ECU Undergraduate Catalog 2000-2001

 

ART: ART

Prerequisites within the area, exclusive of the foundation courses (ART 1005, 1015, 1020, 1030), may be waived by consent of the instructor.

1005. Design I (3) (F) (S) (GE:FA) P: ART major or administrative approval. Introduction of the elements and principles of design as applied to two and three dimensions.

1015. Design II (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1005, 1020 with a minimum grade of C; 1905; or administrative approval. Extension and development of the content of ART 1005.

1020. Drawing (3) (WI*) (F) (S) (GE:FA) P: ART major or administrative approval. Introduction to drawing in various media.

1030. Figure Drawing (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1005, 1020 with a minimum grade of C; 1905; or administrative approval. Introduction to drawing the human figure using various media.

1040. Intermediate Drawing (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1015, 1030. Extension of ART 1020 with an investigation of materials, media, and abstraction.

1050. Intermediate Figure Drawing (3) (WI*) (F) (S) P: ART 1015, 1030. Extension and development of the content of ART 1030.

1905. The Dimensions of Art (3) (F) (S) (GE:FA) Required of all art majors and prerequisite to all art history courses except ART 1910. P: Art major. Introduction to the various ways of perceiving, discussing, and analyzing works of art. See Art History, below.

1906. Art History Survey (3) (F) (S) (GE:FA) Prerequisite to all upper-level art history courses except in cases specifically noted in the course description. P: ART 1905 or 1910. Survey of the history of art from prehistoric times to the Renaissance. See Art History, below.

1907. Art History Survey (3) (F) (S) (GE:FA) Prerequisite to all upper-level art history courses except in cases specifically noted in the course description. P: ART 1905 or 1910. Survey of the history of art from the Renaissance to modern times. See Art History, below.

ART: ART EDUCATION

1001. Color and Design (3) (F) (S) (SS) (GE:FA) Not open to ART majors. May not substitute for ART 1005. Color theory and design principles.

2123. Early Experiences for the Prospective Teacher (1) (WI*) (F) (S) Minimum of 16 hours of observations of public school art classes and related school activities plus 1 hour per week of seminar to discuss the observations.

2870. Computers in Art Education (1) (F) (S) 1 lecture and 1 studio hour per week. P: ART 1015, 1030. Entry-level experiences in basic computer operations applicable to the art education classroom K-12.

3850. Art in the Elementary School (3) (F) (S) (SS) Not open to ART majors. P: Junior standing. Art educational philosophy, methodology, materials, processes, and specific projects for elementary classes.

3851. Art in the Elementary School (3) (WI*) (F) (S) Open to ART majors only. P: Junior standing. Art educational philosophy, methodology, materials, processes, and specific projects for elementary classes.

3860. Classroom Participation in Art (1) (F) (S) P: Junior standing. Classroom participation in the teaching of art classes and discussion of procedures used.

4323. Art in the Secondary School (3) (F) (S) P: Junior standing; admission to upper division. Art education philosophy, methodology, media, and techniques for junior and senior high school classes.

4325. Internship Seminar: Issues in Art Education (0) (F) (S) P: Admission to upper division; senior standing; ART 2123, 3851, 3860, 4323; successful completion of professional education courses except ART 4850, 4870. Seminar for discussion of the issues and concerns of the internship experience.

4850. Art Internship in Elementary Education (5) (F) (S) P: Admission to upper division; senior standing; ART 2123, 3851, 3860, 4323; successful completion of professional education courses except ART 4325, 4870. Observation and supervised teaching in elementary school classes.

4870. Art Internship in Secondary Education (5) (F) (S) P: Admission to upper division; senior standing; ART 2123, 3851, 3860, 4323; successful completion of professional education courses except ART 4325, 4850. Observation and supervised teaching in junior and/or senior high school classes.

5323.  Art in the Secondary School (3) (F) (S) P: Acceptance into the MAT program. Art education philosophy, methodology, media, and techniques for junior and senior high school students.

5810. Arts and Crafts for Elementary Teachers (3) Workshop course. Not open to ART majors. Drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and craft processes suitable for elementary school classes.

5851.  Art in The Elementary School (3) (F) (S) P:  Acceptance into the MAT program.  Art educational philosophy, methodology, materials, processes, and specific projects for elementary classes.

5860.  Classroom Participation in Art (1) (F) (S) P: Acceptance into the MAT program. Classroom participation in the teaching of art classes and discussion of procedures used.

5870.  Computers in Art Education (1) (F) (S) P:  Acceptance into the MAT Program. Entry-level experiences in basic computer operations applicable to the K-12 art education classroom.

