Art (see also Drawing)

Courses

ART 1000. Art Survey. 3 hrs.

Cultural analysis of the interrelated fields of architecture, sculpture, painting, and other humanistic studies beginning with the Paleolithic period and continuing through the Gothic period. Lecture, 3 hours. IAI: F2 901.

ART 1002. Drawing I. 3 hrs.

Basic studio course for those interested in fine arts, graphic design or art education. Using a variety of media and approaches, students develop ability in descriptive and interpretive drawing. Lecture, one hour per week; laboratory, four hours per week.

ART 1005. Design I. 3 hrs.

A basic studio course for those interested in fine arts, graphic design, or art education. The student carries out a series of problems relating to the elements and principles of design. The course develops organizational abilities and technical skills. Lecture, one hour per week; laboratory, four hours per week.

ART 1007. Painting I. 3 hrs.

Oil (or acrylic) painting is explored through instruction in materials and techniques, composition and color, and the development of individual expression. A series of original paintings is executed by each student. An examination of traditional and contemporary concerns in painting. Lecture, one hour per week, laboratory, four hours per week.

ART 1009. Ceramics I. 3 hrs.

Introduction to the terminology and technical aspects of ceramics. Basic techniques for clay preparation, hand forming, wheel throwing, and the operation of the kiln kick wheels and power operated potter's wheels. Lecture, one hour per week; laboratory, four hours per week.

ART 1010. Art Survey II. 3 hrs.

Cultural analysis of the interrelated fields of architecture, sculpture, painting, and other humanistic studies beginning with the Italian Renaisance and continuing through the 20th Century's Modern period. Lecture, 3 hours. IAI: F2 902.

ART 1012. Drawing II. 3 hrs.

Continuation of the basic Drawing I course. Charcoal, pencil and ink are the basic materials. Exploring mixed media and ink wash on different supports. Emphasis on the development of skills and expressive interpretation. Lecture, one hour per week; laboratory, four hours per week. Prerequisite: ART 1002 or consent of instructor.

ART 1015. Design II. 3 hrs.

A studio course; continuation of ART 1005, using a variety of media, stressing the understanding of color theory and its application to two-dimensional design concerns. Lecture, one hour per week; laboratory, four hours per week. Prerequisite: ART 1005.

ART 2009. Ceramics II. 3 hrs.

Continued application of first semester procedures of Pottery I, with emphasis on the control of design in form and techniques, including methods of glaze application and decorative techniques. Practice in the operation of clay equipment, stacking, and firing kilns. Experimentation in the possibilities and limitations of the medium. Lecture, one hour per week; laboratory, four hours per week. Prerequisite: ART 1009.