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ART100 Basic Design Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to the elements and principles of visual design. Includes identifying and interpreting creative problems; emphasizing art and design skills; writing reviews of gallery visits/museum visits/artist lecturers; articulating and demonstrating progressive skills in their own work; participating in individual and group critiques; and relating their work on a conceptual, interpersonal and global level.
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Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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ART105 Exploring Art and Visual Culture Credit Hours: 3.00
Exploration of historical and contemporary art and the visual image within the context of culture. Includes selective perception; formal analysis; materials and techniques; art in a historical framework; visual culture; meaning and value in art and visual culture; and high and low culture art. Also includes contemporary issues; traditional and contemporary themes in art; museums, galleries, and public spaces; and process, form, and content in making art.
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Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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ART106 Survey of Painting Materials and Techniques Credit Hours: 3.00
Technical and theoretical investigation of the most prominent painting methods from Ancient Greece to the present. Includes materials used in painting, the fresco and encaustic techniques, the glair technique, the egg tempera technique, the indirect and direct oil techniques, and the watercolor technique.
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Offered: May not be offered this year, check class schedule.
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ART109 Watercolor Painting Credit Hours: 3.00
Introductory course in watercolor painting that explores basic materials, techniques, and development of students' personal style. Includes the use of washes, wet-in-wet, dry brush, color mixing, and value. Also includes design, principles of composition, space, and form.
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Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART110 Drawing I SUN# ART1111 Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to drawing. Includes drawing and design problems, varied use of materials and techniques, perceptual skills, critique processes with critical thinking for personal growth, analysis of professional art events or galleries, and portfolio creation.
Prerequisite(s): ART 100.
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Information: Prerequisites may be waived with consent of instructor.
Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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ART115 Color and Composition Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to recognizing color principles and relationships and analyzing duplicating colors. Includes value scale, color wheel, intensity, color relationships, transparency, dimension, luminosity, and creative projects.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 before enrolling in this course.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART120 Sculptural Design SUN# ART1115 Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to sculpture and three-dimensional design. Includes concepts and approaches, content development, visual literacy, critical analysis, art elements, exploration of a range of media and techniques, and basic sculptural design lab procedures.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 before enrolling in this course.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART121 Figure Sculpture Credit Hours: 3.00
Beginning modeling techniques using clay and other media working partly from anatomical references and partly from the model. Includes visual literacy and critical analysis, range of media, approaches to figurative sculpture, technical understanding in working with human anatomy, content, and safety.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 120 and 213 before enrolling in this course.
Information: There may be additional supply costs in addition to course fees.
Offered: Summer.
Course Outline This course is not offered in the current Schedule of Classes.
 
ART123 Lost Wax Sculpture Casting Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to metal casting of sculpture with emphasis on the ceramic shell method of moldmaking, historical and contemporary issues in cast sculpture, and individual artistic expression. Includes major techniques, health and safety issues, verbalization of visual perceptions, project variations, and content.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 before enrolling in this course.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART128 Digital Photography I Credit Hours: 4.00
Introduction to digital photography emphasizing the technical and aesthetic issues and how these qualities form image content. Includes Adobe Photoshop basics, history of still photography, applications of digital cameras, aspects of the digital medium, camera and computer equipment requirements, digital still camera, memory and file formats, digital still camera lenses, and proper exposure. Also includes light, color, and temperature; depth of field, shutter speed effects, proper use of digital photography, lighting for digital stills, elements of composition, photographic rendering and reality, outputting and publishing, portfolio preparation, and career options in digital photography.
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Recommendation: Completion of DAR 051 and Adobe Photoshop experience before enrolling in this course.
Information: Same as DAR 128. It is recommended students have access to a digital camera with manual exposure control and a computer with image processing software. Professional photographic equipment, including cameras, are available for check out on a rotating basis. Professional quality computers, software, printers, lighting equipment, and studio will be provided for specific assignments. There will be additional supply costs beyond course fees.
Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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ART130 Art and Culture: Prehistoric through Gothic SUN# ART1101 Credit Hours: 3.00
A survey of the development of art and architecture in Western Civilization from prehistoric through Gothic art with the inclusion of a global perspective. Includes identification and interpretation of cultural and stylistic characteristics, contextual functions and purposes of works of art, influences of cultural values on the production of art, art historical terminology, exemplars of non-Western culture, and critical methodologies.
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Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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ART131 Art and Culture: Late Gothic through Modern Periods SUN# ART1102 Credit Hours: 3.00
Continuation of ART 130. Includes western civilization's major contribution to the development of sculpture, painting, and architecture from the Renaissance into the twentieth century.
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Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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ART133 Art in America Credit Hours: 3.00
Introductory survey of American art from the colonial period to the present as well as European and global influences. Includes characteristics of American art, cultural conditions surrounding historical periods, influences on art production, surrounding cultural production, unique contributions of diverse cultural groups, and critical methodologies.
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Offered: May not be offered this year, check class schedule.
Course Outline This course is not offered in the current Schedule of Classes.
 
ART135 Pre-Columbian Art Credit Hours: 3.00
Anthropological and art historical survey of the indigenous cultures of the Americas from the earliest times to the period of the Spanish conquest. Includes non-Western art and Western gaze, humanity in the Americas, art and architecture of the Pre-Columbian Andes, art and architecture of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, and North American indigenous art and architecture.
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Offered: May not be offered this year, check class schedule.
Course Outline This course is not offered in the current Schedule of Classes.
 
ART136 Body and Art Credit Hours: 3.00
A visual cultural exploration of how humans utilize the body as a vehicle for communicating and displaying personal and group identities. Includes anthropological and art historical study of types of permanent and temporary body decorations, masks, and performance; and the ethical issues surrounding the study and use of imagery within and between cultures. Also includes the conceptual examination of global examples and an overview of practical projects to demonstrate the continued vitality of each mode of expression.
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Information: Same as ANT 136.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART140 Photography I Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to black and white photography as an art form with an emphasis on fundamental technique of the camera and wet darkroom. Includes manual camera competencies, manual film development, basic darkroom procedures, portfolio building, visual literacy and critical analysis, and the role of photography.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 before enrolling in this course.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART141 Photography II Credit Hours: 3.00
Principles and processes of intermediate black and white photography. Includes use of various types of camera formats, development of film, creating a series, individual darkroom space, advanced darkroom techniques, portfolio production, exhibition presentation, copy slide production, and verbalization of visual perceptions.
Prerequisite(s): ART 140.
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Information: Student is required to submit a portfolio for review.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART146 Lighting for Photography I Credit Hours: 4.00
Introduction to creative professional lighting concepts and techniques for commercial and fine art photography. Includes lighting and studio equipment, light qualities, lighting for form, lighting for surface qualities, still- life photography, portrait photography, image composition, critical analysis, and portfolio.
Prerequisite(s): ART/DAR 128.
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Information: Students are strongly recommended to own or have access to a digital camera with manual exposure control and a computer with image processing software. Professional quality cameras, computers and software, printers, lighting equipment and studio will be provided for specific assignments. There may be additional supply costs in addition to course fees. Same as DAR 146.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART147 Alternative Processes in Photography Credit Hours: 3.00
Designed for the advanced image maker interested in expanding knowledge of alternative photographic processes. Includes enlarging negatives for contact printing, nineteenth century processes, twentieth century processes, darkroom materials, and artwork presentation.
Prerequisite(s): ART 128 or 140.
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Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART160 Ceramics I Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to ceramics. Includes beginning handbuilding techniques and methods of fabrication, wheel throwing and trimming, projects involving formal elements, beginning ceramic techniques, reduction firing, raku firing, ceramic artist research, discussion, and exploration topics.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 before enrolling in this course or concurrent enrollment.
Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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ART170 Metalwork I: Jewelry Credit Hours: 3.00
Exploration of the basic techniques and design approaches used in the fabrication of jewelry and other metalwork. Includes information and background on historical and contemporary metalwork and jewelry, and techniques and processes of jewelry and metalwork.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 before enrolling in this course.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART175 Ferrous Metalwork: Blacksmithing, Tool Making/Knife Making Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to the materials, design, techniques, safety habits, and methods used in ferrous metalwork. Includes basic tools, processes, and techniques of blacksmithing; layout and design of projects; metals lab procedures; metallurgical theory; metalworking skills and concepts for tool making; tool design; steps in blade making; knife handle forming; and forging methods.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 is recommended before enrolling in this course.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART180 Weaving I: Four-Harness Loom Credit Hours: 3.00
Weaving on a four-harness loom. Includes projects involving color, texture, patterns, and the use of tabby, twill, tubular, textural, and tapestry weaves in the creation of fiber art and creative and functional objects.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 before enrolling in this course.
Offered: Fall.
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ART181 Mixed Media Fibers Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to fiber as an art medium. Includes fiber processes such as basketry, crochet, macrame, plaiting, surface design, and mixed media, which are used to create artistic compositions.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 before enrolling is this course.
Offered: Spring.
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ART210 Drawing II Credit Hours: 3.00
Continuation of ART 110. Includes strengthening of drawing and critical thinking skills. Also includes intermediate drawing and design problems; intermediate use of materials and techniques; perceptual skill and personal development; critique process; engagement and analysis of professional art events or galleries; and portfolio creation.
Prerequisite(s): ART 110.
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Information: Prerequisite(s) may be waived with consent of instructor.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART212 Printmaking I Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to basic aesthetics and techniques of printmaking. Includes intaglio etching, relief printing, and monotypes.
Prerequisite(s): ART 100.
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Information: Prerequisites may be waived with consent of instructor.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART213 Life Drawing Credit Hours: 3.00
Drawing of human figures using the two-dimension concept as a graphic vehicle of expression. Includes gesture and contour drawing, varied time length poses, drawing problems, variety of materials, and individual and group critiques of work.
Prerequisite(s): ART 100.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 110 before enrolling in this course.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART214 Printmaking II Credit Hours: 3.00
Continuation of ART 212. Includes advanced problems in aesthetics and techniques of intaglio etching, relief printing, monotype techniques, and alternative and non- traditional approaches to printmaking.
Prerequisite(s): ART 212.
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Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART215 Painting I Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to the fundamentals of oil painting. Includes basic painting techniques and processes, manipulation of compositional elements and formal and contemporary pictorial organization in various genres, surface preparation, personal direction and artistic expression, and health and safety in the painting studio.
Prerequisite(s): ART 110.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 115 before enrolling in this course.
Information: Prerequisite(s) may be waived with consent of instructor.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART216 Screenprinting I Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to screenprinting using water base and inks. Includes screen construction, direct stencil techniques, photographic techniques, one-color printing, multicolor printing and registration, overview of the types of printing papers, and final presentation.
Prerequisite(s): ART 100.
Course Corequisites:
Information: Prerequisite(s) may be waived with consent of instructor.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART217 Painting II Credit Hours: 3.00
Continuation of ART 215. Includes intermediate development and reinforcement of basic oil painting techniques and processes, development of compositional elements and formal pictorial organization, manipulation of pictorial elements, artistic expression, and health and safety in the painting studio.
Prerequisite(s): ART 215.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 115 before enrolling in this course.
Information: Prerequisite(s) may be waived with consent of instructor.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART218 Screenprinting II Credit Hours: 3.00
Continuation of ART 216. Includes equipment orientation, advanced stencil-making techniques, printing, and types of printing papers.
Prerequisite(s): ART 216.
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Information: Students may select areas of interest for concentration and refinement of skills.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART219 Printmaking III Credit Hours: 3.00
Continuation of ART 214. Includes experimentation with intaglio, multi-color possibilities with non-traditional compositions, relief and intaglio multi-processes, monoprint with multiple plates, and critical analysis.
Prerequisite(s): ART 214.
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Offered: Spring.
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ART220 Sculpture Credit Hours: 3.00
Exploration of methods, materials, and content used in sculpture. Includes art elements, art principles, media and technique, sculpture lab procedures, content issues, projects, and visual literacy and critical analysis.
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Information: ART 120 or consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART230 History of Photography Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to the history of photography from 1839 to contemporary schools. Includes development of the technical aspects of photography, styles, movements and its relationship to artistic and cultural heritage.
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Offered: May not be offered this year, check class schedule.
Course Outline This course is not offered in the current Schedule of Classes.
 
