Our mission is to provide aspiring artists and graphic designers with intensive, integrative, relevant and rewarding educational programs of excellent quality in a personal, supportive and collaborative environment.
With a BFA degree from Pacific, you will develop the conceptual, perceptual, technical and professional skills necessary to be a practicing artist who thinks critically and historically, communicates effectively, and acts responsibly in our global society.
By performing a variety of outreach services both in the Stockton community and abroad, you will produce a legacy of community awareness and pride. Our students regularly accept graduate appointments and professional positions in their respective fields.
Six student artists transformed a 1982 BMW 320 into a work of art, following the same road paved by celebrated artists such as Andy Warhol, Alexander Calder and Roy Lichtenstein. Along the way, students learned about the rich history of the automobile as an art form.
Calliope is the Literary and Arts magazine of Pacific. It is produced by the Humanities Center, through the collaborative efforts of English and art students under the mentorship of Professors Courtney Lehmann (English) and Brett DeBoer (Art).
Students Danielle Thomasson and Mia Arostigui worked with The Arc, a center in Stockton for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, to develop projects that put a fresh spin on the work clients were already doing by introducing new materials or changing out tools.
Heinz Research Lab Mural
Pacific art students were contracted by the Heinz North America Corporation to produce a cycle of four mural paintings to be installed in its newly constructed Research and Development Labs in Stockton.
College of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211