Art (ART)

College of Liberal Studies
School of Arts and Communication
Department Chair: Jennifer Terpstra
107 Center for the Arts,
(608)785-8230
email: terpstra.jenn@uwlax.edu

www.uwlax.edu/art

Professors: Choy, Elgin, Enz Finken, Terpstra, K;
Associate Professors: Ready, Williams Terpstra, J.;
Assistant Professors: Sloan.

Art Major

(All colleges excluding Teacher Certification programs) — 48 credits – core curriculum: ART 160, 162, 164, 166, 251, 252, 262 one elective from ART 331, 332, 341; three courses from ART 204, 205, 207, 214, 216, 218, 220, 221, ART 272; four courses from ART 304, 305, 308, 314, 316, 318, 320, 321, 362, 405, 408, 413, 414, 416, 418, 419, 421, 425, 462. ART 399 required to be taken in the junior year. ART 499 required to be taken in the senior year.

Art Minor: Two Dimensional Emphasis

(All colleges) — 24 credits – 12 credits in the 2D art minor core: ART 160, 162, 164, 252; 12 credits in a 2D emphasis area: drawing emphasis: ART 262, 362, 462; choose additional three credits from ART 425 or a second ART 462; graphic design emphasis: ART 207, 308, 408, 425; painting emphasis: ART 205, 304, 305, 405; printmaking emphasis: ART 218, 318, 418, 419.

Art Minor: Three Dimensional Emphasis

(All colleges) — 24 credits – nine credits in the 3D art minor core: ART 160, 166, 252; six credits in 200-level 3D studios: ART 214, 216, 220, 221; nine credits in a 3D emphasis area: ceramic emphasis: ART 316, 416; choose additional three credits from ART 425 or a second ART 416; jewelry and metalsmithing emphasis: ART 321, 421; choose additional three credits from ART 425 or a second ART 421; sculpture emphasis: ART 314, 414; choose additional three credits from ART 425 or a second ART 414.

Art Education Major

(Teacher Certification Program) — 64 credits – including the core curriculum: ART 160, 162, 164, 166, 205, 251, 252, 262, 399, and 499 and one elective from 301, 331, 332, 341; studio core I: 200 level courses –six credits in the 2D area: ART 207, 218, 272; and six credits in the 3D area: ART 214, 216, 221; methods core: ART 302, 401, and 403; ART 302 and 401 should be taken concurrently before ART 403; and 15 credits in studio core II (studio courses at the 300/400 level). Additional teacher education requirements are listed on page 111.

Photography Minor

(All colleges) — 24 credits – ART 160, 272, 274, 276, 479, and electives in art chosen from ART 375 or 379, 373, 374, 376, 377, 473, 474, 475.

The art department incorporates a significant amount of writing throughout the required courses instead of identifying particular courses as writing emphasis courses. Students who complete the major will fulfill the university writing emphasis requirement through this writing-in-the-major program.


+ next to a course number indicates a General Education course.


+ ART 102 Cr. 2 Art Appreciation

Discovering the visual world. An introduction to the visual arts of applied arts, architecture, craft arts, film/video arts, painting/drawing, printing/ graphic arts, and sculpture. The student will learn to use analysis and evaluation to explore the meaning of art. Offered annually.

+ ART/HON 160 Cr. 3 General Art Foundations

An introductory course in visual art, with emphasis on understanding the methods of art making in a variety of studio disciplines. Topics include recognition of visual elements and principles of design, methods of applying these elements and principles throughout a variety of art forms, thematic development, relationship of the visual arts to other fields of human endeavor, and an introduction to writing about visual art. Course content includes representative paradigms of work art, Western art, multicultural and contemporary art. Critical thinking is explored through responses to the visual arts through active involvement with various creative processes and media. Prerequisite: Art majors, minor, Art education major, honors program or by instructor consent. (Cross-listed with HON, may only earn credit in either ART or HON.) Offered Fall, Spring

ART 162 Cr. 3 Drawing Foundations

This course introduces the student to a studio-based approach to the visual arts. Students develop a strong understanding of basic drawing techniques via the application of traditional media and contemporary approaches. Lect 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 160. Offered Fall.

