Art Department: Foundation Year Resources

Photo of Jeremy Cantor

Jeremy Cantor

BFA Illustration, Marywood University 1987
Full-time computer animation & story instructor at Ringling College of Art & Design

"After graduating with a degree in illustration, I worked as a tee-shirt artist, a graphic designer for a sign company, a freelance illustrator, a storyboarder, and a video game artist/generalist, before ultimately “settling” into the role of computer animator (and “rigger”) in the film industry."

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Welcome!

Your first year as an art student at Marywood University is an important step in your development as an artist. To help make your foundation year a success, we offer a number of resources to guide you.

Throughout your foundation year, you'll have the opportunity to engage in several art related activities including attending exhibits and visiting artist talks, taking field trips, and participating in the foundation portfolio review. To learn more about art related campus activities, be sure to follow the Art Department on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and subscribe to our blog, Where Creativity Works for important details and information about upcoming events.

Got questions?

Sue Jenkins
Foundation Year Coordinator
Associate Professor of Art
Shields Center for Visual Arts 131
suejenkins@marywood.edu | ext 2178