ART: ART HISTORY

ART 1905 is open only to art majors; ART 1910, 2905, and 2906 are open only to non-art majors. All other art history courses are open to both art majors and non-art majors. ART 1905 or 1910; 1906, 1907 are prerequisites for all upper-level art history courses, but prerequisites within the area may be waived by consent of the instructor or by cases specifically noted in the course description.

1905. The Dimensions of Art (3) (F) (S) (GE:FA) Required of all art majors and prerequisite to all art history courses except ART 1910. P: ART major. Introduction to the various ways of perceiving, discussing, and analyzing works of art.

1906. Art History Survey (3) (F) (S) (GE:FA) Prerequisite to all upper-level art history courses except in cases specifically noted in the course description. P: ART 1905 or 1910. Survey of the history of art from prehistoric times to the Renaissance.

1907. Art History Survey (3) (F) (S) (GE:FA) Prerequisite to all upper-level art history courses except in cases specifically noted in the course description. P: ART 1905 or 1910. Survey of the history of art from the Renaissance to modern times.

2900. History of Prints and Drawings (3) P: ART 1906, 1907. History of printmaking and drawing from the Renaissance to the present.

2910. Ancient Art History (3) (WI*) (F) P: ART 1906, 1907. Egyptian, Minoan, Mycenaean, Greek, and Roman art.

2920. Art of the Middle Ages (3) P: ART 1906, 1907. Early Christian, Byzantine, Carolingian, Ottonian, Romanesque, and Gothic art.

2930. Italian Baroque Art History (3) P: ART 1906, 1907. Italian and Spanish art of the seventeenth century.

3920. Asian Art (3) (WI*) (F) (S) Painting, sculpture, and architecture of China, Japan, and India.

3930. Italian Renaissance Art: 1300‑1500 (3) P: ART 1906, 1907. Painting, architecture, and sculpture in Italy from 1300‑1500.

3940. Italian Renaissance Art: 1500‑1600 (3) (WI*) (F) (S) P: ART 1906, 1907. Painting, architecture, and sculpture in Italy from 1500‑1600.

3950. Architectural History of the Middle East Before 1600 (3) (S) (GE:FA) P: Junior standing.  Survey of the architecture of ancient Babylon, Assyria, Persia, Egypt, and the early Christian and early Islamic cultures of the Middle East.

3960. Art of the Americas (3) (Formerly ART 2960) P: ART 1906, 1907. Familiarizes students with the shared issues and concerns of artists living and working in the Americas, with special attention devoted to regions of Central American, the Caribbean, and South America.

3970. African Art (3) (WI*) (F) (S) P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Traditional and contemporary art of west and central Africa.

3980. Ceramic History of North Carolina and the Southeastern United States (3) (S) History of NC ceramics from colonial times to the present.

4900. Northern Renaissance Art History (3) (WI*) P: ART 1906, 1907. Northern European painting, sculpture, and architecture from 1300‑1600.

4910. Northern Baroque Art (3) (WI*) (S) P: ART 1906, 1907. Painting, architecture, and sculpture in the Low Countries, England, and France during the seventeenth century.

4916. Art of India (3) P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Significant art periods, traditions, and artists of ancient and modern India.

4920. Nineteenth Century Art (3) (WI) (F) (S) P: ART 1906, 1907. Neo‑classicism, romanticism, realism, impressionism, post‑impressionism, and related trends of the nineteenth century.

4940. Twentieth Century Painting and Sculpture 1900-1950 (3) (WI*) (F) (S) P: ART 1906, 1907. Survey of art movements from the first half of the twentieth century, including Fauvism, Futurism, Dadism, and Surrealism.

4950. Twentieth Century Architecture (3) (F) P: ART 1906, 1907. Sources and development of contemporary architecture of the world.

4970. History of Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Design (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1906, 1907. Survey of major artists and movements in the history of textile, ceramic, metal, wood, and graphic design.

4980. Seminar in Art History (3) (WI*) (S) Required of art history majors and minors. P for nonmajor: Consent of instructor; P for major: ART 1906, 1907. Readings and research in the theory and methodology of art history.

4990. Survey of Contemporary Art: 1950 to the Present (3) (F) (GE:FA) P: Junior standing. Survey of art from the second half of the twentieth century.

5900. Art of the United States (3) P: ART 1906, 1907. Painting, sculpture, architecture, and design and crafts in the United States from colonial times to the present.

5981. Studies in Contemporary Art (3) P: ART 1906, 1907. Selected topics in art from 1945 to the present.

ART: ART HISTORY COURSES FOR NON-ART MAJORS

Courses for art majors may be available to non-art majors as indicated in individual course descriptions or by consent of instructor. Art majors are not generally permitted to take courses designed for non-art majors, except in cases specifically noted in the course description.

