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2002 - 2003 Art

ART

Faculty
Chair: Michael Chinn
Randall 103

Professors:
Michael Chinn, Design, Wood Design
James M. Sahlstrand, Director of Spurgeon Gallery

Associate Professors:
Glen Bach, Director of Graphic Design
Keith Lewis, Jewelry & Metalsmithing, Design
William Folkestad, Art History

Assistant Professors:
Stephen Chalmers, Photography
Ovidio Giberga, Ceramics Design
Lisa Hutton, Computer Art, Design
Patte Loper, Painting, Drawing
Shari Stoddard, Art Education

General Departmental Information

The Department of Art is the primary agent for the study and practice of visual culture at Central Washington University. Through our programs and affiliated course offerings we transmit knowledge which enables our students to assume their respective roles as practitioners, educators, and informed patrons of the visual arts. We strive to enhance our students' understanding of the diversity and unity, the traditions and innovations, the freedom and restraint of both visual and physical imagery. It is additionally the department's goal to facilitate liberal learning and academic excellence through instruction which is sensitive to the needs of a diverse student body, and is attentive to the technological and economic realities of an increasingly visual culture.

Our undergraduate curricula provides opportunities for study in studio art, graphic design, and art education with allied course offerings in art history and criticism. In addition, we offer minors in art studio, art history and art education for students in other disciplines who wish to supplement their majors.

Students can complete any of our degree programs in four years provided they work closely with an advisor beginning their freshman year and take courses in the recommended sequence.

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art

Graphic Design Specialization (1558)

A comprehensive studio art degree for students desiring to pursue careers in the field of graphic design and visual communication. The program emphasizes critical thinking through the exploration of digital and print media. After completion of the Art core and pre-graphic Design prerequisites students are required to complete the Graphic Design Specialization requirements, including a contracted field experience. Transfer students are encouraged to complete a contracted field experience. Transfer students are encouraged to complete as many of the transferable Art requirements as possible prior to enrolling at CWU.

An Apple Macintosh computer and appropriate software is recommended prior to beginning the Major Core requirements.

Art Core Requirements                          Credits
ART 150, Drawing I                                   4
ART 170, Basic Design I                              4
ART 171, Basic Design II                             4
ART 250, Drawing II                                  4
ART 235, Ancient to Medieval Art                     4
ART 236, Renaissance through Mid 19th-Century Art    4
ART 237, Impressionism through Postmodern Art        4

Pre-Graphic Design Requirements                Credits
ART 225, Photography I                               4
ART 274, Typography                                  4
ART 351, Illustration I                              4
ART 374, History of Graphic Design                   4
ART 384, Computer Art I                              4
Select two courses from:                             8
  ART 260, Painting I(4)
  ART 360A, Painting II(4)
  ART 262, Watercolor I(4)
  ART 362A, Watercolor II(4)
Select one course from:                              4
  ART 325A, Photography II (4)
  ART 325B, Photography II�Alternative Processes (4)
  ART 325C, Photography II�Digital Imaging (4)

Graphic Design Requirements                    Credits
ART 370, Layout and Design I                         5
ART 371, Layout and Design II                        5
ART 372, Design and Production I                     5
ART 414, Recent Art                                  4
ART 451, Illustration II                             4
ART 470, Advertising Graphic Design                  4
ART 471, Corporate Graphic Design                    4
ART 472, Design and Production II                    4
ART 490, Cooperative Education (Internship)         10
ART 495, Studio Project                              1

                                        Total      106

Studio Art Specialization (1500)

A comprehensive studio art degree for students desiring to pursue studio art-related careers or seeking artistic enrichment, with disciplinary studies in ceramics, computer art, drawing, jewelry/metalsmithing, painting, photography, sculpture, and wood design. In addition to core and other required courses, students are required to complete a 24 credit "area of concentration" requirement in a single discipline. Transfer students are encouraged to complete as many of the transferable Art requirements as possible prior to enrolling at CWU.

