ADAPTED ART MEDIA AND METHODS ART 342 K ART (4.00 credits)
This course examines the properties and therapeutic potential of studio art media, focusing on adaptations in media and methods for individuals with exceptional needs. Includes practice in developing and presenting adapted art experiences through in-class expressive art workshops for community partners. Students must be able to pass a background check to enroll in this course. Communication skills, effective organization and presentation of adapted art processes, approaches in offering, accepting and incorporating constructive feedback, and flexibility in presentation style are emphasized. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: ART 240 and completion of the O tag or concurrent enrollment in an O tag course.
ADV DIGITAL & TRAD. PRINTMAKING ART 321 ART (3.00 credits)
Students in Advanced Printmaking will be encouraged to develop a personal direction from core units in the beginning course. This might involve focusing on multi-media work  through the combination of various print techniques, or the choice of a concentrated area for their semester studies. Prerequisites: ART 221 or consent of instructor.
ADVANCED PAPERMAKING ART 412 ART (3.00 credits)
This course offers further development in hand papermaking, including advanced techniques in fiber preparation, sheet formation, drying and finishing methods. Students also will apply these advanced skills in conceptually-based works that represent their personal visual investigations. Prerequisite: ART 290 or ART 292
ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY ART 208 ART (3.00 credits)
This course is a continuation of darkroom photography with an emphasis on control and manipulation of images and processes, including digital. Introduction of medium format film including the scanning and digital printing of film negatives. Prerequisites: ART 207 or ART 209, or consent of instructor.
ADVANCED RELIEF PRINTMAKING ART 306 ART (3.00 credits)
Research in advanced relief printmaking techniques with emphasis on development of personal concepts and expression. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F Prerequisite: ART 206 or consent of instructor.
ADVANCED STUDIO PORTRAITURE ART 317 ART (3.00 credits)
Advanced Studio Portraiture will focus on the continued use of the DSLR camera for portrait work. In addition, students will learn how to use large format cameras (4X5 and 8X10 inch negatives) including the scanning and printing of larger negatives.  Prerequisites: ART 217 or consent of instructor.
ADVANCED VIDEO ART 270 ART (3.00 credits)
A continuation of ART 120 Video with added emphasis on individual development, image processing, editing and experimental use of the video camera as a creative tool. Cross-listed: None. Offered: S Prerequisite: ART 120 or consent of instructor.
ANIMATION & DIGITAL STORYTELLING ART 365 ART (4.00 credits)
Introduction to the fundamental principles of storytelling and character design using industry standard tools of digital art, animation, and motion graphics. Prerequisites: ART 200 and ART 210 or consent of instructor.
APPL ART THERPY IN MULTICULT CONTXT ART 345 DQ ART (4.00 credits)
This advanced course for art therapy majors applies art therapy theory and methods in field experiences with diverse groups in the Madison area. This course cultivates an understanding of the intersection of power with class, race, culture, ethnicity, gender, and age in the delivery of art therapy-related services and programs. Considerations for learning, physical, psychological/emotional and cognitive disabilities, and lifespan development issues also are included. Students are guided in exploration of their own ethnic and cultural identities and biases and the development of multicultural awareness through lecture, reading, discussion, art reflection and hands-on field experiences. Prerequisites: ART 240, ART 342, and senior standing.
ART INTERNSHIP ART 490 ART (1.00 - 4.00 credits)
Work experience related to the major. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: junior or senior status in the major; consent of instructor.
ART MATTERS ART 100 1 ART (4.00 credits)
This course explores what it means to be an artist in our contemporary world. What do artists do, and for whom? In this course we will focus on meanings of creativity and art in diverse cultural contexts; connections between art and life; art as an expression of individual and collective values, beliefs, and identities; relationships between artists and their audiences; and ways that artists strive to build a more just and compassionate world. In addition, as we consider ways of understanding the visual language of artistic expression, students will be able to apply their learning to the expression of their own identities, values, and beliefs through art. Along with our classroom activities, we will experience Madison's art scene as we reflect upon our central question: does art matter? Prerequisites: This course is for first semester freshmen or freshmen transfer students.
