Drawing (see also Art)
DRW 1000. 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.
DRW 1010. 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: DRW 1000 or consent of instructor.
DRW 2000. Life Drawing. 3 hrs.
The study of the structure, anatomy, and expressive design of human form; drawing from model, using a variety of drawing media, such as charcoal, pencil, conte, and ink. Lecture, one hour per week; studio, four hours per week.