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Fall

ART622AX – Studio Art Drawing: Elements – 3 units

Course provides students with an intensive drawing experience and a personal learning opportunity. Experiential classroom projects cover a range of drawing principles. This drawing course contains several projects, each of which will explore formal elements of art. Formal elements include line, shape, color, form and texture. Examples from art history will be shared to illustrate these concepts. The course meets on alternate weeks for a 3 hour lecture, studio and discussion. The alternate weeks consist of out of classroom learning experiences, including attendance at various arts and learning environments along with the creation of accompanying art assignments. No prior art experience is required. Full attendance and completion of all assignments is required. Students should dress comfortably and bring art materials. Art materials list and art instructor contact information will be available upon registration.

ART623AX – Studio Art Painting: Elements – 3 units

Course provides students with an intensive painting experience and a personal learning opportunity. Experiential classroom projects cover a range of painting principles. This painting course contains several projects, each of which will explore formal elements of art. Formal elements include line, shape, color, form and texture. Examples from art history will be shared to illustrate these concepts. The course meets on alternate weeks for a 3 hour lecture, studio and discussion. The alternate weeks consist of out of classroom learning experiences, including attendance at various arts and learning environments along with the creation of accompanying art assignments. No prior art experience is required. Full attendance and completion of all assignments is required. Students should dress comfortably and bring art materials. Art materials list and art instructor contact information will be available upon registration.

ART624AX – Studio Art Sculpture: Elements – 3 units

Course provides students with an intensive sculpture experience and a personal learning opportunity. Experiential classroom projects cover a range of sculpture principles. This sculpture course contains several projects, each of which will explore formal elements of art. Formal elements include line, shape, color, form and texture. Examples from art history will be shared to illustrate these concepts. The course meets on alternate weeks for a 3 hour lecture, studio and discussion. The alternate weeks consist of out of classroom learning experiences, including attendance at various arts and learning environments along with the creation of accompanying art assignments. No prior art experience is required. Full attendance and completion of all assignments is required. Students should dress comfortably and bring art materials. Art materials list and art instructor contact information will be available upon registration.


Spring

ART622BX – Studio Art Drawing: Genres – 3 units

Course provides students with an intensive drawing experience and a personal learning opportunity. Experiential classroom projects utilize drawing to explore a range of art genres. This course contains several projects, each of which will illustrate various genres of art; such as landscape, still life and portrait. Examples from art history will be shared to illustrate these concepts. The course meets on alternate weeks for a 3 hour lecture, studio and discussion. The alternate weeks consist of out of classroom learning experiences, including attendance at various arts and learning environments along with the creation of accompanying art assignments. No prior art experience is required. Full attendance and completion of all assignments is required. Students should dress comfortably and bring art materials. Art materials list and art instructor contact information will be available upon registration.

ART623BX – Studio Art Painting: Genres – 3 units

Course provides students with an intensive painting experience and a personal learning opportunity. Experiential classroom projects utilize painting to explore a range of art genres. This course contains several projects, each of which will illustrate various genres of art; such as landscape, still life and portrait. Examples from art history will be shared to illustrate these concepts. The course meets on alternate weeks for a 3 hour lecture, studio and discussion. The alternate weeks consist of out of classroom learning experiences, including attendance at various arts and learning environments along with the creation of accompanying art assignments. No prior art experience is required. Full attendance and completion of all assignments is required. Students should dress comfortably and bring art materials. Art materials list and art instructor contact information will be available upon registration.

ART624BX – Studio Art Sculpture: Genres – 3 units

Course provides students with an intensive sculpture experience and a personal learning opportunity. Experiential classroom projects utilize sculpture to explore a range of art genres. This course contains several projects, each of which will illustrate various genres of art; such as landscape, still life and portrait. Examples from art history will be shared to illustrate these concepts. The course meets on alternate weeks for a 3 hour lecture, studio and discussion. The alternate weeks consist of out of classroom learning experiences, including attendance at various arts and learning environments along with the creation of accompanying art assignments. No prior art experience is required. Full attendance and completion of all assignments is required. Students should dress comfortably and bring art materials. Art materials list and art instructor contact information will be available upon registration.


Summer

ART622CX – Studio Art Drawing: Styles – 3 units

Course provides students with an intensive drawing experience and a personal learning opportunity. Experiential classroom projects utilize drawing to explore selected styles of art. This course contains several projects, each of which will illustrate various art styles; such as impressionism, abstract and expressionism. Examples from art history will be shared to illustrate these concepts. The course meets on alternate weeks for a 3 hour lecture, studio and discussion. The alternate weeks consist of out of classroom learning experiences, including attendance at various arts and learning environments along with the creation of accompanying art assignments. No prior art experience is required. Full attendance and completion of all assignments is required. Students should dress comfortably and bring art materials. Art materials list and art instructor contact information will be available upon registration.

ART623CX – Studio Art Painting: Styles– 3 units

Course provides students with an intensive painting experience and a personal learning opportunity. Experiential classroom projects utilize painting to explore selected styles of art. This course contains several projects, each of which will illustrate various art styles; such as impressionism, abstract and expressionism. Examples from art history will be shared to illustrate these concepts. The course meets on alternate weeks for a 3 hour lecture, studio and discussion. The alternate weeks consist of out of classroom learning experiences, including attendance at various arts and learning environments along with the creation of accompanying art assignments. No prior art experience is required. Full attendance and completion of all assignments is required. Students should dress comfortably and bring art materials. Art materials list and art instructor contact information will be available upon registration.

ART624CX – Studio Art Sculpture: Styles– 3 units

Course provides students with an intensive sculpture experience and a personal learning opportunity. Experiential classroom projects utilize sculpture to explore selected styles of art. This course contains several projects, each of which will illustrate various art styles; such as impressionism, abstract and expressionism. Examples from art history will be shared to illustrate these concepts. The course meets on alternate weeks for a 3 hour lecture, studio and discussion. The alternate weeks consist of out of classroom learning experiences, including attendance at various arts and learning environments along with the creation of accompanying art assignments. No prior art experience is required. Full attendance and completion of all assignments is required. Students should dress comfortably and bring art materials. Art materials list and art instructor contact information will be available upon registration.



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