Spring 2020 classes offered in Art
schedarc2202ART report generated: 10-APR-20
Class
Sect
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Units
Notes*
Fee
Dates
Days
Time
Room
Instructor
Cap
Enr
Sust*
ART 103A Prehistoric to Medieval1211863below

MWF12:00-12:50ARTB_102Sheldon,B6563
ART 103B Renaissance to Contemporary1211873IA

MWF13:00-13:50ARTB_102Conley,N6538
ART 104J Art in the United States1211893IA

TR13:00-14:20ARTB_102Conley,N6563
ART 104K Intro to African Art1211903below

MWF14:00-14:50ARTB_102Sheldon,B6529
ART 105B Fundamentals of Drawing1211913IA

MW08:00-10:50ARTA_123Atherton,MS2424
ART 105B Fundamentals of Drawing2211923IA

TR14:00-16:50ARTA_123Atherton,MS2424
ART 105C 2D Foundations1211933IA

MW08:00-10:50ARTB_204Nord,JS2420
ART 105D 3D Foundations1211953IA

MW14:00-16:50SCLPT_102Nord,JS2419
ART 105D 3D Foundations2211963IA

TR08:00-10:50SCLPT_102Schwetman,SP2416
ART 106 Painting I1211973IA

MW11:00-13:50ARTB_205Tuzzi,GR2424
ART 106 Painting I2211983IA

MW14:00-16:50ARTB_205Tuzzi,GR2428
ART 107 Printmaking I1211993IA

MW08:00-10:50ARTB_100Whorf,SB2413
ART 107 Printmaking I2212003IA

TR08:00-10:50ARTB_100Whorf,SB2420
ART 108 Graphic Design I1212013IA

MW11:00-13:50ARTA_125Vaughn,CA2422
ART 108 Graphic Design I2212023IA

MW17:00-19:50ARTA_125Vaughn,CA2424
ART 109 Sculpture I1212033IA

MW08:00-10:50SCLPT_102Schwetman,SP2421
ART 109 Sculpture I2212043IA

TR11:00-13:50SCLPT_102Nord,JS2423
ART 112 Scientific Drawing I1212053IA

TR08:00-10:50ARTA_123Gonzalez-Guerra,BE2410
ART 122 Life Drawing I1212063IA

MW11:00-13:50ARTA_123Atherton,MS2421
ART 250 Darkroom Photography1212073IA

MW17:00-19:50ARTA_119Woody,D2423
ART 251 Photography I1212083IA

TR11:00-13:50ARTA_125Hootnick,AK2422
ART 251 Photography I2212093IA

TR17:00-19:50ARTA_125Hootnick,AK2422
ART 282 Jewelry/Small Metals I1212103IA

MW08:00-10:50ARTB_107Cobb,EM1818
ART 282 Jewelry/Small Metals I2212113IA

MW14:00-16:50ARTB_107Cobb,EM1818
ART 290 Ceramics I1212123IA

MW08:00-10:50CERAM_101Hurst,RR2423
ART 290 Ceramics I2212133IA

MW11:00-13:50CERAM_101Hurst,RR2424
ART 290 Ceramics I3212143IA

TR08:00-10:50CERAM_101Schneider,KG2425
ART 301 Gender and Sexuality in Art1212153below

TR09:00-10:20ARTB_102Conley,N6557
ART 301 Macabre Modernism2212163below

TR15:00-16:20ARTB_102Conley,N6563
ART 303 Global Contemporary Art1212183IA

MWF09:00-09:50ARTB_102Alderson,JL6564
ART 303M Global Contempo. Art Depth Exp1212191IA

M10:00-10:50ARTA_025Alderson,JL154
ART 304 African American Art1227403below

MW15:00-16:20ARTB_102Sheldon,B6533
ART 321 Comics1212203IA

TR11:00-13:50ARTA_123Gonzalez-Guerra,BE2422
ART 325 Life Drawing II1212213IA

MW14:00-16:50ARTA_123Atherton,MS2424
ART 326 Painting II1212223IA

TR14:00-16:50ARTB_205Tuzzi,GR2426
ART 329 Painting III1212233IA

TR17:00-19:50ARTB_205Tuzzi,GR2427
ART 330 Screen Print and Stencil1212243IA

TR14:00-16:50ARTB_100Whorf,SB2422
ART 337 Experimental Film Photography1212253below

TR14:00-16:50ARTA_119Woody,D2415
ART 339 Photo Portfolio Development1212263IA

T17:00-19:50ARTA_119Hill,N2414

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ART 340 Graphic Design II1212273IA

MW08:00-10:50ARTA_125Nachtigall,S249
ART 347 Sculpture: Portfolio Dev.1212283IA

TR14:00-16:50SCLPT_102Schwetman,SP2417
ART 348 Jewelry/Small Metals: Casting1212293IA