1906. Art History Survey (3) (F) (S) (GE:FA) Prerequisite to all upper-level art history courses except in cases specifically noted in the course description. P: ART 1905 or 1910. Survey of the history of art from prehistoric times to the Renaissance.

1907. Art History Survey (3) (F) (S) (GE:FA) Prerequisite to all upper-level art history courses except in cases specifically noted in the course description. P: ART 1905 or 1910. Survey of the history of art from the Renaissance to modern times.

1910. Art Appreciation (2) (F) (S) (SS) (GE:FA) Not open to ART majors. Exploratory study of the visual experience intended to enhance the student’s understanding and enjoyment of art. Designed for the General College student.

2905. Masterpieces and Ideas in the History of Art (3) (S) (GE:FA) Not open to ART majors or those who have credit for ART 1905, 1906, 1907. Selected works from antiquity to the present which have reflected, shaped, and transformed ideas and traditions in world culture. Designed for the General College student.

2906. West and Central African Art (3) (F) (GE:FA) Not open to ART majors or those who have credit for ART 3970. Art from West and Central Africa examined within the environmental and societal conditions which influence its production and uses. Designed for the General College student.

4970. History of Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Design (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1906, 1907. Survey of major artists and movements in the history of textile, ceramic, metal, wood, and graphic design.

4990. Survey of Contemporary Art; 1950 to the Present (3) (F) (GE:FA) P: Junior standing. Survey of art from the second half of the twentieth century.

ART: CERAMICS

ART 2105 is a prerequisite for all upper-level ceramics studios. After ART 2105, courses should be taken in numerical sequence. Prerequisites within the area, exclusive of the foundation courses (ART 1005, 1015, 1020, 1030), may be waived by consent of the instructor.

2105. Ceramics Survey (3) (F) (S) (SS) P: ART 1015, 1030. Introduction to total ceramic process—emphasis on potter's wheel.

2115. Ceramics Studio I (3) (F) (S) (SS) P: ART 2105. Introduction to clay mineralogy and development of clay body formulas. Basic pottery wheel forms.

2125. Ceramics Studio II (3) (F) (S) (SS) Introduction to glaze components and formulation. Self firing of kilns. Hand building and production pottery techniques.

3100. Ceramics Studio III (3) (F) (S) (SS) Kiln materials, design, repair, and construction. More complex hand building and pottery forms.

3110. Ceramics Studio IV (3) (F) (S) (SS) Glaze calculation theory, objectives, and application. Advanced hand building and pottery wheel problems.

3120.   Ceramics Studio V (3) (F) (S) (SS) Advanced and aesthetic studies in clay.

4100.  Ceramics Studio VI (3) (F) (S) (SS) Advanced and aesthetic studies in clay.

4110. Ceramics Studio VII (3) (F) (S) (SS) Advanced and aesthetic studies in clay.

4120. Ceramics Studio VIII (3) (F) (S) (SS) Advanced and aesthetic studies in clay.

5100. Ceramics Studio IX (3) (F) (S) (SS) Senior projects in ceramic art and design. Slide portfolio requirement and senior exhibition.

5110. Ceramics Studio X (3) (F) (S) (SS) Advanced projects in ceramic art and design.

ART: COMMUNICATION ARTS

Prerequisites within the area, exclusive of the foundation courses (ART 1005, 1015, 1020, 1030), may be waived by consent of the instructor.

2200. Communication Arts Survey (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1015, 1030. Introduction to basic conceptual problem solving relevant to 2- and 3-dimensional applied design. Graphic, typographic, illustrative, photographic, and spatial relationships will be emphasized with an appropriate exploration of media and techniques.

2210. Concepts in Communication Arts (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2200. Exploration of conceptual problem solving in two- and three-dimensional applied design. Further exploration of media and techniques including electronic environments.

3070. Electronic Interactive Multimedia (3) (F) (S) (SS) 2 lecture and 4 studio hours per week. P: ART 2070 or 2071. Introduction to the interactive multimedia design process. Computer based projects are developed which incorporate sound, full-motion video, and still and kinetic imagery. Projects provide a means through which users interact with information presented. Emphasis is placed on problem-seeking/problem-solving processes.

3200. Typography (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2070, 2210. Study of typographic images in both historical and modern design. Emphasis is on contemporary applications through the use of digital media. Typographic function, flow, and form will be investigated.

