ART 282 - Sculpture I
An introduction to sculpture as a three-dimensional form of artistic expression with an emphasis on lost wax bronze casting. The critical, the productive and the evaluative aspects of sculpture as art are central to the course.
Offered in both fall & spring
For both non-art and art majors
 
     
 
ART 382 - Sculpture II
Continued development of individual artistic expression with emphasis on contemporary sculptural form.
Offered in both fall & spring
 
     
 
ART 482 - Sculpture III
Further study in sculpture as the student works toward developing a personal idiom of expression.
Offered in both fall & spring
 
     
 
ART 483 - Sculpture IV
Advanced study in sculpture in which the student continues to develop a personal style and technique, while discovering personal artistic direction.
Offered in both fall & spring
 
     
 
ART 582 - Sculpture V
Further advanced study in sculpture in which the student continues to develop a personal style and technique, while discovering personal artistic direction.
Offered in both fall & spring
 
     
 
ART 142 - 2D Design
Introduces two-dimensional design and composition, applicable to all art forms, in which students seek original, creative solutions to problems. Design principles and methods are employed as students learn language and visual communications techniques. Artistic production, criticism, analysis and evaluation are central to this course.
Offered in both fall & spring
For both non-art and art majors
 
     
 
ART 242 - 3D Design
Introduces visual composition as related to organizing and working with three-dimensional space. The student seeks original, creative solutions to visual problems by exploring methods and techniques. Covers fundamental visual grammar and principles.
Offered in both fall & spring
For both non-art and art majors
 
     
 
ART 133 - Drawing I
Introduces drawing as artistic expression as well as a form of nonverbal communication. Both traditional and contemporary perspectives are explored. Emphasis placed on original creative solutions to visual problems. Students explore artistic composition employing various drawing media and techniques. Includes criticism, analysis and evaluation.
Offered in fall, spring & periodically in summer
For both non-art and art majors
 
 
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