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     Year 2004/2005
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Course Numbering System
Course Listings and Descriptions
Administration
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Index
Course Listings/Descriptions
Semester offering codes corrected and posted on June 7, 2004.

ART-Art

ART 1300C Drawing I - Fundamentals . . . . . 3(F,S)
Students will study several media and how to use them. Instruction in drawing still life, landscapes and other objects/subjects provided. Students develop perception of proportions along with black/white media compositional concepts. Invites all students. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 1301C Drawing II - Fundamentals . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 1300C.
Continuation and further development of the studies in ART 1300C. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 2003C Visual Arts Experience . . . . . 3(F,S,SS)
An investigation of the creative process and its application in hands-on, multimedia explorations. Invites all students. No prerequisites or corequisites. (General Studies Course: HUM/FA) Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 2134C Textiles & Weaving . . . . . 3(CALL DEPT)
Introduction to basic textile and weaving techniques. Covers tie dye, batik, cardweaving, two harness loom weaving techniques, four harness loom weaving techniques and basic basketry forms and techniques. Invites all students. Credit may not be earned in both ART 2130C and ART 2134C.

ART 2150C Small Metals . . . . . 3(F,S)
A study of basic jewelry and metalsmithing techniques. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 2201C Two-Dimensional Design . . . . . 3(F,S)
Introduction to the concepts by which shape, value and color control space; ideas fundamental to the visual arts. Invites all students. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 2203C Three-Dimensional Design - Sculptural Form . . . . . 3(F,S)
Basic three-dimensional form design. Introduction to the concepts by which shape, texture value, color, various materials and surfaces are used to evolve 3D form in art. First of a series of sequential sculpture courses. Art core course. Invites all students. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 2210C Ideas and Concepts . . . . . 3(S)
A personal and group exploration of the creative process and how to expand our creative potential. For art majors, to be taken at the beginning of their junior year. Credit may not be earned in both ART 2230C and ART 2210C.

ART 2400C General Printmaking . . . . . 3(F,S)
Introduction to various printmaking techniques possibly including block printing, calligraphy, monotype, etching and engraving. Content varies according to instructor. Prerequisite for all other printmaking courses. Invites all students.

ART 2500C Painting I - Fundamentals . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 1300C and ART 2201C.
Students will study paint, color, the tools to use and how to use them. The student is instructed to paint using still life, landscapes, possibly figures, and other objects/subjects. Some materials supplied. Primarily an introductory painting course for art majors. Credit may not be earned in both ART 2510C and ART 2500C. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 2600C Computer Imaging I . . . . . 3(F,S)
Using the computer and its applications as a creative tool in the process of making art. Designed as a "fine arts" class, as opposed to a course stressing computer graphics. Explores the creative uses involved in and issues surrounding computer generated imagery. Exposes students to a variety of computer imagery and ideas providing a contemporary view of the digital image in art today. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 2701C Intermediate Sculptural Form . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2201C, ART 2203C.
In-depth exposure to appropriate fabrication methods in three- dimensional materials including wood, metal, and stone. Beginning hands-on investigation of formal issues in conjunction with contemporary art concepts. Required (or equivalent) for all students who plan to continue with sculpture. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 2948 Service Learning Field Study I . . . . . 1-3(F,S,SS)
Placement in community agency or other social organizational setting related to field of study. Supervision by faculty and agency. Students and faculty "customize" courses to fit a full range of services that are available in the setting. Student must be able to draw correlation between the discipline and field study. Journal and reflective experience paper are required. With the agreement of the student's faculty sponsor, a minimum of 6-8 hours per week must be done at the field site per semester hour of credit. Permission is required.

ART 3104C Crafts and Beyond . . . . . 3(CALL DEPT)
Exploration in the technical aspects of craft media with emphasis on ceramics, fiber, and metalwork processes. Required of Studio Art majors working toward Teacher Certification. Credit may not be earned in both ART 3193C and ART 3104C.

