The art minor satisfies state secondary teaching endorsement requirements in art. You must also complete the requirements of the secondary education program.
(4 credits)Drawing will emphasize learning how to perceive the three- dimensional world and render it on paper using the most simple and direct drawing media. Drawing will form the foundation of work in other media. Design fundamentals will be a significant part of the course. A fee is associated with this course.
(4 credits) The art of working with clay and other ceramic materials. Emphasis will be upon learning the fundamentals of three-dimensional design and achieving an understanding of clay as a unique art form. Techniques include hand-building sculptural and functional forms, and learning the basics of throwing on the wheel and glazing. A fee is associated with this course.
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(4 credits) This course will provide an introduction to the foundationalprintmaking techniques of: intaglio, lithography, relief, and monotype.Demonstrations and individual assistance will help you gain technicalproficiency, while in-class discussions and critiques will help youcultivate unique visual ideas. Reading assignments and responsive essayswill allow you to consider questions inherent in printmaking and hone yourability to put visual phenomena into words.
Introduces students to the techniques of oil, acrylic and water color painting. Students will learn to understand compositional form and color relationships. Historical examples of painting are examined and different methods of painting are demonstrated. Class critiques are used to learn formal vocabulary and achieve an understanding of subject style and content in painting.(4 credits)
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Art History Survey, Prehistoric Through Medieval
(4 credits, alternate years, consult department)(IGE option under Aesthetic Experience) This course provides a survey of art from the Prehistoric through Medieval periods. Students will study the development of artists and artistic styles by examining key visual works and pertinent social, political, and philosophical ideas and events. Through written responses, discussions, and projects, students will explore the impact of art from this time period, and learn how to articulate thoughts clearly and tactfully.
Art History Survey, Renaissance Through Early 20th Century
This course provides a survey of art from the Renaissance through early 20thcentury. Students will study the development of artists and artistic stylesby examining key visual works and relevant social, political, andphilosophical ideas and events. Through written responses, discussions, andprojects, students will explore the impact of art from this time period, andlearn how to articulate thoughts clearly and tactfully. (4 credits;alternate years, consult department) (NWCore option under AestheticExperience).