ART 164 Cr. 3 Design Foundations

The elements of two-dimensional design are introduced through a variety of media and studio practice. Emphasis on concept development and creative philosophies. Problem-solving strategies are explored through studio work and critiques. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 160. Offered Spring.

ART 166 Cr. 3 Three Dimensional Foundations

This course provides the student’s introductory experience to a studio-based approach to the visual art in the three-dimensional realm. Students apply design elements and principles to projects and experiences as they occur in the physical world. Concentration will focus on expanding visual vocabulary, investigations into basic creative processes and design concerns as they apply to the three-dimensional form. The course will explore conceptual problem solving, elementary construction techniques and an investigation into the inherent qualities of materials. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 160. Offered Fall.

+ ART 172 Cr. 2 Photography Appreciation

An introduction to the information and skills necessary to appreciate fully the photographic medium. Students will learn to use analysis and evaluation to critically present their views on the art of photography with respect to content, technique and historical context. Offered occasionally.

ART 204 Cr. 3 Watercolor Painting

A studio course concentrating on watercolor painting with an emphasis on technique and color theory. Traditional and contemporary modes of expression are studied in the context of the working studio. Stylistic and thematic developments are explored. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 162. Offered Summer.

ART 205 Cr. 3 Introduction to Painting

This course is a thorough introduction to the techniques and materials of painting. Focus is on approaches to creative expression, the research of historical and contemporary painting, and peer critical dialogue. Explores a broad range of painting media, including oil, acrylic, watercolor, and encaustic. Various stylistic approaches are introduced, including realism, abstraction, and postmodern painting. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 162. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 207 Cr. 3 Introduction to Graphic Design

This course provides an introduction to and a survey of computer graphic design. Students develop an understanding of the basic design principles, typography, design problems and solutions, and composition. Graphic design software will be explored. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 164. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 213 Cr. 3 Ceramics for Non-Art Majors

This course will focus on learning new skills and/or refining skills in ceramics by exploring the history of ceramic form, researching contemporary ceramists, and practicing hand-built, wheel- thrown, and surface techniques. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: not open to Art majors. -– maximum six with instructor permission. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 214 Cr. 3 Introduction to Sculpture

An introductory studio course which explores basic processes associated with sculptural form. The course begins with an introduction to direct, additive processes where students will work with basic materials such as clay, concrete, wood, and foam. The second half of the semester concentrates on modeling, mold-making, and casting metal. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 166. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 216 Cr. 3 Introduction to Ceramics

A studio course which explores process and materials. The course begins with hand building techniques. The end of the semester focuses on throwing on the potter’s wheel. Throughout the course the student will experiment in clay, glazes, and surface decoration. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 166. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 218 Cr. 3 Introduction to Printmaking: Intaglio

In this introductory course, the student will be exposed to the issues and possibilities of the printed image by exploring the techniques of black and white intaglio. The intaglio printmaking process will be examined through extensive studio and historical research. Areas of study include the development of intaglio from 1657 to the present, the application of drawing and content issues to the techniques of drypoint, line etching, aquatint, and softground.
Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 162. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 219 Cr. 3 Forging/Raising for Non-Art Majors

This course will focus on the basic principles of metal forging and raising ferrous and nonferrous metals with emphasis on design. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: not open to art majors. Offered occasionally.

ART 220 Cr. 3 Introduction to Metalsmithing, Forging and Raising

A studio course involving basic principles of metal forging and raising with emphasis on design. Basic metal forging techniques and metal raising techniques will be discussed. These techniques will be investigated to develop design in functional and non-functional forms. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 166. Offered occasionally.