ART OF THE WESTERN WORLD ART 126 AG ART (4.00 credits)
This course provides an introduction to art of the Western World, with emphasis on ways that art and architecture is related to the historical, social, and cultural contexts in which it was created. We consider such questions as: How do architectural and figural traditions established in ancient near Eastern, Egyptian, Aegean, and Roman cultures inform the development of the arts of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Neo-Classical, Romanticist, and Realist eras in Western Europe? What role does the patron and audience play in the stylistic developments initiated in these various cultures? Readings, class discussion, group inquiry projects, and other written and oral assignments will emphasize the development of reflective, creative, and critical approaches to the study of these visual arts traditions. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: None.
ART SEMINAR ART 464 3K ART (3.00 credits)
This course is designed to provide upper-level students with majors in Art or Art and Design Teaching, and minors in Art History, with the opportunity to consider and discuss key questions and issues in the field of visual arts. The course explores various art-based strategies for addressing these questions. Through reading and discussion of contemporary art theory, writings in art history and criticism, and exploration of current trends in art, students will gain a deeper understanding of how artists and other visual arts professionals engage with contemporary cultural questions and social issues in creative ways. Students will develop the aptitude and confidence to express their responses to these questions and issues in spoken, written, and visual form, and will also increase their capacity to reflect upon these responses. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the nuts and bolts of creating an artist's professional practice, including resume and portfolio preparation, how to organize an exhibition, writing proposals, and applying to graduate school. The course will also focus on writing as a significant aspect of visual art practice through critical writing, written responses to exhibitions and other arts events, and the preparation of one's artist statement. The course also emphasizes the importance of speaking about one's work and the work of other artists through gallery talks and other formal and informal presentations. The Senior Exhibition, a requirement for Art majors and Art and Design Teaching majors, is a key component of this course. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F Prerequisite: None.
ART STRUCTURE ART 106 B ART (3.00 credits)
Art structure is a studio introduction to the visual arts for non-art majors and minors. Students explore a wide variety of media and styles to create works of art that reflect an aesthetic awareness of various cultures around the world. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: None.
ART THERAPY INTERNSHIP ART 492 3X ART (4.00 credits)
This senior, capstone course for the Art Therapy major integrates knowledge, skills and experiences from prior coursework and practicums with the particular needs of the student's chosen community partner setting. Through extended, hands-on application of art therapy theory, media, and methods, individual mentoring, and participation in the weekly seminar, students will develop increased understanding of the role of art therapy, art therapists, and themselves as art therapy students, in building a more just and compassionate world. Placements are tailored to each student's individual interests, skills and goals. Students are required to work approximately 12 hours/week for 15 weeks at an approved site, arranged by student and the art therapy professor prior to the beginning of the semester. Students also attend a weekly two-hour class with required reading, research and oral and written assignments related to their internship and the profession of art therapy. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: COR 2, and ART 345.
ART THERAPY SEMINAR I ART 462 ART (2.00 credits)
This course for senior art therapy majors emphasizes consolidation of students' documentation of their readiness for application to graduate programs or entry into the work setting. Portfolios, resumes, artist statements, personal statements, job search, and admission processes to graduate school are included. Students are required to present their digital portfolios in a public presentation. Prerequisites: ART 240, ART 342.
ART THERAPY SEMINAR II ART 465 ART (1.00 credits)
This course for Art Therapy seniors examines the issues and best practices in the display of art work created in an art therapy context. Students will develop and conduct an appropriate art process at their internship sites to be exhibited in the Edgewood College Stream display area. The project will culminate in an exhibition, gallery talk, and reception open to the public. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: ART 345; Must be taken concurrently with ART 492.
