ARCHIVE: Spring 2002
ART (ART)
Studio Core Curriculum - Ceramics - Drawing - Fibers - Intermedia - Metals - Painting - Photography - Printmaking - Sculpture - Special Studio Art
STUDIO CORE CURRICULUM
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ART 111 Drawing I. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Fundamental, technical, and perceptual skills using common drawing media and their application to pictorial organization. 6 hours a week.

ART 112 Two-Dimensional Design. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Fundamentals of pictorial design. 6 hours a week.

ART 113 Color. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Principles of color theory as related to the visual arts. 6 hours a week. Prerequisites: ART 111, 112.

ART 115 Three-Dimensional Design. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Fundamentals of 3D form. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 111, 112.

ART 294 Special Topics. (3)
fall and spring

CERAMICS
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ART 260 Ceramics for Nonmajors. (3)
fall and spring
Handbuilding methods, wheel throwing, glaze and decorative processes, Raku, and stoneware firings. 6 hours a week. Fee.

ART 261 Ceramic Survey. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Handforming methods, throwing on the wheel, decorative processes, and glaze application. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 112, 115.

ART 360 Ceramic Throwing. (3)
fall and spring
Design analysis and production of functional pottery. Emphasis on throwing techniques, surface enrichment, and glaze application. 6 hours a week. May be repeated once for credit. Fee.

ART 364 Ceramic Handbuilding I. (3)
fall
Search for form using handbuilding techniques. Kiln firing and related problems. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 261 or instructor approval.

ART 365 Ceramic Handbuilding II. (3)
spring
Continuation of ART 364 with an additional focus on large-scale works, surface treatments, and glaze decoration with related kiln firing applications. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 364 or instructor approval.

ART 394 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Ceramics
Fee.
(b)Turning
Fee.

ART 460 Ceramic Clay. (3)
spring
Research into various clay body formulations, local natural materials, slip glazes, and engobes. Lecture, lab, studio. Fee. Prerequisites: both ART 360 and 364 or only instructor approval.

ART 463 Ceramic Glaze. (3)
fall
Glaze calculation and formulation using various glaze colors and surfaces. Lecture, lab, studio. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 460 or instructor approval.

ART 466 Special Problems in Ceramics. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Emphasis on personal expression within structure of seminars, critiques, and studio work. Professional methods of presentation/documentation of work. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 364 or instructor approval.

ART 494 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Ceramics Printmaking
Fee.
(b)Enameling
Fee.
(c)Turning
Fee.
(d)Vapor Glazes
Fee.

ART 594 Conference and Workshop. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Turning
Fee.

ART 598 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Ceramic Clay
Fee.
(b)Ceramic Glaze
Fee.
(c)Ceramics Printmaking
Fee.
(d)Enameling
Fee.
(e)Experimental Printmaking
Fee.
(f)Special Problems in Ceramics
Fee.
DRAWING
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ART 211 Drawing II. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Continued development of technical and perceptual skills. Emphasis on materials and pictorial content. 6 hours a week. Prerequisites: ART 113, 115.

ART 214 Life Drawing I. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Development of skill and expressiveness in drawing the basic form, construction, and gesture from the human figure. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 113, 115.

ART 311 Drawing III. (3)
fall and spring
Emphasis on composition, exploration of drawing media. 6 hours a week. Prerequisites: ART 211, 214; instructor approval.

ART 314 Life Drawing II. (3)
fall and spring
Drawing from the model with greater reference to structural, graphic, and compositional concerns. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 214 or instructor approval.

ART 315 Life Drawing III. (3)
fall and spring
The human figure as the subject for drawing. Emphasis on conceptual alternatives and management of materials. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 314 or instructor approval.

ART 411 Advanced Drawing. (3)
fall and spring
Visual and intellectual concepts through problem solving and independent study. Emphasis on the individual creative statement. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: ART 311; instructor approval.

ART 414 Advanced Life Drawing. (3)
fall and spring
Various media and techniques on an advanced level. The human figure as an expressive vehicle in various contexts. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 315 or instructor approval.

ART 415 Art Anatomy. (4)
not regularly offered
Study of human anatomical structures as applied to the practice of figure-oriented art. 3 hours lecture, 5 hours studio a week. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 214.

ART 494 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
fall and spring
Possible topics:

(a)Drawing. (3)

ART 598 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Art Anatomy
Fee.
(b)Life Drawing
Fee.
FIBERS
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ART 276 Fibers I. (3)
fall and spring
Explores traditional and contemporary materials and basic techniques related to fibers. Embroidery, feltmaking, dyeing, block printing, plaiting, 3D structures. Fee. Prerequisites: both ART 113 and 115 or only instructor approval.

