How do you see the world? Show us.
If you enjoy visual expression and the challenges and rewards of the creative process, a major in art could be the right path to a rewarding career. As an art major, you will learn to visually communicate ideas, thoughts, and feelings using many different media such as paints, chalks, clay, photographs, and computer images. You will study the creative process and train your eye to better notice and appreciate the beauty that surrounds you. The result is an education that helps you develop an appreciation, awareness, and understanding of the forms of visual expression. Developing your God-given artistic talents will compliment careers such as communication and languages, advertising, and business. Beyond that, an education in art will help expand your understanding of the world around you.
Consistent with your desires for expression and growth through the art process, the Walla Walla University Art Department provides quality instruction and practice. Classes emphasize both classical and non-traditional approaches at once. In this program you become aware of both the past wealth of tradition and the expanding doors of the future and are suited upon graduation to serve in a variety of ways in the art world.
Writing / Analytical
Fashion / Textiles
Arranging / Display
3D Production Design
Organization / People Management
Digital / Multi-Media
...or any other career!
Art can be great preparation for any other career that requires fine motor skills, presentation skills, an eye for aesthetics and a mind for creative thinking.
Where can your creativity take you?
Marty Straub '99
Straub is founder and creative director of a young design company, Straub Design Group, which offers services ranging from identity consultation to exhibit design. The former WWC art major has created a markedly progressive company whose stated aim is to help clients refine and creatively implement their marketing and communication goals.
Straub has recently done considerable contract work for various areas of the Alberta government and has designed for clients such as the world famous Royal Tyrell Museum of Paleontology, Lacombe Interpretive Centre, and Max Pro Inc as well as Canadian University College.
These pictures are some of Straub's most recent exhibit models.