Jul 15, 2020  
2019-2020 Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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    ARH 407 - Special Topics in Modern Art


    At least sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (3).

    Advanced study of a specific issue or theme in Modern art (in art history, spanning roughly 1780 to 1945), from the western or non-western traditions. Lecture, discussion, readings. May be reelected to a total of 9 credits when topics vary. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 409 - History of North American Art


    At least sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (3) H, US

    Examination of the history of art of North America, focusing on colonial art from the fifteenth century to early twentieth-century art, and including the traditions of American, Canadian and Mexican art and architecture. Lecture, discussion, readings. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 410 - Feminism and the Visual Arts


    At least sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (3) H, US

    Study of art-historical issues through feminist methodologies related to the depiction of women in art and artworks made by women. Topics include discussion of the male gaze, and the historical status of women in art institutions. Lecture, discussion, readings. Also listed as WGS 410 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 411 - History of Contemporary Art


    ARH 112  and at least sophomore standing; or consent of instructor. (3) CAP

    History of art from the Contemporary era.  Introduction to a variety of traditions from international artists largely since the mid-20th century, with an overview of early 20th-century art. Lecture, discussion, readings. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 413 - Special Topics in Contemporary Art


    At least sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (3).

    Advanced study of a specific issue or theme in Contemporary art (in art history, spanning roughly 1945 to the present), from the western or non-western traditions. Lecture, discussion, readings. May be reelected to a total of 9 credits when topics vary. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 415 - History of Aboriginal North-American Art


    At least sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (3) US

    Examination of the artistic traditions of native peoples from North America, including tribes from the southwestern United States, Plains Indians, Great Lakes aboriginals, west coast tribes, and the Inuit, from earliest history of art and architecture to the present. Lecture, discussion, readings. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 417 - History of Craft, Folk, and Naive Artistic Traditions


    At least sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (3).

    Examination of the traditions of craft, naive, and other trends that fall outside traditional ‘fine art’ examples, considered through the contexts of the history of aesthetics, minority cultures, and past and present museological trends. Lecture, discussion, research, writing. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 419 - Connoisseurship


    At least sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (3).

    Practical and theoretical study integrating the theories of attribution in art history with in-person examination of artworks at local and regional art museums. Lecture, readings, discussion, on-site study. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 420 - Introduction to Conservation and Restoration


    At least sophomore standing or consent of the instructor. (3).

    Introduction to the principles of conservation and restoration in the visual arts, including painting, sculpture, architecture, works on paper, and other media. Considers both the ethical and technical approaches to the subject. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 421 - Introduction to Curatorial and Exhibition Practices


    At least sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (3).

    Examination of ethical, practical and theoretical concerns of curatorial and exhibition practices, including political and social pressures on the contemporary art world.  Some field work involved to critique exhibitions and practices at existing shows in the community. Lecture, discussion, readings. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 423 - History of Collection and Exhibition Practices


    At least sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (3).

    Examination of how art has been collected and exhibited over time.  Topics include patronage practices, academies of art, art as trophies of war, and national collections. Lecture, discussion, readings. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 425 - History of the Paragone or Rivalry in the Arts


    At least sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (3).

    Examination of the history of competition in the arts from antiquity to the present day.  Considers rivalry between different media, nations, aesthetic theories, elements of the art world, and individual artists. Lecture, discussion, readings. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 497 - Senior Thesis in Art History


    Senior standing, ARH 111 ,  ARH 112 , consent of instructor. (2-6).

    Advanced directed research of an art-historical topic under the supervision of an art-history advisor. Students complete a 12-15 page research paper and conduct a final interview. Research, writing, regular meetings with the thesis advisor. Graded ABCDE/Y.
  
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    ARH 501 - Theory, History and Criticism of Ways of Seeing


    Graduate standing. (3).

    Examination of ideas, theories and institutions that have shaped how visual imagery has been interpreted across time. Considers the fields of critical theory, art criticism, aesthetic theory, museum studies, and others that have impacted the creation and reception of visual culture.  Not open to students with credit for ARH 401 /COM 401 /WGS 403 . Also listed as ADM 561 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 509 - History of North-American Art


    Graduate standing. (3).

    Examination of the history of art of North America, focusing on colonial art from the fifteenth century to early twentieth-century art, and including the traditions of American, Canadian and Mexican art and architecture. Not open to students with credit for  ARH 409 . Also listed as ADM 512 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 511 - History of Contemporary Art


    Graduate standing. (3).

