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For more information about the Visual Arts Program, please contact the Chair of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts:

Dr. Leslie M. Sabina
(716) 375-2320
Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, Room 205

Visual Arts

Rochester artist Greg Polisseni, a 1994 St. Bonaventure graduate, demonstrates his painting style at the university's Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts.

The Visual Arts curriculum is attractive to students for a wide range of reasons. Of course there are the students who intend to major in the visual arts—some of these students plan a career as an artist, while others want to be able to make the arts part of their daily existence through careers in the art industry—managing galleries, working in the communications, advertising, or public relations industries, or working as a conservator or preparatory in a museum. For many students, choosing to major or minor in visual art, or simply taking courses, is their means of doing something they enjoy, improving their skills, and learning more about themselves and their world.

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