Art Core Requirements                  Credits
ART 150, Drawing I                                   4
ART 170, Basic Design I                              4
ART 171, Basic Design II                             4
ART 250, Drawing II                                  4
ART 235, Ancient to Medieval Art                     4
ART 236, Renaissance through Mid
  19th-Century Art                                   4
ART 237, Impressionism Through
  Postmodern Art                                     4
                     Art Core Requirement Total     28

Required Courses                       Credits
ART 225, Photography I                               4
Select one course from:                              4
  ART 260, Painting I (4)
  ART 262, Watercolor I (4)
ART 280, Sculpture I                                 4
ART 241, Wood Design I                               4
ART 246, Jewelry/Metals I                            4
ART 265, Ceramics I                                  4
ART 384, Computer Art I                              4
ART 389, Contemporary Concepts in Art                4
ART 414, Recent Art                                  4
Select one course from:                              4
  ART 357, African and Oceanic Art (4)
  ART 456, History of Eastern Art (4)
Select one course from:                              4
  ART 360A, Painting II (4)
  ART 362A, Watercolor II (4)
  ART 325B, Photography II�Alternative Processes (4)
  ART 325C, Photography II�Digital Imaging (4)
  ART 350, Drawing III (4)
  ART 484, Computer Art II (4)
Select one course from:                              4
  ART 380A, Sculpture II (4)
  ART 341, Wood Design II (4)
  ART 346, Jewelry/Metals II (4)
  ART 365, Ceramics II (4)
ART 495, Studio Project                              1
Major Concentration
Select from:                                        24
  Ceramics, Computer Art, Drawing, Jewelry/
  Metals, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, 
  Wood Design
Advisor-Approved Upper Division
Electives                                            4

                                        Total      105

Bachelor of Arts

Art Major (1500)

A general art degree for students seeking artistic enrichment or wishing to pursue art-related careers such as Art Therapy, Arts Administration and Consulting, and Art Gallery Management. Students interested in art-related careers are advised to also complete an appropriate minor or course selections with the assistance of an advisor.

Required Courses                       Credits

ART 150, Drawing I                                   4
ART 250, Drawing II                                  4
ART 170, Basic Design I                              4
ART 171, Basic Design II                             4
ART 235, Ancient and Medieval Art                    4
ART 236, Renaissance Through Mid-19th Century Art    4
ART 237, Impressionism Through 
  Postmodern Art                                     4
ART 414, Recent Art                                  4
Select from the following:                           4
  ART 260, Painting I (4)
  ART 262, Watercolor I (4)
ART 225, Photography I                               4
ART 246, Jewelry/Metals I                            4
ART 265, Ceramics I                                  4
ART 280, Sculpture I                                 4
ART 241, Wood Design I                               4
ART 384, Computer Art I                              4
Select 12 credits from the following:               12
  ART 324, History of Photography (4)
  ART 325A, Photography II (4) or
  ART 325B, Photography II�Alternative 
    Processes (4) or
  ART 325C, Photography II�Digital Imaging (4)
  ART 341, Wood Design II (4)
  ART 346, Jewelry/Metals II (4)
  ART 350, Drawing III (4)
  ART 357, African and Oceanic Art (4)
  ART 360A, Painting II (4)
  ART 362A, Watercolor II (4)
  ART 365, Ceramics II (4)
  ART 380A, Sculpture II (4)
  ART 384, Computer Art I (4)
  ARt 389, Contemporary Concepts in Art (4)
  ART 410, Art of the Italian Renaissance (4)
  ART 415, Painters and Printmakers
   of Northern Europe (4)
  ART 453, Art of the United States (4)
  ART 455, Art of Japan (4)
  ART 456, History of Eastern Art (4)
Art 495, Studio Project                              1

                                          Total     73

 

Visual Art: Teaching Major (1501)

This major satisfies the Primary endorsement for Visual Arts.

A comprehensive visual-art program which qualifies students to teach art at either the elementary or secondary levels in regular or self-contained classrooms. The program requires additional special methods and teacher preparation courses offered through the Teacher Education Programs Department and a minor.

Required Courses                       Credits

ART 150, Drawing I                                   4
ART 250, Drawing II                                  4
ART 170, Basic Design I                              4
ART 171, Basic Design II                             4
Select one Painting course:                          4
  ART 260, Painting I (4)
  ART 262, Watercolor I (4)
ART 225, Photography I                               4
ART 235, Ancient and Medieval Art                    4
ART 236, Renaissance Through Mid-19th Century Art    4
ART 237, Impressionism Through Postmodernism         4
ART 265, Ceramics I                                  4
ART 246, Jewelry/Metals I                            4
ART 280, Sculpture I                                 4
ART 330, Art in the Elementary School                3
ART 430, Components of Art Education                 4
ART 432, Art in Secondary School                     4
ART 495, Studio Project (must be taken in one of the
  last two quarters prior to graduation              1

