Art

  • Visual Arts Program

  • By focusing on fundamentals, the Associate in Fine Arts in Art program provides students with the opportunity to work toward a bachelor’s degree in art or begin a career. The program allows students to: 

    • Experiment with their own ideas
    • Focus on their individuality
    • Develop skills in art fundamentals
    • Transfer credits to a four-year college
    • Build a portfolio of their best work

    Fine Arts courses are open to all students, from art majors with intentions to work toward a bachelor's degree to community members who wish to develop drawing skills for their own pleasure. 

    For more information, download the Art Program Brochure (PDF). For degree requirements, download the Associate in Fine Arts in Art Degree Worksheet (PDF).

    For more information, contact the Office of Admissions and Records, (708) 656-8000 Ext. 2246 or the Program Coordinator, (708) 656-8000 Ext. 1461.


  • Camino de Arte

     

    Palacios 200w       Matta 320w       Soto 200w


    Camino de Arte, a hallway on the third floor of Building B houses part of the Morton College Art Collection. 

    The central exhibit is a reproduction of two segments of Diego Rivera’s Detroit Industry Murals that depict the working conditions at the Ford auto plant in Dearborn, Michigan through Rivera’s eyes.  

    The Latin American print collection includes original prints and drawings by José Luis Cuevas, Javier Arévalo, Jesus Raphael Soto, Irma Palacios, Roberto Fabelo, José Francisco Borges and Roberto Matta. 

    A photographic essay and life-size wall graphics of the doors of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico by Chicago artist David Bower gives Camino de Arte a sense of place. 

    A series of photo emulsion tiles that include the works of Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, David Alfaro Siqueiros and José Clemente Orozco are set in the wall in the sitting area.

    For more information, download an informational brochure (PDF).