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The art department offers a range of introductory and advanced courses that fulfill the humanities distribution requirements for the associate in arts (AA) and associate of technical arts (ATA) degrees. We offer studio courses in drawing, painting, design, sculpture, and pottery. In addition, we provide lecture-based classes in art appreciation and the art history. See examples of student work on the art gallery page.



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Associate in ArtsExpand ContentCollapse Content
Degree Credits Time to Complete Average Cost*
 AA - Associate in Arts 90 18 months $8,461

*Average costs include tuition based on WA state resident full-time enrollment. It does not include fees. The costs may vary.

  • T. Ambrey, Master Paining: Bansky

    T. Ambrey, Master Paining: Bansky

  • R. An, Global Issues Painting

    R. An, Global Issues Painting

  • G. Davis, Three Perspectives Drawing

    G. Davis, Three Perspectives Drawing

  • G. Davis, Cause and Effect Drawing

    G. Davis, Cause and Effect Drawing

  • G. Davis, Narrative Drawing

    G. Davis, Narrative Drawing

  • S. Deigert, Master Drawing: Robert Longo

    S. Deigert, Master Drawing: Robert Longo

  • R. Schrader, Color Self Portrait

    R. Schrader, Color Self Portrait

  • J. Valdez, Black & White Composition

    J. Valdez, Black & White Composition

  • W. Wade, Deconstructed Drawing

    W. Wade, Deconstructed Drawing

  • W. Wade, Drawing Installation

    W. Wade, Drawing Installation

  • W. Wade, Three Styles Figure

    W. Wade, Three Styles Figure

  • J. Zappone, Still Life

    J. Zappone, Still Life

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Faculty Advisor Contact

Audineh Asaf
425.640.1912 | audineh.asaf@edmonds.edu | Meadowdale Hall  231

Monica James
425.640.1671 | monica.james@edmonds.edu | Meadowdale Hall  232

Department Contact


425.640.1749 | Visual Arts Assistant | Meadowdale Hall  121