We are an academic community of artists unique in location, open studios, small class size and interdisciplinary approach to visual practice.
As a Fine Arts student at SNC’s school of arts, you will focus on skills, experimentation, and conversation that foster creative solutions and entrepreneurial thinking to address the challenges and responsibilities contemporary artists face in a shifting global environment. The style of instruction and dialogue in Sierra Nevada’s fine arts program are designed to provide an adaptable, challenging, and inspiring studio environment. Solo B.F.A. exhibitions and a committee structure that mirrors many recognized graduate programs offer detailed mentorship and guidance in the development of a body of work. As you earn your fine arts degree, this serious attention of the committee at the undergraduate level provides you with the confidence to realize your vision and, as our alumni attest, the resources to adapt to varied manifestations of professional preparedness for art and for life.
A Collection of SNC’s Fine Arts
Our Students Say It Best . . .
Major: Two-Dimensional Practices
Class of 2012
I grew up on comics and illustrations and was heavily inspired by the fine detail of the line work. I was about 8 years old when I knew that art was something that I seriously wanted to pursue. . . . Read More
Major: Fine Arts
Class of 2017
Why do we need art? For me this will always be the mystery I crave to understand.
Recently my art has been focusing on my body's relationship to my environment. I came up with the idea to dive into the lake, hold my breath, and scratch circular gestures into a copper plate. I then take that copper plate to the studio and make prints. It is these mark makings that become artifacts of my body. I love being an artist. . . . Read More