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Summer 2019

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ART102 - Fashion Trends and Design

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: This course is an introduction to fashion design. Students will use fashion, history, design and materials in learning about the world of fashion. Fall only. Students may receive credit only once for this listing.

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ART103 - Western Art History 1

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Surveys history of western art from prehistory to CE 1500, and compares and contrasts with the art of later periods. Introduces the distinctive features of the art produced by western civilization and relates its development to that of other regions.

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ART104 - Western Art History 2

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Surveys history of western art from CE 1500 to present, and compares and contrasts with the art of earlier periods. Introduces the distinctive features of art produced by western civilization and relates its development to that of other regions.

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ART105 - Two-Dimensional Design

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Introduces the elements and principles of design and art concepts. Focuses on creative problem solving, critical analysis of visual imagery, and utilizing visual arts as a form of expression. Two class hours, two studio hours.

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ART107 - Typography and Layout

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Introduces the basics of using type in the graphic arts. Students clarify and enhance visual messages through the use of type and visual placement (layout) of information. Two class hours, two studio hours. Prerequisites: ART105 and ART209.

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ART110 - Drawing 1

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Introduces beginning drawing skills. Focuses on observational drawing and the development of an artistic imagination. Students must supply their own materials. Two class hours, two studio hours.

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ART111 - Drawing 2

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Explores advanced drawing techniques and the creative process. Focuses on developing large drawings in a variety of mixed-media materials. Two class hours, two studio hours. Students must provide their own supplies. Prerequisite: ART110.

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ART114 - Painting 1

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Introduces acrylic painting techniques. Focuses on the use of color theory, design fundamentals and painting styles. Two class hours, two studio hours. Prerequisite: ART 110

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ART115 - Painting 2

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Explores advanced acrylic painting techniques. Focuses on developing new skills in painting, experimenting with mixed-media approaches and creative concepts. Students must provide their own supplies. Two class hours, two studio hours. Prerequisite: ART114.

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ART123 - Ceramics 1

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Utilizes various methods of hand building in clay and focuses on vessel traditions and ceramic sculpture. Teaches students the mastery of clay materials. Encourages creativity, craftsmanship and development of personal ideas through a variety of problem solving assignments. Reading material, demonstrations, critiques and lectures with an overview of historical ceramics supplement studio work. Lecture: 2 hours Studio: 2 hours

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ART124 - Ceramics 2

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Utilizes the potter's wheel and hand building skills to create functional and sculptural ceramics. Emphasizes excelled mastery of clay materials including form, proportion, design, craftsmanship and personal expression. Instruction of making glazes, loading and firing kilns. Reading material, demonstrations, critiques and lectures on ceramic history supplement studio work. Two class hours, two studio hours. Prerequisite: ART 123.

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ART127 - 3-D Design

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Teaches students the mastery of 3-Dimensional materials. Introduces design, techniques, methods and tools of sculpture. Encourages creativity, craftsmanship and development of personal ideas through a variety of problem solving assignments. Reading material, demonstrations, critiques and lectures with an overview of 3-Dimensional history supplement studio work. Two class hours, two studio hours. Students must provide their own supplies.

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ART207 - Graphic Design Applications

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: In-depth study of graphic design software including paint and vector-based programs. Tutorials guide students through detailed exploration of layout, paint, and draw programs. Two class hours, two studio hours. Prerequisites: ART105 and ART209.

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ART214 - Interdisciplinary Computer Art

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Integrates artistic pursuits (photography, drawing, painting, music, writing and/or video) into the digital realm. Students create animation, digital illustrations and photo manipulations using the computer. Prerequisite: ART209.

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ART225 - Fashion Illustration

Credits: 3

Catalog Description: An introduction to fashion illustration and portfolio development. Students learn foundation skills to design on the human form; fashion figure proportions, garment/fabric and garment details, color and basic rendering techniques, designer sketching and illustration and development of a garment collection. Students must provide their own supplies. Fall only.

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