Restriction(s): For non-majors. Introduction to the ways in which people have expressed themselves in the visual arts including painting, sculpture, crafts, architecture, film, photography, and graphic design explored through studio projects, reading, and gallery and museum visits. The focus will be the nature and experience of art across many cultures and its central role in our daily lives. Meets Gen Ed - Fine and Performing Arts.
The art forms (painting, sculpture, drawing, crafts) experienced through exploration of nature, found and manufactured materials. Creative experiences in studio work relating art to the student's primary area of knowledge; the part art experience can play in his life. For students with limited experience.