ART - Art

ART 10D 2D Foundation

Introduces students to the fundamental principles of two-dimensional art and design and focuses on analyzing the concepts of line, color shape, value, space, form, unity, balance, scale, proportion, texture, and emphasis to be used to express complex ideas. This course is a hybrid studio/lecture.

Credits

5

Instructor

Sarah Sanford

General Education Code

IM

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 10E 3D Foundation

Introduces students to the fundamental principles of three-dimensional art and design through basic concepts, techniques, and technical practice. Focuses on three-dimensional art and the design fundamentals of sculpture, public art, architecture, and the industrial-design process and production. This course is a hybrid studio/lecture.

Credits

5

Instructor

Jorgge Menna Barreto

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

General Education Code

IM

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 10F 4D Foundation

Introduces students to the fundamental principles of four-dimensional/time-based art and design through basic concepts, techniques, and technical practices. Computers and video, photo, sound, and lighting equipment are used to create short-form, time-based work. This course is a hybrid studio/lecture.

Credits

5

Instructor

Wesley Modes

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to proposed ART majors during first-pass enrollment; restrictions lifted after first pass.

General Education Code

IM

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 15 Introduction to Drawing for the Major

Introduction to the methods, materials, and purposes of drawing to develop perceptual and conceptual skills through a series of assignments, providing various approaches to drawing as a tool for creative exploration. Discussions and critiques facilitate the development of critical skills. Designed for students considering the art major.

Credits

5

Instructor

The Staff, Frank Galuszka, Melissa Gwyn

General Education Code

PR-C

ART 20G Introduction to Print Media and Drawing

Introduces the methods, materials, and history of printmaking and drawing as a tool for creative exploration. Understanding and development of concepts and skills are achieved through a series of lectures, studio demonstrations and practice, assignments, and critiques.

Credits

5

Instructor

Sarah Sandford, Enrique Leal

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): two courses from ART 10D, ART 10E, ART 10F. Enrollment is restricted to proposed art and art majors.

General Education Code

PR-C

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Summer

ART 20H Introduction to Sculpture and Public Art

Introduces sculpture and art in public space. The course is composed of lectures, readings, discussions, studio assignments, and demonstrations.

Credits

5

Instructor

Jorgge Menna Bareto, Kathleen Perry

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): two courses from ART 10D, ART 10E, ART 10F. Enrollment is restricted to proposed art and art majors.

General Education Code

PR-C

Quarter offered

Winter, Spring

ART 20I Introduction to Photography

Introduces basic skills and conceptual development in photography and related digital media through image-making in the field, on the web, and in laboratories, through readings, discussions, and critiques.

Credits

5

Instructor

Kathleen Perry

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): two courses from ART 10D, ART 10E, ART 10F. Enrollment is restricted to proposed art and art majors.

General Education Code

PR-C

Quarter offered

Fall, Spring

ART 20J Introduction to Drawing and Painting

Introduces the practices of drawing and painting in combination with the formal vocabulary of the visual arts. A discussion of values, form, color, and figure/ground relationships enters into each class.

Credits

5

Instructor

Grant Whipple, Melissa Gwyn

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): two courses from ART 10D, ART 10E, ART 10F. Enrollment is restricted to proposed art and art majors.

General Education Code

PR-C

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

ART 20K Introduction to New Media and Digital Artmaking

Introduces digital and new media art practice. Explores the use of the computer as tool and medium. Provides a hands-on introduction to the fundamentals of graphics; digital-image acquisition and manipulation; video; web design; and computer programming. Lectures, readings, and discussions examine the history of technology artwork and technology's relationship to contemporary culture.

Credits

5

Instructor

Claudio Bueno

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): two courses from ART 10D, ART 10E, ART 10F. Enrollment is restricted to proposed art and art majors.

General Education Code

PR-C

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 20L Introduction to Drawing

Drawing course using traditional media taught online through demonstration videos, digital submissions, and small-group critiques. Introduces the basics of observational drawing in a progression designed to develop and build skills in sighting, measuring, value, and rendering. Familiarity with Canvas, access to a digital camera, and purchase of art supplies are required. Assumes 30 hours per week of coursework.

Credits

5

Instructor

Grant Whipple

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): two courses from ART 10D, ART 10E, ART 10F. Enrollment is restricted to proposed art and art majors.

