2012-14 Academic Catalog

Department of Art

(College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences)


www.uni.edu/artdept

The Department of Art offers the following undergraduate and graduate programs.  Specific requirements for these programs are listed within this Department of Art section in the following order:

Undergraduate Major (B.F.A.)

  • Art: Studio B.F.A.

Undergraduate Majors (B.A.)

  • Art-Studio Emphasis
  • Art-Art History Emphasis
  • Art Education-Teaching
  • Graphic Design

Minors

  • Art
  • Art History

Graduate Major (M.A.)

  • Art Education

Major programs are offered by the Department of Art in two baccalaureate degree areas, the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Fine Arts. The Bachelor of Arts degree is a liberal arts program that provides the art major with three emphasis options: studio, art history, or art education (teaching). The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree is a professional program with an intensive studio emphasis.

No grade of less than C- shall satisfy any art major or minor degree requirement whether taken at UNI or transferred from another institution. For all studio courses in the Department of Art programs the ratio of student work hours to credit hours is 3:1. Therefore, additional work is required outside the regular class meeting times.

Courses in the Department of Art require specialized materials, some of which are provided through art lab fees.

Art courses which fulfill an Art major requirement cannot be used to fulfill Category 3A of the Liberal Arts Core.

Foundations Sequence

The Foundations Sequence is a one-year program required for all art majors and art minors. Introductory courses are offered that will provide an intense exploration of basic art concepts and skills as preparation for specialized and advanced areas of study.

Art majors take the 18 hours of introductory courses in the first year of study. The Foundations Sequence is prerequisite to all studio and art history courses. Generally, students enroll in Drawing I, 2-D Concepts, and Survey of Art History I during the first semester and Drawing II, 3-D Concepts, and Survey of Art History II the second semester.

The Foundations Sequence is a prerequisite for introductory level courses taken only by Art majors and minors.

Foundations Sequence for majors:

ART 1011 (600:018)Drawing I3
ART 1022 (600:019)Drawing II3
ART 1222 (600:026)Two-Dimensional Concepts3
ART 1333 (600:027)Three-Dimensional Concepts3
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)Survey of Art History I3
ARTHIST 1222 (600:041)Survey of Art History II3
Total Hours18

Foundations Sequence for Art Studio minors:

ART 1011 (600:018)Drawing I3
ART 1222 (600:026)Two-Dimensional Concepts3
ART 1333 (600:027)Three-Dimensional Concepts3
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)Survey of Art History I3
or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041) Survey of Art History II
Total Hours12

Foundations Sequence for Art History minors:

ART 1011 (600:018)Drawing I3
ART 1222 (600:026)Two-Dimensional Concepts3
or ART 1333 (600:027) Three-Dimensional Concepts
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)Survey of Art History I3
ARTHIST 1222 (600:041)Survey of Art History II3
Total Hours12

Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree Program

A B.F.A. portfolio admission review is required of all students seeking admission to the B.F.A. degree program. To qualify for the review students must:

  1. have a minimum cumulative GPA in Art of 3.00, and an overall cumulative GPA of 2.75,
  2. complete the Foundations Sequence,
  3. have completed or be completing in the semester of application 6 hours of studio distribution,
  4. be enrolled in or have completed a second semester in the selected area of Studio Concentration  (students electing a drawing concentration must be enrolled in or have completed a third semester of drawing beyond Drawing II),
  5. complete the B.F.A. Admission Application, and 6) submit a portfolio of art work for review. Students may reapply for admission to the B.F.A. program.

Art Major: Studio B.F.A.

The Art Major: Studio B.F.A. requires a minimum of 130 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 130 hours.

Foundations Sequence
ART 1011 (600:018)Drawing I3
ART 1022 (600:019)Drawing II3
ART 1222 (600:026)Two-Dimensional Concepts3
ART 1333 (600:027)Three-Dimensional Concepts3
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)Survey of Art History I3
ARTHIST 1222 (600:041)Survey of Art History II3
Studio Distribution *12
Group 1: 2-D studio distribution (select two of the following)
Graphic Design I
Painting I
Creative Photography I
Printmaking I: Strategies
Group 2: 3-D studio distribution (select two of the following)
Ceramics I
Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing I
Performance Art I
Sculpture I
Studio Distribution plus: choose one course from the following:3
Ceramics II
Graphic Design II
Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing II
Painting II
Performance Art II
Creative Photography II
Printmaking II: Applications
Sculpture II
History of Art Distribution9
Choose any three 4000-level ARTHIST courses.
B.F.A courses
B.F.A. portfolio admission review
ART 4010/5010 (600:194g)Professional Practices3
ART 4300/5300 (600:192g)Seminar: Critical Issues in Contemporary Art3
ART 4400 (600:189)B.F.A. Exhibition
Courses in Studio Concentration
Five courses in studio concentration15
Five courses in any one of the following studio areas: ceramics, drawing (excluding Drawing I and Drawing II), graphic design, jewelry design and metalsmithing, painting, performance art, photography, printmaking, or sculpture.
ART 4111 (600:196)B.F.A. Project I3
ART 4222 (600:197)B.F.A. Project II3
Art Electives **9
Total Hours78

*

All studio distribution courses must be taken outside the student's studio concentration.

