On Friday, April 8 the MacNider Art Museum is hosting a talk highlighting the Integrated Studio Arts Program (ISAP) at Iowa State University. This talk, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 4 pm in the Museum’s Salsbury Room.
Michael Stanley, Integrated Studio Arts Program Lecturer, will discuss what Iowa State University has to offer prospective art students. He will cover the Bachelor of Fine Arts in ISAP degree. This four-year degree program consists of one year in the College of Design’s pre-professional Core Design Program, followed by three years in the professional Bachelor of Fine Arts in ISAP. The BFA program focuses on in-depth studio work with an emphasis on crossing conceptual and media boundaries. It is designed for students intending to become professional artists and those planning to continue their studies in a graduate program in studio art.
Stanley will also be discussing his own sculptural work, three of which are currently on display at the MacNider Art Museum, and answering questions from the audience. This is an excellent opportunity for prospective students to learn about what the Integrated Studio Arts Program at Iowa State University has to offer.
The talk is being held in conjunction with the exhibition Integrated Studio Arts Faculty: Iowa State University, highlighting the artistic talents of Iowa State University’s ISAP Faculty. This exhibition will be on display through Saturday, April 9 at 5 pm. For more information about the ISAP at Iowa State University please visit http://www.design.iastate.edu/integratedstudioarts |