General Education Code

PR-C

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 26 Introduction to Printmaking

Survey of print medium: basic terminology, techniques, application of tools, materials, and condensed history of development of printmaking. Assignments consist of individual and collaborative projects aimed at building skills and gathering technical experience. Introduction to relief printing (black and white and color), intaglio, letterpress, and interface between photography/computer and the handmade print. Exploration of print media for communication of issues including formal aesthetics, social/psychological and personal narrative.

Credits

5

General Education Code

PR-C

ART 80D Fundamentals of Photography

Introductory course for beginners. Various techniques examined and assigned in specific exercises. Work on projects using color film; this is a non-darkroom course. Examples given of photography from 1826 to the present. Balances historical study and practice through assigned homework exercises. Students must provide their own camera, preferably one with a manual setting. No phone cameras allowed.

Credits

5

Instructor

The Staff

General Education Code

IM

ART 80E Environmental Art in the Expanded Field

Examines the ways artists engage, interact, and comment upon ecology and nature in their artworks by examining environmental art from the 1960s through the present. Offers students a foundational introduction to art and artists working in the field of environmental and ecological art/activism.

Credits

5

Instructor

Elizabeth Stephens

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 80F Introduction to Issues in Digital Media

Digital media was positioned as a radical new social and creative medium in the 1980s and 1990s. The ensuing decades have seen this area become ubiquitous mass media with structural inequalities, centralized ownership, environmental damage, and precarious labor conditions. At the same time, it has become the language of our time and remains a site of creativity and intervention and offers opportunities for social changes. This course provides an introduction to key issues in this area through the lens of race and ethnicity.

Credits

5

General Education Code

ER

ART 80T Digital Tools for Contemporary Art Practice

Introduces the digital tools and mediums available to contemporary art practices. Tools are explored from a historical and theoretical context and from a technical perspective through hands-on tutorials. A variety of artworks that use digital mediums are also examined. Covers photo and vector editors, sound and video editing, basic 3D modeling, and images and interactions generated by code. Students should have basic computer literacy.

Credits

5

Instructor

Jennifer Parker

General Education Code

PE-T

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 80X Ars Erotica: Sexual Imagery in Culture and Art

What is sexually explicit imagery all about? Is it art, porn, trash, political hot potato, or hot commodity? This course enables students to critically explore these questions and more in an academic setting.

Credits

5

Instructor

Elizabeth Stephens

General Education Code

PE-H

ART 99 Tutorial

Students submit petition to sponsoring agency.

Credits

5

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

ART 101 Introduction to Computer Programming for the Arts

Combines an introduction to computer programming for beginners with special topics that are essential for the digital arts. Basic concepts of programming are developed in the JavaScript language and applied to digital arts media, such as algorithmically generated still images and animations in two and three dimensions, sound art, and music composition. Presentation of digital artwork in the theater and via the web are covered in detail.

Credits

5

Instructor

Wesley Modes

General Education Code

MF

Quarter offered

Fall, Spring

ART 104 Digital Video

An exploration of the video medium including production using the digital video format. Digital video cameras will be used to produce digital source material to be manipulated in a non-linear digital editing system. Image manipulation, effects, and editing will be explored. A variety of video structures, theories, concepts, and forms will be examined through production, discussions, and viewing students' and artists' work.

Credits

5

Instructor

The Staff, Elliot Anderson

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): Three courses from: ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26 or by permission of instructor. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 106A 2D Animation

Introduces animation techniques, practices, history, and theories. Students learn techniques and process in 2D, stop-motion, and digital animation. Projects teach students the workflow of animating including script development, storyboarding, frame-by-frame animation, animatic, digital, and post-production. Students are required to research artists, both historical and contemporary, working in the field of animation and to be able to discuss the work. The course teaches theoretical and historical perspectives on animation and requires students to develop a critical analysis and vocabulary. (Formerly Introduction to 2D Animation).

Credits

5

Instructor

The Staff

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): Three courses from: ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 106C Stop Motion Animation

Introduction to imagining, producing, and creating stop motion animations. Includes hands-on work in storyboarding, drawing and paper-based animation, pixalization, animation of everyday objects, and Claymation with basic characters and sets. Historical and contemporary animations will be viewed in class to inspire animation ideas, aesthetics, and practices. (Formerly Introduction to Stop Motion Animation.)