ART 294 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Fibers for Nonmajors
Fee.

ART 376 Fibers: Loom Techniques. (3)
once a year
Investigates loom techniques and computer pattern design. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 113 or 115 or instructor approval.

ART 377 Surface Design. (3)
fall and spring
Application of dyes and pigments on cloth exploring techniques, formal issues, and content. Cyanotype, monoprinting, painting on silk, resists, stenciling. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 276 or instructor approval.

ART 394 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Fibers Design for Nonmajors
Fee.

ART 476 Fibers: Multiple Harness Weaving. (3)
fall and spring
Advanced loom techniques and computer pattern design. Emphasis on individual design and loom application. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 113 or 115 or 376 or instructor approval.

ART 477 Printed Textiles. (3)
once a year
Techniques for screen printing on fabric exploring pattern as a compositional element. Various stencil methods including photographic processes. May be repeated for credit. Studio. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 377 or instructor approval.

ART 478 Advanced Surface Design. (3)
spring in odd years
Emphasis on personal expression with advanced problems in stitch resist, arashi shibori, transfers, indigo, vat and disperse dyes, and pigments. Studio. Prerequisites: both ART 377 and 477 or only instructor approval.

ART 494 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Fibers and Surface
Fee.
(b)Print Textiles
Fee.

ART 598 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Fibers and Surface
Fee.
(b)Print Textiles
Fee.
(c)Printed Textiles
Fee.
INTERMEDIA
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ART 345 Visualization and Prototyping I. (3)
spring in even years
Studio/seminar introduces concepts of computer visualization, modeling, and rapid prototyping in an interdisciplinary manner. Lecture, studio. Prerequisite: a General Studies CS course or instructor approval.

ART 346 3D Computer Imaging and Animation. (3)
fall and spring
3D modeling and animation. Emphasis on concepts and fine arts applications. Studio. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 113, 115; junior standing; instructor approval.
General Studies: CS

ART 348 Computer Animation I. (3)
fall and spring
Principles and applications of 3D animation for fine arts. Emphasis on animation techniques for expressive effects. Studio. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 346; junior standing; instructor approval.

ART 439 Mixed Media. (3)
fall and spring
Exploring visual effects by combining traditional and nontraditional methods, techniques, and concepts. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Studio. Prerequisites: a combination of ART 113 and 115 and 6 hours additional studio requirements or only instructor approval.

ART 440 New Media Concepts. (3)
fall and spring
Continued experiments with new media and interdisciplinary concerns in art. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 443. Corequisite: ART 441.

ART 441 Video Art. (1)
fall and spring
Utilizing video and audio equipment essential to the production of broadcast quality video art. 2 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Corequisite: ART 440.

ART 442 Folk/Outsider Art. (3)
fall
Explores ideas, attitudes, and art of contemporary “self-taught,” “visionary,” and “outsider” artists. Research and studio practice. Lecture, studio. Prerequisites: both ART 113 and 115 or only instructor approval.

ART 443 Intermedia. (3)
fall and spring
Experimental, conceptual, and interdisciplinary studio art with emphasis on new media and technologies. 6 hours a week. May be repeated once for credit. Prerequisites: both ART 113 and 115 or only instructor approval.

ART 449 Computer Animation and Video. (3)
fall and spring
Integrates 3D fine arts animation with video and compositing. May be repeated for credit. Studio. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 348 or instructor approval.

ART 450 Computer Animation and Audio. (3)
fall and spring
Integrates audio with 3D animation for fine arts applications. Includes compositing and effects. May be repeated for credit. Studio. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 449; instructor approval.

ART 470 Computer Animation Portfolio. (3)
fall and spring
Production of videotape and CD 3D animation portfolios for fine arts and industry integrating animation, video, and audio. May be repeated for credit. Studio. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 449; instructor approval.
General Studies: CS

ART 484 Internship. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

ART 494 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
fall and spring
Possible topics:

(a)Digital. (3)
(b)Intermedia. (3)
(c)Intermedia Elective. (3)
(d)Nonelectronic Intermedia. (3)

ART 499 Individualized Instruction. (1 – 3)
not regularly offered

ART 530 Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Computer Art. (3)
once a year
Integrates 2D and 3D computer imaging for art. Emphasizes new directions for computer imaging which accounts for media characteristics. Studio. Fee.

ART 540 Advanced Computer Art. (3)
once a year
Study of motion for 3D models, light sources, and surface effects. Assumes a comprehension of complex modeling, mapping, and lighting. Studio. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 346 or instructor approval.

