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ART 172 DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION

3 Credits, 4 Contacts
This course explores the basics of illustration using Adobe Illustrator and relevant computer hardware. Digital illustration will be used as a tool to create brochures, labels and packaging as well as fine art applications. Emphasis will be placed on creating audience appropriate illustrations.
 
Prerequisite: ART 104

Co-Requisite: ART 115

Jul 14, 2016|

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ART 210 LIFE DRAWING

3 Credits, 5 Contacts
This course focuses on drawing the human form from live models and the study of anatomy. The student will explore skeletal, muscular, and surface anatomy, as well as the essential aspects of life drawing (such as gesture, contour, proportion, structure and articulation).
 
Prerequisite: ART 104 and ART 107

Jul 13, 2016|

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ART 220 HISTORY OF ART I

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
This course is a historical survey of art from prehistory to the Renaissance. Art will be explored in the context of the culture in which it was created and the perspective of the artists. An exploration of the principles and practices of the artistic disciplines will enhance understanding of the art […]

Jul 12, 2016|

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ART 221 HISTORY OF ART II

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
This course is a historical survey of art from the Renaissance to present day. Art will be explored in the context of the culture in which it was created and the perspective of the artists. An exploration of the principles and practices of the artistic disciplines will enhance understanding of the […]

Jul 11, 2016|

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ART 231 SCULPTURE

3 Credits, 5 Contacts
This is an introductory course in sculpture which will explore the theories and concepts of three-dimensional art forms in space. Mechanical, structural and compositional principles will be studied. A variety of sculptural techniques and materials will be used.
 
Prerequisite: None

Jul 10, 2016|

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ART 240 PAINTING

3 Credits, 5 Contacts
This is an introductory course in painting, which will prepare the student to realize visual observations and find personal expression through painting media. The class will explore oil, acrylic, watercolor and tempera painting techniques. Emphasis will be placed on learning to see and mix color, as well as the use of […]

Jul 09, 2016|

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ART 241 PRINTMAKING: INTAGLIO AND RELIEF

3 Credits, 5 Contacts
This course is an introduction to the print techniques of etching, aquatint, dry point, woodcut, and linoleum cut. The student will have opportunity to prepare plates and blocks for printing. All aspects of the printing process will be covered. A survey of print aesthetics will also be included.
 
Prerequisite: None

Jul 08, 2016|

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ART 242 WATERCOLOR I

3 Credits, 5 Contacts
This course is a survey of the application, techniques, and limitations of watercolor as a representational painting medium. Students will experiment with a variety of traditional and contemporary watercolor processes. Included will be a survey of historical use of watercolor in fine art.
 
Prerequisite: None

Jul 07, 2016|

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ART 243 WATERCOLOR II

3 Credits, 5 Contacts
This is an advanced course in the application, techniques, and limitations of watercolor as a representational painting medium. Students will further experiment with a variety of traditional and contemporary watercolor processes. Included will be a survey of historical use of watercolor in fine art.
 
Prerequisite: ART 242

Jul 06, 2016|

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ART 244 OIL PAINTING I

3 Credits, 5 Contacts
This is an introductory course in oil painting which will examine the traditional oil painting techniques of imprimitura, under-painting, over- painting and glazing. Oil painting materials, pigments, and mediums will be explored in depth. Included will be a survey of the historical and contemporary use of oil paint in fine art.
 
Prerequisite: […]

Jul 05, 2016|

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