Course Level Student Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

ART V01 – ART APPRECIATION - 3 Units

  1. Identify the major periods in art history
  2. Demonstrate understanding of the visual arts

Assessment Method: Papers-Museum, Quizzes, and Exams

ART V02A – INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF WESTERN ART I - 3 Units

  1. Identify the major periods in art history from prehistoric times to the Gothic period
  2. Demonstrate understanding of the relationship between art and western society

Assessment Method:Papers-Museum, Quizzes, and Exams

ART V02B – INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF WESTERN ART II - 3 Units

  1. Identify the major periods in art history from the Renaissance to modern times
  2. Demonstrate understanding of the relationship between art and western society

Assessment Method: Papers and Exams

ART V03 – INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN AND PRE-COLUMBIAN ART - 3 Units

  1. Examine and analyze the meaning and significance of the arts of African and pre-Columbian peoples in relation to the sociological, religious, philosophical, and historical perspectives of those cultures
  2. Identify and evaluate the aesthetic contributions of the African and pre-Columbian peoples

Assessment Method: Papers-Museum, Quizzes, and Exams

ART V04 – INTRODUCTION TO RENAISSANCE ART - 3 Units

  1. Analyze legal concepts
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in case law, criminal procedure updates and custodial laws
  3. Identify right to counsel and trial rights issues

Assessment Method: Writing assignments Reading assignments Tests In-class activities Discussions

ART V04 – INTRODUCTION TO RENAISSANCE ART - 3 Units

  1. Recognize and name the key figures and forces behind the development of Renaissance art
  2. Compare and contrast the art from 1400 to 1600 in Italy, Spain, Flanders and Germany

Assessment Method: Papers, Quizzes, and Exams

 ART V05 – INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN ART - 3 Units

  1. Recognize and examine the vigorous movement in the arts in America dating from the first Colonial enterprise
  2. Describe and evaluate the various styles and movements in art that the United States has experienced

Assessment Method: Papers, Quizzes, and Exams

ART V06 – INTRODUCTION TO MODERN ART - 3 Units

  1. Identify and discuss the major movements and artists of the modern period
  2. Illustrate the influences of European art on American art during the modern era

Assessment Method: Papers, Quizzes, and Exams

ART V07 - INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN IN THE ARTS - 3 Units

  1. Identify the important women throughout history
  2. Describe and analyze the contributions and achievements of women artists

Assessment Method: Papers, Quizzes, and Exams

  ART V09 – INTRODUCTION TO MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICAN ART - 3 Units

  1. Identify the important Latin American artist throughout the modern and contemporary periods
  2. Describe and analyze the contributions and achievements of Latin American artists

Assessment Method: Papers, Quizzes, and Exams

  ART V10 – GALLERY TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT - 3 Units

  1. Recognize and translate appropriate vocabulary pertaining to art theory, art movements and connoisseurship
  2. Identify formal art issues and employ written and critical analyses of artwork
  3. Demonstrate and practice presentation and preparatory labor including hanging, signage and gallery maintenance

Assessment Method: Short papers, Reviews, and Participation in Gallery Operations

ART V11A – COLOR AND DESIGN: TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN - 3 Units

  1. Identify, define, and apply the principles of design: balance, harmony, contrast, and spatial unit
  2. Analyze these principles to create a series of design compositions based on the elements of art: line, shape, value, texture, and color

Assessment Method: Design Projects

ART V11B – COLOR AND DESIGN: COLOR THEORY AND PRACTICE - 3 Units
  1. Express and demonstrate the usage of traditional color schemes such as, monochromatic, neutral, analogous, complementary, split- complementary, triadic, and tetradic.   Compare and contrast these schemes by formulating and constructing design compositions illustrating their properties
  2. Construct color designs that demonstrate a sophisticated comprehension of the principles of design: balance, harmony, contrast, variety, repetition, movement, dominance, rhythm, and spatial relationships

Assessment Method: Design Projects

 ART V12A – DRAWING AND COMPOSITION I - 3 Units

  1. Develop the ability, through practice, to observe and record images accurately and readily in graphic form
  2. Prepare a visual grammar of image making through demonstration and practice with graphite, charcoal, ink, pastel, or other appropriate tools or materials

