Hear from Art Students

Truman art majors talk about their experience at Truman…

Anna Grace

“The magic of being an art major begins with studio classes. A studio class takes place in — you guessed it — a studio, and is a couple hours of making art with classmates. I have had many fond memories of chatting in class with my friends or people who became my friends afterward while making prints, embroidering fibers projects or choosing and re-choosing colors for a poster. The collaborative nature of these classes teaches students about giving and receiving feedback from their peers.”

—Anna Grace
Art Major (Design)


Emily Pulley

“I always wanted to study abroad. I think it helps you get a good idea of differences between your own culture and other ones and it also helps you grow as a person. You learn more about yourself.”

—Emily Pulley
Art Major (Design)
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Elizabeth Williamson

“I like how my visual communications classes focus on a variety of projects, all of which have real-world applications to the job I will soon have.”

—Elizabeth Williamson
Art Major (Design)


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Professor Bigger's Art Show at Culver Stockton College

Art Professor Laura Bigger has an upcoming solo exhibition entitled Laws of Nature at the Mabee Gallery, Culver Stockton College, Canton, MO. The exhibition features a large body of new monotypes and other prints in her Black Hole series as well as a range of other prints, drawings, and installation-based pieces. The exhibition runs September 5th – October 4th with an opening reception on September 5th at 6:30 pm.   -Read more