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Foundations

AR 12043

This course is an introductory studio class which introduces the basic concepts of two-dimensional visual design and how the concepts are used in the composition and creation of works of art.  Through various media and techniques and conceptualization, the elements and principles of design are studied and applied as students create works that express each of the design concepts.

 

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Drawing I

AR 12003

This course is an introductory studio class in the discipline of drawing.  It involves the investigation and application of various linear approaches to creativity using a variety of media including pencil, charcoal, pastels, chalk, crayon, and pen & ink.  Still-life and objects from nature are emphasized as subject matter.

 

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Drawing II

AR 12013

This course is an intermediate studio class which continues the study of the discipline of drawing.  It expands the investigation and application of various linear approaches to creativity by exploring the visual characteristics of different objects and materials regarding texture and structure.  Special emphasis is placed on understanding historical drawing styles as inspiration for the development of a personally expressive linear style.

Prerequisite: AR 12003 Drawing I

 

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Drawing III

AR 22063

This studio class provides advanced study in the discipline of drawing.  Experimental techniques, creative expressiveness and stylistic development are emphasized.  Portfolio compilation, analytical critiques, and art exhibit preparation are integral to the course.

Prerequisite: AR 12013 Drawing II

 

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Printmaking I

AR 22033

This course is an introductory studio class for Printmaking.  This course will involve a variety of different printmaking techniques such as dry point, woodcut, linocut reduction, and monotype.  The course will also involve learning how to create editions through reproduction, mixing ink and linking the matrix, using the various tools safely, paper handling and press safety and management.  Discovery, investigation, conceptual thought, discussion, critique, and application of various approaches will allow for the individual student to create art using new techniques and craft and also to apply critical though to assessing their art and their fellow artists.

 

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Printmaking II

AR 22083

This course is an intermediate studio class for Printmaking.  Printmaking II enhances the skills learned in Printmaking I and introduces more advanced printmaking techniques such as pronto-plate lithography, large-scale monotype, and large scale relief.  The course will also involve learning advanced methods of color mixing, additive and reductive inking methods, how to create larger editions of prints in terms of size and scale, printmaking tool safety, large-scale paper handling, large-scale work, new conceptual thought, discussion, critique, and application of various approaches will allow for the individual student to create art using advanced techniques and craft learned in the class.  Critical thought will also be applied in assessing their art and the art of fellow artists.

Prerequisite: AR 22033 Printmaking I

 

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Watercolor I

AR 12023

This course is an introductory studio class which explores the techniques and various means of expression possible with watercolor paint.  Different materials and approaches to the application of water-based pigment are investigated.  The learning model for the course is experimental with the focus on process rather than product.  Subject matter emphasis is on still life and objects from nature.  Nonobjective results and collage are also explored.

 

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Comics and Sequential Art I

AR 12053

This course is an introductory studio class for comics and sequential art.  This course will involve a variety of different techniques involved in the creation of comic books ranging from pen and ink, ink brush, and hand-lettering.  The course will also involve learning how to form a story and visual narrative through your created comics and comic strips.  Discovery, investigation, creative writing, discussion, studying past comics, and application of various techniques will allow for the student to observe new techniques in creating their visual works and also apply critical thought to assessing their comics and their fellow artists works as well.

 

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