Art - Myers School of (7100)

Art - Myers School of (7100)

100 SURVEY OF HISTORY OF ART I 3 credits
Introductory survey of world art from prehistory to c. 1250 C.E.
101 SURVEY OF HISTORY OF ART II 3 credits
Prerequisite: 7100: 100. Introductory survey of world art from 1250 to 1850 C.E.
102 SURVEY OF HISTORY OF ART III 3 credits
The third component in a 3-part series of introductory art history courses, this class covers the modern era, from Realism, Impressionism, and the Pre-Raphaelites through the present moment.
103 ARTS ORIENTATION 0 credits
Corequisite: with first 7100 art course. Orientation to the information and strategies necessary to aid new art students in their understanding of the field of art.
104 VISUAL ARTS APP IN ELEM CLSSRM 3 credits
Exploration of methods, materials, processes and visual techniques relating two- and three-dimensional art experiences for the teacher of elementary children. No credit as an elective course for art majors.
105 INTRODUCTION TO ART EDUCATION 2 credits
An introduction to the art teaching profession, this course covers historical and contemporary issues and practices in art education and in public schooling in the United States.
131 FOUNDATION DRAWING I 3 credits
Corequisite: 103. Introduction to drawing materials and techniques with an emphasis on observation, representation, and formal principles of composition and design.
132 INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN 3 credits
Introductory course in design theory increases the graphic designer's ability to solve visual problems using both practical and theoretical approaches.
144 FOUNDATION 2D DESIGN 3 credits
Fundamental information about the theory and practice of visual design as applied to surfaces, including composition, color and pictorial illusions with lecture and studio experience.
145 FOUNDATION 3D DESIGN 3 credits
Introduction to meaning of "design" and act of designing in real space. Study of naturally occurring form, structure and process.
184 TYPOGRAPHY 1 3 credits
Prerequisite: 132. Studio experience in concept development and processes, tools and materials of graphic designers. Elementary design problems in graphic design.
185 INTRO: COMPUTER GRAPHICS 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits) Prerequisites: 131 and 144 or permission of instructor. Introduction to the use of microcomputers as a creative tool for visual artists and designers.
210 VISUAL ARTS AWARENESS 3 credits
Prerequisite: 3400:210 or 3400:221. Lecture course providing appreciation and understanding of arts of various types/periods with emphasis on topics and influences on societies, rather than historical sequence
213 INTRODUCTION TO PRINTMAKING 3 credits
Prerequisites: 131 or 144. A fast-paced introduction to traditional and contemporary high-tech/low-tech printmaking processes including relief, intaglio, lithography, and screenprint as well as digital printmaking.
214 RELIEF/SCREENPRINT 3 credits
Prerequisite: 213. An introduction to the history, process, and contemporary practice of relief printing and screenprinting.
216 INTAGLIO/LITHOGRAPHY 3 credits
Prerequisite: 213. An introduction to the history, process, and contemporary practice of intaglio and lithographic printing.
222 INTRODUCTION TO SCULPTURE 3 credits
Prerequisite:145. Exploration of aesthetic factors influencing sculptural statements. Development of proficiency in the use of tools, materials and techniques.
223 SCULPTURE: STONE 3 credits
Prerequisite: 222. Beginning level lecture and studio course using both traditional hand tools for the creation of stone sculpture. History of the use of stone, evolution of stone working technology and contemporary artists working with stone.
224 INSTALLATION ART 3 credits
Prerequisite: 222. Lecture and studio course introducing the student to the medium of installation art, a major emphasis in the contemporary art scene. The history and evolution of installation art and its use by contemporary artists.
231 INTERMEDIATE DRAWING 3 credits
Prerequisite: 131. Continued investigation of basic drawing concepts. Introduction to drawing in color with further development of observation, design, technique and conceptual skills.
233 FOUNDATION LIFE DRAWING 3 credits
Prerequisite: 131. Perceptual problems in drawing from the life model. Study of skeletal, muscular, mechanical nature of human figure and application of this knowledge to the resolution of aesthetic problems. (May be repeated for a total of six credits.)
