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    Kirsten Sanford Art and Design Student
    Posted February 27, 2013

    I chose to study studio art and design at Rosemont because of the great K-12 certification for art education.Rosemont also has one of the greatest art galleries in the area, which I am fully involved with as a gallery assistant. The art professors are very involved with their art students. I could not imagine myself anywhere else other than Rosemont. I love all of my opportunities to be creative here.

Top 5 Reasons

to obtain a studio art & design degree

  • 1

    Well-equipped Studios

    On campus studios for drawing, painting, wood work, metal and print making.

  • 2

    On Campus Art Gallery

    Lawrence Gallery hosts regionally and nationally recognized artists

  • 3

    Student Exhibits

    Present your senior project in a two-person exhibition in Lawrence Gallery.

  • 4

    State-of-the-Art Mac Lab

    Equipped with the latest industry software including Adobe Creative Suite

  • 5

    Create a Portfolio

    Graduate with a portfolio to gain entry into the professional world of art or design

Types of Careers

a studio art & design degree offers

  • 1

    Graphic Designer

  • 2

    Web Designer

  • 3

    Interior Designer

  • 4

    Art Therapist/Teacher

  • 5

    Gallery Director

Past Internships

that relate to studio art & design

  • 1

    Berks Digital (graphic design)

  • 2

    Bryn Mawr Hospital (art therapy)

  • 3

    Kershner Office Furniture (interior design)

  • 4

    School District of Philadelphia (art education)

  • 5

    WHYY TV (gallery assistant)