ART 100 WT Foundations

Professor: W. Tucker

CRN: 11428

Distribution: F

Time: M 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm FISHER 129

An exploration of visual language through the making and study of images - photographic, drawn, printed, painted, and modeled in three dimensions. The course is open to all students and is a requirement for all prospective art majors. There is no requirement of ability or prior knowledge or experience, only a serious commitment to discovering the resources of visual art, its practice and history.


ART 100 AS Foundations

Professor: A. Sillman

CRN: 11423

Distribution: F

Time: W 9:00 am - 12:00 noon FISHER 129

This course is built upon three general parts: looking out at the world (understanding visual structures); responding from the body (drawing); creating hybrid forms (using both of the above). The goal of the class is experimentation, experience and invention. Students should expect to stretch, question and sharpen their understanding of art making rather than to re-assert what they already feel they are good at. Students will be encouraged to develop process, patience and visual/verbal language for both making art and responding to it.


ART 100 BG Foundations

Professor: B. Greenwald

CRN: 11425

Distribution: F

Time: Th 9:30 am - 12:30 pm FISHER 129

An exploration of visual language through the making and study of images - photographic, drawn, printed, painted, and modeled in three dimensions. The course is open to all students and is a requirement for all prospective art majors. There is no requirement of ability or prior knowledge or experience, only a serious commitment to discovering the resources of visual art, its practice and history.


ART 100 LB Foundations

Professor: L. Battle

CRN: 11430

Distribution: F

Time: Th 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm FISHER 129

Found images will be juxtaposed, overlayed, manipulated, deconstructed and reconstructed in order to introduce students to the profound effect that presentation, organization and medium have on meaning in a work of art. Low-tech processes such as xeroxing and transfer printing will be used. Students should begin collecting an "image bank" upon enrollment.