Areas of Study
Our Art History classes cover a broad range of subjects from Western and Non-Western Art History. Courses introduce students to the formal, conceptual and technical language of art, while investigating art as an expression of societal beliefs and values. The Art History classrooms are H-111 and H-219.
Our sculpture program has on-site facilities for welding, stone-carving as well as bronze and aluminum casting. Sculpture students are instructed in the use of hand-held and stationary power tools used in wood and metal construction. The well-equipped sculpture facility is available for sculpture students to work outside of class under supervision of professional tutors. The Sculpture Classroom, H-102, and Lab, H-104 as well as the Sculpture Yard are all located on the First Floor of the newly renovated Humanities Building on SBCC's Main Campus.
The Printmaking Classroom and Lab room, is H-112, which is located on the First Floor of the newly renovated Humanities Building on the Main Campus. Our Printmaking area is equipped with state of the art equipment for intaglio, relief and silkscreen process including two Takach presses, a darkroom with silkscreen exposure unit and a wash-out booth. Classes include; Introduction to Printmaking - ART190 and Introduction to Silkscreen - ART 193. We also offer intermediate, advanced and theory classes for upper-level continuation of print study.
Studio Art Foundations (2-D)
Our design classes cover the theory and application of image-making, using the elements of art, with emphasis on the creative process. The Design Classroom is located on the Second Floor of the newly renovated Humanities Building in room H-221.
Our department offers painting classes that focus on a wide range of subject and media at beginning, intermediate and professional levels. The Painting Classroom is H-204, which is located on the Second Floor of the newly renovated Humanities Building on the Main Campus.
The Ceramics Classroom and Lab is H-107, which is located on the First Floor of the newly renovated Humanities Building on SBCC's Main Campus.
The Drawing Classroom, H-220 is located on the Second Floor of the newly renovated Humanities Building on the Main Campus.