ART 598 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Dimensional Animation
Fee.
(b)New Media Concepts
Fee.
(c)Video Art
METALS
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ART 272 Jewelry I. (3)
fall and spring
Emphasis on fabrication in jewelry making. Basic techniques of cutting and piercing, forging and soldering, and forming. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisite: freshman or sophomore or junior standing.

ART 372 Jewelry II. (3)
fall and spring
Fabricated approach to jewelry making. Techniques in stone setting and surface embellishment. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisites: a combination of ART 113 and 115 and 272 or only instructor approval.

ART 373 Metalworking I. (3)
once a year
Compression, die, and stretch forming as applied to hollow form construction. Hot and cold forging techniques as applied to smithing. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisites: a combination of ART 113 and 115 and 272 or only instructor approval.

ART 472 Advanced Jewelry. (3)
fall and spring
Jewelry making with emphasis on developing personal statements and craftsmanship. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 372; instructor approval.

ART 473 Advanced Metalworking. (3)
once a year
Forging and forming techniques in individualized directions. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 373; instructor approval.

ART 494 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
fall and spring
Possible topics:

(a)Metals. (3)

ART 598 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Jewelry Metalworking
Fee.
PAINTING
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ART 223 Painting I. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Fundamental concepts and materials of traditional and experimental painting media. Emphasis on preparation of painting supports, composition, and color. 6 hours a week. Prerequisites: ART 113, 115.

ART 227 Watercolor I. (3)
fall and spring
Fundamental concepts, materials, and techniques of watercolor. Emphasis on problem solving, basic skills, composition, and color. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 113, 115.

ART 323 Painting II. (3)
fall and spring
Development of competency in skills and expression. Assigned problems involve light, space, color, form, and content. 6 hours a week. Prerequisite: ART 223 or instructor approval.

ART 324 Painting III. (3)
fall and spring
Continuation of ART 323. 6 hours a week. Prerequisite: ART 323 or instructor approval.

ART 325 Figure Painting. (3)
fall and spring
The human figure clothed and nude as the subject for painting in selected media. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 314, 323.

ART 327 Watercolor II. (3)
once a year
Explorations of personal expression in watercolor. Continued development of watercolor skills using traditional and experimental materials and techniques. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 227.

ART 423 Advanced Painting. (3)
fall and spring
Continuation of ART 324. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: ART 324.

ART 425 Advanced Figure Painting. (3)
fall and spring
Continuation of ART 325. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 315, 324, 325.

ART 427 Advanced Watermedia. (3)
fall and spring
Continuation of ART 327. Advanced techniques, concepts, and methods with watercolor and other water-based media on paper. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 327 or instructor approval.

ART 494 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
fall and spring
Possible topics:

(a)Painting. (3)

ART 598 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Figure Painting
Fee.
(b)Watercolor
Fee.
PHOTOGRAPHY
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ART 201 Photography I. (3)
fall and spring
Development of skills and techniques of black and white photography. Emphasis on camera work and darkroom procedures. Must be taken with ART 202.

ART 202 Photography I Lab. (0)
fall and spring
See ART 201. Fee.

ART 301 Photography II. (3)
fall and spring
Photography as an art medium with additional exploration into personal photographic aesthetics. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisites: a combination of ART 113 and 115 and 201 or only instructor approval.

ART 304 Advanced Photography. (3)
fall and spring
Interpretation and manipulation of light as a tool in the performance of expressive photography. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 301 or instructor approval.

ART 305 Color Photography I. (3)
fall and spring
Application of color transparencies and prints to photographic art. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 304 or instructor approval.

ART 308 Digital Photographic Images. (3)
fall and spring
Scanning, manipulation, refinement, and compositing of photographic images in the computer. Lab, studio. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 113, 115, 201; junior standing; instructor approval.

ART 401 Nonsilver Photography. (3)
fall and spring
Recognition of the inherent characteristics of nonsilver processes and their use in communicating ideas. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 304 or instructor approval.

ART 403 Senior Photographic Projects. (3)
fall and spring
Technical and philosophical refinement of personal aesthetic with various photographic media. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 304 or instructor approval.

ART 404 Portraiture Photography. (3)
fall and spring
Photographing people. Critical discussions and slide lectures on issues in portraiture. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 304 or instructor approval.

ART 405 Advanced Color Photography. (3)
fall and spring
Intensive use of subtractive color process in photographic printing. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 305 or instructor approval.

ART 406 Photo Techniques. (3)
fall and spring
Camera and darkroom techniques with emphasis on creative control of the black and white print. 6 hours a week. Prerequisite: ART 301 or instructor approval.