234 ANATOMY FOR ARTISTS 3 credits
Prerequisite: 233. Studio/lecture experience in drawing and sculpture with an emphasis on human skeletal, muscular, and surface structure.
243 INTRODUCTION TO PAINTING 3 credits
Prerequisites: 131, 144. Study of aesthetic and technical problems involved in painting. Emphasis on painting from observation, and understanding of color in painting.
244 COLOR CONCEPTS 3 credits
Prerequisites: 131 and 144. Lecture and studio experience giving information concerning perception of color, additive color phenomena of light, subtractive color phenomena of pigments and dyes, color notation systems and psychological effects of color.
246 INTRO: WATER-BASED MEDIA 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits.) Prerequisites: 131, 144. Experimentation with water-based media such as tempera, acrylic, and gouache.
250 FOUNDATION REVIEW 0 credits
Prerequisites: 131, 144, 145, 233. Credit/noncredit course. Faculty review of art foundation studio work from prerequisite/corequisite courses.
251 WATERCOLOR 3 credits
Prerequisites: 131, 144. Students will investigate traditional and contemporary watercolor techniques and mixed media while addressing issues of composition and conceptual concerns.
253 CERAMICS FOR NON-ART MAJORS 3 credits
Hand-building, glazing and kiln loading. Link skills to personal experience, ceramic history and contemporary art and craft issues. No credit toward a major in art.
254 INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS 3 credits
Prerequisites: 131 and 144. Studio/lecture course exploring potentials of hand-building techniques in both sculptural and functional forms. Clay processing, glaze application and practical kiln firing.
266 INTRODUCTION TO METALSMITHING 3 credits
Prerequisite: 145, 144. Studio experience in which student is introduced to properties of metals, processes of silversmithing and design and production of jewelry.
268 COLOR IN METALS 3 credits
Prerequisite: 266. Introduction to a variety of techniques to achieve and/or combine color in metals. Techniques such as anodizing aluminum, enameling and the application of color resins and plastics will be explored.
273 INTRO: DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 3 credits
Prerequisites: 131, 144; or permission. An introductory digital photography course covering technical, aesthetic and conceptual issues. Digital camera with manual exposure controls required. No credit for photography majors.
274 PHOTOGRAPHY I - NON-ART MAJORS 3 credits
Film-based black and white photography including camera control, film processing, and darkroom printing. 35mm camera with full manual control required. No credit toward art major.
275 INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY 3 credits
Prerequisites: 131, 144. Film-based black and white photography including camera control, film processing and darkroom printing. 35mm film camera with full manual control required.
276 INTRO: COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY 3 credits
Prerequisite: 274 or 275. Corequisite: 280. Students are introduced to the numerous commercial applications of studio and location photography while working through a series of advertising related photographic projects.
280 DIGITAL IMAGING 3 credits
Prerequisites: 276 or 289 or Corequisite: 276. An exploration of contemporary digital image capture, manipulation, output and distribution, emphasizing digital image concepts, aesthetics and production.
281 DESIGN FOR THE WEB & DEVICES I 3 credits
Prerequisite: 280. This course introduces the process of panning designing and producing XHTML and CSS standard sites with an emphasis on the creative aspects of web development.
282 DESIGN FOR WEB AND DEVICES II 3 credits
Prerequisite: 281. Building on knowledge from 7100:281 Designing for the Web and Devices I students will review IA, JavaScript, XML and advanced Dreamweaver for web distribution on computer screens and handheld devices.
283 DRAWING TECHNIQUES 3 credits
Prerequisites: 131 and 132. Includes advanced drawing and presentation techniques commonly used in graphic design. Various presentation and design problems will be encountered stressing use of selected drawing methods and processes.
288 TYPOGRAPHY 2 3 credits
Prerequisite: 184. Introduction to typographic design to communicate. Study of letterforms, history, comping skills, layout design and digital technology.
289 PRODUCTION 1 3 credits
Prerequisite: 132. A computer-based course. Using industry-standard software, students focus on incorporating type and image to produce comprehensive design solutions.