BOOK ARTS:HANDMADE PAPER&TECHNIQUES ART 413 ART (3.00 credits)
This course offers and exploration of conceptually-based book arts including bookbinding techniques and printmaking on handmade paper. Students will be introduced to both contemporary and historical structures and techniques.
CERAMICS FOR NON ART MAJORS ART 117 B ART (3.00 credits)
An introduction to ceramics for non-art majors. This course involves basic hand building, throwing and glazing techniques. Technical investigation of clay, glaze chemistry and kiln/firing concepts will be presented throughout the course. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: None.
CERAMICS I ART 218 ART (3.00 credits)
An introduction to the study of ceramics for art majors and minors. Course involves basic hand building, throwing, and glazing techniques. Technical information of clay/glaze chemistry and firing concepts will be presented throughout the course. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F/S Prerequisite: None.
CERAMICS II ART 318 ART (3.00 credits)
This course provides an opportunity for continued concentration on hand building, throwing and glazing techniques. Students focus on earthenware and stoneware firing techniques. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: ART 218 or consent of instructor.
CERAMICS III ART 418 ART (3.00 credits)
This course provides students with the opportunity to engage in advanced study in the field of ceramic art. The curriculum for this course will be devised by the individual student and must be focused in terms of processes, techniques and/or concept. Prerequisites: ART 318 Ceramics II or consent of instructor.
COMMUNITY ART PRACTICUM ART 392 2E ART (3.00 credits)
This course explores how studio artists, art therapists, art historians, and art educators join with community partners to create art programs that strengthen and nurture communities. Particular emphasis is placed upon the role of art and artists as they participate in and act upon the community as leaders from an environmental perspective. Students will be challenged to critically examine their understandings of community from an ecosystems perspective as well as how they form, attend to, and act as stewards in their relationship with the natural world as artists. Students will work individually or in pairs to develop and implement a community-based art project which integrates community art goals with the principles of an environmental studies approach. As a class, students will prepare and sponsor an on-campus art workshop for a selected community partner. Students will also explore course topics and objectives selected to provide an understanding of the social, economic, political, geographic, and other factors that influence access to and shape community beliefs, practices and values in art programming. Course also requires an off-campus practicum of 3 1/2 hours/week for 15 weeks. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: Completion of COR 1 or COR 199 or COR 199 in progress; two full-time semesters of college credit, excluding retro credits, AP credits, and college credit earned while in high school; major or minor in the Art Department; consent of instructor.
DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHY I ART 207 ART (3.00 credits)
Fundamentals of darkroom photography beginning with the camera, along with technical skills in developing and printing of black and white film. Each student must have a 35 mm single lens reflex camera. Prerequisites: None.
DESIGN CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT ART 450 ART (4.00 credits)
A continuation of ART 310, focused on graphic design concept and strategy development. Prerequisites: ART 220 and ART 310.
DIGITAL & TRAD PRINTMAKING ART 221 ART (3.00 credits)
Students in this course gain knowledge of concepts and craft in fine art printmaking. Digital and traditional methods will be used in the production of intaglio, relief, monotype, and silk-screen prints. Fundamental printmaking techniques in drawing and photography are emphasized. The history and evolution of the graphic arts will be covered, specifically how editions have been created from the matrix of plate, block, stone, and screen. The use of non-toxic materials and sustainable theories in the visual arts will be highlighted throughout the semester.
DIGITAL ART & DESIGN - MAJORS ART 151 I ART (4.00 credits)
Students use computers and a mix of industry standard art and design applications to create graphic design and digital art projects. Prerequisites: None.
DIGITAL ART & DESIGN - NON MAJORS ART 152 I ART (3.00 credits)
Students use computers and a mix of industry standard art and design applications to create graphic design and digital art projects. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F/S Prerequisite: None.
DIGITAL FINE ART ART 360 ART (4.00 credits)
An exploration of the computer as a fine art tool for the production of limited edition prints and illustrative imagery. Contemporary digital artists and trends will be covered.  Students will advance their skill in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Prerequisites: ART 151 or consent of instructor.
