ANT 2310 - Native American Cultures
This course is an investigation of the cultures of pre-historic, historic and contemporary Native Americans. Topics include
critiques of representative ethnographies from each culture area and language family.
ARH 1050 - History of Art, Ancient to 1400
This course is a survey of the history and principles of Western Art through illustrated lectures with specific emphasis on
the relation of styles to cultural context.
ARH 1051 - History of Art, 1400 to Present
This course surveys the history and principles of Western Art from 1400 to the present through illustrated lectures and
discussions with specific emphasis on the relation of styles to cultural context.
ART 1300C - Beginning Drawing
Drawing as a means of visual organization. Emphasis on drawing fundamentals of proportion, perspective, composition,
etc. Subject matter varied. Pencil, charcoal, conte, pen and ink, etc. Students provide supplies.
ART 1330C - Introduction to Figure Drawing
Emphasis on drawing the human figure, both draped and undraped using a variety of drawing media-pencil, charcoal,
pen and ink, conte. Students provide supplies.
ART 1750C - Ceramics I
This course is an introduction to ceramics, a basic course in hand building, firing and glazing to provide a beginning
knowledge of clay, concentration on the stoneware range. This is the first in a sequence of skill-building courses in ceramics.
ART 1754C - Ceramics II
Prerequisites: ART 1750C CR C
This the second in a sequence of skill-building courses in ceramics, continuing the development of handbuilding clay
forms, firing and glazing, and exposure to other firing ranges. Two hours lecture, two hours studio.
ART 2001C - Creative Expressions
This course is designed for anyone seeking to develop her or his creativity. Through a series of constructed projects
students are introduced to new and unconventional as well as traditional forms of art. Students are encouraged to think
through alternative avenues of expression. Creative expression seeks to awaken students to their own creative abilities.