About the Art & Art History Program
The Berea College Art & Art History Program is located in the Rogers and Traylor buildings on the corner of US 25 North and Ellipse Street. The program offers students degree opportunities in the areas of studio art and art history. Studio and classroom space including drawing, painting, design, fibers, and printmaking are provided in Traylor and Rogers. Ceramics and sculpture studios are located in nearby campus buildings. Other features include an auditorium, permanent art collection and gallery exhibition spaces.
Students take advantage of the many special opportunities that Berea provides such as program trips, scholarships and internships. It is the goal of the Art & Art History Program to provide students with a fundamental knowledge of the art of the past and a working knowledge of the processes and possibilities of art in the present.