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    Yeshiva College offers courses in studio arts (drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture), art history, architectural history, and architectural theory and design.

    Courses in studio arts explore practical, structural, and creative ideas in visual media.

    Courses in art history and architectural history study the visual arts in their historical context. Students examine each work not only for its intrinsic aesthetic appeal, but also for a perspective into artistic schools and movements, artist careers, and larger social and cultural issues within intellectual history.

    If you have any questions about art at Yeshiva College, please contact Professor Noyes Bartholomew at bart@ymail.yu.edu or ext. 353.

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