Art (ART)

ART-252  History & Appreciation of Art  3 Credits  

A survey of painting, sculpture, and architecture beginning with the Renaissance and concluding with Modern Art. Illustrated lectures, reading, and study of current exhibitions. Field trip fees may apply. (meets Humanities/Fine Arts requirement)

Terms Typically Offered: Spring.

ART-252C  Hist/Appreciation of Art  3 Credits  

A survey of painting, sculpture, and architecture beginning with the Renaissance and concluding with Modern Art. Illustrated lectures, reading, and study of current exhibitions. Field trip fee.

ART-256  Drawing and Rendering  2 Credits  

Students will learn the basic artistic techniques involved in sketching, drawing and rendering. Training will include use of varied media, perspective and architectural rendering, as well as human anatomy.

ART-275  Drawing & Painting  3 Credits  

Study, evaluation, and creative use of concepts and materials of drawing and painting. Emphasis on problems in using line, color, mass, value, and texture. Lab fee.

ART-290  Art Practice  1 Credit  

Practical workshops are primarily laboratory yet include illustration, demonstration, and lecture to support the techniques being applied by the student. The offerings are unique to the professor and may include drawing (with various media), watercolor, oil, and/or acrylic painting. Permission of the instructor required. May be repeated for credit to a limit of eight units.

ART-291  Special Topic in Art  1 Credit  

Focus upon an artist, genre, technique, or artistic movement.

ART-292  Special Topic in Art  2 Credits  

Focus upon an artist, genre, technique, or artistic movement.

ART-293  Special Topic in Art  3 Credits  

Focus upon an artist, genre, technique, or artistic movement.

ART-325  Techniques of Art  3 Credits  
ART-330  Art Techniques for Teachers  3 Credits  

Art experiences for all grades. Understanding and creative use of materials, tools, ideas, and their sources as they apply to elementary education. Approximately one hour of lecture followed by two hours of laboratory projects. Lab fee.

ART-470  Special Topic:  3-6 Credits  
ART-480  Individual Studies:  1-3 Credits  
ART-490  Seminar:  1-3 Credits