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ART 5 Introduction to Basic Drawing

This course is the beginning investigation into the practice of drawing as an expressive, descriptive art medium. Through historic examples (slides and prints) and the use of a variety of materials and techniques, the student learns the past, present and (possible) future uses of drawing.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75

ART 11 Life Drawing I

This course is an introduction to the study of the human figure as an art subject. Various techniques and drawing media are explored in developing compositional and drawing skills of the individual student. Every Semester, 3 credits
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee $75

ART 13 Painting I

This course is an introduction to the study of the human figure as an art subject. Various techniques and drawing media are explored in developing compositional and drawing skills of the individual student.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio Fee, $75

ART 35 Sculpture I

This course is an introduction to sculpture techniques, concepts, and materials, aesthetic and structural. Emphasis is on three-dimensional reality and study of related concepts.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio Fee, $75

ART 59 Survey of World Art I

A chronological survey of the fine arts in the world tracing the path of creative expression in architecture, graphics, painting and sculpture from prehistoric times to the present.
Annually, 3 credits

ART 60 Survey Western Art 2

A chronological survey of the fine arts in the world tracing the path of creative expression in architecture, graphics, painting and sculpture from prehistoric times to the present.
Annually, 3 credits

DRAW 1 - Drawing 1

This is an advanced course in drawing concentrating on concepts and technical approaches to subject and media. These approaches are explored through a series of objective and nonobjective problems.
Prerequisites: ART 11 and ART 12
Studio Fee, $75 Fall, 3 credits