ART STU BG Studio: Rediscovering Cubism

Professor: Bernard Greenwald

CRN: 12140

Time: Mon 9:30 am - 12:30 pm Fisher

This is primarily a studio course whose goal will be to help students experience first hand some of the procedures, strategies and aesthetics of the Cubist movement as an aid for discovering self-realization in their own work. Students will make drawings, constructions, collages, prints and paintings. They will also become familiar with works by the great practitioners of Cubism (Picasso, Braque, Gris) and discuss the influence of the movement. There will be at least two texts, including the Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas by Gertrude Stein; and a research paper, written in two stages, will be required. Open to upper college students of art, art history majors, or, with the permission of the instructor, those students with a background in those areas.


INTARTS A Integrated Arts Workshop A, Section 1: Composition Workshop: Color

Professor: Laura Battle

CRN: 12463

Time: Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Fisher

Cross-listed: Integrated Arts
This course will combine the rigors of color analysis (Albers, Itten, Faber, Birren, etc.) with experimentation in two and three dimensions, in a variety of media.


ART STU MM Studio: Painting

Professor: Medrie MacPhee

CRN: 12142

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


ART STU WT Studio: Sculpture

Professor: William Tucker

CRN: 12143

Time: Th 9:30 am - 12:30 pm Fisher


ART STU JP Studio: Printmaking

Professor: Judy Pfaff

CRN: 12144

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


ART STU HT Studio: Cybergraphics

Professor: Hap Tivey

CRN: 12145

Time: Fri 9:30 am - 12:30 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.