The Visual Arts program at Weatherford College offers the prerequisite courses for a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Courses include Art History, Art Appreciation, Drawing 1 and 2; both two-dimensional and three-dimensional Design; and Painting 1 and 2. Students have an opportunity to test their skills, learn new media, and participate in a relaxed learning environment.
The Weatherford College Fine Arts Department prides itself in the fact that students from all age groups, geographic backgrounds, and levels of learning, are involved in the program. Some are attending in-route to a 4-year degree program and others are attending for personal enrichment,
but each student finds a place in our program.
Semi Annual Student Art Exhibition
Students in the program exhibit class work each semester in the Semi-Annual Student Art Exhibition held in Texas Hall of the Majorie Alkek Fine Arts building. The public is invited, and students have the opportunity to sell their work at the event.
Weatherford College Art Club
The Weatherford College Art Club is an organization for students on campus who have an interest in visual arts. The club plans visits to exhibitions and offers a venue for an exchange of artistic ideas. For more information, contact Myrlan Coleman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Private scholarships are offered through the Weatherford College Foundation and awarded by the Scholarship Committee. Applications are available through the Financial Aid Office.
Douglas Chandor Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1980 by H. W. Kuteman, III in memory of his uncle, noted artist Douglas Chandor, to assist a deserving student majoring in art.
Eurith Holt Hartnett Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1981 by Carlos Hartnett in memory of his wife, Eurith Holt Hartnett, to assist a deserving student majoring in art.
Mary Crownover Martin Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established in 1983 by Jack Martin, in memory of his wife Mary Crownover Martin, to assist a deserving student majoring in art.