Create, innovate, communicate
As a visual artist, you create, innovate, and communicate. You share beauty, you share experiences, you share thoughts and feelings that help people to connect. In the College of Arts and Architecture, we’ll help you hone your skills, nurture your creativity, and prepare you for the next step.
Meliza FerminB.A. in Integrative Arts 2004
Meliza Fermin is an award-winning visual effects artist across television and film genres. She won an Emmy for Outstanding Visual Effects for her work on the television show Heroes, and Emmy certificates for her contributions to The Battle of Gettysburg and American Horror Story. Currently, Meliza works at Fuse FX as a senior digital matte painter on shows such as American Horror Story and Timeless.
Galleries, Studios & Workshops
SoVA Wood & Metal Shop
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Professor of Art History and Anthropology
Amara Solari teaches courses in Latin American art from the pre-Columbian through the colonial period. Her research focuses on processes of cultural, visual, and theological interchange between indigenous groups and Spanish settlers of New Spain. She recently received a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities in support of her research project, “Maya Christian Murals of Yucatán: Indigenous Catholicism in Early Modern New Spain,” which focuses on fragile religious murals painted by Christianized Maya artists in Yucatán, Mexico, between 1550 and 1750.
Meeting the Moment with Michael Mwenso and Sita FrederickVirtual
2021 Architecture & Landscape Architecture Summer CampZoom
Architecture and Landscape Architecture Summer CampZoom
News from A&A
Art teachers invited to virtual Summer Institute on Contemporary Art
The College of Arts and Architecture will host the 2021 Summer Institute on Contemporary Art (SICA), a professional development opportunity for preK–12 teachers, virtually June 21–25. This year, SICA is