The Plano Campus (Spring Creek) is closed through Sunday, March 14th due to weather
damage. All classes at the Plano Campus (Spring Creek) will be online until further
notice and students should contact their professors with any questions.
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Collin College’s Art program fosters a creative environment where you can learn the
skills to become a successful artist. The Art program offers foundation-level courses
in drawing, design, art appreciation and art history, as well as courses focused on
traditional studio disciplines such as drawing, painting, watercolor, ceramics, sculpture,
printmaking and metals.
Our spacious labs will provide you with access to professional-quality equipment, including printing presses, ceramic kilns, electric pottery wheels and a metal-casting foundry. Our gallery space, The Art Gallery, exposes students to the work of current professional artists and showcases student work in both open and juried student shows.
Our instructors are nationally-recognized, practicing artists who are dedicated to helping you explore, research and practice the visual arts
|ARTS||1303||Art History I (Prehistoric to the 14th Century)|
|ARTS||1304||Art History II (14th Century to the present)|
|ARTS||1311||Design I (2-dimensional)|
|ARTS||1312||Design II (3-dimensional)|
Also see Photography area of study
*In July 2020, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) voted to further review the new Field of Study curricula that were scheduled to go into effect in Fall 2020. Collin College has five FOS Certificates that were affected by this action. The THECB action may limit the applicability toward the corresponding majors at state-supported colleges or universities. Students enrolled in one of these Field of Study certificates are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor and/or contact their transfer institution to make sure courses in the certificate will be degree applicable to their bachelor degree at the transfer university.