Here at SMCC, we have a pretty large Art department -- everything from photography to metal arts, woodworking, sculpture, drawing, painting -- your standard foundation courses that will help you build a base for transferring to a four-year program. We have a whole variety of courses that give students the actual variety. And similarly, we have background courses like history and theory. We have multicultural courses in music, and so on. So the music program is quite broad. We work really closely with Communications and New Media, which is another department but we have cross-listed courses like 2D design, our studio courses count as electives for them, and their electives count as electives for us. So if you're interested in doing a little bit of hand drawing, illustration, and digital illustration, you can mix those two together, which is really relevant. We organize an exhibition in the Portland area. We have different gallery, commercial gallery partners that we work with, so that you get the experience of actually exhibiting in a real art gallery. And it's an exciting opportunity because lots of people will see the work. And it's a great way to experience that sharing of your own creativity with with the public and with people. And so we work on that. Anybody can watch a YouTube video and learn something, but when you're hands-on in the studio, and you have that immediate feedback from a professor who has been doing this for a long time, you make those connections, you build networks, you have a support system of peers and critiques so that you get feedback on your work so that you can improve. You have that opportunity to explore that where you might not have had that opportunity before and this is a great place to do that.