Lakeland's Fine Arts takes students from the fundamental concepts and practices to advanced application, creativity and problem-solving. Whether you want to learn about art theory and its application in history, put your artistic abilities to the test in a studio course, or take a class for self-fulfillment and enjoyment, we have courses to meet your needs. Fine arts courses include art appreciation and survey of art, drawing, painting, ceramics, jewelry/metals, and sculpture.
We love our students and their creativity. Below are some examples of their fine art creations.
Successful completion of an Associate of Arts degree in art history or fine arts may lead to employment in a variety of different occupations. Below are examples, some of which may include additional degree work at a transfer institution. Northeast Ohio median salaries in 2020 for craft artists was $36,410 and for fine artists, including painters, sculptors and illustrators, was $54,340. Visit O*Net OnLine for additional wage and employment trends as well as required knowledge, skills and abilities. Additional art-related careers:
Fine arts classes are held in spacious and well-equipped studios, with the latest tools and equipment; designed for students pursuing careers in studio art and art education; and taught by faculty who bring a broad array of experiences to the classroom, including work as exhibiting artists.
Students interested in the fine arts, transfer, or liberal arts are encouraged to get involved:
The following pictures of artwork is a sample of the student work that was on display for the Visual Arts Student Exhibition, held every April, in the Gallery at Lakeland.
I graduated with my associate degree from Lakeland while at the same time graduating as Valedictorian from high school. I plan to attend the Holden University Center to complete my bachelor's degree in criminal justice. Layce Artman College Credit Plus
One thing I really love about Lakeland and being in the honors program is that the teachers have small classes and they are very devoted to their students. My friends at four-year institutions are taking the same intro classes that I am, but in large lecture halls with a lot more students. Michelle Timms Associate of Arts