The department offers a flexible program of study in interrelated studio and art history courses, with potential majors in two areas, art history and studio art. The department encourages students from other disciplines than art to select courses from both areas.
The department offers:
Sarah Jacobs '06 is a new Adjunct Assistant Professor of the Art Department faculty this year. She currently teaches Intro to Art, and Painting I and II. She's had several exhibitions from London to Maryland, including two solo exhibitions.
1. (Fair) Sept 11 - 13 2015, Mehta Bell Projects, Start Art Fair satellite exhibition at Lights of Soho, London, United Kingdom, Ignis Fatuus: Dreams and Delusions, Curated by Melissa Digby-Bell and Jag Mehta
2. (2-Person) Sunday, Sep. 20 – Friday, Oct. 23, 2015, Scott Center Gallery at CCCC, Westminster, Maryland, USA, Sarah Jacobs & Robyn Jacobs, Expand - Collapse, curated by Margaret Ball & Jessica Hardesty,
Reception: Sunday, Sep. 20, 2 – 4 p.m.
3. (Solo) January 2016, RandallScottProjects, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, curated by Randall Scott
Art and art history Newsletter - Fall 2014 & Spring 2015 (PDF)- the latest from students, faculty, and more.
When Emily Francisco ’14 stepped onto Gettysburg College’s campus, she was immediately overcome by the energy and sense of community she experienced. It was Get Acquainted Day in April 2010, and she got her “dot.”
Francisco, now a double major in Art History and English with a writing concentration, knew she wanted to be in a place where she wasn’t just a number, and she had a good sense of what courses she wanted to pursue once she arrived. “At the time, I was interested in finding a school with both strong English and Studio Art programs, so the fact that Gettysburg had strengths in both appealed to me,” Francisco said.