300 ART SINCE 1945 3 credits
Prerequisite: 101 or permission of instructor. Consideration of significant developments in visual art forms since World War II in architecture, sculpture, printing, photography, metal, textile, ceramics, printmaking and graphic design.
301 MEDIEVAL ART 3 credits
Prerequisite: 101 or permission of instructor. Painting, mosaics, architecture, sculpture, and luxury arts of medieval Europe from 4th through 14th centuries.
302 ART IN EUROPE- 17TH-18TH CNTRY 3 credits
Prerequisite: 101 or permission of instructor. Analysis of major European examples of architecture, landscape design, painting, prints and sculpture from beginning of the 17th century until approximately 1850.
303 ITALIAN RENAISSANCE ART 3 credits
Prerequisite: 101 or permission of instructor. Study of architecture, painting and sculpture of Italy during 13th through 16th centuries.
306 RENAISSANCE ART IN NRTH EUROPE 3 credits
Prerequisite: 101 or permission of instructor. Painting, architecture, and sculpture of northern Europe from 14th through 16th centuries.
307 HISTORY OF GRAPHIC DESIGN 3 credits
Prerequisite: 101 or permission of instructor. A lecture course analyzing the development of graphic design as an art form from Neolithic sources to the present.
309 GREEK ART 3 credits
The course presents art and architecture of ancient Greeks, and focuses on major monuments, myths, rituals, socio-political constructs, and methodological issues associated with Greek art.
310 4D DESIGN: MOTION 3 credits
Prerequisites: 280, 289, 387 or by permission. Study the history of animation and the principles of animation. Design motion graphics in a non-linear environment. Emphasis on audio, video, type and image.
311 4D DESIGN: INTERACTIVITY 3 credits
Prerequisites: 280, 289, 387 or by permission. Students are introduced to interactivity, user interaction, time-based and on-screen design with a focus on design principles and concerns of type, image, audio, video and animation.
312 ROMAN ART & ARCHITECTURE 3 credits
Study of Roman art and architecture from the sixth century B.C.E. through the fourth century B.C.
313 SURVEY OF ASIAN ART 3 credits
This course introduces the student to the historical, cultural, political, and religious aspects of civilization that influenced the aesthetics of Asian art.
317 PRINT MATRIX 3 credits
Prerequisites: 214 and 216. Intermediate printmaking class requiring the application of printmaking to the production of imagery for specific printmaking applications - Book Arts, Hybrid Prints, Serial Imagery, etc.
318 PORTRAIT LIGHTING 3 credits
Prerequisite 276. Studio and location lighting techniques for commercial and fine art portraiture.
319 PRINTMAKING REVIEW 0 credits
Prerequisites: 317. A committee of full-time faculty review portfolio of studio work completed in all printmaking courses.
320 PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY 3 credits
Prerequisite: 276. Professional skills are further developed via studio and tabletop photography assignments based on current trends in illustration and advertising photography.
322 SCULPTURE II 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of nine credits) Prerequisite: 222 or permission. Continuation of 222. Addresses more advanced techniques. May include fabrication, casting, carving, or assemblage.
323 LOST WAX CASTING 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits.) Prerequisites: 222 or 266. Bronze and aluminum casting using the lost wax process. Students learn foundry techniques and apply them to individual artistic statements.
335 INTERMEDIATE LIFE DRAWING 3 credits
Prerequisites: 233. Continued development of the content established in Life Drawing with additional emphasis on draped models, drawing materials and aesthetics. (May be repeated for a total of nine credits.)
348 INTERMEDIATE PAINTING 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits, but limited to a maximum of three credits in a given medium) Prerequisite: 243. Development of personal concepts and imagery through investigation of historical and contemporary styles and issues.
350 PAINT/DRAWING PORTFOL REVIEW 0 credits
Prerequisite: Two courses in 7100:348 Intermediate Painting. A committee of full-time faculty review portfolio of student work completed in prerequisite courses.
353 THROWING 3 credits
Prerequisite: 254. Emphasis on making pottery using the potter's wheel as well as organization and planning skills needed to make glazes and fire kilns.