Credits

5

Instructor

Elliot Anderson

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): Three courses from: ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26; or by permission of instructor. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 106E 3D Modeling and Animation

Independent and collaborative creative projects using advanced computer methods. May include networking projects, virtual representations, interactive multimedia, installation, performance, 3D modeling and animation, or robotics. Emphasis on advanced critical and experimental approaches to computers as a unique art medium, and contemporary research issues. Students are required to enroll in scheduled lab section.

Credits

5

Instructor

Elliot Anderson

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): Three courses from: ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26; or by permission of instructor. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 106O 2D Animation

This project-centered studio course introduces 2D animation concepts, history, techniques and contemporary practices, production strategies, processes, and tools from a practical approach rooted in a historical/theoretical context. During each project's development, students research artists working within relevant categories and/or topics of animation, presenting findings to assist in their creative process.

Credits

5

Instructor

Ann Allstatt

Repeatable for credit

Yes

General Education Code

PR-C

Quarter offered

Fall, Spring

ART 108 Activate Media! New Media Art Activism and Organizing

Studio-based course teaching strategies for social change, activism and organizing using new media and digital tools. Students gain experience of developing new media artworks to communicate their position on issues that affect their lived experiences and community struggles. Students develop artworks and content using new media practices, tools, systems, and strategies. The final artwork can utilize video, film, digital media, social networks, apps, games, and design among other new media art forms.

Credits

5

Instructor

Claudio Bueno

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): Three courses from: ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26; or by permission of instructor. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 110 Intermediate/Advanced Drawing

Work moves toward individual directions in drawing. A variety of media are explored. Each student is expected to do 150 hours of drawing over the quarter.

Credits

5

Instructor

Melissa Gwyn

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One course from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20J, ART 20L, ART 111, ART 112, ART 119; and two from ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20K, ART 26; or by permission of instructor. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 111 Figure Drawing

Focuses on drawing from the human figure and exploring the figure for the purpose of personal expression and social communication. Intended for the intermediate/advanced drawing student.

Credits

5

Instructor

The Staff

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One course from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20J, ART 20L, ART 110, ART 112, ART 119; and two from ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20K, ART 26; or by permission of instructor. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 112 Mixed Media Works on Paper

This course stresses alternative drawing processes, techniques, and materials. Intended for the intermediate or advanced student.

Credits

5

Instructor

Melissa Gwyn

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One course from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20J, ART 20L, ART 110, ART 111, 119; and two from ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20K, ART 26; or by permission of instructor. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 113 Illustrating Stories: Fantasy and Documentary Narratives

This drawing/painting class is taught using New Yorker magazine covers as examples of illustration at a level of excellence that is accessible and which are examined for content and formal qualities. Work is done in drawing and painting media; some digital and mixed media may be incorporated. Painting will be water-based. Wit, humor, restraint, and sophistication are discussed, as well as inclusivity, exclusivity, and explicit and implicit social issues.

Credits

5

Instructor

Frank Galuszka

Repeatable for credit

Yes

General Education Code

PR-C

ART 119 Special Topics in Drawing

Special topics in drawing as announced.

Credits

5

Instructor

Grant Whipple

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One course from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20J, ART 20L, ART 110, ART 111, ART 112; and two from ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20K, ART 26; or by permission of instructor. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 125 Environmental Art Studio

Introduces students to environmental art and design through basic concepts, techniques, and studio practice.

Credits

5

Instructor

Edward Shanken, Beth Stephens

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to juniors and seniors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter

ART 130 Intermediate/Advanced Painting

Continuation of the development of a basic foundation in painting with emphasis on the development of individual, experimental procedures. A foundation in drawing is recommended.

Credits

5

Instructor

Melissa Gwyn

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One from ART 20J, ART 133, ART 137, ART 138, ART 139; and two non-painting lower-division studios from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. A foundation in drawing is recommended. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 132 Figure Painting

Students learn the classical practice of painting the nude figure from life using traditional oil painting techniques. Students study short poses, limited color, and graduate to long pose, full color.

Credits

5

Instructor

The Staff

Repeatable for credit

Yes

General Education Code

PR-C

ART 133 Abstract Painting

Exploration of abstract painting through studio work, lectures, and critiques with emphasis on progressive abstraction, minimalism, op art, and abstract expressionism as well as other 20th-century and 21st-century forms. A foundation in drawing is recommended.