                                         Total      60

Art Studio Minor (1500)

Required Courses                       Credits
Select one course from:                              4
  ART 150, Drawing I (4)
  ART 170, Basic Design I (4)
Select one course from:                              4
  ART 235, Ancient and Medieval Art (4)
  ART 236, Renaissance Through Mid-19th 
    Century Art (4)                           
  ART 237, Impressionism Through Postmodernism (4)
  ART 414, Recent Art (4)

Select sixteen credits from:                        16
  ART 150, Drawing I (4)
  ART 225, Photography I (4)
  ART 241, Wood Design I (4)
  ART 246, Jewelry/Metals I (4)
  ART 250, Drawing II (4)
  ART 260, Painting I (4)
  ART 262, Watercolor I (4)
  ART 265, Ceramics I (4)
  ART 280, Sculpture I (4)
  ART 325A, Photography II (4) or
  ART 325B, Photography II�Alternative Processes or
  ART 325C, Photography II�Digital Imaging (4)
  ART 341, Wood Design II (4)
  ART 346, Jewelry/Metals II (4)
  ART 350, Drawing III (4)
  ART 360A, Painting II (4)
  ART 362A, Watercolor II (4)
  ART 365, Ceramics II (4)
  ART 380A, Sculpture II (4)
  ART 384, Computer Art I (4)
  ART 484, Computer Art II (4)

                                       Total     24

Art History Minor (1520)

Required Courses                       Credits
Select 24 credits from:                            24
 ART 235, Ancient and Medieval Art (4)
 ART 236, Renaissance Through Mid-19th 
   Century Art (4)
 ART 237, Impressionism Through Postmodernism (4)
 ART 357, African and Oceanic Art (4)
 ART 410, Art of the Italian Renaissance (4)
 ART 414, Recent Art (4)
 ART 415. Painters and Printmakers of 
   Northern Europe (4)
 ART 453, Art in the United States (4)
 ART 455, Art of Japan (4)
 ART 456, History of Eastern Art (4)

                                  Total         24

Art Courses

ART 101. Introduction to Western Art (5). The visual arts as an expression of the human experience. Does not apply to the art major.

ART 102. Introduction to Non-Western Art (5). A Survey of Non-Western painting, sculpture and architecture. This course does not apply to the Art Major.

ART 150. Drawing I (4). Studio experience emphasizing the understanding of form and composition through the use of various drawing materials and techniques. May include drawing from the figure. Six hours studio per week.

ART 170. Basic Design I (4). Exploration of the elements and principles of design in two dimensional media. Emphasis on the development of design vocabulary, conceptual clarity, visual analysis and technical proficiency. Six hours of studio per week.

ART 171. Basic Design II (4). Prerequisite, ART 170. Exploration of the elements and principles of design in three-dimensional media. Emphasis on the development of design vocabulary, conceptual clarity, visual analysis and technical proficiency. Six hours studio per week. Formerly ART 270. Students may not receive credit for both.

ART 225. Photography I (4). A basic course covering equipment, processes of black and white photography, concepts, and practical darkroom methods. Six hours studio per week.

ART 235. Ancient and Medieval Art (4). An historical survey of Western Art from ancient times through the Gothic period.

ART 236. Renaissance Through Mid-19th Century Art (4). Prerequisite, ART 235. An historical survey of Western Art from the Renaissance to Impressionism. Formerly ART 336. Students may not receive credit for both.

ART 237. Impressionism Through Postmodernism (4). Prerequisite, ART 236. Art in Europe and the United States from Impressionism through Postmodernism. Formerly ART 337. Students may not receive credit for both.

ART 241. Wood Design I (4). Introduction to wood as an artistic and design medium. Emphasis on visual communication utilizing basic shaping and finishing process. Six hours studio per week.

ART 246. Jewelry/Metals I (4). Design and construction of jewelry and small-scale metal objects. Emphasis on technical skill-development and introduction to contemporary work. Six hours studio per week. Formerly 347. Students may not receive credit for both.

ART 250. Drawing II (4). Prerequisite, ART 150. A continuation of ART 150 with an emphasis on technique, composition and interpretation of ideas. Includes drawing from the figure. Six hours studio per week.

ART 252. Introduction to Drawing the Figure (3). An introduction to the basics of design and structure in drawing the figure.