**

Courses chosen from studio, art history, or art education. Courses used in other categories cannot count toward these hours.

As a graduation requirement, each B.F.A. candidate must complete a concentration of no less than 21 semester hours in any one of the following studio areas: ceramics, drawing (excluding Drawing I and Drawing II), graphic design, jewelry design and metalsmithing, painting, performance art, photography, printmaking, or sculpture.

The B.F.A. Exhibition ART 4400 (600:189) serves as the exit requirement for this degree program.

Bachelor of Arts Degree Programs

Art Major-Studio Emphasis

The B.A. Art-Studio Emphasis major requires a minimum of 120 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 120 hours.

Foundations Sequence
ART 1011 (600:018)Drawing I3
ART 1022 (600:019)Drawing II3
ART 1222 (600:026)Two-Dimensional Concepts3
ART 1333 (600:027)Three-Dimensional Concepts3
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)Survey of Art History I3
ARTHIST 1222 (600:041)Survey of Art History II3
Studio Distribution *6
Group 1: 2-D studio distribution (select one of the following)
Graphic Design I
Painting I
Creative Photography I
Printmaking I: Strategies
Group 2: 3-D studio distribution (select one of the following)
Ceramics I
Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing I
Performance Art I
Sculpture I
Studio distribution plus choose one course from the following3
Ceramics II
Graphic Design II
Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing II
Painting II
Performance Art II
Creative Photography II
Printmaking II: Applications
Sculpture II
Art History Distribution6
Choose two courses from any 4000-level ARTHIST courses
Studio Concentration **12
Studio Electives3
Total Hours48

*

All studio distribution requirements must be taken outside the student's area of concentration.

**

12 hours in any one of the following areas: ceramics, drawing (excluding Drawing I and Drawing II), graphic design, jewelry design and metalsmithing, painting, performance art, photography, printmaking, or sculpture.
Studio courses used to fulfill the studio distribution requirement cannot be used to fulfill requirements in the studio concentration.

Art Major-Art History Emphasis

The B.A. Art-Art History Emphasis major requires a minimum of 120 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 120 hours.

Foundations Sequence
ART 1011 (600:018)Drawing I3
ART 1022 (600:019)Drawing II3
ART 1222 (600:026)Two-Dimensional Concepts3
ART 1333 (600:027)Three-Dimensional Concepts3
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)Survey of Art History I3
ARTHIST 1222 (600:041)Survey of Art History II3
Studio Distribution6
Group 1: 2-D studio distribution (select one of the following)
Graphic Design I
Painting I
Creative Photography I
Printmaking I: Strategies
Group 2: 3-D studio distribution (select one of the following)
Ceramics I
Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing I
Performance Art I
Sculpture I
Art History Distribution6
Group 1: Select one of the following:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Ancient Egyptian Art
Art History Ancient Greek
Ancient Roman Art
Medieval Art
Myth and Narrative in Art
Group 2: Select one of the following:
Italian Renaissance Art
Northern Renaissance Art
17th and 18th Century Art
19th Century Western Art
Early 20th Century Art
Late 20th Century and Contemporary Art
Art History in Non-Western Cultures3
Select one of the following:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Ancient Egyptian Art
Asian Art
Indian Art
Japanese Art
Chinese Art
ARTHIST 4000/5000 (600:138g)Research Methods and Writing in Art History3
Art History Concentration9
At least three courses from the aforementioned art history Group 1 or Group 2 *
Art History Electives6
A minimum of two courses from the above listing of art history courses and/or:
History of Photography
History of Design
History of Performance Art
Myth and Narrative in Art
Art History Seminar
Foreign Language (in addition to the foreign language competency requirement)6-10
Total Hours57-61

*

Art history courses used to fulfill the art history distribution requirement cannot be used to fulfill requirements in the art history concentration.

Students electing an emphasis in Art History must also complete four college-level semesters of a foreign language.

Art Education Major-Teaching

The Art Education-Teaching major requires a minimum of 127 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements, the Professional Education Requirements, and the following specified major requirements, to complete the minimum of 127 hours.

Foundations Sequence
ART 1011 (600:018)Drawing I3
ART 1022 (600:019)Drawing II3
ART 1222 (600:026)Two-Dimensional Concepts3
ART 1333 (600:027)Three-Dimensional Concepts3
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)Survey of Art History I3
ARTHIST 1222 (600:041)Survey of Art History II3
Studio Distribution12
Group 1: 2-D studio distribution (select two of the following)
Graphic Design I
Painting I
Creative Photography I
Printmaking I: Strategies
Group 2: 3-D studio distribution (select two of the following)
Ceramics I
Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing I
Performance Art I
Sculpture I
Art History Distribution6
choose two courses from any 4000-level ARTHIST courses
Professional Methods Courses *
ARTED 2500 (600:091)Foundations in Art Education2
ARTED 2600 (600:092)Methods in Elementary Art Education3
ARTED 3505 (600:119)Methods in Secondary Art Education3
ARTED 4500 (600:121)Issues and Theories in Art Education2
Art Concentration **6
Total Hours52

*

Completion of these courses will satisfy INSTTECH 1020 (240:020) of the Professional Education Requirements.