3210. Production (3) (F) (S) P: ART 3200. Practical course concerned with the execution of design concepts as commercial printed media. Emphasis on use of the computer for digital prepress work.

3220. Introduction to Photography (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1015, 1030. Practical course in basic camera techniques, darkroom procedures, and assignments to include a full scope of photographic problems.

3230. Introduction to Illustration (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1015, 1030. Introduction to illustration as a communicative medium with emphasis on media and techniques.

3240. Illustration Media and Techniques (3) (S) P: ART 3230. Extended study of illustration media and techniques to further the development of the technical skills required to create effective illustration. Emphasis on exploring the wide range of media used in contemporary illustration; includes an introduction to computer illustration.

3250. Introduction to Digital Photography (3) (F) (S) 2 lecture and 4 studio hours per week. P: ART 2070, 2210, 3220. Introduction to digital photography and its applications to design and fine art.

3442. Products and Environments (3) (F) P: ART 2210. User-based design principles applied to exhibit environments and furniture systems intended for repetitive production.

4070. Advanced Interactive Media (3) (F) (S) 1 lecture and 4 studio hours per week. P: ART 2070, 3070. Advanced exploration of the interactive media design process. Emphasis on problem-seeking/problem-solving processes.

4200. Advanced Typography (3) (F) P: ART 3200. Extended study of typography as it relates to communication design. Emphasis on informational and aesthetic concerns in the professional design forum. 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional problems.

4210. Graphic Design (3) (F) P: ART 3210. Emphasis on design, use, and application of creative visual images and concepts in communication. Two- and three-dimensional problems.

4220. Studio Photography (3) (F) P: ART 3220. Indepth exploration of camera, lighting, studio, and darkroom techniques as means of exploring issues in communications and aesthetics.

4230. Intermediate Illustration (3) (F) P: ART 3230. Advanced problems in illustration with emphasis on graphic contexts.

4240. Advanced Digital Photography (3) (S) 2 lecture and 4 studio hours per week. P: ART 3210, 3250. Extended study of digital photography as it relates to image design and communications. Emphasis on collecting raw image data to be processed with other information.

4250. Image Design Professional Practices (3) (S) 2 lecture and 4 studio hours per week. P: ART 4220, 4240. Advanced problems in image design with emphasis on both digital and analog solutions to professional projects.

5210. Advanced Graphic Design (3) (S) P: ART 4200 or 4210. Advanced problems in graphic design for students specializing in the discipline. Increased awareness of graphic design history, development of self-promotional materials, and a professional portfolio.

5220. Advanced Photography (3) (S) P: ART 3220. Advanced photographic techniques and non-silver processes are used to explore graphic imagery.

5230. Advanced Illustration (3) (S) P: ART 4230. Advanced problems in illustration with emphasis on exploring aesthetic issues related to various forms of image making for illustrators. Development of a creative professional illustration portfolio.

ART: COMMUNITY ARTS MANAGEMENT

4000. Community Arts Management (3) (S) Internship. To gain practical experience in the management of community arts organizations. To acquire specific knowledge of public art production, in music, drama, or the visual arts.

ART: DRAWING

ART 3551, 3552, 3553 should be taken in sequence after ART 1050. ART 3554, 3555, 4551 should be taken in sequence after ART 1040.

1040. Drawing (Intermediate) (3) (F) (S) Strongly recommended as art elective for painting concentration students. P: ART 1015, 1030. Extension of basic drawing with an investigation of materials, media, and abstraction.

1050. Intermediate Figure Drawing (3) (F) (S) Strongly recommended as art elective for painting concentration students. P: ART 1015, 1030. Extension and development of the content of ART 1030.

3551. Problems in Figure Drawing (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1050. Problems emphasizing the representation of the human figure to be arranged by the instructor in consultation with the student.

3552. Problems in Figure Drawing (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1050. Problems emphasizing the representation of the human figure to be arranged by the instructor in consultation with the student.

3553. Problems in Figure Drawing (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1050. Problems emphasizing the representation of the human figure to be arranged by the instructor in consultation with the student.

3554. Figure and the Environment (3) (S) P: ART 1040. Exploration of the figure and its relationship to the environment. Emphasis on the figure as a means toward discovery and the manipulation of space.

3555. Drawing Media and Technique (3) (S) P: ART 1040. Exploration of various drawing and painting processes as a means of pictorial investigation. Use of materials as a mechanism for exploring aesthetic issues related to image making.

4551. Selected Problems in Drawing (3) (S) P: ART 3554 or 3555. Series of problems designed by the student in consultation with the instructor, pertinent to the needs and interests of the student.