DIGITAL PHOTO-NON ART MAJORS ART 107 B ART (3.00 credits)
A beginning course in digital photography with emphasis on technical operation of the camera, along with the connection to emerging software technologies. Both black and white and color photographs will be printed during the class. Each student must have a digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: None.
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY ART 209 ART (3.00 credits)
Basic photography emphasizing fundamentals of camera use and Photoshop print manipulation. Also includes color theory and aesthetics in relation to digital photography and its emerging software technologies. Each student must have a digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F Prerequisite: None.
DIGITAL TYPEFACE DESIGN ART 455A ART (3.00 credits)
An extended and intense study of the letterform and typography including the creation of digital font files. Historical context, usage, and influential type designers will be incorporated in the process of creating and editing digital typefaces. Emphasis on the combination of higher-level typography knowledge, technical skill, and creative expression through type. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: ART 220.
DRAWING ART 600 ART (1.00 credits)
This course emphasizes independent work, studio practice, theoretical issues, advanced research in drawing, development of a student's body of work, and the study of contemporary art.  With a focus on refining advanced drawing techniques, students will explore individual imagery and personal concepts with drawing tools and alternative materials.  This course also addresses building a career in the arts.  Individual conferences are required. Prerequisites: Graduate status or consent of instructor.
DRAWING - NON ART MAJORS ART 114 B ART (3.00 credits)
Drawing for non-art majors is an exploration of varied drawing techniques and media. Students are taught to 'see' as an artist sees and to express oneself effectively. Through drawing and research into artistic traditions of other world cultures, students will create imagery that reflects their personal style. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: None.
DRAWING I ART 200 B ART (3.00 credits)
This course is an exploration of varied techniques, media and subject matter to develop the ability to "see" and express oneself effectively through drawing. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: None.
DRAWING II ART 214 ART (3.00 credits)
Drawing with emphasis on composition and greater creativity in the use of media, techniques and subject matter. Cross-listed: None. Offered: S Prerequisite: ART 200 or consent of instructor.
DRAWING III ART 300 ART (3.00 credits)
A continuation of ART 214 - Drawing II with added emphasis on individual development and experimentation in the medium of drawing. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: ART 214 or consent of instructor.
ECO-DESIGN FOR EVERYONE ART 366 2AE ART (4.00 credits)
This course examines sustainable design practice and theory from a critical and practical vantage point. Sustainable design has been championed by politicians as a solution for renewing America. At the core of this discussion is sustainable architecture and the implementation of design strategies which in turn limit energy consumption. Students will engage with Madison area designers and architects, in part, via the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art "Design MMOCA" exhibition. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: Completion of COR 1 or COR 199 or COR 199 in progress; two full-time semesters of college credit, excluding retro credits, AP credits, and college credit earned while in high school; major or minor in the Art Department; or consent of instructor.
EXPLORING PAINTING MEDIA ART 405 ART (3.00 credits)
This course contains advanced painting with emphasis on figurative, thematic, and the possible exploration of media such as fresco, encaustic, egg tempera, and gouache. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: ART 205 or consent of instructor.
EXTENDED STUDIO ART 378 ART (1.00 credits)
Extended studio may be used in combination with any studio class. The student is responsible for an additional two hours per week of original work beyond that required for the studio class. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F/S Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
EXTENDED STUDIO ART 478 ART (1.00 credits)
Extended studio may be used in combination with any studio class. The student is responsible for an additional two hours per week of original work beyond that required for the studio class. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
FIGURE AND LANDSCAPE PAINTING ART 410 ART (3.00 credits)
Advanced painting with an emphasis on figurative, series, and plein air painting. The Art Department will provide French easels for plein air painting. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: ART 205 or consent of instructor.