ART232 Digital Photography II Credit Hours: 4.00
Continuation of ART/DAR 128. Includes intermediate digital cameras with manual functions, intermediate digital darkroom and digital output, quality of light, intermediate image composition, multiple images, intermediate portfolio development, and critical analysis. Also includes the intermediate use of state-of-the-art professional quality computers and image processing software, professional digital cameras, printers, and a lighting studio with professional lighting equipment.
Prerequisite(s): ART/DAR 128.
Course Corequisites:
Recommendation: Completion of DAR 221 before enrolling in this course.
Information: Same as DAR 232. The prerequisite may be waived with consent of the instructor. It is recommended students have access to a digital camera with manual exposure control and a computer with image processing software. Professional photographic equipment, including cameras, are available for check out on a rotating basis. Professional quality computers, software, printers, lighting equipment, and studio will be provided for specific assignments. There will be additional supply costs beyond course fees.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
Course Outline Schedule of Classes
 
ART233 Digital Photography III Credit Hours: 4.00
Continuation of ART/DAR 232. Includes digital capture and image acquisition, advanced digital darkroom and digital output, advanced image composition, advanced multiple images integration, advanced portfolio development, and advanced critical analysis. Also includes the advanced use of state-of-the-art professional quality computers and image processing software, professional digital cameras, scanners, printers and projectors.
Prerequisite(s): ART/DAR 232, DAR 221.
Course Corequisites:
Recommendation: Completion of DAR 222 before enrolling in this course.
Information: Same as DAR 233. The prerequisite may be waived with consent of the instructor. It is recommended students have access to a digital camera with manual exposure control and a computer with image processing software. Professional photographic equipment, including cameras are available for check out on a rotating basis. Professional quality computers, software, printers, lighting equipment, and studio will be provided for specific assignment. There will be additional supply costs beyond course fees.
Offered: Spring.
Course Outline This course is not offered in the current Schedule of Classes.
 