5550. Advanced Figure Drawing (3) (F) (S) P: ART 3551, 3552, 3553. Indepth investigation of the figure as a means of exploring various drawing issues.

5551. Advanced Drawing (3) (S) P: ART 4551. Indepth exploration of drawing as depiction, organizational device, metaphor, and object. Drawing as a means of exploring aesthetic issues related to various forms of image making.

ART: FABRIC DESIGN

2326. Fabric Design Studio I (Silk Screen) (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2303. Methods of decorating fabric with silk screen printing techniques.

2336. Fabric Design Studio II (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2303. Fundamentals of fabric design through the use of batik, tie‑dye, direct dye application, and combined techniques.

3306. Fabric Design Studio III (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2336. Further exploration of fabric design techniques to include the study of various dye groups.

3316. Fabric Design Studio IV (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2326, 2336. Advanced printing and combined techniques applied to designing fabrics.

4306. Fabric Design Studio V (3) (F) (S) P: ART 3316. Application of advanced techniques applied in fabric design to include major projects of significant scale.

4316. Fabric Design Studio VI (3) (F) (S) P: ART 4306. Advanced fabric design work to include light‑sensitive materials.

4326. Fabric Design Studio VII (3) (F) (S) P: ART 4316. Advanced creative exploration of selected fabric design processes.

5306. Fabric Design Studio VIII (3) (F) (S) P: ART 4326. Original research in nonstructural textile design.

5316. Fabric Design Studio IX (3) (F) (S) P: ART 5306. Original research in nonstructural textile design.

ART: INDEPENDENT STUDY

3500. Independent Study (3) (F) (S) (SS) P: Consent of instructor, curricular coordinator, and dean.

3510, 3511, 3512, 3515. Directed Field Study in Studio Art (1,1,1,3) Minimum of 35 hours of instruction at a qualified off-campus institution or program is required. May count toward studio concentration. P: ART 1015, 1030; consent of area coordinator and supervising instructor. Studio research supervised by School of Art faculty in conjunction with another structured program or institution. Designed to strengthen competencies in areas related to programs offered by the School of Art.

4010, 4020, 4030. Work Experience in the Visual Arts and Design (3,3,3) (F) (S) (SS) Minimum of 140 work and academic hours per semester for 3 s.h. credit. Maximum of 3 s.h. credit obtained through independent study may be applied to art elective requirements. P: Consent of curricular coordinator. Supervised work experience designed to strengthen the student's competency in areas related to programs offered by the School of Art.

5500. Independent Study (3) (F) (S) (SS) P: Consent of instructor, curricular coordinator, and dean.

ART: INTERDISCIPLINARY

2070. Introduction to Computer‑Aided Art and Design (3) (F) (S) (SS) May count as a two‑ or three‑dimensional art elective. P: ART 1030; 1906 or 1907. Introduction to the computer for the purpose of solving visual problems electronically. Allows students within the School of Art to become aware of the ways in which the computer can augment and complement their experience in various disciplines.

2071. Computer Graphics Orientation (1) May count as a two- or three-dimensional art elective. 1 lecture and 1 studio hour per week. P: ART 1030; 1906 or 1907. Entry-level experiences with a cross-section of the major categories of art applications available for the Macintosh computer and a technical approach to image-input peripherals and image file formats. The computer will be presented as an aid to visual thinking and planning.

3000, 3001. Intermedia Studio I, II (3,3) (F) (S) (SS) P: Consent of instructor. 6 contact hours per week. Problems in visual art which are not geared toward specific media. Emphasis on creative problem solving which may involve various interdisciplinary activities.

ART: METAL DESIGN

ART 2300 is a prerequisite for all upper-level metal design studios. Prerequisites within the area, exclusive of the foundation courses (ART 1005, 1015, 1020, 1030), may be waived by consent of the instructor.  All courses in metal design are planned to utilize technical and material exploration in order to provide the research skills necessary for personal creativity in the jewelry and metalsmithing design field.

2300. Metal Design Survey (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1015, 1030. Introduction to the use of metal as a medium in solving visual problems and to familiarize the student with the historical and technical aspects of the designer craftsman using metal.      

2301. Metal Design Studio I (Jewelry) (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2300. Design and production of jewelry.

2311. Metal Design Studio II (Enameling) (3) (F) Advanced enameling techniques to be employed in individually designed products.

2321. Metal Design Studio III (Raising, Spinning, Chasing, Repousse, Forging) (3) (S) Techniques of metal forming used by the artist craftsman to produce individually styled objects.

3301. Metal Design Studio IV (3) (F) Advanced design in jewelry and metals including basic methods of casting.

3311. Metal Design Studio V (3) (S) Advanced application of metal‑forming techniques. Study of the influence of traditional techniques on individually designed products.

