For the minor in visual arts, students may focus on either traditional studio courses or a digital curriculum. They have the option to combine the two tracks for a more diverse, if more general, experience.
The core requirements include either Studio Drawing I (studio track) or Introduction to Digital Photography (digital track) and a History of Art course pertinent to the student’s field of interest. Students may count as many as two visual arts courses taken at MICA, but not offered at Hopkins, toward the minor.
The Homewood Art Workshops provide a studio environment in which undergraduates can pursue their creative interests. Through classes offered by the Homewood Art Workshops, students can enrich their lives while diversifying and broadening their educational experience.