Our nationally exhibiting and publishing art faculty is dedicated to guiding you on your way to professional art graduate programs and other professional opportunities.
Our class sizes allow for personalized attention from our friendly and accessible faculty. Students are encouraged to participate in exciting study-abroad courses and an active visiting artist program. Our students benefit from:
Small class sizes
Visiting artist programs
Student exhibition opportunities
GRU's art programs are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).
When do classes start?
Wondering when you can register for classes? Worried about missing the payment deadline? When is Spring Break?
Consider taking part in an art-led Study Away or Study Abroad trip this academic year! Please check our Study Abroad page on the Art Department website for information!
Join the art department at the artist talks and gallery receptions this year! See the full 2014-15 Mary S. Byrd Gallery of Art calendar below:
Our Mission to You
The Department of Art at Georgia Regents University offers its students a strong professional foundation in the visual arts and art history set within a public liberal arts university.
The Department is committed to providing an excellent learning environment for students, furthering the advancement of knowledge within the visual arts and art history, and enhancing the understanding and appreciation of art within our community. Through small, intensive classes taught by faculty who exhibit and publish their work regionally and nationally, students earn degrees that prepare them for graduate study and other professional career opportunities. In order to provide quality instruction, the Department is committed to obtaining and maintaining appropriate facilities and equipment, supporting our faculty in their creative research endeavors, and maintaining and developing our exhibition program in the Mary S. Byrd Gallery of Art. We enrich the visual arts in our community through our exhibition program, by teaching in GRU's Humanities Program, and by collaborating with local art institutions and groups.