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ClassID Name Description Credits
ARTF 2110 Drawing I An introduction to the process, materials, and ideas of drawing with emphasis on composition. Students will work from observation. Six studio hours per week. 3
ARTF 2120 Drawing II Prerequisite: ARTF 2110. A continuation of Drawing I. Six studio hours per week. 3
ARTF 2310 Color and Design An introduction to the rules and practice of two dimensional design. Composition is emphasized in studio exercises which expose the student to the visual elements and principles of design. Six studio hours per week. Fall only 3
ARTF 2320 3D Design Prerequisite: ARTF 2310. An introduction to design principles as applied to three dimensions. Six studio hours per week. Spring only. 3
ARTF 3100 Figure Drawing I Prerequisite ARTF 2120. A study of the human figure from the model. Six studio hours per week. Fall/Spring 3
ARTF 3140 Drawing IV Prerequisite: ARTF 3100. A continuation of the study of the human figure. Six studio hours per week. Fall/Spring. 3
ARTF 3210 Painting I Prerequisite: ARTF 2120, 2310. An introduction to the skills and conceptual abilities required to successfully control the formal elements of painting: color, form, and space. Six studio hours per week. Fall/Spring. 3
ARTF 3220 Painting II Prerequisite: ARTF 3210. A continuation of the exploration of formal painting issues. Six studio hours. Fall/Spring. 3
ARTF 3410 Ceramics I An introduction to vessel making with emphasis on coiling and slab building techniques. Basic procedures and concepts for glazing and firing will be discussed. Six studio hours per week. Non-art majors may enroll. Fall/Spring. 3
ARTF 3420 Ceramics II A studio experience which explores wheel forming techniques and concepts that involve skill development, glaze application and basic high-fire procedures. May be repeated for credit. Six studio hours per week. Non-art majors may enroll. Fall/Spring. 3
ARTF 3510 Sculpture I Prerequisite: ARTF 2320. An investigation of materials, styles, and methods in sculpture. Six studio hours per week. Spring only. 3
ARTF 3520 Sculpture II Prerequisite: ARTF 3510. A continuation of ARTF 3510. Six studio hours per week. Spring only. 3
ARTF 3980 Independent Study in Art Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing in art and by consent of instructor. This course provides an opportunity for individual in-depth study of any aspect of studio art, art education, or visual communications. 1 to 3
ARTF 4010 Introduction to Museum Studies Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing in art and by consent of the instructor. A study of the basic theories and techniques of museum work through lectures and involvement in museum experiences at the University’s museum, including field trips to area museums. 3
ARTF 4100 Art Study Tours This course will expose students to the art and culture of other countries by traveling outside the U.S. 3
ARTF 4200 Painting III Prerequisite: ARTF 3220. A continuation of ARTF 3220. Students will make independent decisions regarding subject matter, palette, and media. 3
ARTF 4310 Printmaking I Prerequisite: ARTF 2110, 2310. An introduction to serigraphy and relief printing. Six studio hours per week. Fall Only. 3
ARTF 4320 Printmaking II Prerequisite: ARTF 4310. A continuation of ARTF 4310 with an introduction to etching and lithography. Six studio hours per week. Spring only. 3
ARTF 4500 Sculpture III Prerequisite: ARTF 3520. Continuation of ARTF 3520 with further exploration of materials and methods. 3
ARTF 4900 Advanced Studio An open studio for advanced study in one of the specialized areas of art: drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics and visual communications. By consent of the instructor. 3
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