The studio art faculty offer "Studios" (workshops) in painting, drawing, printmaking, and sculpture. In the painting and drawing Studios there may be two levels (corresponding to "Basic/Intermediate" and "Advanced"). Admission to all classes will be by portfolio, though students will be expected to have completed the foundation program. In order to achieve full circulation through this new structure, students will be strongly encouraged not to repeat with the same faculty.

ART STU AC Studio: Painting

Professor: A. Cote

CRN: 92554

Distribution: F

Time: W 9:00 am - 12:00 pm FISHER

This painting studio will concentrate on the procedure of the student's visual painting language focusing on the personal selection of subject/content with constructive decisions on formal plastic issues, scale, technical approach, and evolution to consciously realize the paintings direction and development. Outline notes with visual studies will be required for each painting and will be reviewed and discussed with the instructor. Different approaches and new areas of exploration will be encouraged.

ART STU AG Studio: Sculpture (welded steel)

Professor: A. Gibbons

CRN: 92555

Distribution: F

Time: Tu 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm FISHER

Admission by portfolio. Class limited to 7 students.

ART STU MM Studio: Drawing

Professor: M. MacPhee

CRN: 92685

Distribution: F

Time: Tu 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm FISHER

ART STU ASC Studio: Sculpture (foundry)

Professor: A. Schade

CRN: 92556

Distribution: F

Time: F 9:30 am - 12:30 pm FISHER

Admission by portfolio. Class limited to 7 students.

ART STU HT Studio: Cybergraphics

Professor: H. Tivey

CRN: 92557

Distribution: F

Time: Th 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm FISHER

Cross-listed: Integrated Arts
This 200 level art class is designed to explore methods of creating and manipulating imagery with the computer. Basic software/hardware relationships and product output techniques will be covered. Photoshop, CAD applications, plotting/printing and web pages will be taught as they apply to specific projects. Class limit 15. Enrollment will be based on qualification and motivation to utilize these skills in individual projects. Open to the whole college.