About Our Program
The Napa Valley College Art program offers a comprehensive range of courses for both transfer/degree and lifelong learning students. Our studio art, art history and digital art courses help students develop practical and conceptual skills while honing their ability to think critically, creatively, and independently.
Students can pursue an AA degree or certificate in art or prepare for transfer to a college, university or art school.
Once dormitories for the Napa State Hospital farm, the Art Center houses Studio Art, Photography and Art History. The Ceramics building is fully equipped with gas, electric, wood, salt, and Raku kilns. Digital Art classes are taught in the Mac Lab near the Art Center.
For more information contact Art department coordinator Rhue Bruggeman; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amanda Badgett art history
Rhue Bruggeman, Art Department Coordinator ceramics
John Dotta photography
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Fain Hancock drawing, painting, design
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