FIGURE DRAWING ART 312 ART (3.00 credits)
Develops mastery in drawing the human figure in a variety of media and techniques. Cross-listed: None. Offered: S Prerequisite: ART 200, or ART 202, or consent of instructor.
GLOBAL ENCOUNTERS IN THE ARTS ART 257 AG ART (4.00 credits)
This course explores various forms of visual expression produced by artists of diverse cultures from around the globe including Africa, Oceania, and the Americas. Grounded in art history, this is an interdisciplinary course that looks at ways of thinking about art and its meanings from multiple perspectives. As we consider themes in visual expression and cultural production that are relevant across cultures, our study will focus on relationships between art, beliefs, cultural values, and social experience. We will engage post-colonial theories and global studies from relevant areas (in particular Native American studies, Latin American Studies, African studies including studies of the African Diaspora, and Pacific and Asian studies). Throughout the course, students will be asked to think critically about the impacts of colonization on the arts and peoples from around the world, and what it means to look at the arts of formerly colonized people from our vantage point in the West as compared to indigenous visions and voices of the same.  
GRAPHIC DESIGN ART 210 ART (4.00 credits)
Basic graphic design: layout, typography, illustration, printing processes and production methods. Prerequisites: ART 151 or ART 152, or consent of instructor.
GRAPHIC DESIGN CAPSTONE ART 485 3 ART (4.00 credits)
Capstone course for Graphic Design and Web Design & Development majors to prepare for entry into the job market. Students complete 120 internship hours along with experience recording, time-keeping, and reflective assignments. Discussion of industry issues, professional skills, ethics, and personal career goals. Development of self-promotional materials and presentation of work. Prerequisites: Successful completion of COR 2, plus Senior standing. To be taken in the final spring semester before completing degree.
GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERNSHIP ART 491 ART (1.00 - 4.00 credits)
Student completes professional graphic design as an intern. Internship may be paid or unpaid. 1 credit for every 75 hours worked (5 hours per week over the course of a 15 week semester). Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: None.
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY ART 271 AG ART (4.00 credits)
This course looks at the history of photography as a global phenomenon. From its origins in the 19th century, photography has flourished as a means of fixing a visual record of land, built structures, and people; creating beautiful images; visualizing modernity; communicating globally as well as locally; documenting injustice; and urging action. This course is organized around themes that have been central to the history of photography across cultures: portraiture, images of landscapes, documentation, and artistic expression. Class discussion will emphasize the development of thoughtful and critical approaches to the study of the history of photography and photography as a medium of expression so that the knowledge gained here can be applied to consideration of photographers and their work beyond what is studied in this course.
HISTORY OF WOMEN ARTISTS IN EUROPE ART 252 AQX ART (4.00 credits)
This course offers an introduction to the lives and work of women in the visual arts in Europe and North America from the Renaissance to the present, with a focus on issues of gender, power, ideology, and representation that underlie the study of women artists and their work. We will look at the work of specific European and North American women artists with attention to the historical circumstances in which they produced their art, ideologies of gender and art at these particular historical moments, and artists' writings. This course will also address themes explored by many women artists: the relationship between art and craft; spirituality; self-portraiture; the female body; motherhood; and heritage and identity. Along with reading scholarly texts about women artists and various writings by historic and contemporary women artists, throughout the semester students in this writing-enriched course will be expected to write informal responses to issues raised in this course, reflections on course readings and works of art considered in class, and a substantive formal research paper. Cross-listed: WS 252. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: ENG 110 or W cornerstone.