    History of art from the Contemporary era. Introduction to a variety of traditions from international artists largely since the mid-20th century, with an overview of early 20th-century art.  Not open to students with credit for ARH 411 . Lecture, discussion, readings. Also listed as ADM 511 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 515 - History of Aboriginal North American Art


    Graduate standing. (3).

    Examination of the artistic traditions of native peoples from North America, including tribes from the southwestern United States, Plains Indians, Great Lakes aboriginals, west coast tribes, and the Inuit, from earliest history of art and architecture to the present. Lecture, discussion, readings. Not open to students with credit for ARH 415 . Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 519 - Connoisseurship


    Graduate standing. (3).

    Practical and theoretical study integrating the theories of attribution in art history with in-person examination of artworks at local and regional art museums.  Not open to students with credit for ARH 419 . Lecture, readings, discussion, on-site study. Also listed as ADM 519 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 521 - Introduction to Curatorial and Exhibition Practices


    Graduate standing. (3).

    Examination of ethical, practical and theoretical concerns of curatorial and exhibition practices, including political and social pressures on the contemporary art world. Some field work involved to critique exhibitions and practices at existing shows in the community.  Not open to students with credit for ARH 421 . Lecture, discussion, readings. Also listed as ADM 521 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ARH 523 - History of Collection and Exhibition Practices


    Graduate standing. (3).

    Examination of how art has been collected and exhibited over time. Topics include patronage practices, academies of art, art as trophies of war, and national collections. Lecture, discussion, readings. Not open to students with credit for ARH 423 . Also listed as ADM 523 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 101 - Art Education-Elementary


    (3).

    How to organize creative art activities in an elementary (grades K-6) curriculum; the philosophy of art education; motivation, guidance and evaluation of child art; the normal growth pattern of child art; the functions of art in society. Design sensitivity and personal creativity stimulated through laboratory experiences. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 102 - Art Education–Middle School


    ART 101 . (3).

    How to organize creative art activities in a junior or senior high school (grades 7-12); art and the exceptional child; characteristics of the adolescent learner; social and ethical issues in adolescent art; studio procedures to introduce specialized art careers.  Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 103 - Introduction to the Art of Calligraphy


    (3) F

    From the illumination of the Book of Kells to the announcement of a marriage, calligraphy is the artist’s way of illuminating the written word. Use of design and creation of an artistic letter by pen or brush makes this art form a creative and historical endeavor. Introduction to the variety and techniques of calligraphy. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 105 - Introduction to Art Therapy


    (3).

    Introduction to the field of art therapy. Considers the history and science of the practice, contemporary protocols, and basic techniques as they relate to other fields such as public health and social work. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 116 - Introduction to Black & White Photography


    (3) F

    Introduction to material and techniques of traditional B&W photography. Utilization of the 35mm camera format; introduction to mechanical and aesthetic aspects of the photographic process. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 120 - Introduction to the Visual Arts


    (3) F

    Examination of the essential characteristics of the visual arts, intended to develop in the student a discriminating appreciation of these arts. Lectures, tapes, slides, reading, and gallery tours. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 122 - Introduction to Printmaking


    (3) F

    Exploration of the diverse methodologies of printmaking as a repeatable tactile art form with images printed as unique, multiples and variations. Introduction to relief, monotype and other basic etching processes. Suitable for majors and non-majors. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 126 - Introduction to Digital Photography


    (3) F

    Introduction to technical and creative use of digital cameras and computer-aided imagery. Utilization of sophisticated imaging software as a tool for individual expression. Students should be prepared to provide a digital SLR or mirror-less style camera with a detachable zoom lens and a 12 megapixel or greater capture. Also listed as COM 126 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 130 - Introduction to the Visual Arts: Methods & Materials


    (3) F

    Introduction to 2-dimensional, 3-dimensional, digital, time-based and multimedia disciplines. Creative work focusing on key issues in contemporary artistic practice. Exercises, assignments, projects, readings, lectures, discussion, workshops, demonstrations, critique assessments. Open to majors, minors, and non-majors. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 131 - Drawing I for Studio and Design


    (3) F

    Introduction to visual vocabulary and technical skills while working from observation in a variety of media. Drawing exploration as a means of visual thinking, focusing on creativity and technique for the purpose of communicating ideas. Emphasis on a variety of drawing approaches, including conceptual and object-focused study, perspective, rapid renderings, narrative drawing, serial drawing, and other aspects of representation. Suitable for majors or non-majors. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 132 - Drawing II for Studio and Design