Credits

5

Instructor

Grant Whipple

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One from ART 20J, ART 20L, ART 130, ART 137, ART 138, ART 139; and two non-painting lower-division studios from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20K, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 135 Digital Painting

Gives students a comprehensive understanding of the digital painting, from basic techniques, to new media art and industry application, to how these programs operate. Studies and assignments develop and expand skills of digital paint application. Students build a cumulative digital portfolio of all of the studies and assignments completed throughout the course.

Credits

5

Instructor

Kathleen Deck

Repeatable for credit

Yes

General Education Code

PR-C

ART 137 Outdoor Painter's Project

Explores contemporary landscape through the practice of plein air painting. Observational plein air painting will provides the foundation for the class. Instruction includes technical instruction in materials and technique as well as conceptual material. Student may work with oils, alkyds, or acrylic on panels, paper, or canvas.

Credits

5

Instructor

Grant Whipple

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One from ART 20J, ART 130, ART 133, ART 138, ART 139; and two non-painting lower-division studios from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 138 Facture and Meaning

Explores the materials and history of painting through lectures, demonstrations, and practice in oils, egg tempera, distemper, and Flashe paint. Students participate in group practices and also work independently on projects designed by them in consultation with the instructor. A foundation in drawing is recommended.

Credits

5

Instructor

Melissa Gwyn

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One from ART 20J, ART 130, ART 133, ART 137, ART 139; and two non-painting lower-division studios from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 139 Special Topics in Painting

Special studies in painting as announced. A foundation in drawing is recommended.

Credits

5

Instructor

The Staff, Melissa Gwyn

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One from ART 20J, ART 130, ART 133, ART 137, ART 138; and two non-painting lower-division studios from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 150 Darkroom Practices

Students concentrate on darkroom practices and explore visual ideas, directing their work toward individualized goals. Required work includes making photographic prints, reading historical and theoretical works, and examination of photographs.

Credits

5

Instructor

Kathleen Perry

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 20I and two non-photography lower-division art studios from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Spring

ART 152A Photographic Book

This studio-based course engages with the traditions and practices of the photographic book to examine and explore both narrative and non-narrative strategies. Students create a coherent photographic photo-book. Course examines the contemporary status of the photobook as well as the rich history of the medium. Editing, sequencing, and the production of photobooks is the centerpiece of this class.

Credits

5

Instructor

Kathleen Perry

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 20I, ART 156, and two courses from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 152C View Camera Photography

Explores the processes, materials, and techniques of large-format photography. Students learn the concepts and theories related to the view camera. Emphasizes advanced understanding of negative exposure, sheet-film processing, tonal-range manipulation, digital scanning, and large-format output. Contemporary issues and concepts explored.

Credits

5

Instructor

Karolina Karlic

Repeatable for credit

Yes

General Education Code

PR-C

ART 153 Still to Moving: Topics in Cinematography for Artists

The natural evolution from still image making to moving image making is at the heart of this course as students look at this evolution from a historical, social, conceptual, and technical perspective. Artists who have been primarily working in still photography will learn to transition to creating with moving images by addressing time, structure, sound, and installation. Advanced discussions on film and digital formats, quality of image, camera support systems, and post-production will be explored through a combination of screenings, assignments, and readings.

Credits

5

Instructor

Yolande Harris

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 20I; and two courses from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Plus one course from ART 150 or ART 156. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 154A Being Social: Photography and Engagement

Explores historical and contemporary ways in which photography has been used to examine social issues and invites students to produce work that responds to issues that are important to them. Students learn about photograph's historical significance in raising social awareness, analyzing the aesthetic and methodological strategies of modern and contemporary photographers seeking to catalyze economic, political and cultural change through the production of images.

Credits

5

Instructor

Karolina Karlic

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 20I and ART 156; and two courses from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 154B Photography, Place, Environment

The impact of our industrialized culture on nature is one of the most crucial and urgent issues of our times. Discussions on environmental photography, place, and landscape, set out to investigate environmental change and to explore our relation to nature. Throughout the quarter students develop an environmental photography art project that follows in the photographic tradition of raising awareness and supporting policymakers, politicians, researchers, environmentalists, and activists.