INDEPENDENT STUDY ART 279 ART (1.00 - 4.00 credits)
Topics and credits arranged. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
INDEPENDENT STUDY - ART ART 479 ART (1.00 - 4.00 credits)
Advanced independent work undertaken individually by qualified students under the direction of an art instructor. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
INDEPENDENT STUDY - ART ART 379 ART (1.00 - 4.00 credits)
Independent work undertaken individually by qualified students under the direction of an art instructor. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F/S Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
INTRODUCTION TO ART THERAPY ART 240 GU ART (3.00 credits)
This course introduces students to the rapidly expanding field of art therapy with emphasis on the breadth and scope of its practice both in the United States and globally. Art therapists practice in a wide range of settings and with people of all ages and backgrounds--such as hospitals, schools, treatment programs for adolescents, nursing homes, mental health clinics, and juvenile detention centers and prisons and mobilize to respond to disasters at the international level. Classroom lecture and discussion are integrated with direct, hands-on experience with art media and the creative process. Students will explore expressive therapy approaches to personal growth and development while they are introduced to issues regarding practice in the helping professions. No special skills or abilities with art media are required. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F/S Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor and PSY 101 or concurrent enrollment, ENG 110.
LAYOUT DESIGN ART 310 ART (4.00 credits)
A continuation of ART 210 and ART 220 , focused on developing skills in multiple page layout and design for print and electronic publishing.   Prerequisites: ART 210 and ART 220 or consent of instructor.
MODERN ART & DESIGN ART 255 AG ART (4.00 credits)
This course offers an introduction to the lives and work of modern artists and designers in Europe and North America from the mid-nineteenth century through the 1970s. Organized as a chronological survey, this course focuses on the history of modern painting and design with some attention to sculpture, architecture, and modernist experiments in other media, and will emphasize the historical and cultural contexts in which this variety of art has been produced. We will also consider themes of international significance, including ways in which Japanese, Tahitian, African, and other non-Western sources substantially informed developments in modern art and design. We will explore how, in an increasingly globally interconnected world, the work of modern and postmodern artists and designers from various cultures and countries is shaped by cross-cultural influences and artistic conversations.
MOTION GRAPHICS ART 460 ART (4.00 credits)
An introduction to basic animation principles and motion graphics. Using Adobe After Effects, students will design and produce type and graphic animations for the web and broadcast mediums. Prerequisites: ART 210 and ART 220, or consent of instructor.
MTHDS TCH ART&DESIGN: EC-EARLY ADOL ART 466 ART (3.00 credits)
Study and application of assessment strategies, methods, and materials for teaching and learning Art and Design in early childhood through early adolescence (birth through 13). Includes a practicum. Prerequisites: Emergent Professional transition 
MTHDS TEACH ART & DESIGN: EA - ADOL ART 468 ART (3.00 credits)
Assessment strategies, methods, and materials for teaching and learning art and design in early adolescence through adolescence. Includes a practicum. Must be taken in sequence with ART 466.
MULTICULTURAL ART IN NORTH AMERICA ART 253 AD ART (4.00 credits)
This course provides an inclusive, multicultural introduction to art of North America, with emphasis on ways that art is related to the historical, social, and cultural contexts in which it is created. Rather than attempting to consider all of the art produced over this long span of time, we will focus on particular aspects of American art, foremost among these the visual manifestations of the cross-cultural encounters between diverse peoples as central to the history of art of this continent. We will consider the relationships between American art and European art, and visual art and material culture as the expressions of particularly "American" identities by American artists and craftspeople of various ethnicities. Our study will emphasize the historical and cultural contexts in which this diversity of art has been produced. We consider such questions as: How have the social dynamics of race and ethnicity, along with gender and class, shaped the experiences of American artists and their audiences at various historical moments since pre-contact through the modern period? How do artists' social positions inform their artistic responses to questions of modernity? What does art by artists of diverse ethnicities tell us about the historic and contemporary experiences of various cultural groups in the US? As well as exploring movements in art of North America and the work of individual artists of various ethnicities, this course introduces the students to methodological and theoretical issues underlying the study of art in North America, and ways that consideration and critical analysis of multiple disciplinary and social perspectives can enrich our understanding of this art. Readings, class discussions, group inquiry projects, and other assignments will emphasize the development of reflective, creative, and critical approaches to the study of visual art.   
