Art

ARTD 2241

Drawing from the posed model, accompanied by analytical studies of anatomy.

Drawing II: Drawing from Life
3
CH(s)

ARTD 2283

This introductory course in sculpture explores materials, tools, techniques and design principles related to the creation of three dimensional objects.

Sculpture I: Foundations of Sculpture
3
CH(s)

ARTD 2261

Painting I is an introductory course in oil painting. Materials, tools, techniques, and stretcher construction are emphasized. Students explore the relationships among paint application, color theory, design elements, representation, and expressive intent.

Painting: Foundations of Painting
3
CH(s)

ARTD 1142

This introductory course focuses on the traditions of drawing. Space, form, value, proportion, and composition are emphasized for the development of the beginning student’s ability to perceive and record forms on a two-dimensional surface. Students use a variety of drawing media as they work toward an understanding of the technical, expressive, and conceptual possibilities of mark-making.

Drawing I: Foundations of Drawing
3
CH(s)

ARTD 1141

The elements and principles of three-dimensional design are explored in this Foundations course. Students learn the vocabulary of three-dimensional design, and apply scholarly responses to visual images. Students explore, through visual problem-solving, issues of space, inherent properties of materials, and content in the three-dimensional realm. Students work with a variety of three-dimensional media in this studio course. Reading and writing assignments accompany studio coursework.

Design II: 3D
3
CH(s)

ARTD 1140

The elements and principles of two-dimensional design are explored in this Foundations course. Students learn the vocabulary of two-dimensional design, and apply scholarly responses to visual images. Students explore, through visual problem-solving, issues of composition, color theory, content, and presentation. Students work with a variety of two-dimensional media in this studio course. Reading and writing assignments accompany studio coursework.

Design I: 2D
3
CH(s)

ARTD 1120

This introductory course is a study of art of the Western world. It explores the emergence of new forms and salient factors contributing to changes in art from prehistoric Europe to the contemporary West. The works of art are presented within their historical contexts.

Art Appreciation
3
CH(s)
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