WTC Art Department provides online, lecture, and studio arts courses that focus upon visual art foundations and beginning studio art practices. We offer two large
studios, one for 2-dimensional arts and one for ceramics. In addition, we have a kiln & sculpture yard that includes both gas and raku kilns. Our studios are equipped to handle printmaking, painting, drawing, life drawing, digital photography, ceramics hand-building, wheel-throwing, sculpture, and glass fusion. Our facilities are comparable to the larger universities without the enormous price tag. This allows you to create a strong portfolio to move on to a 4-year art program including communication design.
Student work is displayed in the Fine Arts Gallery, College on the Square, the City of Snyder Animal Shelter, and the Scurry County Museum. Keep up with exhibitions and showings by viewing our WTC Visual & Performing Arts Blog.
Art Majors at WTC benefit in cost-savings, and also in many Activities which include the ability to visit Dallas/Ft.Worth, Santa Fe, Houston, or Austin as student artists, ready to tour artist studios, galleries, and museums.