ART 221 Cr. 3 Introduction to Jewelry and Metalsmithing

Basic use of metals in jewelry making, with emphasis on design and development of fabrication and gem setting processes. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 166. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 222 Cr. 3 Jewelry/Metalsmithing for Non-Art Majors

This course will focus on the basic use of nonferrous metals in jewelry/metalsmithing, with emphasis on design and development of introductory nonferrous metal fabrication and construction. Lect.1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: not open to art majors. Offered occasionally.

ART 250 Cr. 3 Studio Art for Non-Art Majors

A studio art experience for non-art majors; an introduction to a variety of art media such as drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Not open to art majors. Repeatable for credit – maximum six. Offered occasionally.

ART 251 Cr. 3 Art History I: Ancient and Medieval Art

A survey of the visual arts from the Paleolithic era to 1400 A.D. The course will consider in depth art of the ancient civilizations that are part of the Western heritage, including Egypt, Greece, Rome and art of the Middle Ages from Europe and the Byzantine Empire. Non-Western art to be studied will include Islamic, Asian, African, and pre-Columbian art of the Americas. Offered Fall.

ART 252 Cr. 3 Art History II: Renaissance to Contemporary Art

A study of the visual arts from 1400 A.D. to the present. The course will focus on art of the Renaissance and subsequent styles such as Baroque and Rococo, as well as on the art of the modern/post-modern eras. Besides studying art produced in Europe and the United States, the course will consider post-1400 art from Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Prerequisite: ART 251. Offered Spring.

ART 262 Cr. 3 Introduction to Drawing

A studio course emphasizing growth in perception of visual form. Drawing as a language is explored through various styles and techniques from traditional to contemporary. The student will build upon Drawing Foundations to discover numerous possibilities and processes through a range of materials and subject matter. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 160, 162. Offered annually.

ART 272 Cr. 3 Black and White Photography

The fundamentals of black and white still photography are taught. Included are the use of an adjustable camera, film processing, printing and print presentation. Lect. 2.
Lab 1, Out-of-class 2. Prerequisite: ART 160 (may be taken concurrently). Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 274 Cr. 2 Photographic Composition

The parameters of photographic composition are studied and executed with 35mm slide photography. Concepts included are subject placement, psychological effects of formats, mass relationships, principal compositional forms, cultural influences and effective image cropping. Prerequisite: ART 272. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 276 Cr. 3 Digital Imaging Techniques

The electronic extension of the traditional, darkroom based, Black and White Photography course. It involves a comparison of traditional and digital approaches to photographic imaging, digital image making, scanning of film and transparencies and a detailed study of electronic imaging software for image preparation and manipulation. Lect. 1, Lab 4. Prerequisite: ART 160 (may be taken concurrently). Offered Fall, Spring.

+ ART 301 Cr. 3 World Art

This course will be an in-depth examination of art forms in various historical, social, and religious contexts of Africa, South and Southeast Asia, the Pacific, and the Americas. Students will explore issues, approaches and controversies in cross - cultural civilizations through art as a primary source of understanding. They will experience how, through art, the values and ideas of many cultures have evolved and new patterns of globalization have shaped the modern world. Prerequisite: junior standing. Offered Fall, Spring.

+ ART 302 Cr. 3 Visual Language in the Global Classroom

This course provides a discovery of the connections between visual art and a variety of disciplines through a study of cultural values, and education as a social institution. Students will use analysis and evaluation to explore art as an inherent social and cultural behavior and its development from early childhood through adolescence. Creative processes, discussion and critiques, informed by interdisciplinary, contemporary and global issues, present an opportunity for students to consider their major in a broader context. Lect. 1, Lab 3. Prerequisite: completion of at least 45 university credits. Recommended for students in Teacher Education. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 304 Cr. 3 Color Theory

