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Studio exploration of wood as a medium of personal expression. 345 INTAGLIO II 3 F,S ART 103, 104, 109, 245 req. May be repeated. Materials charge optional. Further study of intaglio processes with greater emphasis on intaglio as an expressive medium. Introduction to color possibilities. 346 LITHOGRAPHY II 3 F,S ART 103, 104, 109, 246 req. May be repeated. Materials charge optional. Further study of lithographic processes with greater emphasis on lithography as an expressive medium. Intro- duction to color possibilities. 347 ADVANCED PRINTMAKING 3 F,S ART 103, 104, 109, 345 and 246, or 346 and 245 req. May be repeated. Materials charge optional. Advanced study of printmaking. Emphasis on contemporary printmaking issues related to content, directions in printmak- ing, and exploration of all print media. 349 VISITING ARTIST SEMINAR 2 F,S Art maj or cons inst req. May be repeated. A seminar-type class, taught by visiting artists and mem- bers of the Art Department faculty, focusing upon contem- porary issues of fine arts and the creative process. 350 SOFTWARE DESIGN IN THE ARTS II 3 S ART/MUS/THE 387 or cons inst req. Also offered as MUS/THE 350. Designing on-line digital projects for the Internet which use Web and multimedia techniques to create aesthetic models for art, music, and theatre expression. 285 Art
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C F A 351 SPECIAL PROJECTS IN ART 2-6 F,S ART 103, 104, 109, Art maj and cons inst req. May be repeated. May Incl Clin Exp: Type 1-4, 6, 8, and 9. Materials charge optional. Special projects in any area in Art, chosen by the student for advanced investigation with the written approval of the instructor. May not duplicate existing courses. 352 RENDERING FOR INTERIOR DESIGNERS 3 F,S Not for cr Art maj/min. TEC 211 and FCS 242, or ART 103 and 104, or cons inst req. Also offered as FCS 352. Perspective sketching and delineations of architectural inte- riors. Various media and application techniques will be stressed for professional results in presentations. 353 COMPUTER MUSIC NOTATION 3 S Cons inst req. Also offered as MUS/THE 353. Comparative study of computer-based music notation soft- ware using MIDI and other note entry systems for printing musical scores. 354 SEQUENCING AND DIGITAL AUDIO 3 S Cons inst req. Also offered as MUS/THE 354. Study of music synthesis through MIDI sequencers, digital sound editing and recording, and the integration of digital audio and MIDI. 355 GLASS II 3 F,S ART 103, 104, 109, 255 and cons inst and School req. May be repeated. Materials charge optional. Advanced class further exploring glass as an artist’s mater- ial and addressing the application of color and “warm” glass processes. 356 COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY 3 ART 103, 104, 109, 236 or 335 and cons inst req. Materials charge optional. An introduction to basic color photography techniques with an emphasis on color photography as a fine art medium. 357 INTEGRATED MEDIA II 3 F,S ART 284 (ART 103, 104, 109, ART/MUS/THE 276, and ART 235 or 252) or cons of inst and School req.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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