NATIVE AMERICAN ART ART 362 ADX ART (4.00 credits)
This course provides an introduction to North American Indian art and to the broader questions underlying its study. Beginning with the question "What is Native American art?" we will explore ways that Indians and non-Indians in the past have viewed Native American art, and how this art is seen today. As we look at art from various regions of what is now the United States, we will look at pre-contact Native American art, the changes that came about with the arrival of Europeans to this continent, and post-contact Native American art, with particular consideration of the impacts on this art of encounters between Indian and non-Indian peoples. Finally, we will examine 20th and 21st century Native American art and the issues raised by the intersections of Indian and non-Indian arts and cultures that have taken place since the turn of the 20th century. Throughout this course we will address issues of art historical approach and method raised by the study of encounters among diverse peoples in North America, and the dynamics of continuity and change in American Indian art. We will give particular attention to indigenous perspectives on Native art as we study the writings of Native American scholars, artists, and those whose lived experiences provide a basis for their insight and knowledge. Students in this writing-enriched course will be expected to write informal responses to issues raised in this class, reflections on course readings, films, and works of art considered in class, and a substantive formal research paper. Cross-listed: ETHS 362. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: ENG 110 or W cornerstone.
PAINTING ART 605 ART (1.00 credits)
This course emphasizes individual development and experimental use in the medium of water-soluble oil and / or acrylic painting and advanced research in painting.  The focus on independent work, studio practice, theoretical issues, and the study of contemporary art will inform the development of a student's body of work.  Students will explore advanced painting techniques, individual imagery, and personal concepts in their painting.  This course also addresses building a career in the arts.  Individual conferences are required.    Prerequisites: Graduate status or consent of instructor.
PAINTING I ART 205 ART (3.00 credits)
This course is an introduction to water soluble oil and acrylic painting procedures, including the elements of art and the principles of design as they relate to painting. Students should expect to purchase approximately $150 of painting supplies. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F/S Prerequisite: ART 202 or consent of instructor.
PAINTING II ART 305 ART (3.00 credits)
This course is a continuation of ART 205 - Painting I with added emphasis on individual development and experimentation in the medium of water soluble oil or acrylic painting. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: ART 205 or consent of instructor.
PAPERMAKING ART 290 BG ART (3.00 credits)
For two thousand years, humankind has created paper by hand. Whatever region in the world, and whatever the intention behind the paper, be it to represent wealth, to carry spirituality, or to convey messages, every fiber that goes into the making of paper has a story. Utilizing an age-old technique of making paper by hand (from old garments and/or cloth, and plant fibers), participants use both traditional and contemporary applications of the paper arts globally, with emphasis on three distinctly different regions of the world: Western Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Once their paper is made, it becomes the foundation for expressive content in the form of hand drawn images, text, photographs, and/or prints - as a means of telling their individual stories. Through hand papermaking, writing, book and printmaking activities, we will work together to transform significant articles of clothing and plant fibers into works of art that broadcast personal stories, mutual understanding and healing. Participants do not need any prior experience with these processes. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: None.
PERSPECTIVES IN ART THERAPY ART 344 QU ART (4.00 credits)
This course provides an exploration of the context and contributions of art therapists, primarily in the United States, from the turn of the 20th Century to the present. This course explores the modern history and contemporary practice of art therapy as well as the parallels between feminist theory and influences of feminism upon the profession. Fieldwork and site visits are required in this course. Students must be able to pass a background check to enroll in this course. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: ART 240, PSY 101.
PHOTOGRAPHY - NON ART MAJORS ART 108 B ART (3.00 credits)
Fundamentals of darkroom photography, beginning with the camera and continuing with basic technical skills in developing and printing of black and white film. Each student must have a 35mm single lens reflex camera. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: None.
