Fibers

The Bachelor of Fine Arts concentration in fiber is designed to prepare the student to become a fine artist. The integration of studio and lecture courses in the curriculum as well as activities and enrichment opportunities encourages the skills and concepts essential to the student’s growth as an artist. The BFA degree concentration in surface design and weaving teaches students traditional techniques applied to contemporary design aesthetics. The fibers program lays the foundation for careers in surface design and studio weaving. Students develop technical proficiency, design skills, and a personal aesthetic, learning both traditional and contemporary fibers processes of fabric dyeing and patterning, and floor-loom weaving. They develop technical skills and a personal aesthetic culminating in a senior thesis exhibition.
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Degree: Bachelor of Fine Arts
Major: Fine Arts
Concentration: Fibers

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