Credits

5

Instructor

Karolina Karlic

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 20I; and two courses from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Plus one course from ART 150 or ART 156, or by permission of instructor. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 154C After Archives: Photographers & Research

The role of archives, photographers, and research in contemporary photographic practice is addressed by examining the special archives at the UCSC library and the Prelinger Library in San Francisco and by curating a group exhibition. Students make a project in multiple media, such as photography, video, text, installation, and drawing prompted by UCSC Special Collections' vast archives and collections. Through studio projects, readings, discussions, and case studies, students engage the immediate context of the university as source material for their artworks as a means to explore the effect that research and knowledge production might have on contemporary artistic practice.

Credits

5

Instructor

Karolina Karlic

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 20I; and ART 150 or ART 156; and two courses from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 155 Photo Field Research Quarter (PFRQ): California Road Trip

Offers students the unique opportunity to live and learn and photograph outside the classroom, actively engaging locations across the state of California. Students will cover 2400 miles from Northern Mendocino County to the Salton Sea, Eastern Sierra, Death Valley, and Big Sur. Class exposes students to cultural, historical, and environmental issues facing California. Due to the rigor of the course, students must submit an application demonstrating the commitment and photo preparation necessary for successful completion of the class. Students are billed a materials fee of $550.

Credits

10

Instructor

Jack Chapman

General Education Code

PR-C

Quarter offered

Summer

ART 156 Project Development in Photography

Concentrates on photographic project development, developing analytical skills designed to help direct students' own photographic ideas. Helps students create a conceptual theoretical framework through image-making in the field and studio, through critique and discussion, through readings, and by studying the work of artists.

Credits

5

Instructor

Kathleen Perry

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One course from ART 20I; and two non-photography lower-division art studios from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 157 Immersive Arts Field Research

Students are immersed in site specific field research over the span of a four-day in-the-field trip utilizing the public land of California, via the UC Natural Reserve System. Students are educated about research related to a specific place while exploring concepts of site-specificity and develop their own new inquiries about a place by experiencing it physically and by engaging with contemporary art concepts and art project development. Prerequisite(s): two lower-division studio art courses. Enrollment is restricted to junior and senior art majors. Enrollment is by permission of instructor. Due to the rigor of the course, students must submit an application demonstrating the commitment and photo preparation necessary for successful completion of the class.

Credits

5

Instructor

Karolina Karlic

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Spring

ART 158 Advanced Photography

Students produce a portfolio of photographs, read historical and theoretical works, and study photographs and other art works.

Credits

5

Instructor

Karolina Karlic

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 156; and one course from ART 150, ART 152A, ART 152C, ART 153, ART 154A, ART 154B, ART 154C or ART 159. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 159 Special Topics in Photography

Special studies in photography, concentrating on specific subject matter or media. Topics may include documentary photography, landscape, alternative processes, or mixed media.

Credits

5

Instructor

Kathleen Perry

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 150 or ART 156. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 161B Relief/Mixed Media Printmaking

Explores traditional, contemporary, and experimental processes, issues, and concepts of relief and mono/mixed media printmaking. Students gain in-depth information and working knowledge to specialize individual ideas and build artistic development through varieties of class activities.

Credits

5

Instructor

Sarah Sanford

Requirements

Prerequisites: ART 20G or ART 26 and two non-print lower-division media studios from ART 15, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 161C Tradition and Innovation: Relief Printmaking in Korea

Explores the history of printing from the world's oldest printed text developed in Korea to the latest cutting-edge technology, including laser cutting. Students study many aspects of both traditional and contemporary relief (woodblock) printmaking, both materials, tools, and techniques and the issues, concepts and history of the field. Through various class activities, field trips and cultural visits (to UNESCO World Heritage Sites) in Korea, students will be exposed to diverse and multi-regional art practices that will broaden their perspectives and increase their understanding not only in the fields of print media but in the larger contemporary visual culture.

Credits

6

Instructor

Jimin Lee

Repeatable for credit

Yes

General Education Code

PR-C

ART 161J Mokuhanga: UCSC Printmaking in Japan

Course taught both at UCSC and at the host university in Tokyo. At UCSC, oil-based woodblock printmaking covers techniques, application of tools, materials, history, issues and concepts. In Japan, the class studies Mokuhanga, resulting in a great understanding and appreciation of this traditional process. Via class activities, field trips, excursions, and cultural visits, students encounter diverse multi-regional art practices, thus broadening perspectives and increasing understanding not only of print media but of contemporary visual culture.