3321. Metal Enameling Studio II (3) (F) P: ART 2311. Continuation of the development of design sensitivity and technical skills required to produce enameled objects of art.

4301. Metal Design Studio VI (3) (S) Production of individually designed products through the application of casting and metal construction techniques.

4311. Metal Design Studio VII (3) (F) Design problems in contemporary materials and techniques.

5301.      Metal Design Studio VIII (3) (F) (S) Original research in metal design.

5311.        Metal Design Studio IX (3) (F) (S) Original research in metal design.

ART: PAINTING

After ART 2560, courses should be taken in numerical sequence, when possible. Prerequisites within the area, exclusive of the foundation courses (ART 1005, 1015, 1020, 1030), may be waived by consent of the instructor. BFA students with a concentration in painting must take at least 6 s.h. of drawing courses beyond the foundation requirements and at least 21 s.h. of painting courses beyond the survey, including at least 3 s.h. at the 4000 level. Acceptance into the area by portfolio review is required for admittance into 4000-level painting courses.

2560. Painting Survey: Materials and Methods (3) (F) (S) (SS) P: ART 1015, 1030. Extensive experimentation in studio techniques peculiar to traditional and contemporary painting problems. Emphasis on proper use of grounds, supports, and pigment characteristics. Criticism and lectures. 

2561. Painting: Composition–Design for Painting (3) (F) (S) (SS) May count toward art concentration or as art elective. Required for painting concentration students. P: ART 1015, 1030, 1906, 1907. Study of design principles in painting. Emphasis on color structure and fundamental methods of pictorial organization.

3560. Painting: Watercolor (3) (F) P: ART 2560. Comprehensive analysis and use of watercolor and related liquid media in expressive painting.

3561. Painting Studio I (3) (F) (S) (SS) P: ART 2560. Focus on the growth and development of individual concepts in painting. Students are encouraged to experiment and explore assigned problems. Emphasis given to individual analysis and discussion of work.

3562. Figure Painting (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1050, 2560. Study of the human figure as a primary motif in painting. Painting from the model.

3563. Painting Studio II (3) (F) (S) (SS) Continuation from studio I with emphasis on the technical and aesthetic problems of painting. Individual and group criticism of work.

3564. Advanced Figure Painting (3) (F) (S) P: ART 3562. Advanced individual study of the figure as a primary motif in painting. Painting from the model.

3566. Portrait Painting (3) (S) P: ART 2560. Individual study of the human head and costumed figure as a primary motif in painting. Painting from the model.

4560. Advanced Painting I (3) (F) (S) (SS) Focus on the growth and development of individual concepts in painting. Individual instruction and group criticism.

4561. Advanced Painting II (3) (F) (S) (SS) Orientation to student's individual strengths and interests with emphasis upon independent thinking. Individual instruction and group criticism.

4562. Advanced Painting III (3) (F) (S) (SS) Continuation of ART 4561 with emphasis on individual criticism.

4563. Advanced Painting IV (3) (F) (S) (SS) Continuation of individual growth and development is stressed at this level. Individual and group criticism.

4564. Advanced Painting V (3) (F) (S) (SS) Personal directions in painting. Individual and group criticism.

5560. Advanced Painting VI (3) (F) (S) (SS) Personal directions in painting. Individual and group criticism.

5561.      Advanced Painting VII (3) (F) (S) (SS) Personal directions in painting.

ART: PRINTMAKING

ART 2010 is a prerequisite to all upper level printmaking studios. After Printmaking Studio III, courses must be taken in numerical sequence. Prerequisites within the area, exclusive of the foundation courses (ART 1005, 1015, 1020, 1030),  may be waived by consent of the instructor.

2010. Printmaking Survey (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1015, 1030. Introductory course to acquaint the student with the broader aspects of relief, intaglio, and planographic processes.

2020. Printmaking Workshop I (1) (S) 2 studio hours per week. P: ART 1015, 1030; 1906 or 1907. Continued development of the student's artistic skills. Basic black and white techniques of the collagraphic process.

2030. Printmaking Workshop II (1) (S) 2 studio hours per week. P: ART 1015, 1030; 1906 or 1907. Continued development of the student's artistic skills. Basic stencil techniques of the silk-screen process.

2040. Printmaking Workshop III (1) (S) 2 studio hours per week. P: ART 3220. Continued development of the student's artistic skills. Basic techniques of the photo silk-screen process.

2050. Printmaking Workshop IV (1) (S) 2 studio hours per week. P: ART 2010, 3220. Continued development of the student's artistic skills. Basic techniques of the photo‑intaglio process.