    ART 131 . (3) F

    Continuation of the development of a visual vocabulary, and focused and technical drawing skills begun in ART 131 .  Introduction to the principles of one-point, two-point and other types of perspective, including organic, figurative, and architectual recreations and design. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 141 - Two-Dimensional Design


    (3). F

    Introduction to underlying concepts for making and analyzing two-dimensional art. Use of design elements and principles with basic color theory to achieve specific goals for visual communication. Suitable for majors or non-majors. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 142 - Three-Dimensional Design


    (3) F

    Visual fundamentals of three-dimensional design. Basic experience in expression of personal ideas in form, using a variety of techniques and methods. Suitable for majors or non-majors. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 160 - Theories and Methods of Design


    (3) F

    Introduction to contemporary graphic design. Theory, professional practices, creative workflow, career paths, copyright, ethics. Also listed as COM 160  and THE 160 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 199 - Special Topics & Workshops


    Consent of Communication & Visual Arts chair. (1-3).

    Special topics of interest and concern to studio artists and students in a workshop or seminar format. Focus on topics not usually considered in depth in the other studio courses and/or on special approaches of techniques intended to expand the students’ bases of expression in the visual arts. May be reelected to a total of 6 credits. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 200 - Audio Design


    (3) T

    Fundamental theories of audio and audio production for design and media, including basics of digital audio, studio and remote recording; editing for effect and content in electronic media and its use in media productions. Through application of audio concepts in computer audio editing software, storytelling theory, and critiques of podcast and web-based projects and programs, students gain requisite skills to successfully design and execute audio strategies for media. Also listed as COM 201 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 202 - Video Design


    (3) T

    Principles and practices of planning, producing and directing video productions, including the basics of digital video and studio and remote filming.   Also listed as COM 202 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 203 - Video Editing


    (3) T

    Post-production video editing, including video capture, timeline basics, transitions, trimming, audio basics, creating effects, and texts.  Students learn to use the latest industry-standard editing software as they work on the post production phase of a video/film project. Also listed as COM 203 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 211 - Introduction to the Comics Studio


    ART 130  or ART 131  or ART 141  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Introduction to the components of sequential art making and the art of the comic. Exploration of visual storytelling theories and techniques using various materials. Students create visual narratives while critically addressing and discussing artistic, instructional and narrative capacities of comics. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 214 - Color Photography


    ART 116  or ART 126 /COM 126 . (3).

    Introduction to the history, aesthetics, and technique of color photography; emphasis on critical method and practical exercises. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 218 - Alternative Photo Processes


    ART 116  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Introduction to non-silver and non-traditional imagemaking. Exploration of experimental techniques involving historical processes, Polaroid materials, computer-generated negatives, mixed media combinations. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 222 - Visual Storytelling


    ART 126  or consent of the instructor. (3).

    Equips students with contemporary digital-media skills to develop, prepare and deliver personal and professional stories of experience and history. Includes photography, video, audio and tools to develop competence in visual literacy, and familiarize students with techniques for sharing stories and ideas in digital media. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 232 - Introduction to Typography


    (3).

    Introduction to the history and design of type as a creative medium, including consideration of design of letterforms, words, pages and the relationship between image and text. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 235 - Topics in Printmaking


    ART 122 or consent of instructor. (3).

    Investigation of printmaking techniques in a single topic area, chosen from serigraphy, woodcut, linocut, intaglio and the monoprint. May be reelected to a total of 6 credits. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 240 - Creativity and Portfolio Development


    ART 130 , at least sophomore standing; or consent of instructor. (3).

    Introduction to contemporary artistic production and practice, featuring portfolio preparation techniques, documentation of 2D and 3D artwork, and creation of a personal artist statement. Emphasis on major recent art movements and tendencies and criticism of contemporary art. Introduction of topics that foster creativity; development of critical writing skills and vocabulary. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 251 - Fundamentals of Stage Makeup


    (3).

    Theory and practice of both two-and-three dimensional character makeup for the theatre. Lecture and laboratory. Also listed as THE 251 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 252 - Digital Imaging Design


    ART 141 (3).