**

 Courses used to fulfill the Art concentration may not be used to fulfill other requirements in this degree.

Art Education majors must choose an area of concentration in either Studio or Art History. An Art History concentration consists of two 4000-level ARTHIST courses not used to fulfill the art history distribution requirement. A concentration in Studio consists of two 3000 level in a single area (ceramics, drawing, graphic design, jewelry design & metalsmithing, painting, performance art, photography, printmaking or sculpture) not used to fulfill the studio distribution requirement.

Graphic Design Major

The Graphic Design major requires a minimum of 120 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements,  and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 120 hours.

Foundations Sequence
ART 1011 (600:018)Drawing I3
ART 1022 (600:019)Drawing II3
ART 1222 (600:026)Two-Dimensional Concepts3
ART 1333 (600:027)Three-Dimensional Concepts3
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)Survey of Art History I3
ARTHIST 1222 (600:041)Survey of Art History II3
Studio Distribution6
Group 1: 2-D studio distribution (select one of the following)
Painting I
Creative Photography I
Printmaking I: Strategies
Group 2: 3-D studio distribution (select one of the following)
Ceramics I
Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing I
Performance Art I
Sculpture I
Select one course from the following3
Ceramics II
Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing II
Painting II
Performance Art II
Creative Photography II
Printmaking II: Applications
Sculpture II
All studio distribution courses must be taken outside the student's area of concentration.
Art History Distribution6
choose two courses from any 4000-level ARTHIST courses.
Art:6
Graphic Design I
Graphic Design II
Graphic Design Concentration (select two courses from the following major electives):6
Graphic Design: Identity System Design
Graphic Design: Digital Image Design
Graphic Design: Typography
Graphic Design: Publication Design
Graphic Design: Motion Graphics
Graphic Design: Web and Interactive Design
Graphic Design: Book Structures
Graphic Design: Portfolio Preparation
Studio elective3
Total Hours48

 

Minors

Art Minor

Foundations Sequence
ART 1011 (600:018)Drawing I3
ART 1222 (600:026)Two-Dimensional Concepts3
ART 1333 (600:027)Three-Dimensional Concepts3
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)Survey of Art History I3
or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041) Survey of Art History II
Art Studio Electives (listed below) 9
Drawing II
Ceramics I
Graphic Design I
Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing I
Painting I
Performance Art I
Creative Photography I
Printmaking I: Strategies
Sculpture I
Drawing III
Life Drawing
Ceramics II
Graphic Design II
Graphic Design: Identity System Design
Graphic Design: Typography
Graphic Design: Publication Design
Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing II
Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing III
Painting II
Painting III
Performance Art II
Performance Art III
Creative Photography II
Creative Photography III
Color Photography
Printmaking II: Applications
Printmaking III: Directions
Sculpture II
Sculpture III
Undergraduate Studio
Total Hours21

Art History Minor

Foundations Art History
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)Survey of Art History I3
ARTHIST 1222 (600:041)Survey of Art History II3
Foundations Studio
ART 1011 (600:018)Drawing I3
ART 1222 (600:026)Two-Dimensional Concepts3
or ART 1333 (600:027) Three-Dimensional Concepts
Art History9
Select three of the following:
Research Methods and Writing in Art History
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Ancient Egyptian Art
Art History Ancient Greek
Ancient Roman Art
Medieval Art
Italian Renaissance Art
Northern Renaissance Art
17th and 18th Century Art
19th Century Western Art
History of Photography
History of Design
Early 20th Century Art
History of Performance Art
Late 20th Century and Contemporary Art
Asian Art
Indian Art
Japanese Art
Chinese Art
Myth and Narrative in Art
Art History Seminar
Total Hours21

Master of Arts Degree Programs

Major in Art Education

Students interested in this program must submit a completed Application for Admission to Graduate Study.  Applicants should contact the Department of Art for other admission requirements.  Graduate information and application for graduate admission can be found atwww.grad.uni.edu/admission.

The Graduate Record Examination (General Test) is required for admission to the program.

Applicants must have a B.A. in Art Education.  Applicants with a B.A. in Art History, or B.A. or B.F.A. in Studio Art, must also have teaching certification.  Qualified applicants are admitted by the Graduate Faculty Admissions Committee following selective review of prior academic achievement: writing samples, a portfolio of personal art work and work by the applicant’s students.  Specific information regarding portfolio preparation is available from the Department of Art.

Only graduate courses (course numbers 5000 or above) will apply to a graduate degree, even if the undergraduate course number (4999 or less) is listed.  No exceptions will be made.

Each student must complete a minimum of 30 semester hours.  This major has a written or a project-based thesis requirement.  Projects must focus on issues germane to K-12 teaching and be documented by a thorough thesis description paper. A minimum of 15 semester hours of 200/6000-level course work is required.

All degree candidates are required to pass a formal Comprehensive Review in partial fulfillment of the Master of Arts degree requirements.

Required:
ARTED 6500 (600:295)Seminar in Teaching Art *9
ART 4300/5300 (600:192g)Seminar: Critical Issues in Contemporary Art3
Select one of the following:3
Professional Practices
Seminar: Critical Issues in Contemporary Art **
Research Methods and Writing in Art History
Graduate level Art History (numbered 5000-level or above)6
ART 6299 (600:299)Research6
Graduate-level electives (approved by the Chair of Graduate Studies, Department of Art)3
Total Hours30

*

Must be repeated for a total of 9 hours.

