MINOR IN FIBER ARTS
The textile industry relies on artists and designers with creative vision and ability in the areas of weaving, textile and surface design, fashion and costume design. Fiber students at Georgia College study through a range of experiences designed to develop their creative and practical skills and prepare them for professional careers in the arts. Graduates of the program go on to become artists and designers/makers of fiber art, textiles, fashion or costumes or to pursue a range of other fiber-related careers.
Fifteen hours with grades of C or better, distributed as follows: minimum of 9 hours must be upper division
Fiber Arts I (3 hours)
Fiber Arts II (3 hours)
Fiber Arts III (3 hours)
Fiber Arts IV (3 hours)
Fiber Arts V (3 hours)
One course in Art History selected from ARTS 3000 through 4950. (3 hours).
All Studio Minors are required to complete ARTS 1000 or ARTS 1200 before enrolling in Minor classes.
Art majors may not count courses required in Area F toward a minor offered in the Department of Art. The Art major must take additional 3000-4000 level courses to complete the minor program. The academic advisor and department chair must approve these courses.
Art History courses taken in fulfillment of the minor may not be applied towards any of the major requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art, Fine Art, Museum Studies, or Art History.