2600. Printmaking Studio I (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2010. Continued development of the student's aesthetic concerns. The basic intaglio acid techniques of line etching, aquatint, soft‑ground, lift‑ground, and the appropriate printing procedures will be introduced.

2610. Printmaking Studio II (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2600. Continued development of the student's aesthetic concerns. The basic intaglio non-acid techniques of drypoint, engraving, mezzotint, and the appropriate printing processes will be introduced. Intaglio color printing techniques to include multiplate, stenciled color, and one-plate printing methods will also be introduced. Etching techniques from ART 2600 will be employed to make the plates for color printing portion of the course.

3600. Printmaking Studio III (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2010. Continued development of the student's aesthetic concerns. An investigation of the basic processes employed in lithography to include printing surface preparation, elementary drawing techniques, and printing.

3610. Printmaking Studio IV (3) (F) (S) P: ART 3600. Continued development of the student's aesthetic concerns. An investigation of the several advanced processes employed in lithography to include color printing, transfer media, and the introduction of other print media into the process.

4600. Printmaking Studio V (3) (F) (S) Indepth investigation of one printmaking process, with emphasis placed on both aesthetic and technical considerations.

4610. Printmaking Studio VI (3) (F) (S) Indepth investigation of one printmaking process, with emphasis placed on both aesthetic and technical considerations.

4620. Printmaking Studio VII (3) (F) (S) Initiation and development of a series of prints that will be resolved as either a folio or a fine book.

4630. Printmaking Studio VIII (3) (F) (S) Continuation of ART 4620.

4640. Printmaking Studio IX (3) (F) (S) Continuation of ART 4630 and completion of the folio or book problem.

5610. Printmaking Studio X (3) (F) (S) Independent investigation of specific problems in the field of printmaking.

ART: SCULPTURE

ART 2705 is a prerequisite for all upper-level sculpture studios. After ART 2705, courses should be taken in numerical sequence. Prerequisites within the area, exclusive of the foundation courses (ART 1005, 1015, 1020, 1030), may be waived by consent of the instructor.

2705. Sculpture Survey (3) (F) (S) (SS) P: ART 1015, 1030. Survey of the methods, materials, and styles of sculpture.

2715. Sculpture Studio I (3) (F) (S) (SS) P: ART 2705. Subtractive techniques (stone, wood, and plaster) as sculptural problems.

2725. Sculpture Studio II (3) (F) (S) (SS) Additive techniques (plaster, clay, wood, and steel) as sculptural problems.

3700. Sculpture Studio III (3) (F) (S) (SS) Manipulation and substitution techniques (welding and cast metals) as sculptural problems.

3710. Sculpture Studio IV (3) (F) (S) (SS) Advanced studio techniques in sculpture (foundry) as a means of exploring visual aesthetics.

3720. Sculpture Studio V (3) (F) (S) (SS) Advanced studio techniques in sculpture (welded metals) as a means of exploring visual aesthetics.

4700. Sculpture Studio VI (3) (F) (S) (SS) Advanced studio studies in sculpture as a means of developing a personal aesthetic statement (interior scale).

4710. Sculpture Studio VII (3) (F) (S) (SS) Advanced studio studies in sculpture as a means of developing a personal aesthetic statement (human scale).

5700. Sculpture Studio VIII (3) (F) (S) (SS) Concentrated studio pursuit and development of a strong personal aesthetic sculptural statement.

5710. Sculpture Studio IX (3) (F) (S) (SS) Concentrated studio pursuit and development of a strong personal aesthetic sculptural statement (architectural scale).

ART: TEXTILE DESIGN

ART 2303 is a prerequisite to all upper‑level fabric and weaving studios. Prerequisites within the area, exclusive of the foundation courses (ART 1005, 1015, 1020, 1030), may be waived by consent of the instructor.

2303. Textile Design Survey (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1015, 1030. Introduction to both structural and nonstructural textiles involving tools and techniques of the textile designer. P for upper level weaving, fabric, and textile design studios.

2350. Off‑Loom Textile Design (3) P: ART 2303. Design with fibers using methods other than the floor loom.

3350. Advanced Off‑Loom Textile Design (3) P: ART 2350. Advanced design with fibers employing methods other than the floor loom.

ART: VIDEO

3080. Introductory Video Art (3) (F) P: ART 1015, 1030; nonmajor by consent of instructor. Introduction to video as a tool for aesthetic inquiry.

ART: WEAVING DESIGN

2325. Weaving Design Studio I (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2303. Mechanics of the loom, its operation, and exploration of various basic loom controlled techniques.