ART 260. Painting I (4). Prerequisite, ART 150, 170, or permission of instructor. An introduction to the techniques of painting for expressive purposes. Six hours studio per week.

ART 262. Watercolor I (4). Prerequisite, ART 150. An introduction to the techniques of transparent watercolor and the visual problems of painting. Six hours studio per week.

ART 265. Ceramics I (4). A foundation course utilizing wheel-throwing and hand-building processes and glazing to form containers and sculpture in clay. Six hours studio per week.

ART 274. Typography (4). Prerequisite, ART 170. History and application of typography as a tool for visual communication. Two hours lecture and two hours studio per week.

ART 280. Sculpture I (4). Studio experience in sculpture, with emphasis on conceptual development through forming with clay and wood. Includes moldmaking, assemblage of materials and reference to historical and contemporary sculpture. Six hours studio per week.

ART 285. Printmaking (4). Prerequisites, ART 150 and ART 170. Exploration of techniques and history of prints, with an emphasis on relief printmaking. Six hours studio per week.

ART 296. Individual Study (1-6). May be repeated. Prerequisite, permission of instructor.

ART 298. Special Topics (1-6).

ART 299. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated.

ART 300. Papermaking (4). Hand papermaking techniques, exploring historical and contemporary works/methods. Watermarking, pigmentation, mouldmaking, with emphasis on sheetforming and fiber preparation. May be repeated.

ART 324. History of Photography (4). A survey of contemporary photographers, their ideas, and the influences of their work upon culture. Covers mid-twentieth century to the present. Completion of ART 225 is strongly recommended but not required.

ART 325A. Photography II (4). Prerequisite, ART 225. Topics change on a rotating basis. Fall: Photography as a medium of creative expression including color photography. Winter: An introduction to hand-applied emulsions, including cyanotype, Vandyke and gum printing. Spring: Introduction to digital still photography. Formerly ART 325.

ART 325B. Photography II—Alternative Processes (4). Prerequisite, ART 225. An intensive introduction to hand-applied emulsions such as cyanotype, albumen, and gum printing.

ART 325C. Photography II—Digital Imaging (4). Prerequisite, ART 225. An introduction to digital still photography and various output options including large format inkjet, photo output, and digital negatives for traditional and non-silver printing.

ART 330. Art in the Elementary School (3). Content and methodology for teaching art in the elementary school.
(Enrollment is subject to being fully admitted to the Teacher Education Program.)

ART 341. Wood Design II (4). Prerequisite, ART 241. Design and fabrication of furniture forms. Emphasis on creative form development utilizing advanced fabrication and finishing processes. Six hours studio per week.

ART 346. Jewelry/Metals II (4). Prerequisite, ART 246 and permission of instructor. Advanced instruction in conceptual and technical aspects of contemporary jewelry and metalwork. Emphasis on personal exploration of advanced techniques. Six hours studio per week. Formerly ART 447. May be repeated one time for credit.

ART 350. Drawing III (4). Prerequisites, ART 250. A continuation of ART 250 with increased emphasis on drawing as a major means of visual expression. Includes drawing from the figure. Six hours studio per week.

ART 351. Illustration I (4). Prerequisite, ART 250, ART 260 or ART 262.. Introduction to a variety of media and techniques associated with illustration. Six hours studio per week. Formerly ART 251.

ART 354. Art of China (4). Architecture, painting, sculpture and crafts from the Shang Dynasty through the Ch'ing Dynasty. Same as ART 554. Students may not receive credit for both.

ART 357. African and Oceanic Art (4). A survey of the tribal arts of Africa and Oceania as represented by the cultures of Polynesia, Micronesia, Melanesia, and Australia from prehistoric times to the present. Same as ART 557. Students may not receive credit for both.

ART 360A. Painting II (4). Prerequisite, ART 260. Continued study of technical and formal approaches to painting, with emphasis on the visual interpretation of ideas. Six hours studio per week. Formerly ART 261.

ART 360B. Painting III (4). Prerequisite, ART 360A. Continued study of technical and formal approaches to painting, with emphasis on the visual interpretation of ideas. Six hours studio per week. Formerly ART 360.

ART 360C. Painting IV (4). Prerequisite, ART 360B, or permission of instructor. A continued study in the field as outlined in ART 360B. Six hours studio per week. Formerly ART 361.

