Undergraduate Art Studio
2018 Summer Term
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CERAMICS I (GA)
A course designed to give the student the opportunity to explore hand building in slab, coil and other techniques; wheel throwing will be introduced as a basic means of pottery development. Work with a variety of glazing techniques will be stressed.
METAL AND JEWELRY I (GA)
Exploration into creating jewelry and small sculpture from brass, copper, bronze, and silver. This course is designed for both art majors and non-art majors.
An introduction to painting as an art form. This study is grounded in the disciplines associated with the techniques, and aesthetics of painting in water based and acrylic media.
METAL AND JEWELRY II
Continued exploration into the creation of jewelry and small sculpture from metal. Emphasis is on conceptual and technical achievement.
METAL AND JEWELRY III
This course emphasizes more complex construction and statements in the creation of jewelry and small sculpture from metal.
A studio course which provides the opportunity for students to pursue directed intermediate and advanced research in the techniques and aesthetics of painting. Traditional oil and water based media will be introduced. Advanced students will be encouraged to explore a medium of choice. Repeatable in increments of 3 credits per term for a maximum of 12 credits.
THE ART OF THE BOOK
This course will focus on the creation of hand made fine art books through the combination of applied research in traditional and non-traditional printmaking techniques and bookbinding. Graduate students will be expected to research an historical binding and create models for presentation to the class. Fullfills printmaking requirement.
METAL AND JEWELRY IV
An advanced course emphasizing design and creation of objects, both wearable and sculptural. Sophisticated technical skills will be explored with and emphasis on contemporary concepts.
FIELD INTERNSHIP IN ART
Internship involving professional experience under the supervision of selected business and/or institutional personnel within student's area of emphasis. Departmental approval required for application. May be retaken to maximum of 6 credits in degree and major.
Study of a selected topic or topics under the direction of a faculty member. Repeatable for a maximum of six credits in major/degree.