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ART 224 - Oil Painting II - US

ART 224 OIL PAINTING II (3)Description: A continuation of Oil Painting I with increased emphasis on a variety of painting techniques and development of a personal style. (May be taken three times for a maximum of 9 units) (AA, CSU, UC) ... (Training Available by College of San Mateo) ART 224 - Oil Painting II

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Art - US

Students in the Department of Art at Bethel encounter a range of disciplines including art history, contemporary studio practice, education, and exhibition. We focus on honing technical skills alongside creative ideas within and across traditional media. Through the making of objects, students have the freedom to explore knowledge and truth—and then communicate that truth through their work.We serve students pursuing a profession in the arts and the creative life through several degrees in the areas of art history, education, and studio art. In all programs, students can choose to develop an emphasis, including graphic design, painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, drawing, ceramics, or art history. Our professors are expert practitioners, each with their own areas of emphasis, who live to teach and mentor. They drive students not only to hone their skills as artists, but also to explore what it means to follow Christ within the art community.Beyond a full set of course o ... (Training Available by Bethel Seminary San Diego) Art

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Studio Art - US

Studio Art ConcentrationThe Art Major is available in two concentrations: General Studio and Teaching. Students should decide on an area of concentration by their junior year and notify the department chair. ... (Training Available by Azusa Pacific University) Studio Art

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Art - US

ArtA significant goal of the School of Art, Design, and Art History at SDSU is the creative growth of its students. Thus, the school focuses on the development of sound undergraduate and graduate programs that provide a strong basic education in art and a high degree of professional competence.The Art degree at SDSU will enable you to expand your perceptual skills, generate original ideas, and develop a broad cultural awareness of the visual arts in society. While pursuing an Art degree, you will learn to think visually and acquire a creative intelligence through practicing and studying visual arts. Program OverviewThe School of Art, Design, and Art History has the following areas of emphasis: art history; applied design, with specialties in ceramics, furniture, and metalsmithing/jewelry; interior design; graphic design; multimedia, painting and printmaking; sculpture; and studio arts. The School also offers a program of study for the single subject waiver program in Art.There is a bro ... (Training Available by San Diego State University) Art

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Art - US

ArtsAbout the Program Students who elect to major in the field of art have a variety of opportunities open to them. Choices include careers in teaching, art criticism, or work as practicing artists in painting and drawing. Degrees/Certificates Degree:AA - Art (Emphasis in Painting) Freshman Year CoursesUnitsArt 2A (Introduction to Drawing)3 Art 2B (Drawing, Color and Composition)3 Art 12A (Oil/Acrylic Painting- Beginning I) 3 Art 12B (Oil/Acrylic Painting- Beginning II)3Art 3A (Figure and Composition I)3Art 1 (Introduction to Art)3General Education Courses Sophomore YearCoursesUnitsArt 4 (Art History: Ancient)3 Art 5 (Art History: Renaissance to Modern)3 Art 12C (Oil/Acrylic Painting- Advanced I)3 Art 12D (Oil/Acrylic Painting- Advanced II)3Art 3B (Figure and Composition II)3Art 10 (Design and Materials)3Art 7A (Introduction to Watercolor Painting)3General Education Courses

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Metal Sculpture (ART 165) - US

Metal Sculpture (ART 165)1.5 Units Lecture: .5 hours Laboratory: 3 hours This course will offer an introduction to various metal-working techniques with an emphasis on aesthetic design and quality of metal joining. Credit may be earned for only one of the following: ART 165 or WT 165. ... (Training Available by Columbia College USA) Metal Sculpture (ART 165)

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Art Studio - US

The Studio Art curriculum is designed to accommodate students who wish to pursue a general interest in the visual arts with the goal of receiving an Associate in Arts and/or to transfer to a four-year college. Foothill College art programs provide fundamental training in art skills and concepts. Art faculty are intensely involved in their disciplines and are professionally dedicated to promoting each student's understanding of the place of art in our lives and in history. ... (Training Available by Foothill College) Art Studio

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Practical Laboratory-Metal Sculpture (ART 103) - US

