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ART 110. Art Appreciation. 3-3-0. Forms, functions, and the vocabulary of art illustrated with examples from the visual arts. Emphasis on understanding and appreciation. Illustrated lectures with slides, video, and class discussion. (50.0703)

ART 111. Honors Art Appreciation. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: Honors standing. Introduction to the visual arts. History of architecture, painting, sculpture, ceramics, drawing, printmaking, photography, and graphic design. (50.0701)

ART 162. Travel Abroad Photography. 3-0-6. Photo field study course will be completed while traveling in Europe. Students will receive instruction on basic camera skills as a means of recording people, places, and objects to define the cultural, geographic, and/or historic aspects of each country visited. (50.0701)

ART 180. Major Art Monuments and Collections. 3-0-6. For students enrolled in special programs of study permitting the evaluation of art monuments and collections in their cultural context. Lectures, on-site experience and assignments. May be repeated for credit once if content differs. (50.0703)

ART 201. Beginning Drawing. 3-0-6. Traditional observational drawing of objects and still life compositions through exercises in line and/or value with media such as pen and ink, pencil, and charcoal. (50.0705)

ART 211. Beginning Painting. 3-0-6. Traditional materials and methods of oil painting including surface preparation, color mixing, and direct and indirect approaches to painting. (50.0708)

ART 221. Beginning Printmaking. 3-0-6. Survey of printmaking processes, techniques and materials. Work in black and white and limited color. (50.0710)

ART 231. Beginning Ceramics. 3-0-6. Basic techniques of working in clay with emphasis on handbuilding, clay making, glazing, and introduction of potter wheel. (50.0711)

ART 240. Sculptural and Three-Dimensional Design. 3-0-6. Principles, concepts, and production of three-dimensional art with emphasis on sculptural materials, techniques, and processes. (50.0709)

ART 251. Beginning Design. 3-0-6. Design fundamentals. Systematic approaches to creative problem solving in areas of visual organization. (50.0402)

ART 252. Color Design. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: C or better in ART 251. Problems designed to explore theories and effects of color.  (50.0701)

ART 254. Graphic Design I. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: C or better in ART 251; Recommended: ART 201 and 261. Translating objects into various graphic styles, letterform design, and introduction to computer graphics. (50.0701)

ART 261. Beginning Photography. 3-0-6.   Black-and-white film photography with emphasis on technical and aesthetic proficiency utilizing traditional darkroom processes.   Introduction to film scanning and basics of Adobe Photoshop.   Student must supply manual 35mm film camera. (50.0605)

ART 280. Art History:Ancient Art. 3-3-0. Survey of the visual arts and architecture of various world cultures from 15,000 B.C. – 1 A.D. Slide illustrated lectures, readings, assignments. (50.0703)

ART 281. Art History: Non-Western Art. 3-3-0. Survey of the visual arts and architecture of various world cultures from 1 A.D. – 1300 A.D. Slide illustrated lectures, readings and assignments. (50.0703)

ART 282. Art History: Italian Renaissance Art. 3-3-0. Survey of the visual arts and architecture of various world cultures from 1300 – 1900. Slide illustrated lectures, readings, and assignments. (50.0703)

ART 301. Intermediate Drawing. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: C or better in ART 201 and 252. Development of perceptual, compositional, and mark-making skills through the rigorous study of line and value using the still life and figure. (50.0705)

ART 302. Figure Drawing. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: C or better in ART 201 and 252. The objective of this course is to explore the relationship between drawing and anatomy and to understand the bone and muscle structures of anatomy. (50.0705)

ART 303. Intermediate Drawing Workshop. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 301. Use of a variety of media and approaches to develop representational abstract and non-objective images. Emphasis placed on using preparatory drawings to develop finished pieces. (50.0705)

ART 304. Art and Design for Elementary and Secondary Classroom Application. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: C or better in ART 251 and junior standing. For art and art education majors only. Classroom techniques, methods, and problem-solving in various media and art history for teaching at the elementary and secondary level. (50.0402)

