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   Through 08/02
   09/02 to 11/03
   12/03 to 01/04
   02/04 to 04/04

 

Art Course Descriptions

Explanation of Course Description Items

ART 101
Fundamentals of Design
2 to 3 credits
Offered every fall semester

Covers the elements of line, value, shape, texture, and color used according to the principles of design in two-dimensional composition.
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 102
Color and Design
2 to 3 credits
Offered every spring semester

Principles of color theory as related to the visual arts.
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 111
Drawing
1 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Study and practice of various representational drawing techniques in various media.
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format


ART 111A
Drawing/Pastels
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Introduction to pastel materials and techniques.

ART 111B
Drawing/The Creative Process
2 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment

In this beginning course, students will sketch 3-dimensional forms in chiaroscuro and create one-and two-point perspective drawings.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 114
Figure Drawing
2 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Drawing from draped models, supplementary study of anatomy.

ART 122
Beginning Stained Glass I
1 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Precision glass cutting, copper foil and lead came techniques are developed in the creation of stained glass for interior and architectural art objects.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 123
Beginning Stained Glass II
1 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Precision glass cutting, copper foil and lead came techniques are developed in the creation of stained glass for interior and architectural art objects.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format


ART 126
Glass Design
2 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Provides the student with an opportunity to understand and relate the media of liquid glass in its basic element in nature and for its practical as well as aesthetic use.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 128
Beginning Photography
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Studies the operation of the camera with emphasis on its use as a creative tool, basic darkroom techniques, and controls.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 133
World Art I
3 credits
GE category: Humanities
Offered every fall semester

Survey of the history of art from the Paleolithic period to the Renaissance, including non-Western art.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 134
World Art II
3 credits
GE category: Humanities
Offered every spring semester

Survey of the history of art from the Renaissance to the present time.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 145
Beginning Watercolor I
1 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Introducing a variety of techniques using water-soluble media with emphasis on composition and color.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 146
Beginning Watercolor II
1 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
To introduce students to the methods and materials of watercolor paintings with the expectation of the development of some technical skills.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format


ART 147
Beginning Oil Painting I
1 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Oil painting materials and techniques including composition, structure, and expression are studied.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 148
Beginning Oil Painting II
1 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 147.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 151
Beginning Sculpture I
1 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Develops basic techniques and skills in modeling, the creation of sculpture, and casting basic to composition.

ART 152
Beginning Sculpture II
1 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 151.

ART 153
Beginning Scrapbooking I
1 to 2 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
The student is introduced to the methods and techniques of modern scrapbooking.  The student will learn how to develop quality page layouts through paper selection, cropping photos, journaling, use of stamps, embossing, incorporation of computer generated images and text, and templates, along with many other scrapbooking techniques currently being used in the scrapbooking industry.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format


ART 154
Beginning Scrapbooking II
1 to 2 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 153.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 157
Beginning Woodcarving I
2 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Develops methods of carving and composition. Studies in types of woods and how to use their natural qualities; how to use a variety of finishes for the woods.

ART 158
Beginning Woodcarving II
2 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 157.

ART 159
China Painting
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
This class will cover the act of painting overglazes on the surface of china or tile blanks.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 161
Beginning Ceramics I
1 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Problems in hand-forming, wheel work, design, glazes, decorative processes, clays, and firing are covered.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 162
Beginning Ceramics II
1 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 161.
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 168
Beginning Ceramic Crafts I
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Painting techniques are developed in the use of stains and glazes for the decoration of mold-made ceramic objects. Small kiln firing skills are developed.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 169
Beginning Ceramic Crafts II
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Painting techniques are developed in the use of stains and glazes for the decoration of mold-made ceramic objects.  Small kiln firing skills are developed.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 171
Beginning Crafts I
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Design and execution of various crafts.

ART 171A
Beginning Crafts I - Tole Painting
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Design and execution of various crafts utilizing the artistic technique of tole painting.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 172
Beginning Crafts II
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 171.

ART 172A
Beginning Crafts II - Tole Painting
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 171A.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 173
Beginning Jewelry I
1 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Fundamentals of jewelry making; covers basic fabrication of jewelry from sheet and wire; covers forming and soldering.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 174
Beginning Jewelry II
1 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Fundamentals of jewelry making; covers basic fabrication of jewelry from sheet and wire; covers forming and soldering.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 176
Beginning Gem Faceting I
2 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Faceting machine is used to develop skills in gem stone faceting. A variety of cuts and styles are used depending on the natural qualities and shape of the stone.