    Introduction to foundational skills and processes relevant to the design discipline. Introduction to 2-D art fundamentals and exploration of visual problem-solving. Also listed as THE 252 Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 263 - Introduction to Painting Processes


    ART 130  or ART 131  or ART 141  or consent instructor. (3).

    Investigation of painting media and various techniques and processes. Students create work in oil, acrylic and at least one other paint medium (watercolor, encaustic, tempera)  to establish a working knowledge of each paint’s properties and begin development of a significant body of work derived from a variety of sources.  Covers practical preparations including preparing a base, building a stretcher, stretching and framing a canvas. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 269 - Introduction to Sculpture


    ART 142  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Investigation of a variety of media and technical processes, including carving, modeling, fabricating and casting. Emphasis on development of personal imagery and awareness of contemporary influences. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 270 - Beginning Figure Modeling


    ART 142  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Introductory course exploring representation of the human figure, both realistically and expressively, in sculpture and ceramics, working from the live model. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 271 - Introduction to Theatre Design


    (3) F

    Introduction to basic elements of design and application of these elements to theatrical design. Emphasis on interpreting dramatic text and communicating ideas visually. Also listed as THE 271 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 281 - Introduction to Ceramics


    ART 142  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Investigation of techniques, including hand-building and wheel-forming methods and glaze mixing and application. Emphasis on development of personal imagery in ceramics. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 298 - Topics in Art Studio


    (3).

    Undertaking of special art projects and/or an exploration of a unique medium to develop additional artistic skills and competence. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 300 - Methods and Materials


    Admission to phase III of a TCP Program or consent of instructor. (3).

    Application of skills and information learned in studio classes to teaching. Development of sequential art curriculum for elementary, middle and secondary teaching, production of instructional resource files, assessment of artwork, current issues in art education. Clinical experiences in elementary, middle and secondary classrooms. Also listed as EDE 342 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 301 - Advanced Comics Studio


    ART 211  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Continued study of components of sequential art making and the art of the comic. Exploration of visual storytelling theories and techniques using various materials. Students create visual narratives while critically addressing and discussing artistic, instructional and narrative capacities of comics. May be reelected to a total of 9 credits. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 302 - Photographic Lighting Techniques


    ART 126  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Demonstration and hands-on experience exploring basic and technical lighting equiptment and accesssories to make images with predictable creative results. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 303 - Issues, Methods and Materials in K-12 Art


    ART 300  or EDE 342  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Student participation in art educational experiences and teaching of seminars in a real classroom setting, based on study of course texts and resources addressing K-12 contemporary issues in art education, the history of art education, issues of “special needs” students, classroom management skills, and instructional practices for elementary, middle and high school level courses.  Offered in Winter semesters. Also listed as SEC 342 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 304 - Large Format Photography


    ART 116  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Exploration of large format view camera capabilities, including technical and aesthetic possibilities afforded by this technical camera style. Special attention to large negative print production and scanning. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 306 - Art of Collage


    One from:  ART 122 , ART 130 , ART 131 , ART 141 . (3).

    Exploration of abstract, objective, semi-abstract and non-objective imagery through the manipulation of a variety of materials, media and collage techniques. Exploration of two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms to facilitate expression of personal interests.   Graded ABCDE. Offered infrequently.
  
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    ART 307 - Water-Based Painting


    ART 263 . (3).

    Exploration of work with acrylic paint and other water-based media.  Students build conceptual, creative and technical abilities to express creative ideas, while exploring traditional and new uses of the medium. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 309 - Oil Painting


    ART 263 . (3).

    Exploration of work with oil paint. Students build conceptual, creative and technical abilities to express creative ideas, while exploring traditional and new uses of the medium. Includes an introduction to the safety concerns of working in oil, and covers practical preparations including preparing a base, and stretching and framing a canvas. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 316 - Advanced Black and White Photography


    (Formerly ART 216). ART 116 , ART 141 ; or consent of instructor. (3).

    Continuation of materials and techniques of ART 116 . Introduction to medium format film development and printing techniques, advanced and experimental techniques of the photographic medium. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 321 - Design II: Image and Motion Design


    ART 232 . (3).

    Creation of visual images for communication purposes. Emphasis on conceptual thinking, visual literacy, and processes in design for print and screen. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 323 - Scene Painting


    A University-level drawing class; THE 271 /ART 271  . (3).

    Scene painting techniques including color theory, heightened perspective, stenciling, dimensioning, landscape and architectural styles. Applied work on realized sets. Also listed as THE 322 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 324 - Introduction to Illustration


    ART 252 . (3).

