232 SCULPTURE I 3 FS ART 103 104 and 109 req or cons inst and School Materials

232 sculpture i 3 fs art 103 104 and 109 req or cons

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232 SCULPTURE I 3 F,S ART 103, 104, and 109 req or cons inst and School. Materials charge optional. Exploration of sculpture techniques and materials within context of historical developments. Introduction to 3-dimen- sional spatial concerns. 233 SCULPTURE II 3 F,S ART 103, 104, 109, 232 req. Materials charge optional. Further exploration of sculpture techniques and materials. Advanced 3-dimensional spatial concerns presented within a context of art historical development. 234 WOOD I 3 F,S ART 103, 104, 109 req or cons inst and School. Mate- rials charge optional. Formerly WOOD DESIGN I. Studio course exploring wood as a design medium. 235 PHOTOGRAPHY I 3 F,S ART 103, 104, and 109 req, or cons inst and School. Materials charge optional. Photography as an art form. 236 PHOTOGRAPHY II 3 F,S ART 103, 104, 109, 235 or cons inst req. Materials charge optional. Further study of photography as an art form. Individual exploration of techniques and subjects. 283 Art
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C F A 243 SOUND DESIGN 1: PROPERTIES AND AUDIO TECHNOLOGIES 3 F Also offered as MUS/THE 243. Developing a basic understanding of the properties and perceptions of sound, audio technologies, and their rela- tionship to artistic applications. 245 INTAGLIO I 3 F,S ART 103, 104, and 109 req or cons inst and School. Materials charge optional. Introduction to intaglio processes. Techniques such as etch- ing, engraving, dry point, and aquatint within context of pic- torial spatial understanding. 246 LITHOGRAPHY I 3 F,S ART 103, 104, and 109 req or cons inst and School. Materials charge optional. Introduction to lithographic processes. Techniques on stone and aluminum plates with airbrush, crayon, and tusche draw- ing within context of pictorial spatial understanding. 252 VIDEO I 3 ART 103, 104, 109, or cons inst and School req. Materi- als charge optional. Formerly VIDEO ART I. Video as a creative medium emphasizing experimental, nar- rative and nonnarrative production; screenings of video art, film and television. 253 VIDEO II 3 ART 103, 104, 109, 252 req. Materials charge optional. Formerly VIDEO ART II. Video as a creative medium emphasizing digital editing and multimedia as well as conceptual and formal strategies for personal expression. 255 GLASS I 3 F,S ART 103, 104, and 109 req, or cons inst and School. Materials charge optional. An introduction to the use of glass as an artist’s material, concentrating on “hot-forming” processes. 257 SURVEY OF ART III 3 F,S The major developments in European painting, sculpture, and architecture from the Romantic period, circa 1775, to the present. 261 PAINTING I 3 F,S ART 103, 104, and 109 req, or cons inst and School. Materials charge optional. Experimental work with variety of transparent and opaque painting media. 262 PAINTING II 3 F,S ART 103, 104, 109, and 261 req. Materials charge optional. Problems of pictorialization and survey of contemporary trends in painting. 275 WORLD ARTS: VISUAL ARTS OC-FA 3 F,S ENG 101; COM 110 req; MC-LH category req. Not for cr if had ART 140.
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  • Fall '15
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