Career Opportunities


Where Do Visual & Performing Arts Majors Work?

 This data visualization was taken from a July 2014 U.S. Census Bureau report. View the entire interactive report. 

A Creative Life

Seton Hill art majors, in addition to becoming working artists and/or moving on to graduate school, are prepared to pursue positions as: 

  • art directors
  • art educators
  • graphic designers
  • web designers
  • creative directors
  • display artists
  • art historians
  • arts administrators
  • community artists
  • art therapists

Clothing Designer and Artist Brenda Roger, and International Fashion and Advertising Photographer Dominic Aleandri, Receive 2015 Distinguished Alumni Leadership Awards

Read more about these successful art majors, and all of the 2015 Distinguished Alumni Leadership Award recipients.

2014 Award Recipients

Sister Jean M. Boggs, S.C.
SHU ’59
Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon
SHU ’69
Former Seton Hill University
Director of Admissions
Artist, Volunteer 
and Former Teacher

Barbara Martin (SHU '80) CEO of KMA Design, Mentors Young Alumni

Read about Barbara in the Fall/Winter 2014 issue of Forward magazine.









2013 Award Recipients

Rosemary Scott Suess
SHU '63
Cathly Plesha
SHU '73
Krista Boyer
SHU '03 and '07 MBA
Kerrville Art Club 
Artist of the Year
Former FBI Agent Mental Health Professional