ART 177
Beginning Gem Faceting II
2 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 176.

ART 178
Beginning Lapidary I
2 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
An introductory course in the study and application of classifying, selecting, cutting, shaping, and polishing minerals and gem stones.

ART 179
Beginning Lapidary II
2 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 178.

ART 180
Lettering
2 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Letter forms, spacing, and layout; provides basis for advanced study in lettering and commercial design.

ART 181
Advertising Design I
3 credits
Offered every fall semester
Principles, tools, techniques, and media in advertising layout. Includes layout, presentation, and concept development.

ART 182
Advertising Design II
3 credits

Offered every spring semester
Continuation of ART 181.

ART 184
Basic Computer Graphics
3 credits
Offered upon request
Emphasizes the fundamental concepts and features of Photoshop.  Uses industry-standard image-editing tools for designers who want to produce sophisticated graphics for the Web and for print.  This course cannot be used as a curriculum requirement for the Advertising Design AAS program.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 185
Advanced Computer Graphics
3 credits
Offered upon request
Emphasizes the advanced concepts and features of Photoshop.  Uses industry-standard image-editing tools for designers who want to produce sophisticated graphics for the Web and for print.  This course cannot be used as a curriculum requirement for the Advertising Design AAS program.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 186
Introduction to Computer Graphics
3 credits

Offered every fall semester
Introduction to the use of computers in electronic or "desktop" publishing with emphasis on design rather than in-depth study of software, leading to the creation of a variety of readable, professionally laid-out documents which meet design and printing industry standards. Students will be introduced to the basic use of graphics, typography, scanning, photo and type manipulation.

ART 187A
Photo Imaging I
2 credits
Offered upon request
Maximizing the quality of graphic images by adjusting color or image in parts of that picture.  Improving the ability to print the picture after it has been modified. Instruction utilizes Adobe Photoshop software.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
 
ART 187B
Photo Imaging II
2 credits
Offered upon request
Prerequisite: ART 187A or concurrent enrollment in ART 187A
Using a variety of tools and commands for improving the quality of a photographic image.  Transforming ordinary images into extraordinary digital artwork.  Creating graphics by modifying image data using Adobe Photoshop software.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
 
ART 187C
Photo Imaging III
2 credits
Offered upon request
Prerequisite: ART 187A and ART 187B or concurrent enrollment in ART 187B
Using the pen tool to draw precise straight or curved paths and create intricate selections.  Creating advanced vector shapes which can be filled, stroked and used as clipping paths.  Creating complex effects using layers masks, clipping groups and style layers with Adobe Photoshop software.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 188
Electronic Publishing
3 credits

Offered every spring semester
An introduction to electronic or "desktop" publishing on the Macintosh computer. Topics will include the development of text and graphics and the use of page layout programs such as Pagemaker or Quark Xpress to create a variety of documents for publication.

ART 189
Typography and Typesetting
2 credits

Offered every spring semester
A study of type and typesetting including the history and development of type; terminology; fonts and their uses; type in design; composition, copy fitting, and typesetting on the computer.

ART 190
Beginning Fibers I
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Use of fibers through a variety of techniques. Includes introduction to off-loom weaving, on-loom weaving, machine knitting, basketry and paper making.

ART 191
Beginning Fibers II
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Further development of techniques developed in ART 190.

ART 216
Illustration I
2 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Prerequisite: ART 101, ART 102, ART 111, and ART 114
Problems in general illustration. Exploration of varied techniques, styles, and media for illustration. Development of skills; emphasis on highly finished work.

ART 217
Illustration II
2 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Prerequisite: ART 216
Continuation of ART 216.

ART 222
Intermediate Stained
Glass I
2 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 122-123. Precision glass cutting, copper foil and lead came techniques are developed in the creation of stained glass for interior and architectural art objects.

ART 223
Intermediate Stained
Glass II
2 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 222.

ART 228
Intermediate Photography
2 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
More advanced camera techniques applied to outdoor and studio photography. Use of various lenses and filters to enhance the image.
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 245
Intermediate Watercolor I
1 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 145-146. A variety of techniques using water-soluble media with emphasis on composition and color.

