- A student will develop a studio practice characterized by invention and exploration
- A student will develop a studio practice characterized by visual sensitivity to form
- A student's studio practice will be characterized by the development of craft
- A student's studio production will generate a sufficient amount of work to successfully explore their area(s) of inquiry
- A student’s written and oral communication will demonstrate organized inquiry into the discipline's history and theory
- A student will articulate what is at stake in a Reformed perspective of cultural engagement and where their personal worldview aligns or diverges with this perspective
Throughout the year assessment data is gathered through student and alumni surveys, evaluations of senior shows, internship evaluations, and the Illinois content certification exam. For additional information please contact department chairperson John Bakker at John.Bakker@trnty.edu.