Credits

6

Instructor

Jimin Lee

Repeatable for credit

Yes

General Education Code

PR-C

ART 162A Intaglio I

Introduces students to various methods used in making intaglio prints. Encourages individual artistic growth of imagery and technique through assignments designed to explore the medium. Includes discussion and critique of work with equal emphasis on technique and concept.

Credits

5

Instructor

Sara Sanford

Requirements

Prerequisites: ART 20G or ART 26 and two non-print lower-division media studios from ART 15, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 163A Lithography I

Introduction to drawing, processing, and printing of lithographs from stone. Emphasis on discovery of tonal, textural, and expressive potential from the surface of the stone, while establishing individual directions in imagery. Condensed history of the medium, technical theory, and critique in lecture and demonstrations.

Credits

5

Instructor

Enrique Leal

Requirements

Prerequisites: ART 20G or ART 26 and two non-print lower-division media studios from ART 15, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 163C Magnified Imagination: A Printmaking Approach

Examines the wonders of visual magnification of the natural world by using enlargement lenses, scanner, and microscopes to create photo-based and autographic prints that enhance strange and unperceived realities. Visits to the UCSC Norris Center for Natural History, Thimann's Roof Garden and Greenhouse will provide opportunities to explore natural world specimens for projects.

Credits

5

Instructor

Enrique Leal

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 20G and two courses from ART 15, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 164A Screenprinting

Introduces water-based screen printing. Students are introduced to processes including basic equipment, printing techniques, printing papers, stenciling processes, and photographic and digital techniques. Emphasis is on continued development of content and aesthetic awareness through the possibilities of screen printing.

Credits

5

Instructor

Sara Sanford

Requirements

Prerequisites: ART 20G or ART 26 and two non-print lower-division media studios from ART 15, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 164S Serigraphy in Spain

Introduces water-based screen printing processes including basic equipment, printing techniques, printing papers, stenciling processes, and photographic and digital techniques. Emphasis is on continued development of content and aesthetic awareness through the possibilities of screen printing.

Credits

5

Instructor

Enrique Leal

ART 165 Print Media in Visual Communication

Explores a unique approach reviewing the printed images in visual communications. A wide blend of traditional and cutting-edge print media processes with an interdisciplinary focus will be taught for conceptualizing, producing, and presenting the printed image.

Credits

5

Instructor

Jimin Lee

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): one course from ART 160B, ART 161B, ART 161C, ART 162A, ART 162B, ART 163A, ART 163B, ART 163C, ART 164A, ART 164S, ART 168, ART 169. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 166 Art of Bookmaking

Introduction to production of small edition books and multiples utilizing sequential visual imaging, narrative content, and mixed media in bookmaking. Provides instruction in conceptualizing, producing, and distributing printed artists' multiples. Ideas encouraged within a broad range of possibilities via the format of artists' books.

Credits

5

Instructor

Kathleen Perry

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): Three courses from: ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26 or by permission of instructor. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 168 Photo-Based Printmaking

Intermediate/advanced studio course exploring the processes, history, and the recent developments in contemporary photomechanical printmaking. Through experimentation and research students learn how to utilize photographic imagery, blending them in multiple layers and colors, thereby facilitating articulation of their conceptual foundations.

Credits

5

Instructor

Jimin Lee

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): Three courses from the following: ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 169 Special Topics in Printmaking

Special studies in printmaking, as announced.

Credits

5

Requirements

Prerequisites: ART 20G or ART 26 and two non-print lower-division media studios from ART 15, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 172 Public Art: Memory, Landscape, and Artist as Activist

In-depth exploration of art in the public sphere. Students build an understanding of public art sparked by practical experience designing and developing projects. Theoretical aspects of contemporary public art, and an introduction to the range of current public art practices will be introduced through readings, lectures, and artist's talks. The combination of practical hands-on technique and theoretical ideology will enable students to fully develop their own project within the class.

Credits

5

Instructor

The Staff

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to juniors and seniors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 175 Taking Art to the Streets

Expands traditional definitions of art making taking art beyond the museum. Students take art making to the streets. We explore art making in the public sphere from murals to graffiti, street art to shop dropping, protests to public commissioned projects and community engaged interventions.