ART 308. Papermaking. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: C or better in ART 201 and 252. Survey of paper making techniques. This course will include pulp preparation using processed fibers and plant materials, use of moulds and the vacuum table for sheet forming, and three dimensional construction. Drawing, printing, and painting techniques will be incorporated. (50.0799)

ART 311. Intermediate Painting. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: C or better in ART 201, 211, 252. Investigation of conceptual and thematic problems based on historical models with the intent of producing individual expressions. May be repeated for credit if content differs. (50.0708)

ART 313. Intermediate Painting Workshop. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 311. Conceptual and thematic problems emphasizing the intrinsic nature and possibilities of opaque painting mediums, composition, and the development of personal artistic direction. (50.0708)

ART 325. Relief Printing. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: C or better in ART 201, 221 and 252. Studio work in relief printing processes using color and black and white. (50.0170)

ART 326. Intaglio. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: C or better in ART 201, 221 and 252. Studio work in intaglio processes using color and black and white. (50.0710)

ART 327. Screen Printing. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: C or better in ART 201, 221 and 252. Studio work in screen printing processes using color and black and white. (50.0710)

ART 328. Lithography. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: C or better in ART 201, 221 and 252. Studio work in lithographic processes using color and black and white. (50.0710)

ART 331. Intermediate Ceramics I. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: C or better in ART 201, 231 and 252. Wheel throwing or hand building ceramic design. Kilns; loading and firing procedures. May be repeated for credit once if content differs. (50.0711)

ART 332. Intermediate Ceramics II. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 331. Wheel throwing, hand building, glazing, low and high temperatures. May be repeated for credit once if content differs. (50.0711)

ART 333. Intermediate Ceramics Workshop. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 332. Application of specialized ceramic techniques. May be repeated for credit once if content differs. (50.0711)

ART 341. Intermediate Sculpture I. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: C or better in ART 201, 240 and 252. Additive and subtractive methods in various media. (50.0709)

ART 342. Intermediate Sculpture II. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 341. Additive and subtractive methods in various media. (50.0709)

ART 343. Foundry and Finishing I. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: C or better in ART 240 and permission of instructor. Metal casting and finishing techniques. (50.0709)

ART 344. Foundry and Finishing II. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 343. Metal casting and finishing techniques. (50.0709)

ART 345. The Human Figure in Sculpture. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: ART 201 and 240. Study of the human figure as a sculptural form. Structured, direct modeling sculptural experiences in both portrait and figure composition. Anatomy and use of anatomical form stressed. (50.0709)

ART 355. Graphic Design II. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: C or better in ART 254. Layout techniques, problems in page design, problems in computer graphics. (50.0402)

ART 356. Illustration and Rendering. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: ART 251 and 301. Advanced techniques in marker rendering. (50.0402)

ART 357. Graphic Workshop. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: C or better in ART 355 and 359. Practical and aesthetic considerations; innovative solutions in visual communications. (50.0401)

ART 359. Typography I. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: C or better in ART 254. Studies of type styles, page designs and type specifications; preparing graphics for printing; and computer graphics problems. (50.0402)

ART 360. Applied Color. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 252. Color theory applied to packaging, posters, and psychological effects of color in the marketplace. (50.0708)

ART 361. Intermediate Photography. I. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: C or better in ART 201, 252 and 261, and permission of instructor. Exploration of special-use films, photo papers and toners.   Advanced black & white printing and archival finishing techniques.   Student must supply manual 35mm SLR film camera.   (50.0605)

ART 362. Intermediate Photography. II. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 361 and permission of instructor. Techniques and aesthetic issues relating to the use of alternate-format cameras (pinhole, toy, medium and large format).   Digital component:   film scanning, image manipulation, and color-management.   Cameras will be provided for student use. (50.0605)

ART 370. Alternative Media. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: C or better in ART 201 and 252 and with permission of instructor. Exploration, problems, and projects in a selected alternative media. May be taken a maximum of four times with different content. (50.0702)

