Summer - Art
Summer Courses 2013
School of Art
First Session: May 28 - June 28, 2013
ARTZ 105A, Sec. 1—VISUAL LANGUAGE - DRAWING (1:30 – 3:20 pm MTWR, 3 credits)
Come learn how to draw! In this studio course students will learn a variety of drawing skills including in rendering volume, pictorial depth, and figure/ground relationships. We will cover historical and contemporary approaches to drawing. Prerequisite to all 200-level 2-D ART courses. Additional lab time may be required. Instructor Lisa Jarrett.
ARTZ 108A, Sec. 1—VISUAL LANGUAGE: 3-D FOUNDATIONS (9:30 – 11:20 am MTWR, 3 credits)
This is a basic three-dimensional course for both general education and beginning art students. Prerequisite to beginning sculpture and beginning ceramics. Emphasis placed on conceptualization and formal development of the 3-D object in the areas of form, mass, scale, texture, space and color. There is a heavy emphasis on making sculpture on this class. Prerequisite to all 200-level 2-D ART courses. Additional lab time may be required. Instructor Cathryn Mallory.
ARTZ 108A, Sec. H1—VISUAL LANGUAGE: 3-D FOUNDATIONS/HAMILTON (3:30 – 5:25 pm MTWR, 3 credits)
**This class meets in Hamilton @ the Bitterroot College. Instructor Pamela Caughey
ARTZ 131A, Sec. 1—CERAMICS FOR NON-MAJORS (3:30 – 5:20 pm MTWR, 3 credits)
A general introduction to art using ceramics. This course is for beginners, for people with little or no previous art experience. It is less specialized than Ceramics I for art majors. Credit not allowed toward a BA, BFA, or Minor in Art. Additional lab time may be required. Instructor Julia Galloway.
ARTZ 311, Sec. 1—DRAWING II (9:30 am – 11:20 am MTWR, 3 credits)
Exploration and production of drawings with emphasis on individual expression. Studio practicum, lectures, critiques, reading and writing. Additional lab time may be required. Instructor Mary Ann Bonjorni.
ARTZ 491, Sec. 1—PUBLIC SCULPTURE CONSERVATION (11:30 am – 1:20 pm MTWR, 3 credits)
Public Sculpture Conservancy is focused on the ongoing repair, maintenance, and general care of the University's public art on campus. The course has both a historical and ethical lecture component and a physical studio element. Lectures will include public art, ethics and conservancy, the University's collection and extended information pertaining to the bodies of work surrounding the specific artwork being maintained. In the studio, sculptures will be repaired by the professor working with students as assistants and material/technique demonstrations will be scheduled throughout the process. The course will be taught in conjunction with MMAC Curator Brandon Reintjes. ARTZ 251 prerequisite or consent of instructor. Instructor Bradley Allen.
First Session ONLINE Offering: May 28 - June 28, 2013
ARTH 160L, Sec. 50—GLOBAL VISUAL CULTURE: ART APPRECIATION (3 credits)
An introduction to the visual arts exploring various approaches to understanding art, art history and terminology, techniques and media, motivating factors behind the creative act. We discuss all types of Art in our current culture from painting & sculpture to land art, music videos to performance. A great experience for someone with little to no experience in the arts. Instructor Lisa Jarrett.
ARTH 200H, Sec. 50—ART OF WORLD CIVILIZATIONS I: ANCIENT TO MIDIEVAL (3 credits)
Survey the history of visual art from prehistory to 1400. Turn back the clock and learn what ancient civilizations tell us about themselves through art. Instructor Edgar Smith.
Second Session: July 1 - August 2, 2013
ARTZ 302A, Sec. 1—ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ART (9:30 – 11:20 am MTWR, 3 credits)
Visual art teaching methods for future elementary school teachers to include production of original works in a variety of media, methods of critique, curricular components, media management, resources and guided teaching experiences in a school setting. Additional lab time may be required. Instructor Steve Krutek.
Second Session ONLINE Offering: July 1 - August 2, 2013
ARTH 201H, Sec. 50—ART OF WORLD CIVILIZATIONS II: EARLY MODERN TO CONTEMPORARY (3 credits)
Survey the history of visual art from 1400 to the present. This course will demonstrate how the visual arts reflected and shaped the dynamic changes that characterized Europe during the late Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the modern age. Instructor Edgar Smith.