• The Visual Arts Program provides a rich curriculum in studio art, digital design, art history, museum studies, and public art project production. Fundamental design and art history will begin the progressive course of study. During the intermediate phase, printmaking, painting, sculpture, drawing, ceramics, fiber arts, digital studio, and photography will be the focus. In the advanced stage, students will engage in externships in museums, glass blowing at the Indianapolis Art Center, and arts management in Broad Ripple’s own galleries. Visual Arts majors will be prepared to major in Fine Arts or for a career as an artist, arts administrator, or designer.