The College of Fine and Applied Arts is dedicated to the work of supporting a more equitable, just and inclusive community. Embracing diversity and enhancing inclusiveness requires intentional and consistent effort to empower opportunity and success. The college is committed to: 

  • Providing appropriate access and support to all students

  • Offering a transdisciplinary learning environment and a multiplicity of perspectives

  • Investing in and supporting a diverse faculty and staff

  • Encouraging, accepting, and reflecting on the exchange of ideas necessary to navigate an interconnected and complex world

Latest News

Department of Sustainable Technology & the Built Environment Receives Zero Energy Design Designation

Department of Sustainable Technology & the Built Environment Receives Key Designation From the DOE Sep 28, 2022

The Department of Sustainable Technology & the Built Environment earned the first-ever Zero Energy Design Designation from the U.S.

Fine and Applied Arts, Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment, Sustainablity, Sustainability Spotlight
App State Stands in Support of the Arts

App State Stands in Support of the Arts Sep 23, 2022

Statement from Denise Ringler, Director of Arts Engagement and Cultural Resources, Dr. Shannon Campbell, Dean, College of Fine & Applied Art...

Theatre and Dance debuts fresh faces in First Year Showcase

In With the New in '22! Sep 20, 2022

The First Year Showcase at Appalachian State University: Debuting the Fresh Faces in Theatre and Dance

 

Fine and Applied Arts, Theatre and Dance
This creation from Catherine Altice is called On the Lookout, and is featured at the Smith Gallery in the Faculty Biennial Exhibition

Art Department Faculty Featured in New Exhibition Sep 19, 2022

The Department of Art is holding its Faculty Biennial Exhibition at the Smith Gallery and the Turchin... Art, Fine and Applied Arts

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