356 HISTORY OF CRAFT 3 credits
This course is designed to illuminate selected aspects of the history of the making of things as these apply to current practice in the crafts.
366 METALSMITHING II 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits) Prerequisite: 266. Continuation of experiences presented in 266 with further development of skills and expansion of technical knowledge.
368 COLOR IN METALS II 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of 12 credits.) Prerequisite: 268. Continuation of 268. Advanced projects designed to develop the student's aesthetic values in color in metals. Emphasis on individual approach and experimentation.
369 PRODUCTION FOR JEWELRY 3 credits
Prerequisite: 266. This class will investigate ways of producing artwork and jewelry in multiples and limited production runs. Attention will also be given to packaging, display, and marketing the work.
370 HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY 3 credits
Prerequisite: 102. A lecture course studying the history of photography from its invention to contemporary issues.
374 PHOTOGRAPHY II NON-ART MAJORS 3 credits
Prerequisite: 274. Projects designed to expand the student's awareness of technical conceptual and aesthetic issues in photographic images. 35mm film camera with full manual control required.
375 PHOTOGRAPHY II 3 credits
Prerequisite: 275. Projects designed to expand student's awareness of technical, conceptual and aesthetic issues in photographic images. 35mm film camera with full manual control required.
377 MEDIUM AND LARGE FORMAT PHOTOG 3 credits
Prerequisite: 374 or 375. A technical course using medium and large format film cameras, which are furnished for the course's duration. Topics include camera movements, advanced exposure and development techniques.
378 ALTERNATIVE PHOTOGRAPH PROCESS 3 credits
Prerequisites: 374 or 375. Exploration in alternative photographic processes using hand-coated Cyanotype, Van Dyke Brown and Platinum emulsions, with digitally created large-format negatives.
381 DIGITAL IMAGING II 3 credits
Prerequisite: 280. Advanced digital imaging development and manipulation with an emphasis on preparation and use of digital images in print, multimedia and web applications.
382 GRAPHIC DESIGN JUNIOR REVIEW 1 credits
Prerequisites: 250 and 288; Corequisites: 387 and 384. Junior level review by graphic design faculty. Students present a portfolio of work from specified courses that exemplify creative and technical competencies.
383 MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits.) Prerequisite: 285. Introduction to the theory and methods of contemporary multimedia production. Exploration of the hardware/software employed in the organization, development and production of multimedia presentations.
384 PROFESSIONAL DESIGN PRACTICES 2 credits
Prerequisite: 288; corequisite: 387 and 382. Comprehensive overview of standard business practices specific to the design field. Prepares students to work as interns in professional creative environments.
385 COMPUTER 3-D MODEL/ANIMATION 3 credits
Prerequisites: 145, 185 or permission. Advanced computer imaging course with an emphasis in three-dimensional modeling and animation. Can be repeated for a total of 9 credits.
387 TYPOGRAPHY 3 3 credits
Prerequisite: 288. Corequisite: 384. Integration of typography, photography, copywriting and other visual elements into advertising and design. Students also build a junior level portfolio.
388 PRODUCTION 2 3 credits
Prerequisite: 276, 387. More complex projects with emphasis given to mechanical preparation of finished art for various printing processes.
401 ST: HISTORY OF ART 1-3 credits
(May be repeated for credit when a different subject or level of investigation is indicated) Prerequisite: 101 or permission of instructor. Lecture course in which subject is specified each time course is offered. Focuses upon an art movement, time period, the production of a single artist or a specific art medium.
402 MUSEOLOGY 3 credits
Lecture course dealing with museum science, including museum history, staff structures, art handling, storage, and presentation and exhibit preparation.
403 ART AND CRITICAL THEORY 3 credits
Prerequisites: 100, 101 or permission of the instructor. This course, designed for both studio and art history majors, surveys the major theoretical currents in contemporary criticism and art history.
405 HISTORY OF ART SYMPOSIUM 1-3 credits
(May be repeated for credit when a different subject is indicated) Prerequisite: one art history course beyond 101 or permission of instructor. Lecture, individual research and evaluation, group discussion related to a specific time period or to an artistic problem.