ART 362A. Watercolor II (4). Prerequisite, ART 262 or permission of instructor. A continuation of ART 262 stressing a higher degree of individual expression and experimentation with various water based media. Six hours studio per week. Formerly ART 263.

ART 362B. Watercolor III (4). Prerequisite, ART 362A. A continuation of the technical and formal study of water-based media with an emphasis on the development of individual expression. Six hours studio per week. Formerly ART 362.

ART 362C. Watercolor IV (4). Prerequisite, ART 362B. A continuation of the study outlined in ART 362B with emphasis upon developing individual direction. Six hours studio per week. Formerly ART 363.

ART 365. Ceramics II (4). Prerequisite, ART 265. An investigation of clay bodies and glaze making methods. Mold-making and hand-building as approaches to individual expression in clay. Six hours studio per peek.

ART 370. Layout and Design I (5). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. (See requirements for admission to graphic design major) Two-dimensional design, introduction to type, design and composition concepts. Two hours lecture and four hours studio per week.

ART 371. Layout and Design II (5). Prerequisites, ART 370, permission of instructor. Advanced work in design composition with emphasis on applications of letter forms and color. Two hours lecture and four hours studio per week.

ART 372. Design and Production I (5). Prerequisites, ART 371, permission of instructor. Emphasis on advertising art and production techniques. Two hours lecture and four hours studio per week.

ART 374. History of Graphic Design (4). A historical survey of the graphic arts from their beginning to the present.

ART 380A. Sculpture II (4). Prerequisite, ART 280. Emphasis on conceptual development through fabrication in wood, surface embellishment, basic construction and related forming techniques in a variety of materials. Six hours studio per week. Formerly ART 281.

ART 380B. Sculpture III (4). Prerequisite, ART 380A. A concentrated study in any of the sculpture media, giving increased attention to concepts and aesthetic quality. Six hours studio per week. Formerly ART 380.

ART 381. Mixed Media Art (3). Prerequisites, ART 260, ART 280. The integration of two- and three-dimensional media into mixed-media art forms. May be repeated for credit.

ART 384. Computer Art I (4). Prerequisite, ART 260 or 262 and permission of instructor. Use of computer systems as tools for creative expression. Six hours studio per week.

ART 389. Contemporary Concepts in Art (4). Exploration of the contextual, formal, and philosophic meanings of current art movements and theories as regards their relevance and place in contemporary art practice.

ART 398. Special Topics (1-6).

ART 410. Art of the Italian Renaissance (4). Prerequisite, ART 236. The painting, sculpture and architecture of the Italian Renaissance from the late middle ages through the sixteenth century.

ART 414. Recent Art (4). Prerequisite, ART 237. The visual arts of the last 25 years, including the traditional forms of painting, sculpture and architecture, and newer forms including video, computer, and performance art. Formerly ART 314. Students may not receive credit for both.

ART 415. Painters and Printmakers of Northern Europe (4). Art of Germany, Flanders and Holland, 15th-18th century.

ART 425. Photography III (4). Prerequisites, ART 325 and permission of instructor. A continuation of study outlined in ART 325 with emphasis upon developing individual direction. Six hours studio per week. May be repeated for credit.

ART 430. Components of Art Education (4). Prerequisite, ART 330. Content and strategies for teaching aesthetics, art criticism, art history, and art production in art education; writing, implementing, and assessing quality art lessons.

ART 432. Art in Secondary School (4). Prerequisite, ART 430. Current philosophies and curriculum in the secondary school; objectives, planning, methods of teaching and evaluation.

ART 441. Wood Design III (4). Prerequisite, ART 341. Advanced design and fabrication of furniture forms. Emphasis on research and devleopment of furniture forms utilizing advanced and/or innovative fabrication and finishing process. Six hours studio per week. May be repeated for credit.

ART 446. Jewelry/Metals III (4). Prerequisite, permission from instructor and two quarters of ART 346. Advanced exploration of personal expression in metals, with emphasis on self-direction and on conceptual and technical mastery.

ART 449. Principles of Color (4). Prerequisite, two art studio courses. The technical, historic and aesthetic dimensions of pigment and light colors including an examination of major color theories.

ART 450. Drawing IV (4). Prerequisite, ART 350 and permission of instructor. Advanced study and experimentation with technical, formal and conceptual problems in drawing. Includes drawing from the figure. Six studio hours per week. May be repeated for credit by undergraduates only.

