Why Study Art at Concordia?Work with Master Artists and Scholars
When you collaborate with our skilled and accomplished art faculty, you’ll experience a kind of instruction you won’t find anywhere else.
Every one of our faculty members is a working artist whose material has been showcased at some of the most distinguished galleries and exhibitions in this country and abroad. Every one of our faculty understands the importance of creating art, exploring new ideas and growing in their craftsmanship. Our faculty not only teach, they do.
Study with our art historians, Peter Schultz, Heather Hardester, and Susan Lee, whose expertise includes the art of ancient Greece, the Italian Renaissance, the Edo period in Japan, and more.
Learn bronze casting with our master sculptor, Duane Mickelson, or explore Japanese ceramics with our ceramist, Ross Hilgers.
You can work alongside our internationally known painter, David Boggs, our accomplished printmaker, Heidi Goldberg or our famous mixed-media artist, Mike Marth.
No matter what your medium or media, our faculty is here to help you, inspire you, and push you to your creative limits.
Make It Happen
At Concordia, art is active.
Art majors display their work at the Student Juried Art Exhibition and the Senior Exhibition each year in the Cyrus M. Running Gallery. Many other exhibition opportunities are available in Fargo-Moorhead, which has a vibrant, ever-expanding art climate.
With small class sizes and state-of-the art technology and resources, you’ll receive a hands-on education and the guidance you need to excel as an artist.