ART 407 View Camera. (3)
fall and spring
View camera and darkroom techniques. Studio, lab. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 301 or instructor approval.

ART 409 Photographic Exhibition. (3)
once a year
Care of photographic prints, print presentation, and exhibition. Practical experience in gallery operations. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: ART 304 or instructor approval.

ART 494 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
fall and spring
Possible topics:

(a)Collotype
Fee.
(b)Digital Photographic Images
Fee.
(c)Digital Printing
Fee.
(d)Documentary Photography
Fee.
(e)Landcape Photography
Fee.
(f)19th-Century Photo Processes. (3)
(g)Photo. (3)
(h)Photographic Fabrications
Fee.
(i)Photogravure
Fee.

ART 498 Pro-Seminar. (1 – 7)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Landscape Photography: Theory
Fee.

ART 598 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Advanced Color Photography
Fee.
(b)Collotype
Fee.
(c)Digital Photographic Images
Fee.
(d)Digital Printing
Fee.
(e)Documentary Photography
Fee.
(f)Landcape Photography
Fee.
(g)Nonsilver Photography
Fee.
(h)Photographic Fabrications
Fee.
(i)Photogravure
Fee.
(j)Portraiture Photography
Fee.
(k)View Camera
Fee.
PRINTMAKING
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ART 253 Introduction to Printmaking. (3)
once a year
Introduction to basic monotype, intaglio, relief, and related techniques. Studio. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 113.

ART 351 Intaglio I. (3)
fall and spring
Introduces contemporary and traditional developmental techniques for black and white prints. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisites: both ART 113 and 115 or only instructor approval.

ART 352 Lithography I. (3)
fall and spring
Monochromatic and color planographic printmaking utilizing stone and aluminum plate processes. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisites: both ART 113 and 115 or only instructor approval.

ART 354 Screen Printing I. (3)
fall and spring
Introduces paper, direct, and photographic stencil techniques. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisites: both ART 113 and 115 or only instructor approval.

ART 355 Photo Process for Printmaking I. (3)
fall
Introduces photographic principles and skills for photomechanical printmaking processes, including photosilkscreen, photolitho, and photoetching. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 201 (or its equivalent).

ART 394 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Relief Printmaking
Fee.

ART 451 Advanced Intaglio. (3)
fall and spring
Various contemporary and traditional methods of printing to achieve color prints. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 351 or instructor approval.

ART 452 Advanced Lithography. (3)
fall and spring
Continuation of ART 352. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 352 or instructor approval.

ART 454 Advanced Screen Printing. (3)
once a year
Continuation of ART 354. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 354 or instructor approval.

ART 455 Advanced Photo Processes for Printmaking. (3)
once a year
Continued study of photomechanical techniques and applications to printmaking or photographic processes. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 355 or instructor approval.

ART 456 Fine Printing and Bookmaking I. (3)
once a year
Letterpress printing and typography as fine art. Study of history, alphabets, mechanics of hand typesetting, presswork, and various forms of printed matter. Fee. Prerequisite: instructor approval.

ART 457 Fine Printing and Bookmaking II. (3)
once a year
Continuation of ART 456. Bookbinding, book design and printing, advanced typography, theory, and presswork. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 456; instructor approval.

ART 458 Papermaking. (3)
fall and spring
History, theory, demonstrations, sheet forming, collage treatments, and 3-dimensional approaches. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: instructor approval.

ART 459 Monoprinting. (3)
fall and spring
Nonmultiple printed image using a variety of technical approaches. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 311, 323 (or any 300-level printmaking class); instructor approval.

ART 494 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Advanced Screen Printing
Fee.
(b)Artists’ Books
Fee.
(c)Experimental Paper
Fee.
(d)Experimental Printmaking
Fee.
(e)Relief Printmaking
Fee.

ART 551 Intaglio Projects. (3)
fall and spring
Materials and methods of intaglio as a matrix for exploring various contemporary issues. Specifically structured to accommodate the graduate-level drawing student with no printmaking background. Studio. Fee.

ART 598 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Advanced Photo Process for Printmaking
Fee.
(b)Advanced Screen Printing
Fee.
(c)Artists’ Books
Fee.
(d)Experimental Paper
Fee.
(e)Fine Printing and Bookmaking I
Fee.
(f)Fine Printing and Bookmaking II
Fee.
(g)Lithography
Fee.
(h)Monoprinting
Fee.
(i)Papermaking
Fee.
(j)Photo Processes for Printmaking
Fee.
(k)Relief Printmaking
Fee.
(l)Screen Printing
Fee.
SCULPTURE
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ART 231 Sculpture I. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Explores sculptural forms through concepts related to basic materials. Focus on studio production, safety, aesthetic criticism, and history of sculpture. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisites: both ART 113 and 115 or only instructor approval.