**

May be taken twice.

 

B.F.A. Degree - Art: Studio B.F.A. Major (Major Code 605)

   

Freshman
FallHoursSpringHours
ART 1011 (600:018)3Liberal Arts Core6
ART 1222 (600:026)3ART 1022 (600:019)3
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)3ART 1333 (600:027)3
Liberal Arts Core6ARTHIST 1222 (600:041)3
 15 15
Sophomore
FallHoursSpringHours
3-D Distribution Course32-D Distribution Course3
Liberal Arts Core6Liberal Arts Core9
Studio Concentration Course I 3Studio Concentration Course 23
2-D Distribution Course33-D Distribution Course3
 15 18
Junior
FallHoursSpringHours
Liberal Arts Core9Studio Distribution Plus3
Art History Distribution I 3Art History Distribution 23
Studio Concentration 33Liberal Arts Core6
 Sem Critical Issues Contemporary Art3
 Studio Concentration 43
 15 18
Senior
FallHoursSpringHours
Art Elective3BFA Project II3
Liberal Arts Core3BFA Exhibition0
Art History Distribution 33Professional Practices3
BFA Project I 3University Electives6
University Elective2Art Electives6
Studio Concentration 53 
 17 18
Total credit hours: 131

 

B.A. Degree - Art Teaching Major (Major Code 600)

  

Freshman
FallHoursSpringHours
ART 1011 (600:018)3Liberal Arts Core6
ART 1022 (600:019)3ART 1022 (600:019) (Drawing II )3
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)3ART 1333 (600:027)3
Liberal Arts Core6ARTHIST 1222 (600:041)3
 15 15
Sophomore
FallHoursSpringHours
2-D Distribution Course33-D Distribution Course3
Liberal Arts Core 9Liberal Arts Core 12
EDPSYCH 2017 (200:017)1SPED 3150 (220:150)2
EDPSYCH 2030 (200:030)3 
 16 17
Junior
FallHoursSpringHours
Studio Concentration3History of Art Distribution3
Liberal Arts Core6Liberal Arts Core6
History of Art Distribution3ARTED 2600 (600:092)3
ARTED 2500 (600:091)2MEASRES 3150 (250:150)2
EDPSYCH 3128 (200:128)1SOCFOUND 3119 (260:119)3
EDPSYCH 3148 (200:148)3 
 18 17
Senior
FallHoursSpringHours
Studio Concentration3Student Teaching12
Liberal Arts Core3 
ARTED 3505 (600:119)3 
ARTED 4500 (600:121)3 
TEACHING 4170/5170 (280:170g)3 
 15 12
Total credit hours: 125

 

B.A. Degree - Art: History Emphasis Major (Major Code 60H)

  

Freshman
FallHoursSpringHours
ART 1011 (600:018)3Liberal Arts Core6
ART 1222 (600:026)3ART 1022 (600:019)3
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)3ART 1333 (600:027)3
Liberal Arts Core6ARTHIST 1222 (600:041)3
 15 15
Sophomore
FallHoursSpringHours
Group I Art History3Group II Art History Distribution3
Liberal Arts Core6Liberal Arts Core6
University Elective3University Elective3
2-D Distribution Course33-D Distribution Course3
 15 15
Junior
FallHoursSpringHours
Art History Concentration3Art History/ Non-Western3
Liberal Arts Core6Liberal Arts Core6
University Elective3University Electives3
ARTHIST 4000/5000 (600:138g)3Art History Concentration3
 15 15
Senior
FallHoursSpringHours
Art History Elective3Liberal Arts Core3
Liberal Arts Core6University Elective9
University Elective3Art History Elective3
Art History Concentration3 
 15 15
Total credit hours: 120

B.A. Degree - Art: Studio Emphasis Major (Major Code 60S)

  

Freshman
FallHoursSpringHours
ART 1011 (600:018)3Liberal Arts Core6
ART 1222 (600:026)3ART 1022 (600:019)3
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)3ART 1333 (600:027)3
Liberal Arts Core6ARTHIST 1222 (600:041)3
 15 15
Sophomore
FallHoursSpringHours
Liberal Arts Core9Liberal Arts Core6
University Elective3University Electives6
2-D Distribution Course33-D Distribution Course3
 15 15
Junior
FallHoursSpringHours
Studio Distribution Plus3Art History Distribution3
Liberal Arts Core6Liberal Arts Core6
University Elective 3University Elective3
Studio Concentration3Studio Concentration3
 15 15
Senior
FallHoursSpringHours
Art Elective3Liberal Arts Core6
Liberal Arts Core3University Electives7
Art History Distribution3Studio Concentration3
University Elective3 
Studio Concentration3 
 15 16
Total credit hours: 121

B.A. Degree - Graphic Design Major (Major Code 60D)

  

Freshman
FallHoursSpringHours
ART 1011 (600:018)3LAC6
ART 1222 (600:026)3ART 1022 (600:019)3
ARTHIST 1111 (600:040)3ART 1333 (600:027)3
LAC6ARTHIST 1222 (600:041)3
 15 15
Sophomore
FallHoursSpringHours
LAC9LAC9
2-D Distribution Course33-D Distribution Course3
ART 2030 (600:025)3ART 3030 (600:125)3
 15 15
Junior
FallHoursSpringHours
LAC6Art Studio Distribution Plus3
University Electives6LAC3
Graphic Design Course3University Elective6
 Graphic Design Course3
 15 15
Senior
FallHoursSpringHours
LAC6Art History Course3
University Electives6University Electives9
Art History Course3Art Elective3
 15 15
Total credit hours: 120

 

Art Education Courses

ARTED 1500 (600:090). Fine Arts Practices in the Classroom: Art — 2 hrs.

