Art — contemporary and historical — is a visual record of human civilization, expressing and preserving humanity's most vibrant, profound and cherished experiences, feelings, and beliefs. In the Department of Art at The Catholic University of America, we celebrate artistic expression in studio and in history.
In accordance with the CDC recommendation regarding the CoVid-19 pandemic, unfortunately, Salve Regina Hall will be closed through at least through the end of the spring semester. Consequently, the show The Figure Interpreted: Redux is cancelled. Please check back for details on a virtual showing of our Senior Projects.
Our faculty advisors are ready to help you customize your course of study. Studio Art majors can specialize in painting, sculpture, or digital art. Art History majors can focus on medieval, Renaissance, or modern. You can combine an Art major with a second major or minor in another subject. We offer an abundance of options and expert advising to help you find what works best for you.
Easy access to world-class museums and galleries is just the beginning of the many benefits of our location in the nation's capital.
Discover our on-campus gallery space, digital arts lab, and studios for drawing, painting, ceramics, metal sculpture, and more.
All first-year students admitted to the Studio Art and Art History majors are eligible to compete for the $20,000 Karen Laub-Novak Art and Faith Scholarship.
With so many museums and galleries in DC, there are numerous internship opportunities. Whether your interest is in art conservation, art education, art therapy, curating, graphic design, museum or gallery management, or public relations, you can find something that suits you.Continue reading