206 COMPUTER ARTS PERFORMANCE STUDIO 3 S Cons inst req Also offered as MUSTHE

206 computer arts performance studio 3 s cons inst

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206 COMPUTER ARTS PERFORMANCE STUDIO 3 S Cons inst req. Also offered as MUS/THE 206. Creative and interdisciplinary experiences in solo and ensemble performance integrating computer technology into music, dance, performance art, or theatre production. 208 ARTS FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD: VISUAL ART 3 F,S Early Childhood Ed maj only. Compl 30 hrs req. Not for cr if had C&I 283. Theoretical, practical, and experiential learning for develop- ing knowledge and skills in visual art with emphasis on inte- grating the arts. 211 MEDIA, TECHNIQUES AND INQUIRY FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS 3 S ART 103, 104, 109 req; Teacher Ed Seq only or cons School req. C or better in ART 201 req. Clin Exp: 10 hrs. May Incl Clin Exp: Types 1-4, and 9. Materials charge optional. Media, techniques and inquiry suitable for secondary schools. 213 LIFE DRAWING I 3 F,S ART 103, 104, and 109 req or cons inst and School. Materials charge optional. Introduction to drawing the human figure from direct obser- vation. Anatomical structure, pictorial structure and expres- sion. Discussion and critiques. 214 DRAWING COMPOSITION 3 F,S ART 103, 104, 109, 213 req, or cons inst and School. Materials charge optional. Expanded concepts of drawing, alternative forms of imag- ing, contemporary issues and related formal concerns. Readings, discussion and critiques. 216 GRAPHIC DESIGN HISTORY 3 F ART 155, 156, 257 req. Does not fulfill program req for Art History credit. Formerly ART 316. Survey of Graphic Design History with an emphasis on movements, significant figures and technological advance- ments in the field since 1800. 224 METALWORK AND JEWELRY DESIGN I 3 F,S ART 103, 104, and 109 req, or cons inst and School. Materials charge optional. Introduction to the tools, techniques, and fabricating processes used for creating in metals. 225 METALWORK AND JEWELRY DESIGN II 3 F,S ART 103, 104, 109, 224 req. Materials charge optional. Further exploration of fabrication and casting techniques; emphasis on surface treatment such as repousse’ , etching, lamination, and inlay. 226 GRAPHIC DESIGN I 3 F,S ART 103, 104, and 109 req, or cons inst and School. Materials charge optional. Basic graphic design techniques. Includes study of letter forms and design procedures. Practice in rendering skills. 227 GRAPHIC DESIGN II 3 F,S ART 103, 104, 109, 226 req. Materials charge optional. Application of design techniques to visual communications media. Emphasis on combining lettering with illustrational elements in preparation for reproduction processes. 228 CERAMICS I 3 F,S ART 103, 104, and 109 req or cons inst and School. Materials charge optional. Introduction to the physical characteristics of clay. Basic hand building and firing processes explored. Introduction to glaze processes. 229 CERAMICS II 3 F,S ART 103, 104, 109, 228 req. Materials charge optional. An expansion of hand building methods and the introduc- tion of wheel-throwing techniques. Glazing and firing methods emphasized.
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  • Fall '15
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