Assessment Method: Drawing problems, participation in critiques, and final portfolio

ART V12B – DRAWING AND COMPOSITION II - 3 Units

  1. Examine, analyze, and appraise pictorial composition through critique, demonstration, and practice, on an increasingly sophisticated level
  2. Build a broader visual grammar of image making through demonstration and practice with a variety of drawing media. Synthesize different drawing media to create mixed- media drawings

Assessment Method: Life Drawing Problems

ART V13A – LIFE DRAWING I - 3 Units

  1. Understand the basic structure of the human figure
  2. Understand the movement of the muscular-skeletal system
  3. Identify bones and muscles

Assessment Method: Life Drawing Problems

 ART V13B – LIFE DRAWING II - 3 Units

  1. Recognize and identify complex anatomical aspects of the human form and its muscular-skeletal system
  2. Represent and compose in space, the human figure using measuring techniques
  3. Create figure drawings using the laws of light, clarify and refine the use of various gesture drawing techniques

Assessment Method: Life Drawing Problems

ART V13C – LIFE DRAWING III - 3 Units

  1. Represent and compose in space, the human figure using measuring techniques
  2. Refine the use of basic measuring techniques with attention to exaggeration and alteration of form
  3. Compose and create figure drawings in various color media
  4. Prepare a figure drawing portfolio

Assessment Method: Life Drawing Problems

  ART V15A – LIFE PAINTING I - 3 Units

  1. Organize volume and mass using paint media
  2. Compose and construct structurally convincing figures

Assessment Method: Figure Paintings

  ART V15B – LIFE PAINTING II - 3 Units

  1. Recognize and translate into paint a variety of painting techniques including scumbling, impasto, oil washes, and glazing
  2. Demonstrate moderately complex spatial relationships between figures and grounds

Assessment Method: Figure Paintings

  ART V15C – LIFE PAINTING III - 3 Units

  1. Choose and express individual vision for painting the human form
  2. Evaluate and appraise figure painting of one's own and the work of other artists

Assessment Method: Figure Paintings

  ART V16A – BEGINNING OIL PAINTING I - 3 Units

  1. Practice proper techniques for the application of oil paint including under painting, glazing, scumbling, impasto and opaque brushwork
  2. Interpret with perceptual accuracy an object employing the color properties of hue, value, and intensity

Assessment Method: Painting Projects

ART V16B – BEGINNING OIL PAINTING II - 3 Units

  1. Use paint to reproduce a still life with perceptual accuracy employing value to render and to interpret with perceptual accuracy an object employing the color properties of hue, value, and intensity
  2. Recognize basic color harmonies including monochromatic, triadic, complementary, and analogous and to create one or more paintings applying color theory
  3. Analyze, evaluate and discuss a composition using the elements of design: line, shape, space, form, value, and texture, and the principles of design: rhythm, balance, variety, and unity

Assessment Method: Painting Problems

ART V16B – BEGINNING OIL PAINTING II - 3 Units

  1. Use paint to reproduce a still life with perceptual accuracy employing value to render and to interpret with perceptual accuracy an object employing the color properties of hue, value, and intensity
  2. Recognize basic color harmonies including monochromatic, triadic, complementary, and analogous and to create one or more paintings applying color theory
  3. Analyze, evaluate and discuss a composition using the elements of design: line, shape, space, form, value, and texture, and the principles of design: rhythm, balance, variety, and unity

Assessment Method: Painting Problems

ART V18A – FIGURE ILLUSTRATION I - 3 Units

  1. Practice drawing the draped figure
  2. Understand and practice the use of good composition in figure illustration
Assessment Method: Sketches, Drawings and Portfolio

ART V18B – FIGURE ILLUSTRATION II - 3 Units

  1. Identify various styles, categories and applications characteristic of contemporary Figure Illustration with emphasis on color media and related mood
  2. Organize and prepare a consistent portfolio

Assessment Method: Sketches, Drawings and Portfolio

ART V19 – THREE DIMENSIONAL DESIGN - 3 Units

  1. Recognize and identify the components, elements, and principles of design through the creation of three-dimensional projects
  2. Employ increasing skills in the manipulation of three-dimensional materials and tools

Assessment Method: Three Dimensional Project

 ARTV20A – INTERMEDIATE OIL PAINTING I - 3 Units

  1. Propose, organize, and discuss the concepts of style, form, color, composition, and content as they relate to a series of paintings.
  2. Create a series of studies which experiment with and apply methods of painting techniques for personal expression.