An intensive study of color through studio practice in water-based media. As part of the painting course sequence, this course isolates the element of color in practice while examining its relationship to other elements in analysis. The student will build upon material covered in ART 205 to develop a more sophisticated understanding of color and other attributes of painting. Course content includes physiological and cultural perceptions of color, and processes of color mixture, opacity, and transparency. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 164, 166, 205. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 305 Cr. 3 Intermediate Painting

The intermediate level of painting expands upon the concepts introduced in ART 205, with an emphasis on creative development within the discipline. Students develop their own visual language, creative expression, and conceptual understanding through active participation in collaborative painting, individual studio work, and critiques. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 252 and 304. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 308 Cr. 3 Intermediate Graphic Design

An intermediate exploration of conceptualization and problem solving for graphic design. Students will explore effective and visually pleasing communication design through various projects, using raster and vector-based graphic design softwares. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 162, 166, 207. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 314 Cr. 3 Intermediate Sculpture

Students are asked to develop a personal vision through foundry processes and techniques that align themselves with that vision. The student will be directed to explore advanced applications for the development of complex form and imagery. Students also are given the opportunity to refine their skills in observation and modeling form. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 162, 164, 214. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 316 Cr. 3 Intermediate Ceramics

Studio course specializing in the skill associated with the pottery wheel. Emphasis upon individual research in the mixing of clay bodies and simple experiments in glaze research. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 162, 164, 216. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 318 Cr. 3 Intermediate Printmaking: Lithography

In this intermediate course, the student will build upon the material covered in ART 209 while exploring the issues and possibilities of the printed image through a studio/historical exploration of lithography. Areas of research include the historical development of lithography and the application of its techniques of crayon, pencil, transfer and computer augmentation to stone lithography. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: 164, 166, 218. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 320 Cr. 3 Intermediate Metalsmithing, Forging and Raising

A studio course involving intermediate principles of forging and raising. Functional and non-functional forms will be investigated. Intermediate techniques will be discussed and implemented through design form. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 162, 164, 220. Offered occasionally.

ART 321 Cr. 3 Intermediate Jewelry and Metalsmithing

A studio course that covers advanced jewelry fabrication, hollow forms and an introduction to several casting techniques. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 162, 164, 221. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 331 Cr. 3 Art of the United States

A study of the visual arts of the United States from the colonial era to the present. Course will consider such significant issues as the participation of U.S. artists in international art movements and the relationship between socio-political developments and the visual arts. Prerequisite: ART 251 and 252. Offered Fall alternate years.

ART 332 Cr. 3 Contemporary Art

An intensive study of visual art produced throughout the world since 1970. The course will consider recent developments in traditional media art such as painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, and the functional arts, and the changing status and nature of such media in the contemporary art world. The course will also examine the development of new media such as installation art, performance art, video and digital art. Prerequisite: ART 251 and 252. Offered Fall alternate years.

ART 341 Cr. 3  Selected Topics in Art History

An intensive review of significant movements and styles in the history of art. The particular subject of the course will be chosen each year by the art faculty. This course is intended to provide an exposure to key topics in greater depth than allowed in the art history survey courses. Prerequisite: ART 251 and 252. Repeatable for credit – maximum six. Offered Spring.

ART 362 Cr. 3 Figure Drawing

A studio course emphasizing life drawing as an art form through exploration of various styles and techniques from traditional through contemporary. The student will build upon introductory drawing skills to explore more complex forms and imagery. Studio 5. Prerequisite: ART 262. Offered Spring.

ART 373 Cr. 3 Documentary/Editorial Photography I

A conceptual, historical, ethical and practical study of photo communication. Students will closely examine the work of prominent picture journalists, work for on-campus clients and produce a standardized digital portfolio. Lect. 2, Lab 2., Out-of-class 1. Prerequisite: ART 272 and 276. Offered occasionally.

