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Bachelor of Fine Arts major in Studio Arts

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St. Scholastica’s College Manila offers Bachelor of Fine Arts programs that lay the foundation for knowledge and competencies in the effective and affective visuals-based translation of concepts. Learners can choose between two disciplines to specialize in, whether Visual Communication or Studio Arts. Welcoming applicants of any gender, both programs mold students into critical and creative thinkers within the college’s philosophy and values framework.

The BFA Studio Arts program continues to produce well-rounded visual artists who contribute to the arts and culture scene. They are introduced to the different art forms such as painting, sculpture, installation art, and digital art, among others, including the management of each. Training in the use of traditional and non-traditional materials and methods is given, and innovativeness is instilled. The students’ preparation culminates in the creation of a body of work that is presented in an exhibition. Aside from becoming fine artists, graduates are envisioned to be animators, art directors, consultants, or critics, curators, graphic artists or designers, muralists, production scene artists, and the like.

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Program Highlights

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Curriculum Highlights

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Possible Career Opportunities

  • Graphic Designer: With the growth of digital marketing and design, there is a demand for graphic designers who can create visual content for various platforms, including websites, social media, and marketing materials.
  • Art Teacher or Instructor: Schools, community centers, and private art institutions often hire art teachers or instructors to impart their knowledge and skills to students of different age groups.
  • Freelance Visual Artist: Many artists in the Philippines work as freelancers, selling their artwork directly to clients, galleries, or participating in art fairs and exhibits.
  • Art Gallery Assistant: Art galleries, both commercial and non-profit, may offer positions as gallery assistants to help with exhibition preparation, client relations, and administrative tasks.
  • Art Studio Assistant: Artists and studios occasionally hire assistants to help with various tasks, such as preparing art materials, organizing the studio, and supporting the artist in their creative process.

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