For elementary education majors with little or no experience in art. Study of psychological and artistic growth of elementary school student with emphasis on creativity and curricular development. Credit cannot be applied toward majors in Art. (Variable)

ARTED 2500 (600:091). Foundations in Art Education — 2 hrs.

Introduction to the history and practice of teaching art; cognitive development of children as related to aesthetic production and understanding; curricular development and assessment. Prerequisite(s): Foundations Sequence. Corequisite(s): Level I in the Professional Education Requirements, or consent of instructor. (Variable)

ARTED 2600 (600:092). Methods in Elementary Art Education — 3 hrs.

Comprehensive lesson development and classroom management for K-8 settings. Topics include budgeting, assessment, communication techniques, cultural sensitivity, and special needs. Includes field experience. Prerequisite(s): ARTED 2500 (600:091); full admission to Teacher Education Program. (Variable)

ARTED 3505 (600:119). Methods in Secondary Art Education — 3 hrs.

Comprehensive lesson development for grades 5-12. Topics include technology and alternative teaching tools, age appropriate materials and lessons in classroom safety and secondary social issues. Requires 30 hours field experience. Prerequisite(s): ARTED 2500 (600:091); ARTED 2600 (600:092). Corequisite(s): Level II of Professional Education Requirements, or consent of instructor. (Variable)

ARTED 4500 (600:121). Issues and Theories in Art Education — 2 hrs.

Study and discussion of social and political currents in the field. Exploration of the role of art and the educator within schools. Resume and portfolio preparation. Prerequisite(s): ARTED 3505 (600:119). (Variable)

ARTED 6500 (600:295). Seminar in Teaching Art — 3 hrs.

Exploration of various topics in art education. Special emphasis on teaching and learning theories, media and methods. Satisfies special methods elective for the professional core. Required to be repeated for a maximum of 9 hours. (Variable)

Art History Courses

ARTHIST 1004 (600:004). Visual Perceptions — 3 hrs.

For non-Art majors. Lecture course: experiences in critical responses to the visual arts through analyses of artworks and artistic processes; relationship of the visual arts to other fields of human endeavor. (Fall, Spring)

ARTHIST 1111 (600:040). Survey of Art History I — 3 hrs.

Introduction to history of art; Ancient through Medieval. (Fall, Spring)

ARTHIST 1222 (600:041). Survey of Art History II — 3 hrs.

Introduction to history of art; Renaissance through Modern. (Fall, Spring)

ARTHIST 4000/5000 (600:138g). Research Methods and Writing in Art History — 3 hrs.

Introduction to research methods and writing in art history. Cannot be used to satisfy art history requirements in the studio or art education emphases. Prerequisite(s): completion of Foundations Sequence; junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4002/5002 (600:139g). Ancient Near Eastern Art — 3 hrs.

Examination of various developments in the Ancient Near East (e.g., Mesopotamia, Anatolia, and the Levant), from formative periods to first millennium, primarily through art and architecture. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisites for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisites for non-art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4010/5010 (600:140g). Ancient Egyptian Art — 3 hrs.

Examination of Egyptian culture from early phases of Pre-Dynastic to first millennium, primarily through art and architecture. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisites for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisites for non-art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4020/5020 (600:141g). Art History Ancient Greek — 3 hrs.

Examination of various developments in the Greek world from Bronze Age through Hellenistic Period, primarily through art and architecture.
Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art history minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4030/5030 (600:143g). Ancient Roman Art — 3 hrs.

Examination of various developments in the Roman world, from Etruscan through Roman Imperial, primarily through art and architecture. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4040/5040 (600:145g). Medieval Art — 3 hrs.

Examination of various developments in Europe and Western Asia from Late Roman through Gothic, primarily through art and architecture. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4300/5300 (600:142g). Italian Renaissance Art — 3 hrs.

History of 14th, 15th, and 16th century Italian art. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisites for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4302/5302 (600:148g). Northern Renaissance Art — 3 hrs.

Examination of Northern European art from the 14th-16th centuries. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4310/5310 (600:144g). 17th and 18th Century Art — 3 hrs.

History of Western art of the 17th and 18th centuries and the visual culture of the period. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4320/5320 (600:146g). 19th Century Western Art — 3 hrs.

History of the art, architecture and visual culture of Europe and the United States from the late 18th century to the end of the 19th century. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4322/5322 (600:153g). History of Photography — 3 hrs.

Survey of history and evolution of photography since its invention in 1839 to present day. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisites for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisites for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4340/5340 (600:154g). History of Design — 3 hrs.