407 METHODS OF ART HISTORY 3 credits
Prerequisite: 101 or permission of the instructor. This course explores the history of the discipline and the permutations it has undergone since its establishment in the early years of the nineteenth century.
409 TIME-BASED MEDIA 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits.) Prerequisite: 285. Through the development of increasingly complex projects, students explore the conceptual and aesthetic considerations of creating motion media based presentations.
410 METHODS OF TEACHING ELEM ART 3 credits
Prerequisite: 105. Corequisite: 428. A field based course presenting the necessary skills and knowledge to successfully implement, plan, instruct, and assess a diverse art-based curriculum for the elementary classroom.
411 METHODS OF TEACH SECONDARY ART 3 credits
Prerequisite: 105. Corequisite: 429. A field based course presenting the necessary skills and knowledge to successfully implement, plan, instruct, and assess a diverse art-based curriculum for the secondary classroom.
412 STUDENT TEACHING COLLOQUIUM 1 credits
Prerequisite: Senior status, successful completion of field experience, and permission of instructor. Corequisite: 5300:495. Lecture course providing the skills and knowledge necessary for art education licensure. Student will gain knowledge in resume building, licensure requirements, and practical pedagogical techniques.
418 MULTIPLES AND MULTIPLICITY 3 credits
Prerequisites: Student must have Junior standing and have completed at least one 7100:300 level course in their major. Advanced printmaking class recommended for studio majors working with multiples, variability, and production requiring students to define and complete their own projects.
419 ST: PRINT 3 credits
Prerequisites: 131 or 144 or 145. Investigation in specialized printmaking media like Photogravure, Digital Printing, and Book Arts among others. May be offered in conjunction with university sponsored residency or travel.
420 SCULPTURE PORTFOLIO REVIEW 0 credits
Perquisites: 7100:422; corequisite: 7100:422. A committee of full-time faculty reviews portfolio of studio work completed in prerequisite/corequisite courses.
422 ADVANCED SCULPTURE 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of 15 credits.) Prerequisite: 250 and 322. Development of individual points of view and sculptural statements.
423 COMMUNITY BASED ART EDUCATION 3 credits
A service learning course for art educators that combines traditional lecture, demonstration, and hands-on workshop to introduce students to contemporary practices in community-based arts.
424 MIDDLE SCHOOL MATERIALS & TECH 3 credits
A lecture course in which students will gain hands-on approach to developing instructional art materials and lessons for the middle school.
425 CERAM: METHDS, MATERLS, & CNCP 3 credits
Prerequisites: 131, 145. (Lab) Ceramics for teachers. Introduces the potter's wheel, hand-building, firing kilns, history of ceramics and ceramic forms, safety in the studio and strategies for teaching ceramics.
426 EARLY CHILDHOOD ART EDUCATION 3 credits
A lecture course for art educators exploring visual arts as a vehicle for whole child development and learning across the curriculum in P,K-5 school settings.
427 ART IN THE INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM 3 credits
Prerequisite: 5100:220. Art education course exploring the use of art with diverse populations through lecture, hands on art making and site visitations.
428 ELEMENTARY FLD EXP: ART LICEN 1 credits
Corequisite: 410. Instructional experience in the P,K-6 art classroom to apply theory and research into practice.
429 SECONDARY FLD EXP: ART LICEN 1 credits
Corequisite: 411. Instructional experience in the 7-12 art classroom to apply theory and research into practice.
430 PROFESS PRAC FOR ART EDUCATORS 1 credits
Prerequisites: 410, 411. A lecture course providing support and guidance to develop the pre-professional skills and knowledge necessary for employment in the field of Art Education.
435 CONTEMPORARY ART ISSUES 3 credits
Prerequisite: 7100:102. Discussion course for advanced students in any visual arts discipline, dealing with concepts and critical theories related to current practice of the visual arts.
450 ADVANCED LIFE DRAWING 3 credits
Prerequisite: 335. Drawing from the live model, with an experimentation leading to an individual style. (May be repeated for a total of 9 credits).
