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Female student drawingThe Department of Art at Metropolitan State University of Denver is a vibrant, diverse environment full of options for students interested in pursuing a degree in a creative field. Whether you are interested in being a professional artist, designer, educator, or researcher, you will learn traditional methods of art production and research as well as innovative approaches to art and design. Students at MSU Denver respond critically to visual culture in a variety of contexts and work independently and collaboratively to develop thoughtful and reasoned outcomes. No matter what your ultimate career goals are, the degrees in the Department of Art at Metropolitan State University of Denver offer you the flexibility of diverse options so you train to become an innovative creative professional. 

Center for Visual Art

  Water Line: A Creative Exchange

Water Line: A Creative Exchange

Aug 4 - Oct 21



Propagate: A Backyard Revolution

Propagate: A Backyard Revolution 

Aug 4 - Oct 21



Study Abroad: Denmark

Students in this study abroad course explore contemporary design practices in Denmark. Danish design is culturally defined by a clean aesthetic, emphasis on Functionality, and empathy for the human experience. In this course, students produce design solutions that reflect Danish design philosophy, specifically as it relates to design that embraces universal access, eco-friendly values, and the adoption of new technologies.

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Study Abroad: Barcelona

Spain has long attracted artists, scholars, and romantics. Experience the world of Gaudi, Picasso, and Dali. Explore a medieval city, an active pilgrimage site, and a gothic cathedral. This program will consist of one week in Denver, over two weeks in Barcelona, and a weekend in Madrid.

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