Mission Statement

The Art Program seeks to provide undergraduate and graduate students with opportunities for intellectual, creative, personal, and technical development through quality teaching, scholarly inquiry, creative endeavor, and service for the public good. As such, the programs’s mission is clearly part of and supports the overall institutional missions of the College of Art, Culture, and Scientific Inquiry; the University of West Georgia; and the University System of Georgia.

The University of West Georgia Art Program is a member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).

Contact Information

Contact Information
Name & TitlePhone NumberEmailOffice
Kevin Shunn, Department Chair678-839-6521

kshunn@westga.edu

Humanities 321
Clint Samples, Assistant Chair678-839-4949

csamples@westga.edu

Humanities 326
Jeff Hammack, Department Associate678-839-6521

jhammack@westga.edu

Humanities 322
Caitlyn Weathers, Office Assistant678-839-6521

cweather@westga.edu

Humanities 322

Facilities & Location

The Art Program is housed in two locations: The Humanities Building and the new Visual Arts Building (VAB).

  • Humanities: Main Art Office, Art Education, Art History, Bobick Gallery, Graphic Design, Painting and Photography
  • Visual Arts Building: Ceramics, Printmaking and Sculpture

Art Parking Map (pdf)