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ADCI Programs & Majors

ADCI student Mary Alexis Wirths works on Debeb, a large-scale illuminated sculpture, in the class Jump!Star Sculpture & Ritual

Studio arts majors benefit from access to studio space, multiple exhibition venues and new technology. We offer eight studio arts concentrations: ceramics media, photo media, painting, sculpture media, print media, applied drawing, community & social practice, and electronic media.

A student works on a graphic design bookmaking project using a ruler and paper knife.
From letterpress to app design, ADCI graphic design spans myriad media and technologies. Our grads are prepared for competitive, client-based work in an ever-changing visual and virtual environment.
Students paste large images on the side of Brennan Hall as part of a curatory and community-engagement project for an art history class.
ADCI’s fresh, cutting-edge art history program focuses on art since 1990, with emphasis on technology, emerging media, community engagement and global exhibitions.
A student works on a fiber project in an art education classroom.
Our professional degree program integrates Kansas state licensure from pre-kindergarten to grade 12. We give students hands-on teaching experience as well as a specialization in one area of studio art.

Graduate Program in Studio Art

ADCI's Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art is a three-year, studio-focused program.

 Laura Nave works with a large wheel-thrown vase in her Henrion Hall studio.

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