    Creation of conceptual illustrations using a wide variety of imagery including both hand skills and computer software programs.  Exploration of techniques for interpreting and visualizing verbal information focusing on design, composition and color theory.  Focus on the development of a personal visual vocabulary through critical analysis. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 326 - Advanced Digital Photography


    ART 126 /COM 126  . (3).

    Advanced use of digital photographic technology; emphasis on use of appropriate technology for aesthetic ends. Includes (digital) still photography, high-definition video capture, publishing on the Internet, and performance. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 327 - Photographic Printmaking


    ART 116  or ART 122 . (3).

    Exploration of photographic image making using traditional darkroom, digital, and alternative process techniques and materials. Emphasis ion development of a stylistic body of work based on concepts combined with appropriate materials. Graded ABCDE. Offered infrequently.
  
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    ART 328 - Artist Bookmaking


    Consent of instructor. (3).

    Methods of preparing images and text to be expressed as a bound book. Artists’ books, journals, electronic bookworks. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 329 - Introduction to Digital Illustration


    ART 252  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Exploration and creative use of pixel-and vector-based imagery to illustrate complex communication problems. Utilization of sophisticated professional imaging software and techniques as a tool for individual expression and communication. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 330 - Typography II


    ART 232 . (3)

    Examination of the impact of typography on the world of visual communication through symbolic, cultural, aesthetic and personal typography. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 333 - Print Production Techniques


    At least junior standing, ART 252 /THE 252 . (3).

    Exploration of publication design, focusing on aesthetic and technical issues of page layout and document design in relation to commercial printing. Font usage, image and file formats, efficient planning and production techniques. Also listed as COM 333  .Graded ABCDE. Offered infrequently.
  
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    ART 334 - Business of Visual Communications Design


    At least junior standing. (3).

    Introduction to business practices in the graphic design field. Negotiation, pricing, proposals and contracts, ethical standards, professional relationships. Also listed as  .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 335 - Web Design


    (3).

    Introduction to web design as a visual-arts medium. Aesthetic and technical concerns of web design with emphasis on design and coding, including HTML snd CSS. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 336 - Creative Learning Experiences


    (3).

    Creative activities for early childhood, elementary and middle school children through the integration of art, music, play and drama. Techniques of planning, presenting and evaluating creative learning experiences for the classroom. Also listed as DAN 336 , EDE 340 , MUS 336  and THE 336 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 337 - Relief Printmaking


    ART 122  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Investigation of the directly cut surface of woodblock, linoleum and found objects. Printing in black and white as well as color. Exploration of embossing created from the process of the raised and recessed surface. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 338 - Intaglio Printmaking


    ART 122  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Focus on the metal plate in etching and relief. The processes investigated include drypoint, line etching, hard and soft ground, rosin aquatint, spit bite, and multiple plate color printing. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 339 - Screenprinting


    ART 122  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Exploration of traditional and contemporary methods of water-based screen printing, including stencil-making, film preparation, printing methods on various papers and materials, color, registration, and edition printing. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 341 - Workshop Practice of the Monoprint


    ART 122  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Exploration of monoprint as the unique printed image through a repeatable manipulated matrix selected from a range from wood, metal, linoleum, Plexiglas and transfer. Consideration of the print as singular image, in multiple and variety, book form, and installation. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 342 - Design III: Spatial and Temporal Design


    ART 232 , ART 252 /THE 252 ; or consent of instructor. (3).

    Intermediate design processes and techniques exploring time-based and sequential art forms, both as tools and media. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 343 - Collagraphic Printmaking


    ART 122  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Printmaking plates are created by applying a variety of textures to the base substrate, which is then inked either intaglio or relief. Students explore this process to develop a body of cohesive work from the combinations of overlapping collage surfaces. Emphasis on color as the significant expressive compositional component. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 344 - Lithographic Printmaking


    ART 122 , ART 131 ; or consent of instructor. (3).

    Exploration of the fine print image of lithography, created on a smooth surface of either metal or stone. Emphasis on design and technical processes. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 345 - Digital Printmaking


    ART 122  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Students explore the possibilities of digital mixed media as they create custom surfaces, which are then directly printed or transferred from designed digital files. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 346 - Introduction to Interaction Design


    ART 335  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Introduction to project development related to game design. Exploration and analysis of games and how they relate to the larger field of interaction design. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 347 - Motion Graphics


    ART 252 /THE 252 , or consent of instructor. (3).