ART 374 Cr. 3 Commercial Photography

Large and medium format cameras are used on location and in the studio to execute commercial photography applications. Emphasis given to lighting, color and black and white applications, digital imagery and working in the marketplace. Lect. 3, out-of-class 2. Prerequisite: ART 272 and 276. Offered occasionally.

ART 375 Cr. 1-3 Special Projects in Photography

Workshops, directed and individual readings, or projects involving significant content or activities not available through regular course offerings within the photography minor. Open to qualified high school students. Lab. 1-5. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Offered occasionally.

ART 376 Cr. 3 Portrait Photography

Studio and environmental approaches to portraiture are studied and executed. Explores uses of studio and natural lighting; posing of singles, couples and small groups; designing strong compositions in studio settings; study of historic and contemporary portraitists. Lect. 3, Lab. 2. Prerequisite: ART 272 and 276. Offered occasionally.

ART  377 Cr. 3 Color Photography

Techniques of color photography are explored, including composition, aesthetics, negative/positive printing and electronic imaging. Contemporary trends in color photography are examined as well as historical precedents. Lect. 2, Lab. 1., Out- of-class 2. Prerequisite: ART 272 and 276. Offered occasionally.

ART 379 Cr. 1 Applied Photography

Practical experience in applying photographic skills by participating as staff members for university publications. Prerequisite: ART 272. Repeatable for credit – maximum two. Offered occasionally.

ART 399 Cr. 2 Senior Seminar in Professional Practices and Problems

Reading and discussion pertinent to the professional artist. Course intended to assist students in the final stages of their education to make a successful transition from undergraduate school to the professional world of the artist. Prerequisite: junior standing. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 401 Cr. 1 Methods and Practices for the Art Classroom, Early – Middle Childhood – Early Adolescence

This course is offered to those students who plan to teach students in the early childhood through early adolescence art classroom. The students will consider current practices and theory related to teaching visual art and design in the elementary school. They will observe in local classrooms and will analyze effective instructions as they plan delivery systems for their future classrooms. Using the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards, they will plan curriculum, including unit and lesson plans as well as effective assessment of student learning. Prerequisite: admission to Teacher Education, declared art education major. Must be taken concurrently with ART 302. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 403 Cr. 3 Methods in Art: Early Adolescence - Adolescence

This course is designed for future art teachers in art and design education from early adolescence to adolescence. The students will consider current practices and theory related to teaching visual art and design in middle school and high school learning environments. They will observe in local classrooms and will analyze effective instruction as they plan delivery systems for their future classrooms. Using the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards, they will plan curriculum including unit and lesson plans as well as effective assessment of student learning. Offered Spring.

ART  405 Cr. 3 Advanced Painting

An opportunity for further development of visual language through the medium of paint in an individualized studio environment. The course involves a dedication to ongoing creative work and an increased awareness of contemporary painting discourses. Students focus on issues of conduct and expression through individual projects and research. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 305. Repeatable for credit – maximum six. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 408 Cr. 3 Advanced Computer Graphic Design

An advanced exploration of design problem-solving. This course approaches the Internet as a design space for visual communication. The aesthetics of Web design and animation are explored through type, image, sound, time, and motion. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 252 and 308. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 413 Cr. 1-3 Independent Study

Concentrated study in any area: art history, art metal, ceramics, design, drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. Open to advanced students who have excellent records in selected areas. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Repeatable for credit - maximum six for majors, maximum of four for non-majors or minors. Offered occasionally.

ART 414 Cr. 3 Advanced Sculpture

A studio course providing opportunities for independent work for the advanced student in the area of sculpture. Students are challenged to further develop a personal vision of sculpture through various techniques offered in the studio. These techniques will be based on advanced foundry work, fabrication, and woodworking. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 252 and 314. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 415 Cr. 3 Art Seminar

Professional problems related to principles of art, art history, and art education research. Prerequisite: ART 166. Offered occasionally.