ART 246
Intermediate Watercolor II
1 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 245.

ART 247
Intermediate Oil Painting I
1 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Introduction to oil painting materials and techniques.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 248
Intermediate Oil Painting II
1 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 247.

ART 251
Intermediate Sculpture I
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 151-152. Develops techniques and skills in modeling, the creation of sculpture, and casting basic to composition.

ART 252
Intermediate Sculpture II
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 251.

ART 253
Intermediate Scrapbooking I
1 to 2 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 154.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 254
Intermediate Scrapbooking II
1 to 2 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 253.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 257
Intermediate Woodcarving I
2 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 157-158. Develops methods of carving and composition. Studies in types of woods and how to use their natural qualities; how to use a variety of finishes for the woods.

ART 258
Intermediate
Woodcarving II
2 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 257.

ART 261
Intermediate Ceramics I
2 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 161-162. Problems in hand-forming, wheel work, design, glazes, decorative processes, clays, and firing are covered.

ART 262
Intermediate Ceramics II
2 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 261.

ART 263
Firing Techniques I
2 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Methods of firing ranging from pit fire, sigillata, raku, and majolica, using low-fire clay bodies such as terra cotta and low-fire electric kiln cone 06 firing range. This hands-on course will consist of making ware, preparation of kiln, firing, unloading and cleaning up.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 264
Firing Techniques II
2 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Methods of firing-salt fire. The use of fifteenth-century German firing techniques in which salt is thrown into the kiln upon maturing temperature. The salt rapidly vaporizes and combines with the silica in the clay to form an "orange peel" effect on its surface. This hands-on course will consist of making of ware, preparation of kiln, firing, unloading and cleaning up.

ART 268
Intermediate Ceramic Crafts I
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 168-169. Painting techniques are developed in the use of stains and glazes for the decoration of mold-made ceramic objects. Small kiln firing skills are developed.

ART 269
Intermediate Ceramic Crafts II
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 268.

ART 271
Intermediate Crafts I
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Design and execution of various crafts.

ART 271A
Intermediate Crafts I - Tole Painting
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 172A.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 272
Intermediate Crafts II
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 271.

ART 272A
Intermediate Crafts II - Tole Painting
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 271A.
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
3 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 273
Intermediate Jewelry I
2 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Develops skills begun in Beginning Jewelry I and II, including sand casting, metal and wood inlays, overlays and marriage of metals.

ART 274
Intermediate Jewelry II
2 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Advanced fabrication techniques including chain making and box construction. Emphasis is on the development of personal expression in the design of jewelry.

ART 276
Intermediate Gem
Faceting I
2 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 176-177. Faceting machine is used to develop skills in gem stone faceting. A variety of cuts and styles are used depending on the natural qualities and shape of the stone.

ART 277
Intermediate Gem
Faceting II
2 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 276.

ART 278
Lapidary III
2 to 3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Advanced study of lapidary arts, gem identification, material suitability, tools and techniques, and may introduce the student to the faceting of precious gems and the art of intarsia.

ART 279
Lapidary IV
2 to 3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 278.

ART 280
Lettering II
2 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
The study of hand drawn letter forms, spacing and layout.

ART 285
Printmaking
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Printmaking processes for synthesis into a form of personal expression. Emphasis on etching, intaglio, block printing, and silk-screen.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 287
Pixel Imaging/Photoshop
3 credits
Offered every fall semester
Maximizes the quality of graphic images; prepares color images for output; creates special graphic effects; modifying scanned images; retouching images; painting and drawing graphic images; creating graphic images from scratch.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

ART 289
Portfolio Development
1 credit

Offered every spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Assembling a portfolio of student art work for transfer and job seeking purposes. Development of a resume.

ART 290
Intermediate Fibers I
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Experimentation with advanced techniques and fibers. Investigation of fiber and fiber uses.

ART 291
Intermediate Fibers II
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Continuation of ART 290.

ART 297
Workshop
1 to 6 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Designed to meet a variety of needs for students in Art.

ART 298
Workshop
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Designed to meet a variety of needs for students in Art.

ART 299
Independent Study
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Design and execution of original projects under faculty supervision.