1 Unit Prerequisite: ART 166 or WT 166, with a grade of C, CR, P or better, or equivalent Laboratory: 3 hours The student shall gain practical experience by working on individual projects in metal sculpture design and fabrication. Emphasis is on quality, appearance and function. Credit may be earned for only one of the following: ART 103 or WT 103. May be repeated three times.Practical Laboratory - Metal Sculpture (ART 103) ... (Training Available by Columbia College USA) Practical Laboratory-Metal Sculpture (ART 103)

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Art - US

About the Program The study of art will enrich the student’s experience of the world, and encourage the student to draw upon creative resources. An education in art can lead to professional or vocational careers, as well as enhance abilities in other fields. The Art Department offers a foundation in theoretical and practical skills, and the opportunity to work in a wide variety of specific art media. Career Options Animator, Art Appraiser, Art Critic/Writer, Art Director, Art Historian, Art Therapist, Arts Administrator, Arts and Crafts, Calligrapher, Cartoonist, Ceramist, Commercial Artist, Designer, Exhibition Designer, Fashion Apparel, Fashion Illustrator, Floral Designer, Furniture Designer, Graphic Designer, Industrial Color Consultant, Interior Designer/Decorator, Jeweler, Landscape Designer, Medical/Scientific Illustrator, Museum/Gallery Staff, Operator, Paste-Up Copy-Camera, Photographer, Print Maker, Printer, Product Designer, Sculptor, Sign Painter, Specialist, Stage S ... (Training Available by College of Marin) Art

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Art - US

Students who complete the Art-Fine Art Program will gain facility with: Global Awareness: Students will develop the ability to expand the vision of the role of art in the greater culture Students will develop an awareness of cultural diversity (and its use/effect on art-making). Historical Awareness: Students will develop the ability to engage visual art as defined in a progression of change. Critical Thinking: Students will develop the ability to affect critical thinking in visual terms. Visual Literacy: Students will develop the ability to employ art concepts and terminology effectively. Students will develop the ability to understand the creative process of art-making. Technological Awareness Students will develop the ability to understand materials, methods and techniques both historical and contemporary andthe contexts in which they are employed. ... (Training Available by San Diego Mesa College) Art

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Art - US

Welcome to the Art Department Web PageThe Art Department offers a wide variety of courses in both fine and applied art to meet student goals ranging from personal interest to preparation for transfer to four-year institutions or professional art schools.Department ChairMr. Charles Chavez, (510) 464-3570 ... (Training Available by Laney College) Art

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ART 223 - Oil Painting I - US

ART 223 OIL PAINTING I (3)Description: Introduction to basic oil painting techniques, including the use of value, color, and light to model 3D form. Students are encouraged to develop personal style in the later part of the course. (AA, CSU, UC) ... (Training Available by College of San Mateo) ART 223 - Oil Painting I

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Art General - US

The Art/General curriculum is designed to accommodate students who wish to pursue a general interest in the visual arts with the goal of receiving an Associate in Arts Degree and not necessarily transfer to a four-year school. Foothill College art programs provide fundamental training in art skills and concepts. Art faculty are intensely involved in their disciplines and are professionally dedicated to promoting each student's understanding of the place of art in our lives and in history. ... (Training Available by Foothill College) Art General

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Art & Art History - US

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENTWhether you choose to emphasize art history, studio art or both in a balanced curriculum, by pursuing your art major at Whittier College, you will find yourself in the midst of one of the most exciting art cities in the world. Art history is the study of art objects and their relationship to culture. Courses in art history strive to utilize local art collections, including those at the Getty Center and Villa, the Norton Simon Museum, the Huntington Library, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Museum of Contemporary Art. With additional study at the graduate level, art history can lead to professional careers in college teaching, museum curatorship, fine arts librarianship, and publishing. Studio art courses focus upon the creation of works of art: drawings, paintings, prints, sculptures, ceramic pieces and digital works. The studio art program emphasizes the concepts, materials, methods, and forms most commonly found in contemporary art. Students are ... (Training Available by Whittier College) Art & Art History

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Art - US

Program Goals and/or OutcomesArt is the study of the arrangement of forms that affect the senses, communicate political, social, cultural, religious, or emotional ideas that manifest in scenes and through objects produced throughout the world. This field includes the study and design of both two-dimensional and three-dimensional art. The art program is designed to maximize transferable course units and to provide basic skills required for employment in art-related fields. Back To List Program DescriptionArtWithin the major, courses are suggested with an emphasis to suit the student's interests. One of twelve areas of emphasis may be selected: painting, pictorial (drawing), combined drawing/painting, sculpture, craft skills including ceramics, art education, art history, graphic communications, studio arts, or a nonspecialized art major.Student Learning OutcomesUpon completion of the program the students will able to:Critically analyze, interpret, and evaluate of works of art.Develop a ... (Training Available by San Diego Miramar College) Art

