Courses

Photography II

Course Prefix: 
AR
Course Number: 
210
Course Credits: 
3

Continuation of AR 209. Designed to further develop the student’s technical and interpretive understanding of black and white photography. Introduction to digital imagery and color. Student supplies manual camera and film. Two, two-and-one-half hour lab periods weekly. Prerequisite: AR 209.

Printmaking I

Course Prefix: 
AR
Course Number: 
325
Course Credits: 
3

An introduction to basic relief and intaglio printmaking processes with emphasis on traditional as well as contemporary methods. Includes woodcuts, etching and monoprints. Two, two-and-one-half hour lab periods weekly. Prerequisites: AR 101, 221.

Printmaking II

Course Prefix: 
AR
Course Number: 
326
Course Credits: 
3

A continuation of AR 325. Further exploration of relief and intaglio processes and techniques. Includes more advanced intaglio as well as involvement with mixed media printmaking. Emphasis on individual exploration of ideas. Two, two-and-one-half hour lab periods weekly. Prerequisite: AR 325.

Professional Practices

Course Prefix: 
AR
Course Number: 
490
Course Credits: 
3

Practical concerns essential for an artist to make his/her work visible and marketable. Topics include preparing a résumé and artist statement, documenting one’s work photographically, record keeping, exhibiting and working with galleries, news releases, graduate programs and other opportunities for professional growth, setting up a studio. One, two-and-one-half hour class weekly.

Selected Topics

Course Prefix: 
AR
Course Number: 
493, 494
Course Credits: 
1-3 cr.

Senior Collaborative Projects

Course Prefix: 
AR
Course Number: 
450
Course Credits: 
3

As a capstone course to the interactive entertainment media concentration, this course focuses on projects which explore what students can create while partnered with other students with different skill sets and backgrounds from their own. The idea is to create something that could not be achieved by one’s individual talent. Students will use their previously learned skills to collaboratively attack specific challenges presented with the goal to create short rapid experiences. The best experiences created during the term and voted on by faculty, will be showcased in an end of term campus...

Senior Studio

Course Prefix: 
AR
Course Number: 
491
Course Credits: 
3

This course will provide art majors with both theoretical and practical application in the visual arts. The course will deal with issues of creative problem solving and self-motivation pertaining to the visual arts. Students will prepare professional portfolios for final class presentation. Students will explore individual approaches to creativity and apply their findings to a specialized art project that they will present to the class and to the art faculty prior to completion of the course.

Senior Studio

Course Prefix: 
AR
Course Number: 
492
Course Credits: 
3

Independent work in a particular field of interest in the visual arts: drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking or any other area or areas of specialization in which the student shows intermediate or advanced level proficiency. At least two, two-and-one-half hour lab periods weekly. One hour weekly seminar discussion and periodic critiques with advising instructor.

Studio Emphasis

Course Prefix: 
AR
Course Number: 
480
Course Credits: 
3

This course is designed for the advanced studio art major who has completed an emphasis in one of the following areas: drawing, photography, printmaking, painting or ceramics and wishes to pursue an advanced course of study with the instructor in the same discipline. A research and studio project will be determined prior to registration and with the written permission of the discipline instructor. Prerequisites: AR 101/102 or AR 209/AR 210; AR 325/AR 326 or AR 341/342 or AR 377/AR 378.

Women Artists: Historical Survey

Course Prefix: 
AR
Course Number: 
313
Course Credits: 
3

An historical survey of the roles, contributions and styles of women artists. Activities such as field trips to studios, galleries and museums and special lectures are arranged.

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