prepares students to work as visual arts professionals or pursue graduate

Prepares students to work as visual arts

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prepares students to work as visual arts professionals or pursue graduate studies. 54 hours in Art required as follows: 9 hours Art History Core: ART 155, 156, 257. 9 hours Studio Arts Foundations: ART 103, 104, 109. 36 hours of Sequence requirements and electives in Art, which must include: — 1) at least 9 hours in the chosen discipline area, along with any other courses listed below as appropriate to that discipline; — 2) at least 12 hours at the 200-level in various media and disciplines, including the specific courses recom- mended for each discipline area listed below; — 3) either ART 379 or 385 and at least one additional 300-level Art History course in a pre-20th century period; — 4) at least 6 hours in 300-level Studio courses. NOTE: ART 201, 207, 211, 307, 309 do not count toward the Studio Arts Sequence. NOTE: 300-level courses within the various Discipline Areas may be repeated. Discipline Areas in Studio Arts: Students in the Studio Arts Sequence will choose one of the following disciplines as a means of developing extended awareness and compe- tence through intensive engagement in a particular area of the Studio Arts. The groups of courses shown below for each discipline include: (1) the courses required within that disci- pline (students will normally enroll in the initial course in the sophomore year), and (2) additional courses deemed appropriate for the discipline, which students are expected to include when selecting electives. These additional courses include Studio courses that fulfill the requirements for elec- tives in Art noted above; they may also include non-Studio or non-Art courses that serve as general electives. Students are encouraged to consult with faculty members in their Discipline Areas for advice on choosing electives that will complement their individual interests. Ceramics: ART 228, 229 and 328; 232 and 234; 213 and 3 hours from drawing, intaglio, lithography, paint- ing, photography, or video. Drawing: ART 213, 214, 313 and 331; 6 hours from ceramics, glass, metalwork and jewelry design, sculpture or wood; either 235 or 252; either 245 or 246, and 261. Glass: ART 255, 355 and 364; 232 and 3 hours from ceramics, metalwork and jewelry design, sculpture or wood; 6 hours from drawing, intaglio, lithography, painting, photography or video. Intaglio: ART 245, 345 and 347; 232 and 3 hours from ceramics, glass, metalwork and jewelry design or wood; 213 and 261. Lithography: ART 246, 346 and 347; 232 and 3 hours from ceramics, glass, metalwork and jewelry design, sculpture or wood; 213 and 261. Metalwork and Jewelry Design: ART 224, 225 and 324; 232 and 3 hours from ceramics, glass, sculpture or wood; 6 hours from drawing, intaglio, lithography, painting, photography or video. Painting: ART 261, 262, 360 and 361; 6 hours from ceramics, glass, metalwork and jewelry design, sculpture or wood; either 235 or 252; either 245 or 246; and 213. Photography: ART 235, 236, 335, 383, and 6 hours from 252, 253, 333, 351.16, 356, 358; 6 hours from ceramics, glass, metalwork and jewelry design, sculpture or wood; 3 hours from drawing, intaglio, lithography, painting or video.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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