Foundational Studies

The Foundations Studies program provides students with studio skills that build visual, conceptual and creative abilities that are essential in their development as fine artists. In these required courses students will work closely with faculty on essential skills such as drawing, two-dimensional design, three-dimensional design and color theory. Projects are designed to encourage exploration, questioning and risk taking. Group critiques are held at the conclusion of each project to provide students the opportunity to discuss intentions and process while receiving critical feedback.

Undergraduate Offerings

  • Arts 1311 – Design l
  • Arts 1312 –  Design ll
  • Arts 1316 – Drawing l
  • Arts 1317 –  Drawing ll
  • Arts 2311 – Design lll: Color Theory
FACILITIES

Student Work

TAMUCC Foundations
TAMUCC Foundations

Faculty & Staff

Aubrey "Self Portrait"
Aubrey "Self Portrait"

Meg Aubrey, M.F.A.
Assistant Professor

Office: CA 209
Phone: 361-825-2365
margaret.aubrey@tamucc.edu

Faculty Bio

Hill "Gold Macaroni"
Hill "Gold Macaroni"

David Hill
Professional Assistant Professor

Office: CA 206A
Phone: 361-825-3473
David.Hill@tamucc.edu

Faculty Bio