Assessment Method: Paintings, Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & Final Portfolio

 ARTV20B –INTERMEDIATE OIL PAINTING II- 3 Units 

  1. Compose a series of personal paintings which express and communicate content and meaning.
  2. Synthesize the painter's process of conception, execution, and evaluation.

Assessment Method: Paintings, Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & Final Portfolio

 ARTV20C – INTERMEDIATE OIL PAINTING III- 3 Units

  1. Demonstrates the ability to work on a conceptually coherent series of paintings.
  2. Practice working as a professional artist organizing and developing an artist statement, resume and proper documentation.

Assessment Method: Painting, Professional Practices, Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & Final Portfolio

ARTV25A –BEGINNING SCULPTURE I- 3 UNITS

  1. Identify and demonstrate the components and principles of design through the medium of sculpture.
  2. Differentiate between additive and subtractive methods applying them to the construction of sculpture projects.

Assessment Method: Sculpture Projects, Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & Final Portfolio

 ARTV25B – BEGINNING SCULPTURE II- 3 UNITS

  1. Demonstrate skill working in the direct method of material build-up using plaster.
  2. Apply skill in working with clay using additive and subtractive methods.
  3. Demonstrate skill in the subtractive method of stone carving and finishing.

Assessment Method: Sculpture Projects, Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & Final Portfolio

 ARTV26A – INTERMEDIATE SCULPTURE I- 3UNITS

  1. Define, identify, and demonstrate the different techniques used in subtractive methods with wood carving as the media.
  2. Compose and construct in stone and with stone construction using the conceptual method.
  3. Prepare works for final presentation using purchased materials.

Assessment Method: Sculpture Projects, Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & Final Portfolio

ART V26B – INTERMEDIATE SCULPTURE II- 3 UNITS

  1. Identify, define, and demonstrate the subtractive method in stone carving using the human figure as subject matter.
  2. Compose and construct sculpture in wax using the direct wax build-up method.
  3. Prepare works for final presentation using purchased materials.

Assessment Method: Sculpture Projects, Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & Final Portfolio

ART V28A – GRAPHIC COMMUNITCATIONS I- 3 UNITS

  1. Analyze visual ads in print or other media, list and communicate effectively in order to determine the correct marketing strategy for solving the client's problem.
  2. Practice various techniques to refine thumbnails and roughs into final comps.

Assessment Method: Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & Final Portfolio

ART V28B – GRAPHIC COMMUNITCATIONS II- 3 UNITS

  1. Employ the vocabulary of fine art with typography and visual layout.
  2. Interpret and express complex concepts using hand skills and digital media for communication applications.

Assessment Method: Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & Final Portfolio

ART V28C – GRAPHIC COMMUNITCATIONS II- 3 UNITS

  1. Prepare a graphic communication portfolio.
  2. Prepare a comprehensive ad campaign.

Assessment Method: Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V29A –COMMERICAL ULLUSTRATION AND LAYOUT I- 3 UNITS

  1. Practice basic design and rendering techniques.
  2. Formulate ideas and prepare them on paper for real world presentation.

Assessment Method: Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

  ART V29B –COMMERICAL ULLUSTRATION AND LAYOUT II- 3 UNITS

  1. Practice achromatic/monochromatic marker indication for traditional illustration.
  2. Plan and create a variety of projects for use in print and digital media.

Assessment Method: Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V29C –COMMERICAL ULLUSTRATION AND LAYOUT III- 3 UNITS

  1. Practice full color marker indication for traditional illustration.
  2. Plan and create a variety of projects for use in print and digital media to develop a graphic communication portfolio.

Assessment Method: Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

  ART V31A –HEAD DRAWING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Recognize the anatomical structure of the human head.
  2. Create head drawings using light, shadow and tonality to explain physical likeness.

