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ARH 2050   F, W
THE HISTORY OF ART I

(Pre-history-1500 A.D.) (3)
3 hours per week G-3000
Corequisite: ENC 1101
A study of the art and architecture of ancient civilization throughout the early Renaissance.  The art of the major historical periods, especially Western art, will be examined through major artist and their contribution to there own society and to Western culture itself.

ARH 2051   W
THE HISTORY OF ART II(1500 A.D.-20TH century) (3)

3 hours per week. Gordon rule.
May be taken for credit without ART 2050
A study of the art and architecture of the High Renaissance through the first half of the 19th century.

ARH 2840 S
SPANISH ART HISTORY (3).

3 hours per week.
This course is an intensive survey of Spanish art from the preserved accomplishments to the present. Major styles and artists covered are: Iberian culture, Roman art, Arab, Mudejar, Romanesque, Gothic and Plateresque Architecture; El Escorial and 17th Century Madrid, El Greco, Velazquez, Goya, Sorolla, Solana, Barcelona, Modernism, Picasso, Miro and Dali.

ART 1201C   F
BASIC DESIGN I (3)

6 hours per week
Study and employment of basic principles of two-dimensional design and color theory as elements used in creative composition in the visual arts.  No previous art training required.

ART 1300C   F, W
FREEHAND DRAWING I (3)

6 hours per week
Freehand Drawing I is an introductory-level course for the student with no prior college-level drawing instruction.  This course emphasizes skill building and graphite, ink and conte as students render surface characteristics of materials, still lifes, object studies, landscapes, portraiture, and the human figure.  Maybe repeated for credit.

ART1400
PRINTMAKING I (3)

Classification: Parallel
This course is an introduction to the medium of printmaking. It concentrates on the technical production of various print media then covers the basic processes of relief (linoleum) and intaglio (etching) printmaking..

ART 1500C   F, W
PAINTING I (3)

6 hours per week
A course designed to acquaint the student with a working knowledge of the elements of composition, color theory and various painting techniques through the creation of painting rendered in oils or acrylics. No particular skill or previous training in art is required. Maybe repeated for credit.

ART 2203C W
BASIC DESIGN II (3).

6 hours per week.
Study and employment of basic principles of threedimensional design as used in the creative composition in the visual arts. Students will experiment with the manipulation of a variety of materials to create effective use of three-dimensional space. No previous training is required. Recommended completion before ART 2701C (Sculpture I).

ART 2301C   W
FREEHAND DRAWING II (3)

6 hours per week
Prerequisite: ART 1300C
A Continuation of ART 1300C this course emphasizes individual exploration in advanced graphite pencil techniques and interpretation of subject matter, as well as gives an introduction to the use of color in the drawing medium through the single and mixed media approaches to colored pencil, nupastel, watercolor, and inks.  Drawing of the human figure will be stressed.

ART 2401
PRINTMAKING II (3)

Prerequisite: ART 1400
Classification: Parallel
This course will provide advanced instruction in the processes of relief (woodcut) and intaglio (etching) printmaking processes, as well as non-toxic lithographic printing. The addition of more color processes will allow students to develop higher technical skills and the ability to mix multiple techniques for innovative effects.

ART 2501C   F, W
PAINTING II (3)

6 hours per week
Prerequisite: ART 1500C
Continuation of ART 1500C, emphasizing individual exploration into painting techniques and interpretation of subject matter.  Maybe repeated for credit.

ART 2701C   F
SCULPTURE I (3)

3 hours per week
An introduction to fundamental processes used in sculpture, aesthetics problems in sculptural form and composition.  Practical work in plaster clay, and other materials.  Maybe repeated for credit.

ART 2702C  F
SCULPTURE II (3)

3 hours per week
Prerequisite: ART 2701C or equivalent.
A continuation of ART 2701C with emphasis on the sophisticated techniques and principles in the production of complex sculptures. Introduction to carving in alabaster.  Maybe repeated for credit.

ART2750C   F, W
CERAMICS I (3)

3 hours per week
An introduction to the processes and techniques used in forming clay into pottery or art objects, and a study of the basic elements of design pertaining to such objects.  Maybe repeated for credit.

ART 2751C   F
CERAMICS II (3)

3 hours per week
Prerequisite: ART 2750C or equivalent
Continuation of ART 2750C, providing additional training and experience in the use of studio equipment, in the creation of artistic forms and designs in clay, and in the development of a personal style in clay. Maybe repeated for credit.

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