ART 382.   Topics in   Design.   3-3-0.   Prerequisites:  C or better in Art 201 and 252. Analysis and criticism of design.   Discussion, presentations and individual research.   May be repeated for credit if content differs.   (50.0703)

ART 383. Art History: Modern Art. 3-3-0. Survey of the visual arts and architecture of various world cultures from 1900 to the present. Slide illustrated lectures, readings, and assignments. (50.0703)

ART 384. History of Photography. 3-3-0. History and visual impact of photographic media from their nineteenth-century beginnings to the present. Slide illustrated lectures, readings, and assignments. (50.0703)

ART 385. Directed Study in Art. 3-3-3. Supervised studio or research problems in art. Requires travel and study in a foreign country. May be repeated for credit if content differs. (50.0799)

ART 386.   History of American Art.   3-3-0.       Survey of American Art from the early colonial period through 1945. Focus on painting, sculpture, and architecture as well as traditional American folk arts. (50.0703)

ART 392. Readings in Art History. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: ART 280, 281, 282, or 383. Assigned readings, oral presentations, group discussion, and written topics dealing with art history. May be repeated for credit once if content differs. (50.0703)

ART 393.   Honors Readings in Art History.   3-3-0.   Prerequisites:   Honors standing.   One of the following:   HIST 105-106, ENG 211 or Any Art Appreciation, Art History Survey, or Fine Arts Survey.     Assigned readings, oral presentations, group discussion, and written topics dealing with art history.   May be repeated for credit once if content is different. (50.0703).

ART 401. Advanced Drawing. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 303. Emphasis on student-directed, wide-ranging experimentation with imagery and drawing media for the purpose of developing a personal style. (50.0705)

ART 402. Advanced Drawing (Life Drawing). 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 302. Figure drawing to enhance understanding of bone and muscle structure. In-depth study of the relationship of expressive drawing and anatomical issues, as well as experiments with color media. (50.0705)

ART 403. Advanced Drawing Workshop. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 401. Preparation for the senior project. Student will produce a self-directed cohesive suite of drawings. (50.0705)

ART 407. Advanced Papermaking. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 308. Techniques for developing a personal aesthetic through a series of two or three dimensional works in handmade paper. Integration of other media and processes with paper. (50.0799)

ART 411. Advanced Painting. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 313. Emphasis on student-directed, wide-ranging experimentation with imagery and painting media for the purpose of developing a personal style. (50.0708)

ART 413. Advanced Painting Workshop. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 411 and permission of instructor. Preparation for the senior project. Student will produce a self-directed cohesive suite of paintings. (50.0708)

ART 416. Figurative Painting. 3-0-6.   Prerequisites:   ART 302 and 313.   Experiential   investigations into the use of the figure in painting stemming from a number of historical and contemporary models.   (50.0708)

ART 424. Advanced Printmaking I. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: ART 325, 326, and 327 or 328. Advanced work in various processes. (50.0710)

ART 425. Advanced Printmaking II. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 424. Advanced work in various processes. May be repeated for credit if content differs. (50.0710)

ART 431. Advanced Ceramics I. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: ART 332 or permission of department head. Emphasis on studens personal direction. May be repeated for credit once if content differs. (50.0711)

ART 432. Advanced Ceramics II. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: ART 431 or permission of department head. Emphasis on students personal direction. May be repeated for credit once if content differs. (50.0711)

ART 433. Advanced Ceramics Workshop. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: ART 432 or permission of department head. Emphasis on students personal direction. Application of specialized ceramic techniques. May be repeated for credit once if content differs. (50.0711)

ART 441. Advanced Sculpture I. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: ART 342 and permission of instructor. Advanced studies and studio work using construction or reduction techniques in various media. Emphasis on student’s personal direction.   (50.0709)

 ART 442. Advanced Sculpture II. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: ART 441 and permission of instructor. Advanced studies and studio work using techniques in various media.   Emphasis on student’s personal direction and professional development. (50.0709)

