University Of Southern California - Roski School Of Fine Arts
At the USC Gayle Garner Roski School of Fine Arts our first priority is the education and cultivation of our students through the study of visual art. We provide a challenging context for students to research, produce, and critically evaluate their creative work within a cultural and historical framework. The School recognizes that the marriage of concept and form that has preoccupied artists for centuries has become critical to all human endeavors today.
With the 21st Century well launched, we are witnessing momentous shifts in culture and university education and dramatic growth of career opportunities open to art students upon graduation. The USC Roski School of Fine Arts takes a leadership role in addressing these developments by teaching modes of thought and providing tools of expression that bring contemporary issues into the studio and classroom, giving students access to new directions in art making and critical theory. Students develop material and research skills through thoughtful investigation and the rediscovery of the real, tactile, and genuine, observed human experience. While other art schools tend t...
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