Art is an ongoing exploration.

Ringling’s Fine Arts program empowers students to find their authentic voices and boldly express them in their work. The curriculum utilizes traditional, contemporary and digital media for creating paintings, prints and sculpture in an interdisciplinary environment. The painting curriculum provides a wide array of artistic experiences, ranging from figurative and landscape painting to abstraction, collaboration, performance, installation, and time-based art. The printmaking curriculum offers students the opportunity to develop a comprehensive range of skills within the areas of lithography, relief printing, silkscreen, and intaglio. The sculpture curriculum allows students to develop skills, knowledge and competencies within wood, ceramics, metal fabrication, bronze and performance/installation. Students become proficient in mold making, welding and metal casting. Off-campus study opportunities for all Fine Arts students include the New York Studio Program and study abroad programs in Europe. The students conclude by creating a cohesive body of work for a senior thesis that serves as preparation for further education or for a career in the arts.

THE TOP 10

Exhibiting Artist

Instructor/Professor

Management: Museum, Galleries, Fine Arts Presses and Institutions

Gallery Owner, Curator, Director

Art Critic/Writer

Art Preservation and Conservation Specialist

Artistic Programs Administrator

Art Historian

Art Association Director

Set Designer

OTHER

Archive Manager

Architectural Renderer

Art Administrative Assistant

Art Appraiser

Art Broker

Art Collection Administrator

Art Coordinator

Art Dealer

Art Handler

Art Investment Advisor

Art Librarian

Art Restorer

Art Supply Consultant

Art Therapist

Artist Representative

Arts and Culture Program Director

Arts Grant Writer

Arts in Education Coordinator

Billboard Artist

Calligrapher

Ceramist

Chief Curator

Collagist

Collection Care Specialist

Corporate Art Buyer/Curator

Costume Shop Supervisor

Curator of Exhibitions/Public Programs

Curatorial Projects Manager

Decorative Artist

Digital Imager

Digital Printmaker

Director of Public Art and Exhibition

Director of Visual Merchandizing

Exhibition Designer

Fine Art Pressman

Gallery Art Indexer

Graphic Designer

Holography Artist

Illustrator

Installation Artist

Interior Designer

Landscape Painter

Magazine Art Editor

Mask Artist/Film

Matte Artist

Mixed-Media Artist

Muralist

Museum Art Indexer

Neon Artist

Painting Restorer

Photo Archivist

Photographic Collection Curator

Portrait Artist

Poster Artist/Theatre and Film

Print Production Artist

Production Manager/Visual Arts

Prosthetic Makeup Artist/Film

Puppet-Maker

Quilter

Scenic Artist

Sculptor

Sculpture Restorer

Sketch Artist

Studio Manager

Textile Artist

Video Artist

Visiting Artist/Artist-in-Residence

Weaver

Welder

Xerography Artist