500 Cr. 1-3
Perspectives in Art II
Art studio and/or historical investigation within traditional and
contemporary areas of art. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Repeatable for
credit ? maximum 3. Offered occasionally.
Concentrated study in any area: art history, art metal, ceramics,
design, drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture. Open to advanced students who
have excellent records in selected areas. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Repeatable for credit ? maximum 6 for majors, maximum of 4 for non-majors or
minors. Offered occasionally.
Aesthetics and Art Criticism in the Visual Arts
An investigation of the aesthetics of diverse cultures, Western
being only one of these. An exploration of art philosophies of the past as well
as contemporary art theories in the visual arts. An inquiry into the meaning of
art and art production. Prerequisite: two of the following: ART 351, 352, 353
and 354. Graduate students must have permission of the instructor. Offered
615 Cr. 1-3
An in-depth investigation of a specific area of studio art, art
history, or art education taught by an artist or instructor who has recognized
mastery of knowledge, skill, or talent. Prerequisite: an undergraduate degree in
visual arts or consent of the instructor. Offered occasionally.
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