Make Art,Make Meaning
Get ready to immerse yourself in your art.
Explore, discover, experiment, and develop here at Loyola. You’ll learn professional skills for life as a working artist while building a portfolio of original work to help launch your career after graduation.
Undergraduate Degree Programs
Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art
Whatever area of art truly inspires you, you’ll find the flexibility you want to study it here. Merging a broad liberal arts curriculum with practical, hands-on studio courses gives you a great starting point for a career with museums, art galleries, and more.
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art
Here’s where you need to be if you plan to create for a living or help others learn to create. It’s an intense program designed to help you develop not only technical expertise, but also a solid commitment to artistic quality and enhanced creative judgment.
The Department of Art offers two minor degrees -- Studio Art and Art History.
See what our faculty and students are accomplishing
Art in America Features Art Alum
Loyola Art alumna Carlie Trosclair, BFA '08, is one of several St. Louis-based artists featured in an article in the latest issue of Art in America, a widely-read international contemporary art magazine.
Sculpture Instructor Gets Prestigious Artist Residency
Adjunct sculpture professor Natalie McLaurin is among a select group of 20 artists from around the country chosen by the New York-based Joan Mitchell Foundation for its 2018 Artist-in-Residence program.
Photo Alum Documents Mayoral Campaign
Loyola Art alumnus Matthew Dietrich, BFA '16, parlayed a low-level summer volunteer position into a job as lead photographer and Instagram account manager for New Orleans City Council member LaToya Cantrell's historic mayoral campaign.