Art

Please consult a faculty member or the coordinator listed below before beginning your coursework.

Degree
Art — Associate in Fine Arts
The A.F.A. is designed primarily for students wishing to transfer into baccalaureate programs with a major in studio art, often leading to a BFA degree.  When planning your coursework, use the Student Planning Worksheet.  

The A.A. is designed for students planning to pursue a Liberal Arts degree in either art history or studio art, often leading to a BA degree.  Course selections should be made using the A.A. Student Planning Worksheet.

 

Contact Information


Chuck Boone, Interim Associate Dean, Fine and Applied Arts
McAninch Arts Center (MAC), Room 290, (630) 942-2477

Liberal Arts Division
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2616, (630) 942-2047

Visiting Artist Series:

Portrait Art Project

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COD and Maternity BVM School

COD art class produced and donated 36 portraits to Maternity BVM elementary school in Chicago, IL. The art class then donated time to work with Maternity BVM School kids to create art on walls.

Upcoming Events

  • Guitar Ensemble

    Guitar Ensemble

    Guitar Ensemble features acoustic and electric guitars performing 20th century American music.

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  • Music Fridays at Noon: Student Recital

    Music Fridays at Noon: Student Recital

    This series of one-hour free programs features performances and presentations by faculty, students, alumni and guests.

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  • Student Jazz Showcase

    Student Jazz Showcase

    Small Group Jazz ensemble is designed to address the fundamental concepts of jazz performance, reading a jazz lead sheet, improvising and constructing arrangements.

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  • Under The Streetlamp

    Under the Streetlamp is a concert celebration of classic hits from the 1950s-70s featuring tight harmonies, slick dance moves that take audiences back to an era of flashy cars.

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  • Under The Streetlamp

    Under the Streetlamp is a concert celebration of classic hits from the 1950s-70s featuring tight harmonies, slick dance moves that take audiences back to an era of flashy cars.

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