TR11:00-13:50ARTB_107Cobb,EM1818
ART 350 Ceramics: High Fire1212303IA

TR14:00-16:50CERAM_101Hurst,RR2422
ART 351 Ceramics: Low Fire1212313IA

TR11:00-13:50CERAM_101Schneider,KG2420
ART 356 Museum & Gallery Practices1212323IA

TR11:00-13:50ARTB_204Potter,BN2423
ART 357C Curr & Dev Thru Art Educ II1212333IA

MW11:00-13:50ARTA_024Woglom,JF2418
ART 358 Art Structure1212343IA

MW14:00-16:50ARTA_024Woglom,JF2424
ART 358 Art Structure2212353IA

TR17:00-19:50ARTA_024Smith,JL2418
ART 359 Ceramics: Portfolio Dev1212363IA

MW14:00-16:50CERAM_101Schneider,KG2412
ART 367 The Manipulated Photograph1212373below

MW14:00-16:50ARTA_125Woody,D2415
ART 372 Radical Graphics:Climate&Activ1212383below

TR08:00-10:50ARTA_125Nachtigall,S2424
ART 373 Digital Painting1212393IA

TR14:00-16:50ARTA_125Gonzalez-Guerra,BE2419
ART 396B Body Casting1232551IA
03/06-03/07FS09:00-16:20SCLPT_102Schwetman,SP1516
ART 396B Figure Sculpture Workshop2248121below
04/24-04/25FS09:00-16:20SCLPT_102Schwetman,SP1517
ART 410 Seminar in Art History1212404below

MW11:00-12:50ARTA_119Madar,HK1314
ART 437 Professional Practices in Art1212413IA

MW17:00-18:20ARTB_102Hill,N2531
ART 482 Museum & Gllry Prctcs Intrnshp1212423IA

F12:00-17:50OCPotter,BN248
ART 491A Teaching Assistant - Studio1212433IA


-TBA
20
ART 491B Teaching Assistant - Art Hist.1212443IA


-TBA
10
ART 491C Teaching Assist/ Art Education1212453IA


-ARTA_024Woglom,JF52
ART 494 B.F.A. Practicum in Studio Art1212464IA

F10:00-13:50ARTB_204Nachtigall,S1817
ART 498S Service Learning and Art Ed II10212473IA

TR11:00-12:50ARTA_024Woglom,JF2412
        Tutorial1121295
IA


-OC
2412
ART 499 Directed Studies1247561IA


-TBA
50
ART 499 Directed Studies8251101IA


-TBAAlderson,JL12
ART 499 Directed Studies9251121IA


-TBAGonzalez-Guerra,BE12
ART 499 Directed Studies7251093IA


-CERAM_101Schneider,KG158



* Notes: IA=Instructor approval required, DA=Department approval required
* Sust: classes designated as Sustainability Focused (SF) or Sustainability Related (SR)

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 should 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
schedarc2202ART report generated: 10-APR-20
Class
CN
Class Notes
ART 103A Prehistoric to Medieval21186IA,This course presents an introduction to the global history of art, from the paleolithic to the Gothic, covering Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
ART 104K Intro to African Art21190IA,This course is designed to give students a broad overview of African arts and cultures. It will cover a variety of culture groups and artistic traditions across the African continent.
ART 301 Gender and Sexuality in Art21215IA,This course will explore European and American art and visual culture of the nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries through the lens of gender and sexuality. Major themes include women as artists and subjects, queer art, and the body in representation.
ART 301 Macabre Modernism21216IA,This course will look at the darker side of modernity by focusing on images of monsters, death, the decadent, and the otherwise sordid in European and U.S. art and visual culture from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
ART 304 African American Art22740IA,This course will particularly highlight the early 20th century movement known as the Harlem Renaissance, a period of African-American cultural efflorescence centered in Harlem neighborhood of New York City.
ART 337 Experimental Film Photography21225IA,Making use of both darkroom and digital techniques, this course will cover the use of 4x5 large format cameras. Sheet film development, scanning, silver gelatin darkroom techniques, inkjet printing, and visual storytelling will be explored.
ART 367 The Manipulated Photograph21237IA,This course will explore the use of Photoshop as a creative tool for artistic expression. Topics will include image manipulation, printing methods and alternative presentation techniques.
ART 372 Radical Graphics:Climate&Activ21238IA,Radical Graphics: Climate & Activism This class prompts students to advocate for social and environmental activism through art and design. Use digital media and hands on creative processes to research, communicate and visualize pathways towards an issue-based art practice. This class involves instruction on industry standard tools from motion graphics to image manipulation and vector graphics.
ART 396B Figure Sculpture Workshop24812IA,Figure Sculpting with guest artist Kirils Pantelejevas from Latvia
ART 410 Seminar in Art History21240IA,This discussion-oriented class will examine critical issues in art history from historical and contemporary viewpoints. We will discuss the so-called ¿crisis of art history,¿ recent interventions in the field and efforts to decolonize art history. Students will conduct research on an art historical topic of their choice.