students for paid positions that are designed to help students gain pre-professional experience.
Individual attention - Beginning level courses have an enrollment of 15-18 students while intermediate and upper level courses have enrollments of 6-15.