Should you have any questions regarding the Studio program at the University of Toronto Scarborough, please send us an email.
Patrick Cruz | Assistant Professor
Marla Hlady | Associate Professor
Alexander Irving | Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
Will Kwan | Associate Professor, Program Director, and Associate Chair
Ann MacDonald | Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
Sanaz Mazinani | Assistant Professor
Emmanuel Osahor | Assistant Professor
Hiba Abdallah | Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream
Arnold Koroshegyi | Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream
Midi Onodera | Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream
Yael Brotman | Lecturer
Don Holman | Senior Lecturer
Janis Hoogstraten | Senior Lecturer
David Hlynsky | Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
Tanya Mars | Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
All students should take VPSA62H3 Foundation Studies in Studio, and VPSA63H3 But Why Is It Art? In Year 1. You can pick additional courses such as VPSB56H3 Digital Studio I, and other VPSB-level courses if you intend to pursue either a Major or a Specialist program in Studio Art. VPSA62H3 introduces students to the importance of content and context in the making of contemporary art, and VPSA63H3 examines the key themes, concepts, and questions that affect the practice of contemporary art.
Please ensure that you enroll in courses you meet the prerequisites for.
No, a portfolio is not required for entry into either of the Specialist, Major or Minor program in Studio Art. Note that both Specialist and Major programs are limited in enrollment, and Minor program is unlimited.
For the Major Program, students must complete 8.0 full credits and for the Minor Program, students must complete 4.0 full credits. For details, please see the Registrar’s Calendar.
The one program combination that requires careful planning is Major program in Studio Art, and a Major program in New Media Studies. New Media Studies requires that students spend one academic year at Centennial College during which you will not be able to enroll in any Studio Art courses (or any courses at UTSC).
It is also important to note that Studio Art curriculum is structured in such a way that you need 4 years to complete your program requirements. While you can enroll in a program in Studio Art in your later years, note that this may delay your graduation as we cannot waive the prerequisites to help you progress quickly.
Studio Art courses are small in enrollment and cannot accommodate students who take these courses as their electives as priority is given to students currently enrolled in any of the Studio Art programs.
Should you have any questions regarding the Studio Art program at the University of Toronto Scarborough, please send us an email.
High school students: To find this program on the OUAC website, search under University of Toronto Scarborough (found under the University of Toronto entry) under the category "Visual and Performing Arts, Arts Management & Media" (program code TUC); you will then be able to choose this program under the 'Subject of Major Interest' drop-down menu.
UTSC students: Declare your program on ACORN (see here for details)