Visual Arts and Media Minor
Your eyes perceive things in daily life that inspire you to create, and when you see a beautiful image, you want to pick up a pen, paint brush or camera to capture it. Continue to explore your passions and further develop your skills while studying art history and film in the Visual Arts and Media Minor.
Learn to express yourself more effectively on Tyndale’s campus, where the beautiful landscaping and green space provide a backdrop that will stimulate your creativity. You will be inspired by the architecture of the campus Chapel, with its French stained-glass windows and a multi-story Italian mosaic. Be challenged by expert faculty to grow in your artistic expression, and refine your studio skills with drawing, painting and photography. Immerse yourself in the vibrant arts-and-culture scene in Toronto through practical learning opportunities, such as visiting art galleries with your professors and classmates.
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Here are some interesting courses you may take in the Visual Arts and Media Minor program:
- Art History
- Cinema and Christianity
- Studio Practicum