The Art Department at Neosho County Community College offers two major areas of study in the visual arts: Fine Arts and Computer Graphics.
The Fine Arts area serves those who plan to major in art, design, architecture or related fields via an introduction to creative art including actual work in drawing, painting, sculpture, photography and special projects.
Drawing Painting Special Projects
Sculpture Creative Art
Design required 1st semester enrollment
Basic Printmaking also sun exposure processes
Introduction to Graphic Design
Creative Art, Special Project glass art
Introduction to Visual Art
See Art 100 Design class using an iPad to complete their triad color study assignment here.
Check out the Art Club's Flash Mob video here!
The Computer Graphics area serves as an introduction to computer assisted graphic design and desktop publishing via the medium of the computer. Both areas offer students ample opportunities for creative development and career orientation.
Well qualified and experienced art instructors are committed to teaching and student learning of art technique and philosophy. The instructors are professional artists with high levels of education in the study of art.
The Art Club provides educational opportunities in the visual arts for club members and the college community. Club activities promote the practical and cultural value of art, the development of personal creativity and art career awareness.
art museum tours
Art Scholarships are available!
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The mission of the Neosho County Community College Art Department is to provide comprehensive learning opportunities in the visual arts for a wide and diverse population. Departmental curriculum and program goals are assessed continuously in order to make the appropriate changes to instruction and instructional resources that further student understanding of the practical and cultural values in the appreciation of art, the development of personal artistic creativity via applied learning experiences and career orientation for degree seeking and transfer students alike.