Studying the creative arts yields not only innovative thinking but also cultural and economic benefits to society. Thoughtful visual expression enriches our shared experience - revealing beauty, encouraging tolerance and diversity, and sharpening critical insight.
In the Visual Arts Department at UFV, we encourage each student to develop their own expressive and analytical abilities, as they prepare for future careers as professional artists, designers, curators, educators, and more.
Our highly-qualified faculty of academics, artists, and designers work collaboratively to offer students a dynamic learning environment in which to study traditional studio arts, new media art, Graphic and Digitial Design, Film Studies, and Art History & Visual Studies. We are proud to be part of a regional university that serves the educational needs of domestic and international students, connecting local communities to global creative cultures.
Whats New in Visual Arts
Interosculate Visual Arts Diploma Grad Show March 6-24
Berlin Spring 2015
Join Art History/Visual Arts for enlightening and inspiring art lovers’ paradise
From Checkpoint Charlie & Nefertiti to the Ishtar Gate & Berlin Wall
From Altar of Zeus & Brandenburg Gate to Kathe Kollwitz Museum & Hamburger Bahnhof Gallery From Sidewalk cafes & Currywurst to Humboldt University & The Reichstag
One of the world’s most culturally diverse, influential and visited cities, Berlin’s universities, research facilities, theatres, museums, galleries, festivals and architecture are internationally renowned.
May 1–10, 2015 Included in cost of approximately $2,500
• Accommodations (including breakfast) located in Mitte, the cultural and historic heart of Berlin
• Entrance fees to: – Contemporary, Alternative, and National Galleries – Monumental Museums – Architectural and Historic Sites, including the Potsdamer Platz Sony Centre, Daniel Libeskind’s Jewish Museum, Peter Eisenman’s Holocaust Memorial, Kaiser Wilhelm Church, a memorial to Peace and Reconciliation