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Art - US

Program DescriptionA.A.—Art, Studio ArtA.A.—Art, DesignA.A.—Art, Art HistoryA.A.—Art-PhotoDEGREESCRC's art curriculum offers introductory and intermediate level courses in painting, watercolor, digital art, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking and design, as well as courses in art appreciation and art history. Through the program's art theory and art practice classes, students develop an awareness and understanding of the materials, tools, rationale and significance of art in society. The art curriculum's critical thinking and technical skills components encourage students to utilize independent thought processes and problem solving. This program provides transfer and employment opportunities as well as personal enrichment for students.With a choice of acquiring an A.A. degree in one of four areas related to art, the student can tailor the program to their interests. The A.A. degree in Art-History allows the student to focus on the history, theory and resea ... (Training Available by Cosumnes River College) Art

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Art - US

Course of Study: ArtThe Art Department offers a wide range of courses including art theory, book arts, ceramics, digital art, drawing, mixed media, new media, painting, photography, sculpture, and video. Courses are designed to encourage self-expression and to help students recognize that art is not an isolated practice but one that can foster and enhance social discourse. Courses emphasize both technical skill and critical thinking, taking advantage of Scripps' long-standing position within the Los Angeles arts community, as well as the many opportunities found in a liberal arts environment. Whether drawing from traditional studio art practices, or combining several disciplines as a dual or double major, the Art Department offers a rich and distinctive program that will give students the skills necessary to pursue everything from a career as a visual artist, media artist, arts educator, or other arts professional, to graduate study in a wide array of disciplines.Art majors and minors ... (Training Available by Scripps College) Art

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Art - US

About the Major The Department of Art offers professional art training which emphasizes experimentation and encourages students to draw from many disciplines in their creative process. The department provides a strong background in theory and criticism to support contemporary studio practice. ... (Training Available by University of California-Los Angeles) Art

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Art - US

The art curriculum is focused to meet the needs of art students who are initially developing skill and concepts as well as those experienced students who seek further development. The Art Department offers a wide variety of introductory courses in design, drawing, ceramics, photography, painting, sculpture and bronze casting.Click here to receive an RSS feed on all LTCC art exhibitsUpcoming events in the Foyer, Student, and Haldan Art GalleriesDepartment Contact Person: Phyllis Shafer, Department Chair & Gallery Director Office: F102 (530) 541-4660, ext. 251 Email: shafer@ltcc.edu Art Studio Technicians: Diana Nelson, 2-D (530) 541-4660, ext. 335 nelson@ltcc.edu Francis Rider, 3-D (530) 541-4660, ext. 360 rider@ltcc.edu Faculty: Phyllis Shafer, Department Chair & Gallery Director Office: F102 (530) 541-4660, ext. 251 shafer@ltcc.eduBryan Yerian, Instructor Office: F102 (530) 541-4660 ext. 228 Email:yerian@ltcc.edu Adjunct Faculty • Kristen Boles • Addi Che ... (Training Available by Lake Tahoe Community College) Art

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Art Therapy?(MA) - US

Dr. Richard Carolan, Ed.D., ATR-BC Department Chair Master of Arts in Art Therapy Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy Advanced Standing Master of Arts in Art TherapyMichelle JonesDepartment Coordinator (650) 508-3556, arttherapy@ndnu.edu The Art Therapy Psychology Department at Notre Dame de Namur University is the only one of its kind in Northern California that offers licensing as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT). The focus in the department is on the family as a framework for human structure, emphasizing art and image as the canvas for its expression. The department is unique because it provides a Master of Arts in Art Therapy as well as a clinical licensure track leading to a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy. Both the MA in Art Therapy and the MA in Marriage and Family Therapy degrees lead to registration as an art therapist (ATR).The MA in Art Therapy has two tracks of study. For those with a Bachelor’s degree who are not interested in cl ... (Training Available by Notre Dame de Namur University) Art Therapy?(MA)

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