Overview of European and American design since 1850. Primary emphasis on graphic design, with secondary focus on architectural and industrial design. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisites for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisites for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4350/5350 (600:151g). Early 20th Century Art — 3 hrs.

History of art, architecture and visual culture in Europe and the United States from the late 19th century to mid-20th century. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4352/5352. History of Performance Art — 3 hrs.

An examination of action based visual art in the 20th and 21st centuries produced by artists in Europe, the United States and Asia. Prerequisite(s): For Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite for non-Art major: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4362/5362 (600:152g). Late 20th Century and Contemporary Art — 3 hrs.

A topics-based exploration of global art, architecture and visual culture produced since 1945. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4600/5600 (600:147g). Asian Art — 3 hrs.

Introduction to the arts of India, Southeast Asia, China, and Japan. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing.  Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors and minors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4602/5602 (600:149g). Indian Art — 3 hrs.

Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4604/5604 (600:150g). Japanese Art — 3 hrs.

Examination of art and culture of Japan from Neolithic through Tokugawa periods. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4606/5606 (600:156g). Chinese Art — 3 hrs.

Examination of art and culture of China from Neolithic Period through Qing Dynasty. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4900/5900 (600:155g). Myth and Narrative in Art — 3 hrs.

Investigates depictions/translations of myth and narrative in art from ancient to modern times, exploring such concepts as time, story, episode, storyteller, viewer, and metaphor. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and Art History minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for Art Studio minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040) or ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing. (Variable)

ARTHIST 4999/5999 (600:191g). Art History Seminar — 3 hrs.

Focused investigation on topic or topics related to a specific area or time covered in general art history courses. Prerequisite(s): for Art majors and minors: ARTHIST 1111 (600:040); ARTHIST 1222 (600:041); three 100/3000/4000-level art history courses; junior standing; consent of instructor. Prerequisite(s) for non-Art majors: junior standing; consent of instructor. (Variable)

Art Studio Courses

ART 1002 (600:002). Visual Inventions — 3 hrs.

For non-Art majors. Studio course: experiences in critical responses to the visual arts through active involvement with various creative processes and media; relationship of the visual arts to other fields of human endeavor. (Variable)

ART 1011 (600:018). Drawing I — 3 hrs.

Emphasis on growth in perception of visual form. Range of materials and subject matter. (Fall, Spring)

ART 1022 (600:019). Drawing II — 3 hrs.

Continuation of ART 1011 (600:018) with greater emphasis upon self-direction. Prerequisite(s): ART 1011 (600:018). (Fall, Spring)

ART 1222 (600:026). Two-Dimensional Concepts — 3 hrs.

Beginning experiences in conceiving and making in two dimensions; emphasis on interaction between work and idea, skills in art making, and common vocabulary of art. (Fall, Spring)

ART 1333 (600:027). Three-Dimensional Concepts — 3 hrs.

Beginning experiences in conceiving and making in three dimensions; emphasis on interaction between work and idea, skills in art making, and common vocabulary of art. (Fall, Spring)

ART 2020 (600:050). Ceramics I — 3 hrs.

Introduction to basic techniques for forming and finishing ceramic objects. Development of handbuilding and wheelthrowing skills contributing to creative exploration. Assignments directed toward understanding both functional and sculptural aesthetic concerns. Prerequisite(s): Art majors/minors must complete the Foundations Sequence. (Fall, Spring)

ART 2030 (600:025). Graphic Design I — 3 hrs.

Introduction to design-based problem-solving through lectures, projects, and critiques. Emphases on typography, layout, and images, with extensive computer use. Prerequisite(s): Art majors/minors must complete the Foundations Sequence. (Fall, Spring)

ART 2040 (600:074). Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing I — 3 hrs.

Introduction to basic metalsmithing techniques for fabricating jewelry and objects from non-ferrous metals. Emphasis on design process and idea development. Prerequisite(s): Art majors/minors must complete the Foundations Sequence. (Fall, Spring)

ART 2050 (600:080). Painting I — 3 hrs.

Experience in various painting media. Prerequisite(s): Art majors/minors must complete the Foundations Sequence. (Fall, Spring)

ART 2060 (600:060). Performance Art I — 3 hrs.

Emphasis on action over object production; exploration of interdisciplinary art making in real space and time as means of creative expression; examination of various approaches to performance including Dada, Fluxus, Japanese Butoh, and Conceptualism. Prerequisite(s): Art majors/minors must complete the Foundations Sequence. (Fall, Spring)

ART 2070 (600:032). Creative Photography I — 3 hrs.

Introduction to use of photography as a means of creative expression. Basic film camera operations, black and white film processing, and printing. Assignments are directed toward acquisition of skills basic to an understanding of photographic language.  Camera required. Prerequisite(s): Art majors/minors must complete the Foundations Sequence. (Fall, Spring)

ART 2080. Printmaking I: Strategies — 3 hrs.

Introduction to fine art print processes (digital, relief and intaglio) using contemporary formats such as zines, stenciling, large-scale prints; and collaboration. Prerequisite(s): Art majors/minors must complete the Foundations Sequence. (Fall, Spring)

ART 2082 (600:034). Printmaking: Screenprint — 3 hrs.