ART246 Lighting for Photography II Credit Hours: 4.00
Continuation of ART/DAR 146. Includes lighting and equipment for studio and location, advanced lighting qualities and techniques, photographing with mixed light sources, lighting for mood and environment, set design and construction, photographing individuals and groups of people, photographing on location, photographing for montage images, advanced image composition, critical analysis, business practices, and portfolios.
Prerequisite(s): ART/DAR 146.
Course Corequisites:
Information: Students are strongly recommended to own or have access to a digital camera with manual exposure control and a computer with image processing software. Professional quality cameras, computers and software, printers, lighting equipment and studio will be provided for specific assignments. There may be additional supply costs in addition to course fees. Same as DAR 246.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART248 Individual Projects in Photography Credit Hours: 3.00
Individual projects in photography at the advanced level. Includes defining a body of work, applying visual presentation formats, editioning a print, and equipment and technical photographic skills.
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Information: Consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course.
Information: May be taken four times for a maximum of twelve credit hours.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART249 Artists' Books Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to the basics of the various styles of bookmaking. Includes historical and contemporary practices, bookbinding techniques, book styles, materials, text and image, unique and multiple edition book runs, and critique of artists' books.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 before enrolling in this course.
Offered: Spring.
Course Outline This course is not offered in the current Schedule of Classes.
 
ART250 Gallery and Museum Practices Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to practices and procedures of galleries and museums. Includes management of student gallery spaces on campus. Also includes community involvement with local business.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 before enrolling in this course.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART260 Ceramics II Credit Hours: 3.00
Continuation of ART 160. Includes intermediate handbuilding techniques and methods of fabrication, wheel throwing and trimming, projects involving formal elements, intermediate ceramic techniques, reduction firing, raku firing, plaster press mold, ceramic artist research, and discussion and exploration topics.
Prerequisite(s): ART 160.
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Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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ART261 Ceramics III Credit Hours: 3.00
Continuation of ART 260. Includes intermediate and advanced handbuilding techniques and methods of fabrication, wheel throwing and trimming, projects involving formal elements, intermediate and advanced ceramic techniques, reduction firing, raku firing, plaster press mold, ceramic artist research, and discussion and exploration topics.
Prerequisite(s): ART 260.
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Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART262 Ceramics IV Credit Hours: 3.00
Continuation of ART 261. Includes advanced handbuilding techniques and methods of fabrication, wheel throwing and trimming, projects involving formal elements, advanced ceramic techniques, reduction firing, raku firing, plaster press mold, ceramic artist research, and discussion and exploration topics.
Prerequisite(s): ART 261.
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Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART265 Furnace Glassblowing I Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to the elements, tools, and basic principles of furnace glassblowing. Includes the glassblowing studio and cold working shop orientation, paperweights and solid glass forms, the blowpipe, cold working glass, a final project, and visual literacy and critical analysis.
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Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 before enrolling in this course.
Information: Consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course. This course requires a substantial special fee through Sonoran Glass Art Academy. Please contact the Arts, Communications and Humanities Division at the West Campus (206-6974) for further information.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
Course Outline Schedule of Classes
 
ART266 Furnace Glassblowing II Credit Hours: 3.00
Continuation of ART 265. Includes a review of the glassblowing studio and cold working shop orientation, advanced techniques with hollow and solid glass forms, continued development of blowpipe skills, refinement of cold working glass methods, final project, and visual literacy and critical analysis.
Prerequisite(s): ART 265.
Course Corequisites:
Information: Consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course. This course requires a substantial special fee through Sonoran Glass Art Academy. Please contact the Arts, Communications and Humanities Division at the West Campus (206-6974) for further information.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
Course Outline Schedule of Classes
 
ART270 Metalwork II: Jewelry Credit Hours: 3.00
Continuation of ART 170. Includes design approaches to jewelry making, review of various intermediate techniques, functional considerations involved in jewerly design, and safety and health issues.
Prerequisite(s): ART 170.
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Offered: Spring.
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ART271 Metalwork II: Smithing and Casting Credit Hours: 3.00
Design and production of jewelry and metal objects. Includes design approaches to metalwork, review or various intermediate techniques, functional considerations involved in smithing and casting, and safety and health issues.
Prerequisite(s): ART 170.
Course Corequisites:
Offered: May not be offered this year, check class schedule.
Course Outline This course is not offered in the current Schedule of Classes.
 
