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ART

  1. ART 1010 Art History: Prehistory to Gothic

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    This course focuses on a panoramic view of Western Art from the periods of Prehistory to the Middle Ages with a brief introduction to Early Renaissance Art. An overview of Non-Western art is included to aid in understanding various cultures and the relevance of works of art to our own culture. The influences of the social, cultural, historical, economic, spiritual and technical trends during each period of history are reviewed. The course encompasses the comprehension and use of the specialized vocabulary of art history and offers practice in applying the skills of visual analysis and historical interpretation to works of art. (Fall, Summer)

    Prerequisites:
    (ENG0710LE OR ENG0720LE OR CRD0020LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1050LE OR ENG1060LE) AND (ENG0810LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1060LE OR CWR0040LE OR CWR0050LE) OR ENG102LELB OR ENG105LELB OR ENG106LE OR ENG0910LE OR ENG0920LE
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    FALL 2014

    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
      Books
      • Title
        Art History,5th edition (unbound version)
        Author(s)
        Stokstad and Cothren
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780205938476
        Cost
        $0.00
    • Section:
      DC02M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
      Books
      • Title
        Art History,5th edition (unbound version)
        Author(s)
        Stokstad and Cothren
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780205938476
        Cost
        $0.00
  2. ART 1020 Fine Arts Drawing I

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $34.00
    Course Description:

    This course will provide laboratory experience practicing various approaches to linear media in drawing, while giving opportunities for the students to gain experience in the development of perception, drawing skills, and aesthetic awareness. Students will gain experience proficiency in a broad range of technical skills, disciplines, a broad range of media, and challenges of a variety of subject matter. Basic material of charcoal, pencil, and pen and ink, and a variety of papers will be utilized. (Fall)

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    Semesters

    FALL 2014

    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      10:00 AM - 11:45 AM
      Books
      • Title
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        Author(s)
        Copyright
        ISBN
        1
        Cost
        $0.00
      • Title
        A Guide to Drawing, 8th edition
        Author(s)
        Faber & Mendelowitz
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781111342722
        Cost
        $146.50
    • Section:
      DC02M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      2:00 PM - 3:45 PM
      Books
      • Title
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        Author(s)
        Copyright
        ISBN
        1
        Cost
        $0.00
      • Title
        A Guide to Drawing, 8th edition
        Author(s)
        Faber & Mendelowitz
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781111342722
        Cost
        $146.50
  3. ART 1030 Art History: Renaissance to 20th Century

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    This course focuses on a panoramic view of Western Art from the periods of the Renaissance to the 20th Century. Emphasis is given to Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Photography, Modern Architecture, and Post Modernism periods. An overview of non-Western art is included to aid in understanding the various cultures and the relevance of works of art to our own culture. The influence of social, cultural, historical, economic, spiritual, and technical trends during each period of recent history will also be discussed. The course encompasses the comprehension and use of the specialized vocabulary of art history and offers practice in applying the skills of visual analysis and historical interpretation to works of art. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    (ENG0710LE OR ENG0720LE OR CRD0020LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1050LE OR ENG1060LE) AND (CWR0040LE OR CWR0050LE OR ENG0810LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1050LE OR ENG1060LE) OR ENG102LELB OR ENG105LELB OR ENG106LE OR ENG0910LE OR ENG0920LE
    Corequisites:
  4. ART 1050 Art Appreciation

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    This course provides a general overview of the visual arts by exploring the diverse art historical periods and the media, materials, and techniques used by the various artists. (Spring)

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    Semesters

    FALL 2014

    • Section:
      VC01M
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      1:00 AM - 1:00 AM
      Books
      • Title
        Understanding Art, 10th edition
        Author(s)
        Fichner-Rathus
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781111836955
        Cost
        $168.95
  5. ART 1110 2D Foundations

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $26.00
    Course Description:

    This course will provide laboratory experience applying color theory and the elements of art, while giving students the opportunity to gain experience in designing these principles on a flat surface. (Fall)

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    FALL 2014

    • Section:
      EC01M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      5:00 PM - 6:45 PM
      Books
      • Title
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        Author(s)
        Copyright
        ISBN
        Cost
        $0.00
      • Title
        Basic Design, 8th edition
        Author(s)
        Lauer
        Copyright
        ISBN
        11111353980
        Cost
        $130.70
  6. ART 1120 3-D Foundations

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $26.00
    Course Description:

    Basic concepts of 3-D art and design are investigated via problem solving projects dealing with the organization of space and form using a variety of materials, processes and tools. (Fall)

    Prerequisites:
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    Semesters

    FALL 2014

    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      2:00 PM - 3:45 PM
      Books
      • Title
        No text required
        Author(s)
        Copyright
        ISBN
        1
        Cost
        $0.00
  7. ART 199 Art Elective

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Art Elective

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  8. ART 1990 Transfer-In 100 level

    Credits:
    0
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
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  9. ART 1991 ART Transfer Module 100 level transfer

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

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  10. ART 2010 Fine Arts Drawing II

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $31.00
    Course Description:

    This course will provide laboratory experience practicing a continuation of the skills learned in Fine Art Drawing I as well as further opportunities for students to practice and develop skills in perspective, chalk and pastels, inks and papers, human anatomy, and experience drawing the draped figure. Rendering of subject matter will be developed with a broader range of discipline with familiar media. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    ART1020LBLE
    Corequisites:
  11. ART 2020 Introduction to Watercolor Painting

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $26.00
    Course Description:

    This course will be an introduction to the materials of watercolor painting and their functions. Exploration of the construction and design of water-based painting and investigation into the character and actions of these paints using a variety of techniques will be pursued. Diverse papers and application methods will be taught as well as individual expression within a variety of subject matter to include still life and landscape painting. (On demand)

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  12. ART 2050 Beginning Painting

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $31.00
    Course Description:

    This course willprovide laboratory experience practicing various approaches to handling techniques for acrylic or oil painting, while giving opportunities for the studnet to gain experience in the development of color mixing, basic color theory and aesthetic awareness. Students will gain proficiency in technical skills, media and subject matter. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    ART1020LBLE
    Corequisites:
  13. ART 2100 Color Communications

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $34.00
    Course Description:

    A study of how light and pigments create color palettes as perceived by the eye in various mediums. A detailed examination of the psychology of color interactions as applied to artistic expression in print, painting, photography, and the computer. Color mixing, specification, systems, and control are explored during studio and lab exercises as well as interactive lectures. (Spring)

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  14. ART 2200 Sculpture

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    4
    Lab Fee:
    $60.00
    Course Description:

    This studio art course places emphasis on the development of essential 3-dimensional skills. Students will demonstrate a competency with modeling, mold-making, and both additive and subtractive methods of sculptural composition.

    Prerequisites:
    ART1120LELB
    Corequisites:
  15. ART 2700 Art Special Topics

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $25.00
    Course Description:

    This is a special topics course presented by the Art faculty.

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  16. ART 2990 Transfer-In 200 level

    Credits:
    0
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

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  17. ART 2991 ART Transfer Module 200 level transfer

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites: