Spring 2019 classes offered in Art as of Monday, 03/25/2019 at 09:45 AM
schedSpringART report generated: 25-MAR-19


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ART 100 Global Perspectives in Art1219003below

R15:00-16:20NR_224Alderson,JL4547-2991

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ART 103A Survey of Art History I1266143IA

MWF10:00-10:50ARTB_102Conley,N65650990

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ART 103B Survey of Art History II1266153IA

MWF09:00-09:50ARTB_102Conley,N653332990

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ART 103B Survey of Art History II2266163IA

TR13:00-14:20ARTB_102Conley,N654124990

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ART 104J Art in the United States1218323IA

MWF12:00-12:50ARTB_102Conley,N6566-1990

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ART 104K Africa,Oceania, the Americas1221573IA

TR15:00-16:20ARTB_102Sheldon,B654124990

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ART 105B Fundamentals of Drawing1211033IA

MW08:00-10:50ARTA_123Atherton,MS2425-1991

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ART 105B Fundamentals of Drawing2211043IA

TR08:00-10:50ARTA_123Carey,I2428-4996

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ART 105C 2D Foundations1211203IA

TR17:00-19:50ARTB_204Nord,JS24240990
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ART 105D 3D Foundations1222333IA

MW11:00-13:50ARTB_204Nord,JS2425-1990
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ART 105D 3D Foundations2222343IA

TR14:00-16:50ARTB_204Nord,JS24240990
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ART 106 Painting I1210803IA

MW11:00-13:50ARTB_205Carey,I24240991
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ART 106 Painting I2210813IA

MW14:00-16:50ARTB_205Tuzzi,GR2425-1990
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ART 107 Printmaking I1216523IA

TR08:00-10:50ARTB_100Barnett,EA24231990
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ART 108 Graphic Design I1210833IA

MW08:00-10:50ARTA_125Vaughn,CA2426-2991
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ART 108 Graphic Design I2210843IA

MW17:00-19:50ARTA_125Vaughn,CA2425-1992
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ART 109 Sculpture I1210853IA

MW08:00-10:50SCLPT_102Schwetman,SP24240990
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ART 109 Sculpture I2210863IA

TR14:00-16:50SCLPT_102Schwetman,SP24240991
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ART 112 Scientific Drawing I1211233IA

MW14:00-16:50ARTA_123Gonzalez-Guerra,BE24231990
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ART 122 Life Drawing I1211013IA

TR11:00-13:50ARTA_123Atherton,MS24195990

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ART 250 Darkroom Photography1210883IA

TR08:00-10:50ARTA_119Woody,D24222990

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ART 251 Photography I1219113IA

F09:00-14:50ARTA_125Woody,D24213990

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ART 251 Photography I2220733IA

TR17:00-19:50ARTA_125Hootnick,AK24195990

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ART 282 Jewelry/Small Metals I1222743IA

TR08:00-10:50ARTB_107Cobb,EM18153990
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ART 282 Jewelry/Small Metals I2222753IA

TR14:00-16:50ARTB_107Austin,EA18171990
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ART 290 Ceramics I1210913IA

MW08:00-10:50CERAM_101Nord,JS24231991

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ART 290 Ceramics I2210923IA

TR11:00-13:50CERAM_101Hurst,RR2425-1990

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ART 290 Ceramics I3211193IA

TR14:00-16:50CERAM_101Hurst,RR24213990

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ART 301 Art and Propaganda1210933below

TR17:00-18:20ARTB_102Simms,GS65614990

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ART 302 Surrealism and Magic Realism1221803below

TR09:00-10:20ARTB_102Potter,BN65650991

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ART 302 Islamic Art2222763below

TR11:00-12:20ARTB_102Madar,HK655312990

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ART 302M Topics in Global AH Depth Exp.1266241IA

R12:30-13:20ARTA_025Madar,HK1073990

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ART 303 Global Contemporary Art1213513IA

MW14:00-15:20ARTB_102Alderson,JL655510990

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ART 303M Global Contempo. Art Depth Exp1222871IA

M15:30-16:20ARTA_025Alderson,JL15510990

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ART 321 Comics1211023below

MW11:00-13:50ARTA_123Gonzalez-Guerra,BE24231990

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ART 325 Life Drawing II1211053IA

TR14:00-16:50ARTA_123Atherton,MS241113990

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ART 326 Painting II1210943IA

TR11:00-13:50ARTB_205Tuzzi,GR2425-1990
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ART 329 Painting III1210953IA

TR14:00-16:50ARTB_205Tuzzi,GR24213990
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ART 330 Etching1211213IA

MW14:00-16:50ARTB_100Barnett,EA241212990
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ART 337 Large Format Photography1210963below

MW11:00-13:50ARTA_125Hill,NJ24168990
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ART 339 Photography: Portfolio Dev.1213523IA

TR14:00-16:50ARTA_119Woody,D241410990
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ART 340 Graphic Design II1211083IA

TR08:00-10:50ARTA_125Nachtigall,S24168990
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ART 347 Sculpture: Portfolio Dev.1216533IA

TR11:00-13:50SCLPT_102Schwetman,SP241212990

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ART 348 Jewelry/Small Metals: Casting1211073IA

MW11:00-13:50ARTB_107Cobb,EM18180992
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ART 350 Ceramics: High Fire1211003IA

MW17:00-19:50CERAM_101Hurst,RR2425-1991

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ART 351 Ceramics: Low Fire1211063IA

MW11:00-13:50CERAM_101Schneider,KG24204990

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ART 356 Museum & Gallery Practices1211223IA

MW08:00-10:50ARTB_105Carey,I24204990

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ART 357C Curr & Dev Thru Art Educ II1216723IA