ART 274 Wood I. (3)
fall and spring
Fundamental woodworking techniques to produce creative functional 3D objects. 6 hours a week. Fee.

ART 331 Sculpture II. (3)
fall and spring
Continuation of ART 231 with an emphasis on metal fabrication as an expressive sculptural process. Techniques in welding, cutting and bending of metals and their aesthetics. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 231 or instructor approval.

ART 332 Sculpture III. (3)
fall and spring
Explores diverse media with a focus on mold-making processes. Development of the sculpture portfolio. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 331 or instructor approval.

ART 333 Foundry Casting Methods. (3)
fall and spring
Fine art and techniques of metal casting: mold making, foundry safety, finishing techniques, application of patinas, and history of casting. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 332 or instructor approval.

ART 374 Wood II. (3)
fall and spring
Individual and directed problems in wood related to the production of unique functional art objects. 6 hours a week. Fee. Prerequisites: a combination of ART 113 and 115 and 274 or only instructor approval.

ART 394 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Carving
Fee.

ART 431 Special Problems in Sculpture. (3)
fall and spring
Development of a personal approach to sculpture. Emphasis on form, individual problems, and related color technology. Professional practices and presentation. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 332; instructor approval.

ART 432 Neon Sculpture. (3)
fall
Techniques for creating neon in an art context. Glass tube bending and fabrication. Construction of artworks utilizing light-generating gasses. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: instructor approval.

ART 433 Foundry Research Methods. (3)
fall and spring
Research in foundry techniques. Studio. Pre- or corequisite: ART 333 or instructor approval.

ART 436 Architectural Sculpture. (3)
not regularly offered
Sculptural concepts as related to architecture and other man-made environments. Scale drawing, models, and relief sculpture. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: ART 332 or instructor approval.

ART 437 Film Animation. (3)
fall
Production of short 16mm films that feature articulated sculptural objects, models, dolls, puppets, and graphics through the use of single-frame filming techniques. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: instructor approval.

ART 438 Experimental Systems in Sculpture. (3)
spring
Simple electrical and mechanical systems that can be utilized in the context of studio art and installations. Requires active production of studio artworks. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisite: instructor approval.

ART 474 Advanced Wood. (3)
fall and spring
Extended experience and advanced techniques in the use of wood to create functional works of art. 6 hours a week. May be repeated for credit. Fee. Prerequisites: ART 374; instructor approval.

ART 494 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Advanced Sculpture
Fee.
(b)Carving
Fee.
(c)Film: Post-Production
Fee.
(d)Foundry Casting Methods
Fee.
(e)Foundry Research Methods
Fee.
(f)Live Action Filmmaking
Fee.

ART 594 Conference and Workshop. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Carving
Fee.

ART 598 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Advanced Sculpture
Fee.
(b)Architectural Sculpture
Fee.
(c)Experimental Systems in Sculpture
Fee.
(d)Film Animation
Fee.
(e)Film: Post-Production
Fee.
(f)Foundry Casting Methods
Fee.
(g)Foundry Research Methods
Fee.
(h)Live Action Filmmaking
Fee.
(i)Neon Sculpture
Fee.
(j)Special Problems in Sculpture
Fee.
(k)Wood
Fee.
SPECIAL STUDIO ART
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ART 582 Art Research. (1 – 12)
fall, spring, summer
Independent study research using classroom facilities and supplies. Studio.

ART 621 Studio Problems. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Advanced study. 6 hours a week each section. May be repeated for credit. Possible topics:

(a)Ceramics
Fee.
(b)Drawing
(c)Fiber Art
(d)Jewelry Metalworking
Fee.
(e)Metals
(f)Painting
(g)Photography
(h)Printmaking
Fee.
(i)Sculpture
(j)Studio Art
(k)Wood
Prerequisite: instructor approval.

ART 680 Practicum: M.F.A. Exhibition. (1 – 15)
fall, spring, summer
Studio work in preparation for required M.F.A. exhibition. Public exhibit to be approved by the student’s supervisory committee and accompanied by a final oral examination. Photographic documentation and written statement of problem. Prerequisite: approval of the student’s supervisory committee.

ART 682 M.F.A. Exhibition Research. (1 – 12)
fall, spring, summer
M.F.A. exhibition practicum using classroom facilities and supplies. Can be used in place of ART 680. Prerequisite: approval of the student’s supervisory committee.

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