452 SERVICE LEARNING IN ART 3 credits
Prerequisite: senior standing. An interdisciplinary, lecture/studio course that integrates fine art and design to promote understanding of the importance of sustained community outreach and serving as arts advocates.
453 ADVANCED THROWING 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of 6 credits.) Prerequisite: 353. Emphasis on making pottery using the potters wheel beyond the beginning level including organization and planning skills needed to make and exhibit or sell items.
454 ADVANCED CERAMICS 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of 18 credits.) Prerequisite: 250 and 353 or 354. Emphasis on refinement of technique toward personal aesthetic statement in preparation for professional or private studio production. Student may choose a general survey of subject matter or a more concentrated area of study.
455 ADVANCED PAINTING 3 credits
Prerequisites: 231, 348. Exploration of aesthetic and conceptual issues involved in developing an individual stylistic approach to image making, leading to senior portfolio and BFA exhibition. (May be repeated for a total of 15 credits)
456 CERAMIC PORTFOLIO REVIEW 0 credits
Prerequisites: 454. A committee of full-time faculty reviews portfolio of studio work completed in prerequisite courses.
460 THE MYERS FORUM: STUDIO 1-3 credits
Prerequisites: 7100:102. 250, & successful completion of at least one 300 level course in the Myers School of Art, or permission of the instructor. Cross-disciplinary studio addressing current issues related to theory and practice of visual communication.
461 THE MYERS FORUM: SEMINAR 1-3 credits
Prerequisites: 7100: 102, 250, & successful completion of at one 300 level course in the Myers School of Art, or permission of the instructor. Cross-disciplinary seminar addressing current issues related to the theory and practice of visual communication.
465 PAINT/DRAWING SEN EXHIB PREP 0 credits
Prerequisites: senior status, the second 455 Advanced Painting/Drawing. Preparation of the portfolio to be exhibited in the Senior Exhibition.
466 ADVANCED METALSMITHING 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of 18 credits.) Prerequisites: 250 and 366. Investigation in depth of aesthetic and technical problems of metalsmithing. Student works on individual projects under guidance from instructor.
467 METALSMITHING PORTFOLIO REVIEW 0 credits
Prerequisite: 466; corequisite: 466. A committee of full-time faculty review portfolio of studio work completed in prerequisite courses.
472 PHTO III: COLOR FR NON-ART MAJ 3 credits
Prerequisite 374. Advanced level lecture, studio and lab experience in color photography introducing students to technical, aesthetic and conceptual issues of the medium.
473 PHOTOGRAPHY III: COLOR 3 credits
Prerequisite 375. Advanced level lecture, studio and lab experience in color photography introducing students to technical, aesthetic and conceptual issues of the medium.
474 ADV PHOTOGRAPHY NON-ART MAJORS 3 credits
Prerequisite: 374. Studio course with emphasis on advanced individual projects.
475 ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of 21 credits.) Prerequisites: 250, 375, and 473. Photographic media, light and photographic equipment manipulated experimentally to produce creative graphic images. Student works under guidance of instructor on advanced individual projects.
476 PHOTOGRAPHY PORTFOLIO REVIEW 0 credits
Prerequisite: 475. A committee of full-time faculty reviews portfolio of studio work completed in prerequisite/corequisite courses.
479 PROF PHOTOGRAPHIC PRACTICES 3 credits
Prerequisites: 475 and Senior Status. Introduction to business and marketing practices in the fine art and commercial photography industry. Financial, legal, organizational, promotional, interpersonal, and ethical practices will be covered.
480 ADVANCED GRAPHIC DESIGN 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of nine credits) Prerequisite: 388 or permission of instructor. Student works on advanced-level individual projects under supervision of instructor.
481 DESIGN X NINE 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of nine credits.) Prerequisite: 388. Course focusing on professional business practices. Students chosen by portfolio review in junior year. Practical experience gained through working with clients and outside sources.
482 CORP IDENTITY & GRAPHIC SYST 3 credits
Prerequisite: 384 and 388. Advanced projects in corporate identity, graphic systems analysis, design. Problem solving for these specific areas of graphic design within mechanical limitations of art reproduction.
