Programs of Study
Graphic designers use art and technology to communicate ideas. They work with a variety of tools in order to convey a message from a client to their audience.
Interactive Web Design
Design for interactive media such as websites and hand-held devices takes on many different forms and can range from information architecuture, graphics, art, interactivity, and user interface design.
Graphic Design Faculty: Learn more about our design faculty, the courses they teach, their interests and research, and professional work as designers.
Current Work and Retrospective
October 24 – December 2, 2016
Thursday, October 27, 2016, Russell Day Gallery, 12:30-2:30PM
Current drawings and a retrospective of the work of John Simpson, a former art instructor at Everett Community College and well-know regional artist whose work spands a variety of media, from oil to spray on plexiglass, colored ink pens, and set design work for major theaters in the northwest.
Other Visual and Performing Arts Programs
Studio Arts The Art Program provides three degree options, each requiring strong foundation courses and skill development in a broad range of media. Major areas of study include Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, and Sculpture.
Photography The photography program integrates the study of design, critical thinking, creativity, and technology into an exploration of the medium that is both personal and global in breadth.
Acting and Theatre Educational theatre is a powerful tool for theatre artists at all levels. Theatre promotes collaboration, cognitive thinking, problem-solving, and gives students a chance to explore their creativity and develop their talents on stage.