PORTFOLIO FOUNDATIONS FOR ART THERA ART 293 ART (1.00 credits)
This required course for sophomores in the Art Therapy major involves students in portfolio assessment, critique and development. Storage, oral and written presentation, and photo documentation of artwork are also included. Each student will be guided in the development of an artwork that will build upon foundations course skills and involve personal research. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: ART 200, ART 202, ART 216, and ART 240 or consent of instructor.
SCULPTURE ART 316 ART (3.00 credits)
Contemporary sculptural techniques, concepts and expressions. Emphasis is on the student's ability to use various media as a means to express personal concepts. Cross-listed: None. Offered: S Prerequisite: ART 216 or consent of instructor.
SCULPTURE II ART 416 ART (3.00 credits)
This course provides students with the opportunity to engage in advanced study in the areas of three dimensional design and/or sculpture. The curriculum for this course will be devised by the individual student and must be focused in terms of processes, techniques and/or concept. Prerequisites: ART 316 Sculpture or consent of instructor.
STUDIO PORTRAITURE ART 217 ART (3.00 credits)
Knowledge of studio portraiture using both film and digital cameras, along with basic and advanced studio lighting. Continuation of darkroom and digital printing techniques. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F Prerequisite: ART 207 or ART 208, or consent of instructor.
STUDIO WORKSHOP ART 289 ART (1.00 - 3.00 credits)
A concentrated study of specific art media and techniques. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
THREE-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN ART 216 ART (3.00 credits)
Study of the elements of art and principles of design as applied to three-dimensional media. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F/S Prerequisite: None.
TOPICS IN GRAPHIC DESIGN ART 455 ART (3.00 credits)
A course which focuses on specific and contemporary issues and trends in graphic design. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: ART 210.
TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN ART 202 ART (3.00 credits)
Elements of art and principles of design as applied to two-dimensional media. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: None.
TYPOGRAPHY ART 220 ART (4.00 credits)
Basic principles and practices of lettering, typography and typographic design. A study of the history and evolution of letter styles, type, and their relationship to art and communication. Emphasis on letter formation, identification, layout, composition, and tools and materials. Prerequisites: ART 210 or concurrent enrollment.
USABILITY FOR THE WEB ART 471 K ART (4.00 credits)
This course addresses basic principles of usability design. Students will learn to design from user requirements, objectively evaluate the usability of products and websites, and test designs to verify successes or uncover design flaws. They will learn to present and pitch their product to a variety of stakeholders. This process emphasizes spoken and written communication, with a focus on spoken communication. Cross-listed: None. Offered: S Prerequisite: ART 470.
VIDEO ART ART 120 B ART (3.00 credits)
Introduction to the video camera as a creative tool. Emphasis will be on video film-making, based on assignments, self-direction, and group critique. Students will also learn editing methods and strategies. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: None.
VIDEO FOR GRAPHIC DESIGNERS ART 320 KU ART (4.00 credits)
Students will plan, shoot, edit, and analyze high quality video content for web, DVD, and other multimedia platforms using HD cameras (provided) and Adobe Premiere Pro. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F Prerequisite: ART 151 and completion of the O tag or concurrent enrollment in an O tag course.
WATERCOLOR ART 102 B ART (3.00 credits)
Watercolor introduces students to basic traditional watercolor painting techniques and offers opportunities for exploration of non-traditional methods. Once painting techniques are mastered, themes and concepts will require research into aesthetics and imagery of other cultures of the world. This research will serve as inspiration for students' own work. Previous experience in drawing is strongly recommended. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: None.
WEB DESIGN I ART 470 ART (4.00 credits)
An introduction to web design with an emphasis on understanding the underlying relationship between HTML, CSS and the production of clean, responsive, efficient, engaging, well-designed sites. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F Prerequisite: ART 210 and CS 175 or CS 176, or consent of the instructor.
WEB DESIGN II ART 475 ART (4.00 credits)
A continuation of ART 470, applying the web design process with the addition of advanced CSS techniques, web frameworks, and content management systems for website development.   Cross-listed: None. Offered: S Prerequisite: ART 470 or consent of instructor.