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Course Information and Descriptions
ART 229
Photography II (2-2)
3 Hours
This course provides an advanced technical and artistic approach to
photography which includes camera use, darkroom techniques, and
references to the history of photography. Students will develop skills
through the development of a portfolio.
Note: Additional materials beyond those covered by course or lab
fees will be required. See course syllabus for a list of materials and
approximate costs.
Prerequisite: ART 129
Course fee
Typically offered spring only
ART 240
History of Art I (3-0)
3 Hours
A survey of the history of the civilizations of the prehistoric era and
the ancient world before 1400 by examination of specific works of
art and architecture including artifacts and monuments from
Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, India, Japan, Africa,
Amerindian/Mesoamerica, Early Christian/Byzantine, the Middle
Ages, and the Middle East.
Note: A museum visit will be required during the semester at student
expense. See course syllabus for approximate cost.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Fulfills the CLC I/M Education Requirement.
IAI: F2 901
ART 241
History of Art II (3-0)
3 Hours
This course is a survey of the history of the civilizations, countries,
and culture areas from the dawn of the Renaissance tradition in Italy
through the present day in Western Europe, Asia, India, Africa,
Amerindian/Mesoamerica and the Middle East by means of exposure
to specific works of art and architecture.
Note: A museum visit will be required during the semester at student
expense. See course syllabus for approximate cost.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Fulfills the CLC I/M Education Requirement.
Typically offered spring only
IAI: F2 902
ART 244
Color Photography (2-2)
3 Hours
This color photography course covers color theory, color darkroom
procedures, color filtration, and the historical and technical
developments of color photography. Students must provide a camera
and color darkroom materials for use in completing course
assignments.
Note: Additional materials beyond those covered by course or lab
fees will be required. See course syllabus for a list of materials and
approximate costs.
Prerequisite: ART 129
Course fee
ART 245
Jewelry I (0-6)
3 Hours
This is a beginning course in the design and fabrication of small
three dimensional objects. Emphasis is placed on gaining an
understanding of the aesthetic concerns of small scale metal work
and the skills and techniques of producing jewelry as art. Students
will design and learn processes, while developing sensitivity to
techniques and ideas, and producing works that stress craftsmanship.
This course is fundamentally an extension of Sculpture and Design
in the third dimension in a utilitarian form: the balance between
aesthetics and technique.
Note: Additional materials beyond those covered by course or lab
fees will be required. See course syllabus for a list of materials and
approximate cost.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness OR concurrent
enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG 100
Course fee
216
ART 246
Ceramics II (0-6)
3 Hours
This course is a continuation of Ceramics I with further exploration
of wheel throwing, handbuilding, glaze techniques, and kiln firing.
Students will learn how to throw plates, fit lids, pull handles, and
create spouts. Students will also learn the ceramic process by
participating in clay mixing, glaze mixing, kiln loading, and kiln
firing. Functional form and how it relates to sculpture will also be
explored.
Note: Additional materials beyond those covered by course or lab
fees will be required. See course syllabus for a list of materials and
approximate costs.
Prerequisite: ART 226 (C or better)
Course fee
ART 247
Ceramics III (0-6)
3 Hours
This third ceramics course is a continuation of Ceramics II. Students
will continue to develop their personal artistic direction with more
independence, while being introduced to other forming and firing
methods on a rotating basis. Students will continue to learn the
ceramic process by participating in clay mixing, glaze mixing, and
kiln loading. They will further their understanding of firing by
participating in kiln firings.
Note: Additional materials beyond those covered by course or lab
fees will be required. See course syllabus for a list of materials and
approximate costs.
Prerequisite: ART 246 (C or better)
Course fee
ART 248
Individual Art Projects (0-6)
3 Hours
This course is designed to provide opportunities for students to
pursue interests in specific areas of art with instructor supervision in
such cases where the student has already completed the course
offerings in that area.
Note: Must have successfully completed all possible courses in a
discipline, e.g., Painting, Sculpture, Design, Drawing, Photography,
Computer Art, or Art History.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness OR concurrent
enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG 100 AND Consent of
Instructor
Must have successfully completed all possible courses in a
discipline, e.g., painting, sculpture, design, drawing,
Course fee
May be taken four times for credit toward degree
ART 249
Digital Photography II (2-2)
3 Hours
Digital Photography II is a continuation of Digital Photography I and
expands upon the skills and techniques learned in the beginning
course. Course work includes instruction in color management, raster
image processor (RIP) output routines, hybrid digital and traditional
processes, multi-channel imaging, and other advanced techniques.
Adobe’s Photoshop image processing software comprises the bulk of
the course work. This course is for students with moderate to
advanced experience in digital photography.
Note: Additional materials beyond those covered by course or lab
fees will be required. See course syllabus for a list of materials and
approximate costs.
Prerequisite: ART 149
Course fee