Assessment Method: Head Drawings,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V31B –HEAD DRAWING II- 3 UNITS

  1. Formulate head drawings acknowledging the anatomical structure of the human head.
  2. Create head drawings using light, shadow, patterns and tonality to explain physical likeness.

Assessment Method: Head Drawings,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V32A – INK TECHNIQUES I- 3 UNITS

  1. Create ink drawing emphasizing various techniques.
  2. Formulate expressions and images from various approaches.

Assessment Method: Ink Drawings,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V32B – INK TECHNIQUES II- 3 UNITS

  1. Create ink drawing emphasizing wash in color and semi-brush techniques.
  2. Formulate expressions and images from various approaches.

Assessment Method: Ink Drawings,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V33A –INTERMEDIATE HEAD DRAWING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Create head drawings focusing on the structure and proportion of the individual.
  2. Prepare head drawings stressing compositional aspects of the portrait.

Assessment Method: Head Drawings,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V33B –INTERMEDIATE HEAD DRAWING II- 3 UNITS

  1. Explore the use and combination of various two dimensional media.
  2. Design mixed-media pieces which stress skill development and material handling.

Assessment Method: Two-Dimensional,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

ART V34A – TWO DIMENSIONAL MIXED MEDIA I- 3 UNITS

  1. Explore the use and combination of various two dimensional media.
  2. Design mixed-media pieces which stress skill development and material handling.

Assessment Method: Two-Dimensional,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

ART V34B – TWO DIMENSIONAL MIXED MEDIA II- 3 UNITS

  1. Analyze studio practice with emphasis on exploration of mixed-media.
  2. Prepare works with a focus on form and composition.

Assessment Method: Two-Dimensional,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V34C – TWO DIMENSIONAL MIXED MEDIA III- 3 UNITS

  1. Analyze intense studio practice with emphasis on exploration of mixed-media.
  2. Prepare works with a focus on image and content development.

Assessment Method: Two-Dimensional,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

ART V36A – HEAD PAINTING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Formulate and prepare color charts relative to skin tones.
  2. Create head paintings with an emphasis on drawing, tonality, design and color.

Assessment Method: Color Charts, Head Paintings,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V36B – HEAD PAINTING II- 3 UNITS

  1. Formulate and prepare color charts relative to skin tones.
  2. Create head paintings with an emphasis on drawing, tonality, design and color.

Assessment Method: Color Charts, Head Paintings,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V37A – WATERCOLOR PAINTING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Analyze the structural and expressive values in contemporary painting.
  2. Practice the building of form, control of pictorial order and the uses of color and light.

Assessment Method: Watercolor paintings,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V37B – WATERCOLOR PAINTING II- 3 UNITS

  1. Create watercolors with an emphasis on individual concepts and technical competence.
  2. Practice the building of form, control of pictorial order and the uses of color and light.

Assessment Method: Watercolor paintings,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V39A –INTERMEDIATE HEAD PAINTING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Create head paintings building on the concepts of strong color, tonality, drawing and design.
  2. Prepare color charts relative to skin tones.

Assessment Method: Head Painting, Color Charts,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V39B –INTERMEDIATE HEAD PAINTING II- 3 UNITS

  1. Create head paintings building on the concepts of strong color and value relationships.
  2. Prepare color charts relative to skin tones.

Assessment Method: Head Painting, Color Charts,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V40A –INTERMEDIATE WATERCOLOR I- 3 UNITS

  1. Create watercolors with an emphasis on the control of various techniques.
  2. Practice the building of form, control of pictorial order and the uses of color and light with a high degree of technical competency.

Assessment Method: Watercolor Paintings,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

  ART V40B –INTERMEDIATE WATERCOLOR II- 3 UNITS

  1. Create watercolors with an emphasis on the control of various techniques.
  2. Practice the building of form, control of pictorial order and the uses of color and light with a high degree of technical competency.

Assessment Method: Watercolor Paintings,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V41A–RELIEF PRINT MAKING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Understand the relief processes of contemporary printmaking.
  2. Prepare and create relief prints using a variety of processes.

Assessment Method: Printmaking,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V41B–RELIEF PRINT MAKING II- 3 UNITS

  1. Understand the relief processes of contemporary printmaking relative to making color prints.
  2. Prepare and create relief prints using color separations, special linking techniques and registration.

Assessment Method: Printmaking,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V42A–INTAGLIO PRINTMAKING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Understand intaglio processes of contemporary printmaking
  2. Prepare and create intaglio prints.

Assessment Method: Printmaking,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V42B–INTAGLIO PRINTMAKING II- 3 UNITS

  1. Understand intaglio processes including special techniques.
  2. Prepare and create intaglio prints with an emphasis on special processes.

Assessment Method: Printmaking,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V43A–SILKSCREEN PRINTMAKING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Understand silkscreen process as a creative medium.
  2. Prepare and create silkscreen prints with an emphasis on masking processes and printing an edition.

Assessment Method: Silkscreen, Printmaking,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V43B–SILKSCREEN PRINTMAKING II- 3 UNITS

  1. Understand silkscreen process as a creative medium.
  2. Prepare and create silkscreen prints with an emphasis on masking processes including touché and glue methods and printing an edition.

Assessment Method: Silkscreen, Printmaking,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

  ART V44A–LITHOGRAPHY I- 3 UNITS

  1. Understand the technique of lithographic processes.
  2. Prepare and create lithographic prints.

Assessment Method: Lithography,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

ART V44B–LITHOGRAPHY II- 3 UNITS

  1. Understand the technique of special lithographic processes involving color.
  2. Prepare and create lithographic prints with an emphasis on the printed edition, color mixing, ink modification and special effects.

Assessment Method: Lithography,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V45A–INTERMEDIATE SILKSCREEN PRINTMAKING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Understand serigraphy as a creative medium.
  2. Prepare and create serigraphic prints using various types of film positives.

Assessment Method: Serigraphy,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V45B–INTERMEDIATE SILKSCREEN PRINTMAKING II- 3 UNITS

  1. Understand serigraphy for both fine arts and commercial applications.
  2. Prepare and build silk screens and understand how to plan a silkscreen studio.

Assessment Method: Serigraphy,Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V46A–BEINGING ACRYLIC PAINTING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Use paint to reproduce a still life with perceptual accuracy employing value to render and to interpret with perceptual accuracy an object employing the color properties of hue, value, and intensity.
  2. Recognize basic color harmonies including monochromatic, triadic, complementary, and analogous and to create one or more paintings applying color theory.

Assessment Method: Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

  ART V46B–BEINGING ACRYLIC PAINTING II- 3 UNITS

  1. Use paint to reproduce a still life with perceptual accuracy employing value to render and to interpret with perceptual accuracy an object employing the color properties of hue, value, and intensity.
  2. Analyze, evaluate and discuss a composition using the elements of design: line, shape, space, form, value, and texture, and the principles of design: rhythm, balance, variety, and unity.

Assessment Method: Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

  ART V47A–INTERMEDIATE ACRYLIC PAINTING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Propose, organize, and discuss the concepts of style, form, color, composition, and content as they relate to a series of paintings.
  2. Create a series of studies which experiment with and apply methods of painting techniques for personal expression.

Assessment Method: Paintings, Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V47B–INTERMEDIATE ACRYLIC PAINTING II- 3 UNITS

  1. Compose a series of personal oil paintings which express and communicate content and meaning.
  2. Synthesize the painter's process of conception, execution, and evaluation.

Assessment Method: Paintings, Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V48–INTRODUCTION TO PRINTMAKING- 3 UNITS

  1. Analyze and compare the different printmaking processes.
  2. Create prints using a variety of printmaking processes.

Assessment Method: Printmaking, Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V51A–BEINGING CERAMICS I- 3 UNITS

  1. Analyze basic techniques in working with clay.
  2. Create works using various techniques and glazes.

Assessment Method: Ceramics, Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

 ART V51B–BEINGING CERAMICS II- 3 UNITS

  1. Analyze basic techniques in working with clay.
  2. Create works using various techniques and glazes.

Assessment Method: Ceramics, Assignments, Projects, Participation in Critiques, & FinalPortfolio