2335. Weaving Design Studio II (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2325. Development of advanced pattern drafting, multifiber exploration, and combined basic loom controlled techniques.

3305. Weaving Design Studio III (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2335. Advanced application of loom controlled techniques.

3315. Weaving Design Studio IV (3) (F) (S) P: ART 3305. Exploration of advanced techniques including multi‑layered weaves and supplemental warping methods.

4305. Weaving Design Studio V (3) (F) (S) P: ART 3315. Multiharness and advanced exploration of various looms and non-loom controlled techniques.

4315. Weaving Design Studio VI (3) (F) (S) P: ART 4305. Advanced exploration of various loom and non-loom controlled techniques.

5305. Weaving Design Studio VII (3) (F) (S) P: ART 4315. Original research in weaving and fiber design.

5315. Weaving Design Studio VIII (3) (F) (S) P: ART 5305. Original research in weaving and fiber design.

ART: WOOD DESIGN

ART 2304 is a prerequisite for all upper-level wood design studios. Prerequisites within the area, exclusive of the foundation courses (ART 1005, 1015, 1020, 1030), may be waived by consent of the instructor.

2304. Wood Design Survey (3) (F) (S) P: ART 1015, 1030. Introduction to the use of wood as a medium in solving visual problems; familiarizes the student with the historical and technical aspects of the designer craftsman using wood.

2322. Wood Design Studio I (3) (F) (S) P: ART 2304. Application of techniques and design principles to wood as a viable craft material.

2332. Wood Design Studio II (3) (F) (S) Further and more specialized application of power tool technique to small scale objects.

3302. Wood Design Studio III (3) (F) (S) Design considerations emphasizing the combination of wood with various compatible materials.

3312. Wood Design Studio IV (3) (F) (S) Consideration of increased scale regarding both functional and decorative objects.

4302. Wood Design Studio V (3) (F) (S) Introduction to furniture design and its relationship to function.

4312. Wood Design Studio VI (3) (F) (S) Exploration of furniture as a means of conceptual expression.

4322. Wood Design Studio VII (3) (F) (S) Further consideration of the relationship of the functional and sculptural aspects of furniture design.

5302. Wood Design Studio VIII (3) (F) (S) Original research in wood design.

5312. Wood Design Studio IX (3) (F) (S) Original research in wood design.

ART Banked Courses

All Product Design Courses: 2750, 2755, 3750, 3755, 4750, 4755, 5750, 5755, 5760 (3 each)

2000. Portfolio (0)

2400. Environmental Design Survey (3)

2405. Environmental Design Graphics (3)

2421. Environmental Design Theory and Methodology (3)

2940. Eighteenth Century Art (3)

2950. Culture and Art of Europe (6)

3081. Intermediate Video Art (3)

3413. Design and the Natural Environment (3)

3416. Materials and Processes of Environmental Design (3)

3426. Environmental Behavior and Design (3) (S)

3440. Interior Design Studio (3)

3423. Special Needs Design Seminar (3)

3430. Environmental Design Studio (3)

3431. Environmental Design Studio (3)

3432. Environmental Design Studio (3)

3440. Interior Design Studio (3)

3441. Interior Design Studio (3)

3460. Special Needs Design Studio I (3)

3461. Special Needs Design Studio II (3)

3900. Prehistoric Art (3)

3910. Primitive Art History (3)

4005. Interdisciplinary Three-Dimensional Design Studio for Ceramics, Wood Design, Metal Design, and Sculpture (3)

4006. Interdisciplinary Three-Dimensional Design Studio for Sculpture, Environmental Design, and Wood Design (3)

4411. Professional Practice (3)

4414. Computers in Environmental Design (3) (S)

4460. Urban Design (3)

4420. Social and Cultural Perspectives in Design (3)

4421. Seminar in Contemporary Concepts (2)

4423, 4424. Special Topics in Environmental Design (3,3)

4435, 4436. Preservation, Revitalization, and Adaptive Reuse Studio (3,3)

4450, 4451, 4452. Interdisciplinary Environmental Design Studio (3,3,3)

4460. Urban Design (3)

4461. Comprehensive Environmental Design Studio (3)

5820. Visual Presentations in the Classroom (3)

5950. Culture and Art of Europe (6)

5960. Culture and Art of Mexico (6)

ASAS: AREA STUDIES/ASIAN STUDIES

ASAS Banked Courses

3010, 3011. Field Study in Asia (3,3)

ASEU: AREA STUDIES/EUROPEAN STUDIES

ASEU Banked Courses

3010, 3011. Field Study in Europe (3,3)


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