ART 416 Cr. 3 Advanced Ceramics

A studio course with emphasis placed on advanced production techniques including mixed construction methods in pottery. A student’s knowledge of clay and glaze composition and kiln design and firing is furthered by an organized approach to technical research. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 252 and 316. Repeatable for credit – maximum six. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 418 Cr. 3 Advanced Printmaking

In this advanced course, each student will further their knowledge of intaglio and/or lithography by researching both multiple plate printing and simultaneous color printing methods. Students will apply the technical, historical, theoretical knowledge gained to their own areas of content. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 252 and 318. Repeatable for credit – maximum six. Offered Fall, Spring.  

ART 419 Cr. 3 Individual Problems in Printmaking

In this intensive studio/historical exploration, the student will concentrate on the development of content expressed through the techniques of printmaking. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 418, consent of instructor. Repeatable for credit – maximum six. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 421 Cr. 3 Advanced Jewelry and Metalsmithing

A studio course that focuses on advanced creative and technical processes in jewelry and metalsmithing. Individual research, design and creative applications are emphasized. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 252 and 321. Repeatable for credit – maximum six. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 425 Cr. 1-3 Perspectives in Art

This course allows the students to explore a specific art media on campus or in the international environment. The course will stress intensive research/creative endeavor. Lect. 1, Studio 4. Prerequisite: ART 162, 166 and completion of intro-advanced sequence in a studio media. Consent of instructor. Repeatable for credit – maximum nine. Offered Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer.

ART 431 Cr. 2 Lectures in Art History

A series of lectures designed to study and analyze the artists and their works within society. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Offered occasionally.

ART 450 Cr. 3-15 Internship in Art

An academic or experientially relevant course in the creative arts, art education, art history and museology. Prerequisite: junior standing with at least a 2.5 overall GPA and a 2.75 GPA in art; at least 22 hours in art including specific course work where applicable. Repeatable for credit - maximum 15. No more than six credits may be applied toward a major in the art department. Pass/Fail grading. Offered occasionally.

ART 462 Cr. 3 Advanced Drawing

Studio course providing students the opportunity to develop advanced drawing skills and content in a self-directed environment. Students are mentored throughout their further investigation of drawing as a visual language and are encouraged to seek connections between drawing and other media. Studio 5. Prerequisite: ART 362. Repeatable for credit – maximum six. Offered Fall, Spring

ART 473 Cr. 3 Documentary/Editorial Photography II

In-depth and specialized investigation of photojournalism. Topics for research and application include ethics and picture editing, illustration, photo essay, editorial assignments for real-world clients. Students produce an extended portfolio. Lect. 3, Lab. 2. Prerequisite: ART 272 and 276. Offered occasionally.

ART 474 Cr. 3 Expressive and Archival Imaging

Exposure, processing and printing procedures are precisely controlled for technical excellence in black and white photography. The previsualization approach is applied so that the student completes the course with a portfolio in traditional photography. Lect. 2, Lab. 1., Out-of-class 2. Prerequisite: ART 272 and 276. Offered occasionally.

ART 475 Cr. 1-3 Perspectives in Art: Photography

This course allows the student to further explore photography on campus or in an international environment. The course will stress intensive research/creative endeavor. Lab. 1-5. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Repeatable for credit – maximum nine. Offered occasionally.

ART 479 Cr. 1 Seminar in Photography

Discussion of the professional, theoretical and aesthetic problems relating to the presentation and display of photography. Students will produce a portfolio or a gallery show of their work. This is the capstone course in the photography minor. Students will serve as mentors in the photography labs. Lect. 1, out-of-class 1. Prerequisite: ART 272, 274, 276, 373, 377, 474, and electives. Repeatable for credit – maximum nine. Offered Fall, Spring.

ART 499 Cr. 1 Senior Exhibition

This course will expose the student to the theory and practice of the presentation and exhibition of artwork. The course will culminate in an exhibition of the student’s work. Prerequisite: ART 399. Offered Fall, Spring.