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ART 1102 DRAWING STUDIO (5)Studies the use of line, perspective, value and composition in the
context of drawing as visual description based on observation and analysis of various motifs.
Emphasizes linear drawing. Extra fee. Attributes: Arts and Humanities A and Fine Arts Option. Class
not open to juniors and seniors.

ART 1103 DRAWING STUDIO (5) Studies the use of line, perspective, value and composition in the
context of drawing as visual description based on observation and analysis of various motifs.
Emphasizes tonal drawing. Extra fee. Attribute: Fine Arts Option. Class not open to juniors and
seniors.

ART 1104 DRAWING STUDIO (5) Studies the use of line, perspective, value and composition in the
context of drawing as visual description based on observation and analysis of various motifs.
Emphasizes composition of the pictorial space. Extra fee. Attribute: Fine Arts Option. Class not open to
juniors and seniors.

ART 1202 DESIGN STUDIO (5) Applies the elements and principles of visual arts and design to
projects in a variety of media emphasizing practical design problems. Emphasizes two-dimensional
design. Extra fee.

ART 1203 DESIGN STUDIO (5) Applies the elements and principles of visual arts and design to
projects in a variety of media emphasizing practical design problems. Emphasizes three-dimensional
design. Extra fee.


ART 1205 DESIGN STUDIO COLOR (5) Presents an overview of the study of color and color
relationships. Emphasis will be placed on the seven color contrasts as defined by Itten in The Elements
of Color. Students will work with both paint and computer systems. Class open to art majors. Class
open to freshman and sophomores.

ART 2201 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER ART (3) Prerequisites: ART 1102, 1103, 1202, 1203
and 1204. Overview and exploration of the rudimentary use of digital media as it relates to the
production of visual communications. Extra fee. Registration Approval: Instructor.

Art 2205 Metals Studio  (3)

ART 2302 PAINTING STUDIO - WATER SOLUBLE OIL
(5) Analyzes problems in two-dimensional
composition and the expression of volume on the two-dimensional plane emphasizing materials and
techniques of water-soluble oil painting. Extra fee. Attributes: Arts and Humanities A and Fine Arts
Option.

ART 2421 PRINTMAKING STUDIO (3) Studies graphic art with projects in several printing media,
including relief and intaglio processes in woodcut, linocut, drypoint and etching and mono-print. Extra
fee. Class not open to freshmen.

Art 2722  Sculpture Studio  (5)

ART 3112 DRAWING STUDIO - FIGURE
(3) Registration Approval: Instructor. Prerequisites: ART
1102, 1103, 1104. Studies the problems of anatomical structure with sketching and drawing from the
draped model. Extra fee. Attribute: Upper Division. Class open to art majors. Class not open to
freshmen.

ART 3603 HISTORY OF EARLY CHRISTIAN AND MEDIEVAL ART
(5) Explores the symbolic,
pictorial and plastic expressions of the Early Christian and Medieval periods. Offered alternate years
Attributes: Arts and Humanities A, Fine Arts Option and Upper Division. Class not open to freshmen
and sophomores.

ART 3604 HISTORY OF RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE ART (5) Explores the symbolic, pictorial
and plastic expression of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Offered alternate years. Attributes:
Arts and Humanities A, Fine Arts Option and Upper Division. Class not open to freshmen and
sophomores.

ART 3605 HISTORY OF MODERN ART (5) Explores the plastic and pictorial expression of Europe
and America from the 18th century to the present particularly emphasizing 20th century development.
Offered alternate years. Attributes: Arts and Humanities A, Fine Arts Option and Upper Division. Class
not open to freshmen and sophomores.

ART 3606 HISTORY OF ASIAN ART (5) Examines the art forms of Japan, Korea, China, India and
Indian Asia. Offered alternate years. Attributes: Arts and Humanities A, Fine Arts Option and Upper
Division. Class not open to freshmen and sophomores.

ART 3607 HISTORY OF AMERICAN ART (5) Provides a survey of American art from Colonial times
to the present, covering architecture, painting and sculpture. Offered alternate years. Attributes: Arts
and Humanities A, Fine Arts Option and Upper Division. Class not open to freshmen and sophomores.

ART 3610 HISTORY OF GRAPHIC DESIGN (5) Registration Approval: Instructor. Survey of
historical roots of typography, illustration and graphic design to the present. Issues, ideas and
designer/artists act as vehicles for investigation. Attributes: Upper Division and Writing Course. Class
open to art majors. Class not open to freshmen and sophomores.

