The Richmond Center for Visual Arts is ready to welcome visitors back in person on Tuesday, Jan. 19, featuring the work of assistant professor Patrick D. Wilson. A number of enhanced safety measures are in place.
Gwen Frostic School of Art
At the Gwen Frostic School of Art you will experience professional-level facilities that offer inventive spaces for the study, creation and exhibition of art. Students choose the Frostic School of Art because it has the qualities of a private art school in a major research university environment. Student's education is supported with a multitude of opportunities from other disciplines, including collaboration with the the other units that together form the College of Fine Arts: the Department of Dance, School of Music and the Department of Theatre. The school encourages students to pursue their curiosity, become critical thinkers and develop creative problem solving skills.
Rather than let rejection letter define her, Rozlin Opolka charted a new course for herself in WMU's visual arts program.
The mobility solutions of tomorrow are being dreamed up today at Western Michigan University. Through a partnership with Eaton Corp., the first cohort of product design students—now in their third year in the Richmond Institute for Design and Innovation—is envisioning what the world might look like in 50 years.