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ARTS 1103 Issues and Approaches to Studio Art (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This course is intended for Studio Majors and Minors and serious students with previous studio experience. This course enables students to develop skills and ideas by exploring objective, subjective, and conceptual approaches to a variety of media. Practical exercises include live models, scenarios, memory, and imagination. Students develop skills and confidence by exploring a variety of ideas and techniques in preparation for a more individually directed approach in subsequent courses. Discussions and group or individual critiques develop students' critical and analytical skills and provide an open forum for students to bring questions and problems for exploration.


Instructor(s): Sheila Gallagher

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with:

Comments: Lab fee required. Course is intended for Studio Majors, Minors and serious students with previous studio experience. This is not a Core course. Freshmen are not advised to take the course.


Last Updated: 20-Jan-15