    Introduction to motion graphics for broadcast, web-based and interactive technologies. Practical application of various software and file formats. May be reelected to a total of 6 credits. Also listed as COM 347  .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 348 - Intermediate Explorations in Interaction Design


    ART 346 . (3).

    Analysis and exploration of prototype creation to solve problems with interaction design methods. Emphasis on design practices to ideate, mockup, prototype and realize projects.  Graded ABCDE. Offered Infrequently.
  
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    ART 350 - Mixed Media Sculpture


    ART 142  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Intermediate course exploring a variety of techniques and media, including collage and assemblage. Focus on ready-made objects as well as newly formed objects and their assembly to create innovative art in a sculptural direction. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 351 - Choreography I: Composition


    DAN 116 , DAN 119 . (3).

    Exploration of choreographic structure, dramatic and stylistic components involved in the study and creation of movement in the studio and on computer. Also listed as DAN 351 .Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 353 - Portraiture In Painting or Drawing


    ART 130 , ART 131 ; or consent of instructor. (3).

    Exploration of the genre of portraiture, both past and present. Students develop conceptual and model-based portraits through consideration of technical, stylistic and creative approaches to the subject. Focus on either painting or drawing. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 354 - Narrative in Painting or Drawing


    ART 130 , ART 131 ; or consent of instructor. (3).

    Investigations of expression of temporal concepts or actions in drawing and painting, including the role of these media in narrative depictions from the past and the present. Focus on the use of iconography and artistic style in the communication of narrative content. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 355 - Glass Flameworking


    ART 142  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Hands-on studio experience introducing hot glass work through use of a torch. Various sculpting and glass-working techniques using borosilicate and soft glass; use of colored rods and glass tubes to create small-scale objects such as blown beads, goblets and human-figure sculptures. Includes two-dimensional sketches, project planning, three-dimensional art assignments and projects, readings, visual lectures, discussions, workshops, demonstrations, and critique assessments. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 356 - Sequential Printmaking


    ART 122  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Students explore and create a series of printmaking images to convey a visual narrative communicating ideas and themes, while developing their personal styles. Use of processes and multiple colors compatible with the individual artist’s voice. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 359 - Figure Drawing


    (Formerly ART 135). ART 131  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Exploration of figure drawing, with a focus on ways of rendering the figure using a variety of drawing methods and materials. May include use of models, skeletons, figurines and cast. May be reelected to a total of 6 credits. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 360 - Watercolor


    ART 131  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Exploration of painting techniques are explored using the medium of watercolor. Stress on composition, concept, and other formal concerns. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 361 - Painting from Life


    ART 263 , ART 359 ; or consent of instructor. (3).

    Focus on the human figure as a source of imagery. Traditional painting methods and materials. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 362 - Painting from Life II


    ART 361 . (3).

    Continuation of the methods and concerns developed and considered in ART 361 . Focus on the human figure as a source of imagery. Use of traditional painting materials and methods. Emphasis on development of individual methods, working in series, expanded knowledge and use of media, and increased understanding of anatomy. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 366 - Mural Painting


    At least sophomore standing or consent of instructor. (3).

    History and techniques of mural painting.  Students paint 1-2 murals on campus or in the community after a design is selected by clients from those presented by class members.  Appropriate for all students, majors and non-majors. May be reelected to a total of 6 credits. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 367 - Intermediate Figure Modeling


    ART 270 . (3).

    Intermediate studio course focusing on realistic portrayal of the human figure in a variety of three-dimensional media, working from the live model.  Emphasis on creating professional frameworks and/or support for a figure, and techniques related to working with the mass of the medium. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 368 - Installation Art


    ART 142   or consent of instructor. (3).

    Investigation of trends in installation art, introducing techniques and concepts related to site-specific indoor and outdoor art. Students plan and complete an individual installation project. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 369 - Sculpture: Welding Techniques


    ART 269 . (3).

    Studio course introducing students to creative, technical and safe approaches to working with metal through welding and other applications, in both historical and conceptual contexts. Graded ABCDE.
  
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    ART 370 - Costume Design for the Theatre


    THE 271  or consent of instructor. (3).

    Application of theories and techniques of costume design to specific problems of the play. The student produces renderings for costume designs using various media. Lecture and laboratory. Also listed as THE 370 .Graded ABCDE.
 

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