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Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2003

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    Art Courses

    Studio Courses

    Studio courses are arranged to give students twice as many studio hours as credits.

326-12000 Two-Dimensional Design   FA LA 3b

    A course dealing with fundamentals of design on a flat surface and providing perceptual, as well as technical, understanding of formal elements employed in producing works of art. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-12100 Three-Dimensional Design   FA LA 3b

    An introduction to the creative work process and decision making as related to the creation of three-dimensional art. Deals with basic design concepts as they relate to the realization and fabrication of three-dimensional design. 3 credits. (S,Y)

326-13000 Introduction to Drawing   FA LA 3b

    Training in perception and the imagination as they relate to drawing. Exploration of several drawing media. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-14000 Introduction to Painting   FA LA 3b

    A studio course in creative painting. Methods and materials of painting, basics of color, composition, form, and space organization. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-15000 Introduction to Sculpture   FA LA 3b

    Introductory studio course in creative sculpture. Methods and materials of sculpture; basic concepts of form, mass, and space in sculpture. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-15400 Printmaking -- Intaglio/Relief   FA LA 3b

    Workshop techniques in woodcuts and intaglio processes. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-22000 Intermediate Drawing   FA LA 3b

    Using work begun in Introduction to Drawing, this course expands into areas of drawing as an entity in itself. Continuations, refinements, and techniques, as well as an in-depth examination of varied aspects of drawing as a major art form. Prerequisites: 326-13000. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-22100 Figure Drawing   FA LA

    Consists of time-honored methods of developing drawing skills by working with the human form. Problems dealing with anatomy, movement, mass, volume, shading, and composition are covered. Prerequisites: An introductory art course. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-23000 Intermediate Painting   FA LA 3b

    Studio course continuing the experience of creative painting. Development of awareness of problems of form, space, color, and content. Painting techniques. Studies from nature and objects, as well as nonfigurative approaches. Prerequisites: 326-14000. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-25000 Intermediate Sculpture   FA LA

    Intermediate studio course in creative sculpture. Further development of concepts of form, mass, space, and content in sculpture. Traditional and nontraditional media and techniques are explored. Prerequisites: 326-15000. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-25500 Printmaking -- Silk Screen   FA LA

    An introduction to serigraphy (silk-screen) processes. Learning technical processes and their use in relationship to the philosophy of drawing and painting. Setting up problems specifically dealing with the nature of serigraphy, including photo silk screen, gels, and film. Some processes are computer generated. Prerequisites: An introductory art course. 3 credits. (F,Y)

326-25600 Printmaking -- Lithography   FA LA 3b

    An introduction to planeographic (lithography) processes. Learning technical processes and their use in relationship to the philosophy of drawing and painting. Setting up problems specifically dealing with the nature of lithography and dealing with them using the techniques of litho stones, litho plates, and photographic litho plates. Prerequisites: An introductory art course. 3 credits. (S,Y)

326-27000 Book Design   FA LA 3b

    An introduction to designing and constructing the book as an art form. Prerequisites: An introductory art course. 3 credits. (S,Y)

326-32000 Advanced Drawing   FA LA

    Study toward a high level of drawing proficiency. Drawing from the figure. Exploratory and definitive compositional drawing, figurative and nonfigurative. Prerequisites: 326-13000; 326-22000 or 326-22100. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-34000 Advanced Painting   FA LA

    Advanced problems in painting, with an emphasis placed on the creation of individual work. Aims to develop a personal aesthetic in painting. Prerequisites: 326-14000; 326-23000. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-35000 Advanced Sculpture   FA LA

    Advanced problems in sculpture, with an emphasis placed on individual expression. Aims at technical competence and the development of a personal aesthetic. Prerequisites: 326-15000; 326-25000. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-38000 Computer Art and Animation   FA LA

    An introduction to the creative use of computers as fine-arts tools, building on techniques and concepts developed in traditional two-dimensional studio coursework. This course addresses both the technical and conceptual issues of artists working with this new technology through problems specifically related to computer painting, printmaking, and animation. Prerequisites: Three studio art courses. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-39900 Independent Study   U LA

     Advanced projects under specifically directed tutelage. Projects to be arranged between instructor and students. Offered on demand only. Prerequisites: Introductory courses or permission of instructor. 1-4 credits.

326-49000, 326-49100 Senior Project   U LA

     A directed project under advisement of the faculty in the student's major area (painting, printmaking, sculpture). The aim is to develop a body of work demonstrating creative initiative. Must be taken for two semesters. Required of B.F.A. art majors. Prerequisites: Completion of 24 credits in art; senior standing; permission of instructor. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

326-49900 Independent Study   U LA

     Advanced projects for seniors under specifically directed tutelage. Projects to be arranged between instructor and student. Offered on demand only. Prerequisites: Introductory courses or permission of instructor. 1-4 credits.

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