Art

The Art Department offers theoretical and practical courses in the traditional disciplines of art and art history as well as digital and photographic arts. Students may take courses to prepare for a major in art or art history, to meet general education requirements or for personal growth.
 
Career directions include working artist, teacher, graphic designer, photographer, sculptor, curator in a museum or gallery, conservator, appraiser, or work in various related fields such as marketing and advertising.

Contact Information

Department Chair:Yoshi Hayashi
Office: Oceanside, Room 2111
P 760.757.2121 x6444

Dean: Jonathan Fohrman
Office: Oceanside, Building 4700
P 760.795.6818

Department: Art

Administrative Secretary: Toni Sharp
P 760.795.6844

Instructional Secretary: Leslie Kamps
P 760.795.6816

Full-Time Faculty

Instructional Associate

Instructional Assistant

Kruglak Gallery Director

Associate Faculty

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