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General Information

The Fine Arts program at Dine College offers a visual arts curriculum for students who expect to transfer to a four year program. The curriculum promotes personal development in the arts. It includes studio art courses in Ceramics, Drawing, Commercial Art, Graphics, Painting, Photography, and Sculpture, as well as in Art History and Art Education. Interested students should consult the catalogs of four year institutions that offer Bachelor of Fine Arts programs and speak with Fine Arts advisors.

The Liberal Arts Program offers students a more intensive investigation of ideas and practices in the arts, humanities, and social sciences than is required in the general education program, with an emphasis on critical inquiry and creative expression. It is designed to prepare students to transfer to four year programs of study in Liberal Arts or related degree programs in the arts, humanities and social sciences. The range of courses required in the Liberal Arts program is appropriate for all students seeking a Bachelor of Arts degree in these areas.

Meet The Instructors

Tsaile

Robert Barraclough, Faculty
Ed.D.,West Virginia University
928.724.6966    e-mail me

John Templin, Faculty
B.A., Texas A & M
928.724.6617    e-mail me

Don Whitesinger, Faculty
M.A.T., Rhode Island School of Design
928.724.6963    e-mail me

Karen Willeto, Faculty
M.F.A., Eastern Michigan University
928.724.6618    e-mail me

Dr. Paul Willeto, Faculty
Ed.D., University of New Mexico
505.368.3506

Division Chair & Contact

Faculty Chair

Sheila White, Faculty
M.A., Northern Arizona University
928.724.6619    e-mail me

Veronica Chee, Administrative Assistant
928.724.6614    e-mail me

Contact

Mail To:
Humanities, Fine Arts, Communications
1 Circle Dr.
Tsaile, AZ 86556

Call:
928.724.6614