Introduction to screenprinting processes. Prerequisite(s): Art majors/minors must complete the Foundations Sequence. (Variable)

ART 2083 (600:035). Printmaking: Relief Processes — 3 hrs.

Beginning experiences in fine art printmaking, concentrating on relief processes including woodcut. Prerequisite(s): Art majors/minors must complete the Foundations Sequence. (Variable)

ART 2090 (600:037). Sculpture I — 3 hrs.

Introduction to essential methods and materials of sculpture, including modeling, carving, casting, and metal and wood fabrication techniques. Prerequisite(s): Art majors/minors must complete the Foundations Sequence. (Fall, Spring)

ART 3001 (600:118). Drawing III — 3 hrs.

Prerequisite(s): ART 1022 (600:019) or ART 3011 (600:111). (Variable)

ART 3011 (600:111). Life Drawing — 3 hrs.

Drawing from model using variety of media. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): ART 1022 (600:019). (Variable)

ART 3020 (600:161). Ceramics II — 3 hrs.

Continuation of ART 2020 (600:050) with further development of student's understanding of firing techniques and formulation of clay and glazes. Prerequisite(s): ART 2020 (600:050). (Fall, Spring)

ART 3022 (600:172). Ceramics III — 3 hrs.

Focused exploration of lowfire, mid-temperature, and highfire ceramics techniques. Emphasis on development of individual's ideas and direction, and relating personal aesthetic concerns to historical and contemporary work. Prerequisite(s): ART 3020 (600:161). (Fall, Spring)

ART 3023/5023 (600:171g). Ceramic Raw Materials and Glaze Calculations — 3 hrs.

In-depth understanding of origins and use of ceramic materials in making art. Development of clay bodies and formulation of glazes. Discussion of health and safety concerns when using ceramic materials in studio or classroom. Prerequisite(s): ART 3020 (600:161); junior standing. (Variable)

ART 3030 (600:125). Graphic Design II — 3 hrs.

Intensified exploration of design-based problem solving through lectures, projects and critiques, with emphases on type, imagery, and layout. Involves extensive computer use. Prerequisite(s): ART 2030 (600:025). (Fall, Spring)

ART 3031 (600:126). Graphic Design: Identity System Design — 3 hrs.

Intensive overview of the design of identity systems (such as integrated marketing systems), including logos or symbols, letterheads, packaging, signage and other applications.  Involves extensive computer use. Prerequisite(s): ART 3030 (600:125). (Variable)

ART 3032 (600:128). Graphic Design: Digital Image Design — 3 hrs.

Lectures, problems and critiques in the development and use of pictorial imagery for use in the context of graphic design, both print and web. May include a wide range of digital techniques, such as montage, photography and animation. Involves extensive computer use. Prerequisite(s): ART 3030 (600:125). (Variable)

ART 3033 (600:129). Graphic Design: Typography — 3 hrs.

In-depth study of issues in typography through lectures, problems, and critiques, with extensive computer use. Includes type selection, typesetting, and page layout, from historic, technical, and esthetic perspectives. Prerequisite(s): ART 3030 (600:125). (Variable)

ART 3034 (600:127). Graphic Design: Publication Design — 3 hrs.

Studio problems in publication design; relevant grid, text and page formatting models addressed (classical, asymmetrical, and hybrid). Research and analysis of contemporary examples. Integration of typography and image in books and magazines. Prerequisite(s): ART 3030 (600:125). (Variable)

ART 3035 (600:182). Graphic Design: Motion Graphics — 3 hrs.

Experiential problems in the planning, design and refinement of digitally animated productions, using type, imagery, sound, and other components. Involves extensive computer use. Prerequisite(s): ART 3030 (600:125). (Variable)

ART 3036 (600:181). Graphic Design: Web and Interactive Design — 3 hrs.

Lectures, problems and critiques on organizing, designing, and constructing web-based interfaces, with emphasis on e-commerce. Includes information architecture, navigation methods, and other aspects of interactive digital forms. Prerequisite(s): ART 3030 (600:125). (Variable)

ART 3037 (600:183). Graphic Design: Book Structures — 3 hrs.

Lectures, problems and critiques on the invention and construction of innovative handmade book structures. Considers the content, form, and function of books. Prerequisite(s): ART 3030 (600:125) or consent of instructor. (Variable)

ART 3038 (600:184). Graphic Design: Portfolio Preparation — 3 hrs.

Advanced problems in organizing and presenting a graphic design portfolio in anticipation of professional interviews.  Addresses self-assessment, portfolio structure and sequence. Prerequisite(s): ART 3030 (600:125), and two additional 100/3000/4000-level graphic design studio courses. (Variable)

ART 3040 (600:124). Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing II — 3 hrs.

Forming techniques with emphasis on exploration of the elastic properties of metal. History and issues of contemporary jewelry and metalsmithing investigated through class discussion and assignments to advance the development of individual ideas and directions. Prerequisite(s): ART 2040 (600:074). (Fall, Spring)

ART 3044 (600:170). Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing III — 3 hrs.

Study of advanced metalsmithing techniques for the creation of jewelry, functional objects, and small sculpture. Emphasis on critical awareness of contemporary issues in metalsmithing, especially as related to interests and direction of the individual. Prerequisite(s): ART 3040 (600:124). (Fall, Spring)

ART 3050 (600:162). Painting II — 3 hrs.

