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Art

Course Offerings

Art 510

3 (crs.)

Art History, Ancient Art

Topics in ancient painting, sculpture, architecture, and allied arts. 310/510

Art 511

3 (crs.)

Art History, Medieval Art

Topics in medieval painting, sculpture, architecture, and allied arts. 311/511

Art 513

3 (crs.)

Art History, Italian Renaissance Art

Selected topics in Italian Renaissance painting, sculpture, architecture, and allied arts. 313/513

Art 514

3 (crs.)

Northern Renaissance Art

This course will explore art and culture in Northern Europe (primarily the Netherlands and Germany) between 1300 and 1700. While concentrating on the visual arts (primarily painting, sculpture and the graphic arts), the course will also include a broader investigation of the arts of the Renaissance in the relation to contemporary, literature, politics, religion, society and patronage. The course will closely examine the works of the great artists of the Renaissance period in the North-Jan van Eyck, Hieronymus Bosch, Albrecht Durer, Hans Holbein the Younger and Pieter Bruegel the elder and their contemporaries-in the context of their lives and environment. Prerequisites: Art 209, Art 210; or permission of instructor.

Art 515

3 (crs.)

Art History, European Baroque and Rococo Art, Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

Topics in Seventeenth and Eighteenth century painting, sculpture, architecture, and allied arts. 315/515

Art 517

3 (crs.)

Art History, Art of India, China and Japan

Historical development of the indigenous and religious arts of India, China, and Japan. 317/517

Art 520

3 (crs.)

Art History, European Art, Nineteenth Century

Selected topics in Nineteenth century painting, sculpture, architecture and allied arts. 320/520.

Art 521

3 (crs.)

Art History, Modern

Selected topics in modern painting, sculpture, architecture and allied arts. 321/521.

Art 522

3 (crs.)

Art History, Contemporary

Selected topics in contemporary painting, sculpture, architecture, and allied arts. 322/522

Art 523

3 (crs.)

Art History, American Art

Selected topics in American painting, sculpture, architecture, and allied arts.

Art 659

3 (crs.)

Lithography

Advanced work in graphics-lithography. This course may be repeated for credit as needed. Prerequisite: Art 359 or proficiency determined by portfolio. Special fees may apply. 459/659.

Art 660

3 (crs.)

Intaglio

Advanced work in graphics-etching. This course may be repeated for credit as needed. Prerequisite: Art 360 or proficiency determined by portfolio. Special fees may apply. 460/660.

Art 661

3 (crs.)

Woodcut

Advanced work in graphics-woodcut. This course may be repeated for credit as needed. Prerequisite: Art 361 or proficiency determined by portfolio. Special fees may apply. 461/661.

Art 662

3 (crs.)

Serigraphy

Developmental continuation of the techniques and expressive potential of serigraphy. Emphasis will be placed upon individual development of artistic expression. Prerequisite: Art 362 or proficiency-determined by portfolio. May be repeated for credit as needed. Special fees may apply. 462/662.

Art 663

3 (crs.)

Art Metal

Course designed to give the student experience in advanced art metal construction, casting and metal smithing techniques and to reinforce design and craftsmanship. Prerequisite: Art 363 or proficiency determined by portfolio. May be repeated for credit as needed. Special fees may apply. 463/663.

Art 671

3 (crs.)

Ceramics

Student is expected to foster a more individual approach toward form and to develop a personal philosophy in regard to the total ceramic process, especially in the area of glaze chemistry forming methods, kiln building, firing and ceramic history. Prerequisite: Art 371 or proficiency determined by portfolio. May be repeated for credit as needed. Special fees may apply. 471/671.

Art 767

3 (crs.)

Sculpture

Advanced work in sculpture stressing individual development towards professional competence. May be repeated for credit as needed. Prerequisite: Art 467 or proficiency determined by portfolio. Special fees may apply.

Art 791

3 (crs.)

Art Seminar

A seminar which will introduce the student to the areas of potential research in the arts. The seminar includes directed readings, methods of conducting research, and the preparation of thesis, seminar paper, or exhibition catalog.