ART V52A– CERAMICS DESIGN I- 3 UNITS

  1. Analyze basic techniques in working with clay.
  2. Create works using various techniques and glazes.

Assessment Method: Ceramics, Assignments, Creative Projects, Papers, Quizzes

 ART V52B– CERAMICS DESIGN II- 3 UNITS

  1. Analyze and understand the use of glazes and the basics of kiln firing.
  2. Create independent projects using various techniques and glazes

Assessment Method: Ceramics, Assignments, Creative Projects, Papers, Quizzes

 ART V53A– CERAMICS GLAZE THEORY I- 2 UNITS

  1. Analyze and understand the nature of clay and glazes.
  2. Experiment with found clays and basic glaze formations.

Assessment Method: Ceramics, Assignments, Creative Projects, Papers, Quizzes

ART V53B– CERAMICS GLAZE THEORY II- 2 UNITS

  1. Analyze and understand the nature of clay and glazes.
  2. Experiment with found clays and basic glaze formations.

Assessment Method: Ceramics, Assignments, Creative Projects, Papers, Quizzes

 ART V53C– CERAMICS GLAZE THEORY III- 2 UNITS

  1. Analyze, understand and develop glazes.
  2. Experiment with modification and firing processes.

Assessment Method: Ceramics, Assignments, Creative Projects, Papers, Quizzes

 ART V54A– SPECIAL TECHNIQUES IN RAKU, SAGGAR & PRIMITIVE-STYLE FIRING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Analyze and understand alternative ceramic techniques.
  2. Experiment with and create ceramic works employing raku, primitive and saggar firing processes.

Assessment Method: Ceramics, Assignments, Creative Projects, Papers, Quizzes

 ART V54B– SPECIAL TECHNIQUES IN RAKU, SAGGAR & PRIMITIVE-STYLE FIRING II- 3 UNITS

  1. Analyze and understand alternative ceramic techniques.
  2. Experiment with and create ceramic works employing raku, primitive and saggar firing processes.
  3. Formulate a personal style.

Assessment Method: Ceramics, Assignments, Creative Projects, Papers, Quizzes

 ART V55A- DECORATING TECHNIQUES FOR CERAMICS I- 3 UNITS

  1. Analyze and understand alternative ceramic decorating techniques.
  2. Experiment with and create ceramic works employing a variety of ceramic decorating techniques.

Assessment Method: Ceramics, Assignments, Creative Projects, Papers, Quizzes

 ART V55B- DECORATING TECHNIQUES FOR CERAMICS II- 3 UNITS

  1. Analyze and understand alternative ceramic decorating techniques.
  2. Experiment with and create ceramic works employing a variety of ceramic decorating techniques.

Assessment Method: Ceramics, Assignments, Creative Projects, Papers, Quizzes

 ART V71- COMPUTER GRAPHIC AND DESIGN I- 3 UNITS

  1. Understand and employ the process of communication media in digital form.
  2. Prepare projects that will aid comprehension of the technical side of computer graphics.

Assessment Method: Computer Graphic Projects, Assignments, Participation in Critiques, & Final Portfolio

  ART V72- COMPUTER GRAPHIC AND DESIGN II- 3 UNITS

  1. Understand and employ the process of using various software applications.
  2. Prepare projects that will apply the elements of design and aesthetic principles to produce digital imagery and internet applications.

Assessment Method: Computer Graphic Projects, Assignments, Participation in Critiques, & Final Portfolio

 ART V73- DIGITAL IMAGING- 3 UNITS

  1. Manipulate and enhance digital images for graphic reproduction.
  2. Assess and accomplish digital image problem solving.

Assessment Method: Digital Projects, Assignments, Participation in Critiques, & Final portfolio

 ART V74A- DIGITAL PAINTING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Compare and explore the similarities and differences of creating art using traditional and digital methods.
  2. Create digital works of art using software applications.

Assessment Method: Digital Painting Projects, Projects, Assignments, Participation in Critiques, & Final Portfolio

 ART V74B- DIGITAL PAINTING I- 3 UNITS

  1. Compare and explore the similarities and differences of creating art using traditional and digital methods.
  2. Create digital works of art using software applications.

Assessment Method: Digital Painting Projects, Projects, Assignments, Participation in Critiques, & Final Portfolio