ART 451. Illustration II (4). Prerequisite, ART 351. A continuation of ART 351 stressing development of personal expression in illustration. Six hours studio per week. May be repeated for credit by undergraduates only.

ART 453. Art in the United States (4). Sculpture, painting and architecture from Colonial period to the present, with emphasis on the period 1900-1945. Foreign influences are identified and traced to their assimilation. Same as ART 553. Students may not receive credit for both.

ART 455. Art of Japan (4). Architecture, painting, sculpture and some of the significant crafts from the Archaeological Age to the Tokugawa Period. Same as ART 555. Students may not receive credit for both.

ART 456. History of Eastern Art (4). A survey of the architecture, sculpture, painting, and the crafts of India, Indonesia, China, and Japan.

ART 460. Painting V (4). Prerequisites, ART 360C, ART 450, permission of instructor. Advanced study and experimentation in technical, formal and conceptual approaches to painting, with an emphasis on developing individual expression. Six hours studio per week. May be repeated for credit.

ART 465. Ceramics III (4). Prerequisites, ART 365, permission of instructor. A continued exploration of ceramic processes and development of creative expression, with emphasis on sculptural form. Six hours studio per week. May be repeated for credit.

ART 470. Advertising Graphic Design (4). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. Concept and design of advertising problems. Presentation and communication skills; introduction to analysis and implementation of marketing strategies. May be repeated for credit. One hour lecture and four hours studio per week.

ART 471. Corporate Graphic Design (4). Prerequisites, ART 470, permission of instructor. Principles of corporate concept and design: advanced presentation and communication skills; analysis and implementation of marketing strategies in the corporate setting. One hour lecture and four hours studio per week. May be repeated for credit.

ART 472. Design and Production II (4). Prerequisite, ART 471. Continues the development of professional attitudes; promotes creative problem solving techniques; defines the role of designer or art director and relationships to typographer and printer. One hour lecture and four hours studio per week. May be repeated for credit.

ART 480. Sculpture IV (4). Prerequisite, ART 380B. Research and experimentation with new materials in sculpture. Six hours studio per week. May be repeated for credit.

ART 482. Travel Study (2-8). Conducted tour in this country and abroad as a means of studying art. Students registering for credit will be required to do reading on the area to be visited before making the tour, to participate in study session during the tour, and to submit a report for evaluation at the end of the trip. The amount of credit to be granted will be determined by the college at the time the tour is approved, but it must not exceed 1-1/2 credits per week of planned travel study.

ART 484. Computer Art II (4). Prerequisite, ART 384 and permission of instructor. Exploration of the creative potential of several software programs and imaging procedures used in the creation of electronic art. Two hours lecture and two hours studio per week. May be repeated for credit.

ART 489. Art and Gender Theory (4). Examines constructions of masculinity and femininity within the canon of western art. Also explores how contemporary artists and historians are subverting these constructions. 

ART 490. Cooperative Education (1-12). An individualized contracted field experience with business, industry, government, or social service agencies. This contractual arrangement involves a student learning plan, cooperating employer supervision, and faculty coordination. Prior approval required. May be repeated. Grade will be S or U.

ART 491. Workshop (1-6). Individual and group study of specific or general problems in art education, including laboratory experience, lectures and demonstrations. The credit to be earned determined upon scheduling.

ART 495. Studio Project (1). Preparation of a professional portfolio and presentation of a body of work suitable for exhibition. Satisfies end of major assessment requirement. Must be taken during one of the last two quarters prior to graduation. Grade will be S or U.

ART 496. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated.
A. Computer Art
C. Ceramics
D. Drawing
G. Graphic Design
H. Art History
J. Jewelry and Metalsmithing
P. Painting
T. Photography
S. Sculpture
W. Wood Design

ART 496E. Individual Study (1-4). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated.

ART 498. Special Topics (1-6).

ART 499. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated.

Undergraduate Courses/Programs on Reserve:

The following program is on reserve and may be offered subject to program needs: Fine Woodworking. ART 277. Lettering (3); ART 287. Intaglio Printmaking (3); ART 375. Environmental Graphics (3); ART 385. Serigraphy (3); ART 386. Collograph (3); ART 387. Intermediate Printmaking (3); ART 388. Lithography (3); ART 445. Art in Special Education (3); ART 485. Advanced Serigraphy (3); ART 486. Advanced Collagraph (3); ART 487. Advanced Intaglio Printmaking (3); ART 496. Individual Study (1-6): R. Printmaking.

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