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|ART 113||Drawing I||1||An introduction to drawing and composition using largely black and white media to develop figurative and nonfigurative expression. Topics include basic fundamentals, perspective, anatomy, landscape, still life and personal expression. Fee charged.|
|ART 211||Basic Design||1||Creative perceptual and conceptual problem solving in two dimensional and three-dimensional form. Fundamental explorations in Color Theory, Line, Edge, Shape, Form, Mass, Scale, and Space. A blending of Design Principles, Techniques, Materials, History of Design, Theory, and Philosophy of Design. Fee charged.|
|ART 221||Figure Drawing I||1||A continuation of Drawing I; further exploration of the figure with emphasis on color, pen and ink, charcoal and mixed media. Prerequisite: 113 or permission of instructor. Fee charged.|
|ART 222||Ceramics||1||Through hand-building and throwing techniques, this course introduces the nature of clay and emphasizes the process of creating ceramics from concept to finished product. Fee charged.|
|ART 232||Sculpture||1||This course introduces three-dimensional, non-utilitarian art forms, space, and content while developing an individualized creative process. A variety of material will be used with the emphasis on wood assembly and construction techniques. Fee charged.|
|ART 233||Printmaking||1||A basic understanding of printmaking as an art form. An introduction to basic techniques such as monotype, relief, and intaglio. Fee charged.|
|ART 234||Painting||1||Introduction to the techniques of painting; composition; techniques; media; styles. Subjects include preparations of painting surfaces, painting processes and framing and exhibiting. Prerequisites: Either 113 or 211. Fee charged.|
|ART 243||Photography||1||An introduction to the photographic process as applied to creative art forms, history and philosophy. Extensive studio experiences emphasizing the black and white still photograph as an art form. Fee charged.|
|ART 245||Large-Scale Painting||1||This course will cover the history, controversy and power of public art. Students will gain professional experience by learning to work as a team, as they go through the process of designing, writing a proposal, promoting creativity in the community and completing a group large-scale painting. Fee charged. May be repeated for additional credit, with permission of the instructor.|
|ART 246||Environmental Art||1||This studio/seminar course emphasizes three-dimensional art and focuses on issues relating to waste, pollution, and the environment as both the subject and materials. Students research environmentally motivated art such as earthworks, land projects, and ephemeral works as they develop constructive and aesthetic methods of interacting with the environment as part of a studio practice. Fee charged. May be repeated for additional credit, with permission of the instructor.|
|ART 247||Public Art||1||This studio/seminar course emphasizes three-dimensional art based on investigation of art produced outside of the gallery and museum, the history of public art, and approaches to site-specificity. Students gain professional experience as they create both individual and group projects in public space in collaboration with local institutions or communities. Fee charged. May be repeated for additional credit, with permission of the instructor.|
|ART 321||Figure Drawing II||1||A continuation of the exploration of using the figure as subject, leading towards a greater independence and personal creative and conceptual development. Prerequisite: Art 221 or 223 (Figure Drawing I). Fee charged.|
|ART 322||Ceramics II||1||A continuation of the exploration of ceramic techniques moving toward a greater independence and personal aesthetic and conceptual development. Prerequisite Art 222. Fee charged.|
|ART 323||Contemporary Art Practices||1||An interdisciplinary exploration of the combination of methods used in both two- and three-dimensional art forms, allowing students to work toward an integration of material, image, and artist, leading to creation of work based on connections discovered among music, poetry, literature, performing, and visual arts. Fee charged.|
|ART 332||Sculpture II||1||This course is a further exploration of materials and techniques in sculpture and installation art, leading to personal conceptual advancement. Prerequisite: Art 232. Fee charged.|
|ART 333||Printmaking II||1||A continuation of the exploration of printmaking techniques moving toward a greater independence and person creative and conceptual development. Prerequisite: Art 233. Fee charged.|
|ART 334||Painting II||1||A continuation of the exploration of composition and painting techniques moving toward a greater independence and personal aesthetic and conceptual development. Prerequisite: Art 234. Fee charged.|
|ART 343||Photography II||1||A continuation of the exploration of photographic and new media techniques moving towards a greater independence and personal conceptual and creative development. Prerequisite: Art 243. Fee charged.|
|ART 350||Drawing Abroad||1||Focus on the development of ideas and visual stimuli through sketchbook investigations. Extensive drawing done on site from master art works in major museums abroad.|
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