ART 3722 SCULPTURE STUDIO - ADVANCED I (3) Prerequisite: ART 2722 or permission of
instructor. Studies in development of composition and process with emphasis on refining media
appropriate to conceptual development. Extra fee. Attribute: Upper Division. Class not open to
freshmen and sophomores.

ART 4112 FIGURE DRAWING - ADVANCED (3) Registration Approval: Instructor. Prerequisites:
ART 1102, 1103, 1104 and 3112. Advanced studies of sketching and drawing from the draped model.
Extra fee. May be repeated for credit up to 6 credits. Attribute: Upper Division. Class not open to
freshmen and sophomores.

ART 4302 PAINTING STUDIO - ADVANCED II (3) Registration Approval: Instructor. Prerequisites:
ART 2302, 3302. Extra fee. May be repeated for credit two times. Attribute: Upper Division. Class
open to visual arts majors. Class open to juniors and seniors.

ART 4421 PRINTMAKING STUDIO - ADVANCED II (3) Prerequisites: ART 2421, 3421 or
permission of instructor. Studies graphic art with projects in several of the printing media, including
woodcut, serigraph and collagraph. Extra fee. May be repeated for credit one time. Attribute: Upper
Division. Class not open to freshmen and sophomores.

ART 4422 METALS STUDIO - ADVANCED II (3) Prerequisites: ART 2422, 3422 or permission of
instructor. Teaches the raising, soldering and forging of metals into utensils and decorative forms such
as jewelry. Emphasizes casting. Extra fee. May be repeated for credit two times. Attribute: Upper
Division. Class not open to freshmen and sophomores.

ART 4428 CERAMICS STUDIO - WHEEL II (3) Prerequisite: ART 3428 or permission of instructor.
Explores the design and construction of pottery. Projects include wheel processes of construction,
glazing and loading and firing the kiln. Emphasizes advanced wheel. Extra fee. May be repeated for
credit two times. Attributes: Arts and Humanities A, Fine Arts Option and Upper Division. Class not
open to freshmen.

ART 4608 ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY ART (3) A study of art produced since 1970 focusing on
current art movements and their relationship to changing societal values. May be repeated for credit
one time. Attributes: Upper Division and Writing Course. Class not open to freshmen and sophomores.

ART 4722 SCULPTURE STUDIO - ADVANCED II (3) Prerequisite: ART 3722 or permission of
instructor. Studies of three-dimensional form and composition with emphasis on site-specific
sculpture, installation art and art in the public place. Extra fee.May be repeated for credit two times.
Attribute: Upper Division. Class not open to freshmen and sophomores.

ART 4900 INDEPENDENT STUDY (1-5) Registration Approval: Independent Study Agreement.
Student works independently with a faculty member on a mutually agreed upon topic. May be
repeated for credit up to 15 credits. Attribute: Upper Division.

ART 4910 SENIOR SEMINAR AND EXHIBITION (1) Prerequisite: Senior standing with a major in
art or permission of instructor. Deals with preparation of the senior exhibition and explores the
problems of setting up a studio and working professionally. Attribute: Upper Division. Class open to
fine and applied arts and visual arts majors. Class not open to freshmen, sophomores and juniors.

ART 4920 READINGS IN ART (1-5) Registration Approval: Independent Study Agreement. May be
repeated for credit up to 15 credits. Attributes: Upper Division and Writing Course. Class open to
visual arts majors. Class not open to freshmen, sophomores and juniors.

ART 4943 ART INTERNSHIP (1-5) Registration Approval: Intern Learning Contract Req. An
opportunity for art students to gain additional proficiency and experience in an approved project of the
student’s own design. May be repeated for credit up to 20 credits. Attribute: Upper Division. Class not
open to freshmen and sophomores.

ART 4950 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ART (1-5) Registration Approval: Instructor. May be repeated for
credit up to 15 credits. Attribute: Upper Division. Class open to visual arts majors. Class not open to
freshmen, sophomores and juniors.

ART 4966 SENIOR STUDIO PROJECT (1) Senior self designs and completes over the academic
year a visual arts project that will form the core of the work they display in the Senior Exhibition.
Students must register for this course for each quarter of their senior year. May be repeated for credit
up to 5 credits. Attribute: Upper Division. Class open to fine and applied arts and visual arts majors.
Class not open to freshmen, sophomores and juniors.

 

 
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