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ARTS 398

Advanced Studio Art Topics

Advanced level studio courses in specific media. Areas of study may include: A. Drawing, B. Painting, C. Ceramics, D. Sculpture, E. Photography, F. Video, G. Digital, H. Interdisciplinary Study. Prerequisite will vary. Not offered Pass/Fail

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
Arts and Humanities Prerequisite will vary 1/2-1 course

Fall Semester information

John Berry

398BA: Tps:Painting III


John Berry

398BB: AdvStudio:Painting


Lori Miles

398DA: Tps:Sculpture III


Lori Miles

398DB: AdvStudio:Art For Living: An Investigation of Sustainable Necessities


Lori Miles

398DC: AdvStudio:Sculpture


Cynthia O'Dell

398EA: Tps:Digital Photo III


Winter Term information

Lori Miles

398BA: AdvStudio:Painting


Lori Miles

398DA: AdvStudio:Sculpture


Lori Miles

398HA: AdvStudio:Interdiscip


Spring Semester information

Robert Kingsley

398BA: AdvStudio:Painting


John Berry

398BB: AdvStudio:Painting


Meredith Brickell

398CA: AdvStudio:Ceramics


Lori Miles

398DA: AdvStudio:Sculpture


Lori Miles

398DB: AdvStudio:Sculpture


Cynthia O'Dell

398EA: AdvStudio:Digital Photo III


Dan Solberg

398GA: AdvStudio:Digital Art


Lori Miles

398HA: AdvStudio:Interdiscip Seminar


Fall Semester information

John Berry

398BA: AdvStudio:Painting


Cynthia O'Dell

398EA: AdvStudio:Landscape Photography and Environmental Activism

Would you like to know how to create a compelling landscape photograph while learning to navigate the nature park? Are you interested in learning how photographs have been used as a tool to educate the public about environmental crisis and climate change?

In this seminar/studio class, we will examine the role of photography in documenting environmental crisis since photography was invented, in the mid 1840's. We will photograph regularly in the quarry and examine the landscape in detail while we learn about the work of landscape photographic activists.

Students will be expected to complete readings, view films, develop and present a research project and create their own photographic portfolio based in the genre of, landscape photography. Students do not need any previous experience to take the 200 level course. Students should only take the 300 level course if they have already had Digital Photography @ the 200 level. Students will need a digital camera such as a DSLR camera and a laptop with image editing software (preferably, Lightroom with 16GB of Ram). Some cameras are available for check out. Please let Professor O'Dell know if you need one.


Staff

398GA: AdvStudio:Digital


Spring Semester information

Cynthia O'Dell

398EA: AdvStudio:Digital Photo