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School of Art and Design
Enriching classroom involvement incorporates real-world experience preparing students
for successful and rewarding careers in the arts.
The art K-12 teacher education program prepares students to teach visual arts in elementary,
middle, and secondary schools.
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Offering courses ranging from history of art to Greek, Roman, Medieval, Renaissance,
African, Native, Pre-Columbian, Japanese, Chinese, Contemporary, and Women Artists.
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Students are introduced to the process of making ceramics beginning with clay body
composition through procedures for firing kilns and glazing techniques & formulas.
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Offering state-of-the-art computer imaging, artistic exploration and knowledge beyond
visualizing scientific concepts; skills often sought by employers.
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Emphasis includes composition, content, technical concerns, use of color and a range
of material use from traditional to contemporary alternatives.
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The studio includes facilities for various surface processes such as screen-printing
and dye work, as well as cloth construction on tapestry, four- and eight-harness floor
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Work as creative visual thinkers and communicators using a variety of traditional
print and emerging digital media.
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Comprehensive study of basic and advanced techniques and processes for the creation
of wearable art.
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Teaching technical painting ability and vocabulary, development of individual expression
leading to thematic connections.
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Provides fundamentals of photograpic imaging that aides in understanding of traditional
techniques, experimental and non-traditional digital imaging.
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Offers courses in Intaglio Printmaking, Relief Printmaking and Monotypes.
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Learn a variety of sculpture making techniques including welding, ceramic shell casting,
assemblage in a studio spaces indoors and outdoors.
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