Craft. Create. Inspire.
Master your craft and reflect God’s love for creation as you study the arts at NGU.
Focus On Your Future, Pursue Your Passion
You view photography as more than a simple skill or hobby. So do we. That’s why we’ve designed your studies to explore all aspects of photography. Master technical skills like lighting, staging, and editing. Engage conceptual skills like aesthetics, storytelling, and communication. Learn how to turn basic ideas into powerful images.
In-studio or on location. Freelance or commissioned. Photographer, editor, producer, or director. Your future is your own, with a (B.A.) degree in art-photography, from NGU.
Experience Learning as You Explore Your Craft
Your Creation on Display
NGU’s College of Communication and Fine Arts hosts several exhibits each year. Enjoy the work of your peers and professors while showcasing your own creations for all to see.
Publish Your Passions
Gain exposure and refine your talents through NGU’s literary and arts publication, “The Mountain Laurel.” Published work in an annual magazine + helpful feedback from professional artists. All to help you grow as an artist.
Our Studio, Your Space
You’re free to create with access to NGU’s state-of-the-art private studios. Ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpting … you’ve got it! Because being a studio artist requires a studio, after all.
A Professional (and Personal) Portfolio
Our experienced professors help you create a portfolio to showcase your knowledge and ability. Highlight your talent and impress future employers – now that’s mastering your craft!
Your Passion, Your Path – Study the Arts as You Design
Elevate Your Perspective
You’ll also take Chapel every semester, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. You earn credit through attendance, and each course counts as half a credit. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.
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