ART280 Weaving II Credit Hours: 3.00
Continuation of ART 180. Includes study and exercises using four-eight harness pattern weaves and advanced creative projects. Students may select areas of interest for in-depth exploration.
Prerequisite(s): ART 180.
Course Corequisites:
Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 is recommended before enrolling in this course.
Information: May be taken four times for a maximum of twelve credit hours.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
Course Outline Schedule of Classes
 
ART288 Portfolio Preparation Credit Hours: 3.00
Overview of the development and marketing of a professional portfolio. Includes definition and evaluation of coherent bodies of work, documentation of work, preparation of portfolio production, production of a portfolio, parts of a portfolio, and marketing.
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Recommendation: For advanced students who have completed coursework in their specific areas.
Information: Portfolio concentrations will be determined in a conference between student and instructor.
Information: Same as FDC 288.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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ART296I1 Independent Study in ART: Art History Credit Hours: 3.00
Advanced projects in art history. Content to be determined by conference between student and instructor.
Prerequisite(s):
Course Corequisites:
Information: Consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course.
Information: May be taken four times for a maximum of twelve credit hours.
Offered: May not be offered this year, check class schedule.
Course Outline This course is not offered in the current Schedule of Classes.
 
ART296I2 Independent Study in ART: Ceramics Credit Hours: 3.00
Advanced projects in ceramics. Content to be determined by conference between student and instructor.
Prerequisite(s):
Course Corequisites:
Information: Consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course.
Information: May be taken four times for a maximum of twelve credit hours.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
Course Outline Schedule of Classes
 
ART296I3 Independent Study in ART: Metals Credit Hours: 3.00
Advanced projects in metals. Content to be determined by conference between student and instructor.
Prerequisite(s):
Course Corequisites:
Information: Consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course.
Information: May be taken four times for a maximum of twelve credit hours.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
Course Outline This course is not offered in the current Schedule of Classes.
 
ART296I4 Independent Study in ART: Painting, Drawing, and Design Credit Hours: 3.00
Advanced projects in painting, drawing, and design. Content to be determined by conference between student and instructor.
Prerequisite(s):
Course Corequisites:
Information: Consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course.
Information: May be taken four times for a maximum of twelve credit hours.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
Course Outline Schedule of Classes
 
ART296I5 Independent Study in ART: Photography Credit Hours: 3.00
Advanced projects in photography. Content to be determined by conference between student and instructor.
Prerequisite(s):
Course Corequisites:
Information: Consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course.
Information: May be taken four times for a maximum of twelve credit hours.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
Course Outline Schedule of Classes
 
ART296I6 Independent Study in ART: Printmaking Credit Hours: 3.00
Advanced projects in printmaking. Content to be determined by conference between student and instructor.
Prerequisite(s):
Course Corequisites:
Information: Consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course.
Information: May be taken four times for a maximum of twelve credit hours.
Offered: May not be offered this year, check class schedule.
Course Outline This course is not offered in the current Schedule of Classes.
 
ART296I7 Independent Study in ART: Sculpture Credit Hours: 3.00
Advanced projects in sculpture. Content to be determined by conference between student and instructor.
Prerequisite(s):
Course Corequisites:
Information: Consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course.
Information: May be taken four times for a maximum of twelve credit hours.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
Course Outline Schedule of Classes
 
ART296I8 Independent Study in ART: Fibers Credit Hours: 3.00
Advanced projects in fibers. Content to be determined by conference between student and instructor.
Prerequisite(s):
Course Corequisites:
Information: Consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course.
Information: May be taken four times for a maximum of twelve credit hours.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
Course Outline Schedule of Classes
 
ART296I9 Independent Study in ART: Glass Credit Hours: 3.00
Advanced projects in glass. Content to be determined by conference between student and instructor.
Prerequisite(s):
Course Corequisites:
Information: Consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course. May be taken four times for a maximum of twelve credit hours. This course requires a substantial special fee through Sonoran Glass Art Academy. Please contact the Arts, Communications and Humanities Division at the West Campus (206-6974) for further information.
Offered: May not be offered this year, check class schedule.
Course Outline This course is not offered in the current Schedule of Classes.