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Drawing II
DRAWING II
CLASS CODE: ART 310 CREDITS:  3
DIVISION: PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS
DEPARTMENT: ART
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

DESCRIPTION: Builds on the Renaissance tradition while exploring different styles of art such as Cubism, Expressionism, and Non-European art.
TAUGHT: Winter, Summer
CONTENT AND TOPICS: -- Review and expand the students understanding and application of Renaissance drawing principles to contemporary problems, experimenting with, for example, applied versus theoretical perspective in the contemporary landscape.
-- Teach and apply Cubist theory and technique.
-- Expand Cubist theory to explore Futurist concepts or Russian Supremacist theory.
-- Introduce intuitive image making ideas such as Zen drawing and painting or Surrealist automatism.
-- Synthesize Renaissance and Modernist approaches, seen in Pop Art.
-- Explore social and personal themes within the egocentric traditions of Expressionism.
-- Explore a personal direction, applying ideas and experiences to create as a consistent portfolio of drawing using one of the processes learned earlier in the semester.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES: -- Review and expand the students understanding and application of Renaissance drawing principles to contemporary problems, experimenting with, for example, applied versus theoretical perspective in the contemporary landscape.
-- Teach and apply Cubist theory and technique.
-- Expand Cubist theory to explore Futurist concepts or Russian Supremacist theory.
-- Introduce intuitive image making ideas such as Zen drawing and painting or Surrealist automatism.
-- Synthesize Renaissance and Modernist approaches, seen in Pop Art.
-- Explore social and personal themes within the egocentric traditions of Expressionism.
-- Explore a personal direction, applying ideas and experiences to create as a consistent portfolio of drawing using one of the processes learned earlier in the semester.
REQUIREMENTS: Enrolled as an Art major
PREREQUISITES: Art 110, Art 117
OTHER:
EFFECTIVE DATE: August 2004