ART 3113C Ceramics: Wheelthrowing . . . . . 3(F,S,SS)
Prerequisite: ART 3760C.
Intermediate course in throwing techniques. Deals with clay in terms of functional as well as sculptural considerations. Covers a broad range of technical information. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 3152C Jewelry & Metalsmithing II . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 2150C.
Advanced jewelry making techniques building on those learned in Small Metals I. Processes covered will include forging, casting and laminations of metal. Material and supply fee will be assessed. Credit may not be earned in both ART 3151C and ART 3152C. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 3312C Drawing III-Intermediate . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 1300C, ART 1301C, and ART 2201C.
Required of all art majors. Reviews fundamentals. Develops individuality through observational and conceptual experiences/projects. Introduces some color media. Permission is required. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 3405C Painting III - Advanced . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 3504C.
Individual development in media, technique and concept will be stressed. Possibilities of painting other then easel painting will be presented. Investigation and experimentation responding to situations and projects is required. Credit may not be earned in both ART 3531C and ART 3405C.

ART 3442C Advanced Printmaking: Intaglio . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2210C, ART 2203C.
Discussion and exploration into a variety of printmaking techniques unique to the intaglio process. The philosophical and functional aspects of the course will be cultivated.

ART 3500C Painting for Non-Majors . . . . . 3(F,S,SS)
Students will study paint, color, the tools to use and how to use them. The student is instructed to paint using still lifes, landscapes, possibly figures and other objects/subjects. Some materials supplied. Primarily an introductory painting for majors outside of art. Invites all students.

ART 3504C Painting II - Intermediate . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 1301C and ART 2500C.
Includes fundamentals review. Develops individuality. Uses observational and conceptual experiences/project. Stresses understanding/perceiving color, using media and techniques appropriate to the student's personal development. Primarily for art majors. Credit may not be earned in both ART 3530C and ART 3504C.

ART 3610C Computer Imaging II: Image Manipulation . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 2600C.
An intermediate course in image manipulation with emphasis on Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia SoundEdit 16, and Apple iMovie. Designed for photographers, photo-illustrators, artists, and others who are interested in learning how to manipulate photographic and computer created images into finished art pieces or as material to integrate into multimedia projects in the future. Students will learn how to manipulate images and the viewer, how sound can manipulate the interpretation of an image, and how to manipulate still images into a moving image. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 3760C Ceramics . . . . . 3(F,S,SS)
Variety of handforming processes including throwing on the potters wheel. Deals with basic glazing and firing techniques. Invites all students. Material and supply fee will be assessed. Credit may not be earned in both ART 3110C and ART 3760C.

ART 3764C Ceramics: Handbuilding . . . . . 3(F,S,SS)
Prerequisite: ART 3760C.
Handbuilding techniques. Deals with clay in terms of functional as well as free-form design. Covers a broad range of technical information. Material and supply fee will be assessed. Credit may not be earned in both ART 3111C and ART 3764C.

ART 3930 Special Topics in Painting and Drawing . . . . . 1-9(SS)
Unique topics concerning painting and drawing. Students should have background of fundamentals in painting and/or drawing. Assignments will vary.

ART 3948 Service Learning Field Study II . . . . . 1-3(F,S,SS)
Placement in community agency or other social organizational setting related to field of study. Supervision by faculty and agency. Students and faculty "customize" courses to fit a full range of services that are available in the setting. Student must be able to draw correlation between the discipline and field study. Journal and reflective experience paper are required. With the agreement of the student's faculty sponsor, a minimum of 6-8 hours per week must be done at the field site per semester hour of credit. Permission is required.

ART 4155C Enameling & Metal Processes . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 3152C.
Exploration into variations of the enameling medium using a variety of techniques including cloisonne, limoges, basse-taille and champleve. Emphasis will be placed on the use of color theory and two-dimensional design and their relationship to the three-dimensional object. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 4158C Jewelry & Metalsmithing: Personal Directions . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 3152C or ART 4155C.
Advanced jewelry making and metalsmithing techniques building on those learned in ART 2150C and ART 3152C with emphasis on personal directions.

ART 4320C Drawing IV - Advanced . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 3312C.
While there is a continuation of the development of many of the concepts of drawing from ART 3312C, this course is dedicated to the study of life drawing concepts. The human figure will be the primary subject matter. Extensive experimentation and exploration of drawing media use in relation to the figure will be stressed. Permission is required. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 4333C Drawing V - Advanced . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 4320C.
Use of classroom/studio situation to direct the student towards independent study. Student will be required to participate in the structuring of projects and experiences that demand individual investigation and development. Material and supply fee will be assessed. Credit may not be earned in both ART 4332C and ART 4333C.

