Graduate

Art & Ecology courses encourage students to investigate, question, and expand upon inter-relationships between cultural and natural systems. Our courses place emphasis on methods and tools from many disciplines—including the fine and performing arts, design, humanities, sciences, and activism—to foster individual, collaborative and field-based art research and making. We are here to help you navigate the exciting challenges of working across many different fields and methods.

Because of the unique nature of our program, we are distinctive within the department, the university, and the broader context of art practice and education—nationally and internationally.

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