Fieldwork & Apprenticeships



Art Students to Create Logo for Farmer's Market

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Art With Diverse Groups

In early 2013, Seton Hill’s art therapy course, Art With Diverse Groups, collaborated with the Westmoreland County BHDS Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Committee and the Westmoreland Museum of American Art to facilitate a creative arts group for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

The photo above shows some of the art created in the class. The photographer, Nicole Linsmeier, is a Seton Hill student who participated in this course.

As an art major at Seton Hill, you will participate in an apprenticeship or fieldwork experience. We believe in preparing students in class as well as in studio practice to transition them into an art career.  This ‘real life’ experience is invaluable; it builds confidence, provides professional experience and builds a professional networking system. Our graduates are ready to launch into a career and/or graduate school upon completion of our undergraduate art programs.

Below is a sampling of places where Seton Hill art students have been placed:

  • WMAA (Westmoreland Museum of American Art)
  • The Warhol
  • Carnegie Museum of Art
  • The Frick Museum
  • The Mattress Factory
  • The Brew House Space 101
  • Southern Allegheny Museum of Art
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

  • West Overton Museum

  • The Philips Collection
The Guggenheim Museum, NY
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

  • The Brandon Group

  • Apollo Design Group, Inc.
Vance Wright Adams and Associates
Dimension X Advertising & Marketing
Thar Industries

  • The University of Pittsburgh
Myers & Assoc.
Andrews Photography
United Way of Westmoreland County