ART 4506C Painting IV - Advanced . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 3405C.
Use of the classroom/studio to direct the student in independent study. Students will be required to initiate the structuring of projects and experiences and to pursue them with individual development and investigation. Credit may not be earned in both ART 4532C and ART 4506C.

ART 4618C Digital Multimedia I . . . . . 3(S)
Prerequisite: ART 3610C.
An advanced class in computer-based media with emphasis on Adobe ImageReady, Macromedia Dreamweaver, and Adobe GoLive. Students will explore how interactive modes of viewership affect artwork. Students will create web based art pieces, incorporating manipulated images, animations, sound, and video into a finished website. Credit may not be earned in both ART 4680C and ART 4618C. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 4619C Digital Multimedia II . . . . . 3(S)
Prerequisite: ART 4618C.
An intensive advanced class in multimedia, with emphasis on Macromedia Flash and Director. Students will create interactive websites, CD-ROMs, and DVDs, using skills from Photoshop, ImageReady, Dreamweaver, GoLive, Sound Edit 16 and iMovie, which will then be incorporated into Flash and Director. A very labor intensive course, designed for highly motivated, self-disciplined students. Credit may not be earned in both ART 4682C and ART 4619C. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 4630C Artists Video . . . . . 3(F)
Prerequisite: ART 2600C, ART 3610C.
An intermediate class in Digital Video with an emphasis in Adobe Premiere and Apple Final Cut Pro as the primary tools for digital manipulation of video. Geared towards studying and producing risk-taking video based in a fine arts tradition. The focus is on work by artists and independent producers who aim to produce poetic, penetrating, passionate alternatives to the ideas and images seen in modernist art, mainstream entertainment, advertising, and network news. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 4632 Digital Media Project . . . . . 3(S)
Prerequisite: ART 4619C.
Advanced concepts in translating digital media from the virtual world to the tangible. Students choose projects with emphasis on integration of traditional fine art media, with digital media or digital media into the business/commercial realm. Permission is required. Material and supply fee will be assessed.

ART 4706C Advanced Sculptural Form . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 2701C.
Investigation of individual visual direction through refined technical and content-based research. Continuing exposure to contemporary visual issues and research into postmodernism. Research in processes and appropriate fabrication of molds, plaster and plastics.

ART 4710C Sculpture III . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 4706C.
Third course. A continuation of three-dimensional problems with an emphasis on specific materials and techniques, some on a larger than life scale. Credit may not be earned in both ART 4703C and ART 4710C.

ART 4730C Sculpture IV . . . . . 3(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 4710C
Fourth course. An advanced level study in sculpture in a specific process with its related materials stressing craftsmanship and strong visual concepts. Credit may not be earned in both ART 4740C and ART 4730C.

ART 4787C Ceramics: Personal Directions . . . . . 3(F,S,SS)
Prerequisite: ART 3764C.
Design and the development of individual expression in clay. Student has a choice of forming techniques. Covers advanced firing and glazing techniques. Material and supply fee will be assessed. Credit may not be earned in both ART 4760C and ART 4787C.

ART 4800 Studio Directions . . . . . 1(S)
A critical thinking and discussion course for advanced studio (BFA) majors. Students review their collective work in progress and discuss it in relation to themselves, the process, art history, and contemporary issues. A directed study or 4000 level studio art course is required.

ART 4890C Senior Seminar . . . . . 1(S)
Prerequisite: ART 4800.
Specifically for BFA majors. Poses a related variety of issues to the artist; the current art scene, trends and career matters that deal with advanced study and employment. Should be taken within the senior year.

ART 4941 Senior Exit Show . . . . . 1(F,S)
Prerequisite: ART 4800, ART 4890C.
Provides senior-level students in the BFA program with an opportunity to create and install a thesis show of their own art work. Students will complete this project and will present it to the Art Department faculty. This course should be taken during the student's final semester of the program. Senior standing is required.

ART 4947 Museum or Gallery Practicum . . . . . 1-3(F,S,SS)
Practical experience in organizing museum and gallery exhibitions. Includes promotion, finance, grantsmanship, space design and other related issues. Practicums may be arranged with the Pensacola Museum of Art, The University Gallery or other recognized institutions. Permission is required.