Hattiesburg, Miss., December 5, 2013 - Dr. Read Diket, professor of art and education/director of Center for Creative Scholars at William Carey University, along with her daughter, Tally Scully, and Tally's niece, Callie LaValle, recently published their first book, "Houdini and the Magic Molt." Scully and LaValle wrote the educational children's story, and Dr. Diket created the illustrations. Dr. Diket will hold a book signing for the new publication on WCU's campus December 11 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. in front of Wilkes Hall.
Art NewsShow all the News
The Department of Art at William Carey University is here to help you develop and prepare for your life as an artist. We offer a framework of courses, focused study, internships, and exhibition experiences, designed to guide you toward achieving excellence in your creative pursuits. Our students have been consistently represented in the juried Mississippi Collegiate Art Competition for their work.
William Carey University offers degree programs leading to the Bachelor of Fine Arts or Bachelor of Arts. Students in the Department of Art may concentrate in Painting, Graphic Design, Art Education, or a combination of studio concentrations. Courses are offered on the Tradition Campus, where we have a space for painting, drawing, and printmaking, as well as a digital imaging space with 16 iMac computers, scanners, and lighting and backdrops for digital photography. Students may also pursue a major or minor in Art on the Hattiesburg Campus, take advantage of additional course offerings, including a selection of courses in theatre and design. A selection of courses are available in an online format.