Continuation of ART 2050 (600:080) with greater emphasis upon self-direction. Prerequisite(s): ART 2050 (600:080). (Fall, Spring)

ART 3055 (600:180). Painting III — 3 hrs.

Prerequisite(s): ART 3050 (600:162). (Fall, Spring)

ART 3060 (600:163). Performance Art II — 3 hrs.

Exploration of action-based artmaking with emphasis placed on site specific and durational works. Discussion of relationships between artist and audience, as well as the introduction of basic digital video editing. Prerequisite(s): ART 2060 (600:060); junior standing. (Fall, Spring)

ART 3066/5066 (600:173g). Performance Art III — 3 hrs.

Focused exploration of action-based art with greater emphasis on self-direction. Directed study of contemporary time-based artwork. Strategies of live art documentation and development of a performance portfolio. Prerequisite(s): ART 3060 (600:163); junior standing. (Fall, Spring)

ART 3070 (600:130). Creative Photography II — 3 hrs.

Introduction to use of various format professional film cameras (provided by the department) and fiber based photographic paper in order to further develop and explore a personal direction. Prerequisite(s): ART 2070 (600:032) or equivalent. (Fall, Spring)

ART 3077 (600:131). Creative Photography III — 3 hrs.

Further exploration of professional fine art photography with an emphasis on photographic lighting. Additional emphasis on critical theory. Prerequisite(s): ART 3070 (600:130). (Fall, Spring)

ART 3078 (600:132). Color Photography — 3 hrs.

Introduction to working with color photographic materials and processes including color negative films (Process C-41), negative printing papers, as well as color digital processes. Prerequisite(s): ART 3070 (600:130). (Variable)

ART 3080 (600:134). Printmaking II: Applications — 3 hrs.

Intermediate exposure to fine art print processes (digital, screenprint, and lithography) with emphasis on contemporary applications involving artists' books, wearable and street art formats. Prerequisite(s): ART 2080. (Fall, Spring)

ART 3082 (600:136). Printmaking: Photo and Computer Processes — 3 hrs.

Experimentation with use of photo techniques and computer technology in various processes of printmaking. No photo experience necessary. Prerequisite(s): ART 3080 (600:134). (Variable)

ART 3088 (600:174). Printmaking III: Directions — 3 hrs.

Advanced use of fine art print processes (digital, relief, intaglio, screenprint, lithography and related technologies) emphasizing the use of color printmaking techniques and individual creative direction. Prerequisite(s): ART 3080 (600:134). (Fall, Spring)

ART 3090 (600:137). Sculpture II — 3 hrs.

Exploration of contemporary issues in sculpture through materials and processes selected by the individual. Emphasis on understanding interrelationships between specific concepts, forms, and materials. Prerequisite(s): ART 2090 (600:037). (Fall, Spring)

ART 3099 (600:177). Sculpture III — 3 hrs.

Focused exploration of concepts and media which reflect interests of student. Emphasis on developing a personal aesthetic and conceptual and critical base for continued work. Prerequisite(s): ART 3090 (600:137). (Fall, Spring)

ART 4000 (600:175). Undergraduate Studio — 1-6 hrs.

Advanced study in studio area: Ceramics, Drawing, Jewelry Design & Metalsmithing, Painting, Performance Art, Photography, Printmaking, or Sculpture. Credit to be determined by instructor at registration. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): 9 hours in chosen area; consent of instructor. (Fall, Spring)

ART 4010/5010 (600:194g). Professional Practices — 3 hrs.

Career preparation for the contemporary visual artist, designer, art educator, or art historian; preparation for graduate school, and professional roles and responsibilities. Prerequisite(s): junior standing. (Fall, Spring)

ART 4111 (600:196). B.F.A. Project I — 3 hrs.

Investigation of individual concepts and techniques in studio preparation for Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition. Prerequisite(s): admission to B.F.A. program; senior standing; consent of instructor. (Fall, Spring)

ART 4198 (600:198). Independent Study.

Students of outstanding ability are allowed to write a proposal for an independent project that cannot be done in regular university courses. A project form must be filled out with instructor and approved by the Department of Art. Prerequisite(s): Art Studio students must have completed 9 hours in their studio concentration. Art History students must have completed three upper-level art history courses; all students must have a cumulative and Art GPA of 3.00. (Fall, Spring)

ART 4222 (600:197). B.F.A. Project II — 3 hrs.

Investigation of individual concepts and techniques culminating in professional Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition. Prerequisite(s): ART 4111 (600:196); consent of instructor; B.F.A. exhibition must be scheduled concurrently. (Fall, Spring)

ART 4300/5300 (600:192g). Seminar: Critical Issues in Contemporary Art — 3 hrs.

Critical analysis and discussion of contemporary art. May be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite(s): admission to the B.F.A. degree program; junior standing; or consent of department head. (Variable)

ART 4400 (600:189). B.F.A. Exhibition.

No credit. (Fall, Spring)

ART 6297 (600:297). Practicum.

(Variable)

ART 6299 (600:299). Research.

(Fall, Spring)