ART 444. Metals Workshop. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: ART 341-342. Advanced studies in metal working techniques. (50.0709)

ART 450. Typography II. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: ART 359 and permission of instructor. Advanced studies of typographic grid systems; typeface anatomy; typography as a sculptural element; designing a limited set of original letterforms. (50.0402)

ART 451. Graphic Design III. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: C or better in ART 357 and 359. In depth graphic problems for portfolio consideration and computer graphics problems. (50.0404)

ART 452. Graphic Design IV. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: C or better in ART 451. Portfolio oriented problems with field applicable solutions. (50.0404)

ART 454. New Media Design. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: C or better in ART 357. Theory and skills of new media technology and design. May be repeated  if content differs. (50.0499)

ART 455. Graphic Symbols. 3-0-6. Prerequisite: C or better in ART 355 and 359. History and problems in development of corporate symbols and signs for contemporary national and international communication. (50.0404)

ART 457. Internship. 3-0-9. Prerequisite: Permission of Department Head. Supervised practical experience in an approved private or public organization involving work relevant to art or design. Only one internship may be counted toward the degree. (50.0409)

ART 461.   Advanced Film Photography. 3-0-6.   Prerequisite:   ART 362 and permission of instructor.   Extensive research of film-based photographic imagery as it relates to the student’s personal vision.   Processes may include but are not limited to image capture from any format of film camera, silver or non-silver based printing, mono or polychromatic imagery.   May be repeated for credit if content differs.   (50.0605)

ART 462.   Advanced Digital Photography. 3-0-6.   Prerequisite:   ART 362 and permission of instructor.   Extensive research of digital photographic imagery as it relates to the student’s personal vision. Processes may include but are not limited to digital image capture from any format of camera or scanner, mono or polychromatic imagery.   May be repeated for credit if content differs.   (50.0605)

ART 463.   Color Photography I. 3-0-6.   Prerequisite:   ART 362 and permission of instructor.   Technical and aesthetic issues relating to color photography.   Emphasis on digital output using Adobe Photoshop for basic image adjustment.   Student must supply manual SLR camera (film or digital).   (50.0703)

ART 464.   Color Photography II.   3-0-6. Prerequisite:   ART 463 and permission of instructor.   Extensive research of color photographic imagery as it relates to the student’s personal vision.   May be repeated for credit if content differs.   (50.0703)

ART 480.   Contemporary Art.     3-3-0.   European and American visual arts produced between 1945 and the present.   Lectures, readings, assignments.   (50.0703)

ART 481. Women in Renaissance and Baroque Art.   3-3-0. Prerequisite: One of the following: Art 280, 281, 282, 383, or 480.   The history of European art from 1500 to 1800 with emphasis placed upon work by women artists and the representation of women in the visual arts.   (50.0703)

ART 482.   Topics in Art History.   3-3-0.   Prerequisite:   One of the following:   Art 280, 281, 282, 383, or 480.   An in-depth study of a particular subject in the history of art with a focus on reading and research. May be repeated for credit if content differs.     (50.0703)

ART 485. Topics in Art. 3-3-3. In-depth study of studio or research topics in the art disciplines. Requires travel and study in a foreign country. May be repeated for credit if content differs. (50.0799).

ART 491. Independent Study in Art History. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: ART 392 or permission of instructor. Analysis and criticism of art. Discussion, presentations, and individual research. May be repeated for credit once if content differs. (50.0703)

ART 499. Senior Capstone. 6-0-12. Prerequisites: Advanced standing, favorable senior evaluation and permission of the faculty. Senior degree project.  (50.0701)

ART 501. Directed Study Abroad. 3-3-0. Supervised research and study of monuments and art collections in Europe. Topics vary depending on the travel destination. May be repeated twice if content differs. (50.0703)

ART 502. Directed Study in Art History. 3-3-0. Supervised methodological readings and directed research addressing topics from the history of art. May be repeated for credit once if content differs. (50.0703)

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