483 GRAPHIC DESIGN PRESENTATION 3 credits
Prerequisite: 482. Students prepare a professional portfolio and resume. The course includes project development, portfolio review and exhibition.
484 ILLUSTRATION 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of nine credits.) Prerequisite: 283 or permission of instructor. Application of painting and drawing skills and aesthetic sensitivity to specific commercial illustration and editorial art assignments.
485 ADVANCED ILLUSTRATION 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of nine credits) Prerequisite: 484 or permission of instructor. Advanced projects designed to tune student's personal aesthetic to communicative imagery. A more individual approach to design. Drawing and painting emphasized as is experimentation with multimedia.
486 INTERACT MULTIMEDIA DEVELOPMT 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits.) Prerequisite: 383. Utilizing two and three dimensional computer imagery, animation, video, and audio, students will plan, develop, and evaluate multimedia presentations, emphasizing scripting, sequencing, and interactivity.
487 PACKAGING DESIGN 3 credits
Prerequisite: 482. Synthesis of two- and three-dimensional visual thinking. Research in materials applicable to packaging of various products. Assignment of projects stressing development of conventional and experimental package design.
488 TYPOGRAPHY 4 3 credits
Prerequisites: 387. Senior level investigation of publication design, promotional brochures, and annual reports from concept to presentation. Focus on good concepts and problem-solving design.
489 ST: STUDIO ART 3 credits
(May be repeated for credit when a different subject or level of investigation is indicated) Prerequisite: Varies by course. Group Investigation of Topics not offered elsewhere in curriculum.
490 W: ART 1-4 credits
(May be repeated for credit when a different subject or level of investigation is indicated - 490 to maximum of eight credits; 590 to maximum of 12 credits.) Prerequisite: advanced standing in art or permission of instructor. Group investigation of a particular phase of art not offered by other courses in curriculum.
491 ARCHITECTURAL PRESENT I 3 credits
Prerequisite: 144. Studio practice in architectural design and presentation methods in residential and commercial interiors.
492 ARCHITECTURAL PRESENT II 3 credits
Prerequisites: 491/591. Continuation of concepts covered in Architectural Presentations I with additional work in color rendering techniques. Emphasis on a variety of rendering mediums.
493 ADV PHOTOGRAPHY: DIGITAL PRINT 3 credits
Prerequisites: 280, 475. Digital technologies for fine-art photographers including scanning negatives; workflow; color management; image adjustment, correction and optimization; inkjet printing; and digital asset management.
494 ST: ART EDUCATION 1-3 credits
May be repeated for credit when a different subject or level of investigation of topics of interest to the art education student is not covered elsewhere in the curriculum.
495 SENIOR EXHIBITION 0 credits
Prerequisite: senior standing and permission. Exit review of work from B.F.A. candidate's major courses.
496 ART INTERNSHIP/PROF EXPERIENCE 1-6 credits
(Repeatable for credit. No more than 6 credits of internship may apply toward the elective requirement for completion of any art department major.) Prerequisites: junior level in major program and permission of Internship Director. In-depth professional training affording the intern on-the-job experience in selected areas of specialization.
497 INDP STUDY: ART 1-7 credits
(May be repeatable for 7 credits). Prerequisites for art majors: completion of at least one advanced course in the major with a grade of A or A- and permission of instructor. Investigation in depth of aesthetic and technical problems within a studio-selected area of specialization. Student must present in writing a proposed study plan and time schedule for instructor approval. Prerequisites for non-art majors: permission of instructor.
498 SENIOR THESIS: HIST OF ART 1-3 credits
(May be repeated for credit when a different subject or level of investigation is indicated) Prerequisites: 14 credits in art history and permission of instructor. Individual research in art history centered around limited topic, such as specific time period, history of specific techniques, a single artist or movement in art history. No more than 10 credits will be counted toward major.
499 HONORS IN ART 3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits) Prerequisites: senior standing in the Honors Program and approval of honors project by faculty advisor. To be used for research in the Honors Program established by student and his/her adviser(s).

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