MW11:00-13:50ARTA_024Woglom,JF241014990

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ART 358 Art Structure1210983IA

MW17:00-19:50ARTA_024Smith,JL2426-2990

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ART 358 Art Structure2270043IA

TR17:00-19:50ARTA_024Smith,JL2420400

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ART 359 Ceramics: Portfolio Dev1210993IA

MW14:00-16:50CERAM_101Schneider,KG24222990

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ART 367 Photography II1219123IA

MW14:00-16:50ARTA_125Hill,NJ241113990
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ART 372 4D Video + Animation1217983below

TR11:00-13:50ARTA_125Nachtigall,S24213990
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ART 373 Illustration II1221613IA

TR14:00-16:50ARTA_125Gonzalez-Guerra,BE24159990
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ART 396B Body Casting1216541IA
04/12-04/13FS09:00-16:30SCLPT_102Schwetman,SP1578990

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ART 437 Professional Practices in Art1219083IA

MW17:00-18:20ARTB_102Hill,NJ2531-6990

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ART 482 Museum & Gllry Prctcs Intrnshp1211113IA

F12:00-17:50OCPotter,BN241410990
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ART 491A Teaching Assistant - Studio1223773IA


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101990

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ART 491C Teaching Assist/ Art Education1223933IA


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101990

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ART 496 Honors Ceramics1211153IA

F09:30-12:20CERAM_101Schneider,KG24618990

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ART 496 Honors Painting2211163IA

T17:00-19:50ARTB_205Tuzzi,GR24168990

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ART 496 Honors Small Metals4213833IA

F17:00-19:50ARTB_107Cobb,EM18414990

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ART 498S Service Learning and Art Ed II10219103IA

TR11:00-12:50ARTA_024Woglom,JF24186990

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        Tutorial1121972
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-TBAWoglom,JF24186990

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ART 499 Directed Studies00
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* Notes: IA=Instructor approval required, DA=Department approval required
* Rsrvd: indicates number of seats reserved for new students during registration for Fall term (up to 35% of seats in lower division general education classes). Unused seats are released to continuing students on the Saturday preceding the first day of classes.
* Avail: indicates the total number of seats open to all students. This number may be reduced by enrollments in other cross-listed class sections.
* Wait Cap: indicates the number of waitlist seats available for the class
* Wait Tot: indicates the number of students currently waitlisted for the class (allows departments to determine class demand and may result in opening of class additional sections)
* Sust: classes designated as Sustainability Focused (SF) or Sustainability Related (SR)
* Permanent Text Status: If the particular course is indicated as NONE, there are no required texts. If indicated as FREE, text materials are offered free to students.
* Bookstore Text Info: Link to Bookstore text details for all courses that potentially have required texts.

Generally, students must register in one section from each component type shown for a particular class. For example, BIOL 104 has two lecture sections and several lab sections. Students who register for one of the lecture sections must also register for one of the labs associated with that lecture. Association numbers and section numbers are shown in parenthesis when multiple values exist.

Class notes
schedSpringART report generated: 25-MAR-19
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ART 100 Global Perspectives in Art21900IA,DA, 25 seats are for the Global Humboldt student cohort
ART 301 Art and Propaganda21093IA,Art and Propaganda: persuasion through art, design, film and photography The American government and its foreign counterparts sought effective channels of communication with the public during the two World Wars as well as during the Cold War. The most important were the US as well as Germany and the Soviet Union but other European countries as well as Japan were also relevant proponents. We will take an in-depth look at how countries and governments utilize art to sway the public. This course will examine how subtle or crass this form of persuasion can be and why it can be so effective.
ART 302 Surrealism and Magic Realism22180IA,Between Dreams and Reality: Surrealism and Magic Realism in the Americas With the onset of World War II and escalating persecution of ¿degenerate art,¿ a mass migration of avant-garde artists fled Nazi-occupied Europe, contributing to unprecedented artistic exchange in their locations of exile. In this course we will examine the passage of Surrealist artists and intellectuals away from Europe, and explore the precedents and subsequent developments of Surrealism in cities such as Havana, Los Angeles, Port-au-Prince, Mexico City, New York, San Francisco, and São Paulo. While many artists in


the Americas were deeply influenced by Surrealist methods, some, like Frida Kahlo, rejected association with the movement. As Kahlo famously stated, ¿I never paint by dreams or nightmares. I paint my reality.¿ Helen Lundeberg and Manuel Álvarez Bravo also explored absurd, magical, and mysterious aspects of everyday life through painting and photography. Even Wolfgang Paalen, an influential Surrealist in Paris, rejected Surrealism after relocating to Mexico City, and formed a new movement called Dynaton, which sought to express universal subject matter through explorations with science and visu


al abstraction.
ART 302 Islamic Art22276IA,Islamic Art This course will provide a thematic and chronological survey of Islamic art from its origins to the present day focusing on architecture, book arts, miniature painting, ceramics and textiles.
ART 321 Comics21102IA,Students will learn the fundamentals of creating sequential art, will explore historical and contemporary comics, and will be taught how to use pen and ink, watercolor, and traditional drafting tools. Students will create a series of comics based on their own ideas.
ART 337 Large Format Photography21096IA,Making use of both darkroom and digital techniques, this course will cover the use of 4x5 large format cameras to create b&w and color photos. Sheet film development, scanning, silver gelatin darkroom techniques, large scale inkjet printing, and visual storytelling will be explored. Prerequisite: ART 250 or 251 recommended, or IA
ART 372 4D Video + Animation21798IA,This class explores time as a medium in contemporary art through video and animation. This course investigates ways that time-based image making has become a key mode of communication for artists and designers.