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2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog 
2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

AR 3205 - Graphic Arts

Graphic Arts is an upper-level course designed to accommodate advanced students interested in pursuing the creation of two-dimensional images/art works. Students taking this course (for 1, 2, or 3 credits) will be expected to develop a project or series of projects to be undertaken over the duration of one semester. The student and instructor will discuss the conceptual and technical aspects of the work, determining the expectations surrounding the final output. The number of projects completed will be dependent upon what media are used and the amount of time required to execute an image or project. All students will keep a daily sketchbook/journal. All students will submit a onepage artist’s statement at the close of the semester. May be repeated for credit.

Studio fee for materials.
Prerequisite: Drawing I (AR 1200 ), Painting I (AR 1300 ), or Photography I (AR 1400 ).