This introductory course focuses on the basic elements and principles of design such as line, texture, space, balance, unity, and scale. Students are responsible for purchasing supplies.
Come learn the ancient art of wire wrapping and basic beading techniques that open the door for creating intricate and beautiful jewelry designs! This course focuses on creating a strong … Continue reading “Jewelry Making”
Defining art in its broadest sense to include visual, performance and media arts, as well as literature, music and philosophy, this course encourages students to explore the nature of creative … Continue reading “Humanities: The Creative Voice*”
A survey of the history and development of photography from the beginning to the present. Major trends, styles, and photographers are covered. The course will also include political, social and … Continue reading “History of Photography*”
This course offers a survey of Western art from prehistoric times to the Baroque period.
Students are introduced to the concepts and principles of art including line, shape, form, color and space. They study selected works and complete basic exercises in a variety of art … Continue reading “Art Appreciation”
The critical influence of social, religious, historical, and technological forces on the characteristic features of architecture are stressed by studying the various architectural styles. Course covers architectural milestones from ancient … Continue reading “Architecture of the World*”
This course is an introduction to the principles of animation. Traditional and contemporary technology will be used to complete exercises and projects. Students are responsible for purchasing supplies. Two hours … Continue reading “Animation Fundamentals*”
This intermediate course builds upon the painting fundamentals learned in ART 151 Painting I. Through structured studio experiences, lectures, and individual critiques intermediate painting techniques, and principles will be introduced. … Continue reading “Painting II”
This course offers an understanding of the techniques, materials and creative practice of water-based media, focusing on the use of acrylics. Students are responsible for purchasing supplies. One hour lecture, … Continue reading “Painting I”