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ART 110 Two-Dimensional Foundations

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    Feb 21, 2016
    | Would recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    This course, taken to test my interest in an art minor, was a wonderful experience, exposing me and my classmates to the world of art as well as teaching us skills in interpreting others' work. This class offered a broad understanding of all different classifications of two-dimensional art, from painting to block-printing, and was a wonderful way to expand student's minds beyond their preconceived notions of what could be counted as art.

    Course highlights:

    This course taught me about dozens of methods of two-dimensional art, taught me how to construct concise artist's statements, and aided in the overall broadening of my knowledge beyond my intended major, which also lead to greater success in my other courses, as my knowledge was expanded in manners I had not expected

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    9-11 hours

    Advice for students:

    This class does challenge students, but it offers such a diverse set of course projects that everyone has the chance to succeed. Be ready to dive in and don't be afraid to get your hands messy. Though this course requires lots of time outside of class, it is definitely worth it. Pay attention to what the instructor says about the meanings behind your work; make each piece and expression of yourself or the world around you. You need to dig deep to gain the full breadth of knowledge available to you in this course.

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