ART 191 Art Appreciation I 2 qh
A history of art, architecture, sculpture, and commercial design. The course is also a study of the elements of composition, space, relationships, form, balance, and color values.
ART 192 Art Appreciation II A continuation of Art 191. 2 qh
ART 193 Art Appreciation III A continuation of Art 192. 2 qh
ART 194 Art Appreciation 5 qh
A history of art, architecture, sculpture, and commercial design. The course is also a study of the elements of composition, space, relationships, form, balance, and color values. (Art 191, 192, and 193 combined and taught in one course.)
ART 195 Design I 5 qh
A course that helps students develop the skills and understanding of basic two dimensional design, color use, perspective, texture, intensity, and composition. Students will be required to complete projects that will aid in developing these skills and concepts.
ART 196 Drawing I 5 qh
A beginning drawing course with specific concentration on tools, materials, design, composition, and display and mounting procedures. Some art supplies will be needed.
ART 197 Drawing II 5 qh
A second level drawing class with an emphasis on mixed media. Students will also learn how to display and conserve their art, and they will be required to produce a portfolio. Prerequisite: ART 196.
ART 198 Painting I 5 qh
A beginning painting class using acrylics and oil painting on canvas, paper, and board. Slides and lectures about present and past painters will be given, as well as a lecture on the dangers of toxic materials.
ART 199 Painting II 5 qh
A second level painting class covering advanced techniques and applications. Prerequisite: ART 198.
ART 200 Art and Technology 5 qh
Art class based on the use and limited mastery of software enabling student to use a digital camera, scanner, and printer. Includes creating and enhancing art.
ART 205 3 Dimensional Design 5 qh
Continuation of Design I (ART 195). Student will organize in space, employing the use of design elements to create three dimensional sculpture.