Credits

5

Instructor

John Jota Leanos

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): Three courses from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26, or by consent of instructor. Enrollment restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

General Education Code

PR-C

ART 177 Careers in the Creative Economy

Provides students with information, tools, and strategies to embark on arts career exploration and preparation, including strategies for addressing challenges and opportunities related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Students explore their career values; network with guest speakers in creative fields (alumni, faculty, graduate students, professional artists); and prepare and create career-related documents (update resumes, cover letters, project proposals) as well as learn about a variety of arts careers through guest speakers, readings, and podcasts. Enrollment is by permission of the instructor and is restricted to juniors, seniors, and graduate students. Please contact the art advisor at artadvisor@ucsc.edu for the application.

Credits

2

Instructor

The Staff

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 180B Sculpture II

More advanced fabrication techniques in sculpture using wood, metal, industrial, and other materials. Techniques include carpentry and woodshop skills, and an introduction to sculptural forms, processes, and ideas. Demonstrations, slide lectures, and critical discussion of work help develop technical and conceptual skills.

Credits

5

Instructor

The Staff

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One course from ART 20H, ART 120, ART 121, ART 122, ART 124, ART 125, ART 129, ART 172, ART 183, ART 188, or ART 189; and two non-sculpture/intermedia/public art lower-division studios from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 181 Art, Power & Politics

Explores strategies artists use to engage political subject matter in the 21st century. Students create their own projects, research and test approaches, techniques and strategies learning from the ways national and international artists encode and convey information in creating political work. Methods range from community collaboration; to tactical culture jamming, participatory collaborative projects, activism and intervention, symbolic and gestural work, artist-led projects, performances and community projects.

Credits

5

Instructor

Dee Hibbert-Jones

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): three courses from: ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

General Education Code

PR-C

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 182 Materiality of Color

A research-based, studio art class in which students experiment with ideas and processes, and pursue projects exploring the materiality of color, including social and cultural effects and environmental implications. Following a sequence of short assignments paired with class critiques, students design and complete their own research-based art projects (in any media) that investigate color as a material phenomenon. Class discussions address physical, perceptual, psychological, geological, biological, cultural, social, political, philosophical and aesthetic aspects of color in concert with readings, guest lectures, field trips, technical demonstrations and visual presentations. Students harvest, make, and use dyes from plant materials grown at the UCSC Farm, and contribute to the ongoing development of a dye garden on campus.

Credits

5

Instructor

Laurie Palmer

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): Three courses from: ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

General Education Code

PE-E

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 183 Metal Fabrication

Focus on teaching intermediate to advanced students the processes and techniques of direct metal fabrication for contemporary sculpture and design. Explores a range of welding, cutting, and forming techniques and processes through demonstrations, slide lectures, field trips, and studio time. Demonstrations, slide lectures, and critical discussion of work help develop technical and conceptual skills.

Credits

5

Instructor

The Staff

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One course from ART 20H, ART 120, ART 121, ART 122, ART 124, ART 125, ART 129, ART 172, ART 180B, ART 188, ART 189; and two non-sculpture/intermedia/public art lower-division studios from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20I,ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 184 3D Art and Design I

Emphasizes the conceptual aspects of 3D art and design using the laser cutter to prototype and experiment with construction methods and materials to create, represent, respond to, and reflect on 3D forms in space. Students learn about mixed-media fabrication techniques, materials, and processes that include using a woodshop and metal-fabrication shop. The course is structured around assignments that develop individual expressiveness, research skills, creative industry, and class participation. Students are billed a materials fee of $120. (Formerly 3D Art and Design: Laser Cutting and CNC Routing.)

Credits

5

Instructor

Jennifer Parker

Requirements

One course from ART 20H, ART 20K, ART 101, ART 102, ART 103, ART 106E, ART 108, ART120, ART 121, ART 122, ART 124, ART 125, ART 129, ART 146T / THEA 106, ART 172, ART 180B, ART 183,ART 188, ART 189 and two courses from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 185 3D Art and Design II

Expands 3D art and design principles, methodologies, process, and skills via structured projects using 3D printers and modeling. The metal-fabrication shop and the woodshop allow students to prototype and experiment with construction methods and materials used to develop assignments. The course is structured around assignments that develop critical thinking, individual industry, research skills, creative expressiveness, and class participation. Students are billed a materials fee of $120. (Formerly 3D Art and Design: Printing and Prototyping.)

Credits

5

Instructor

Jennifer Parker

Requirements

One course from ART 20H, ART 20K, ART 101, ART 102, ART 103, ART 106E, ART 108, ART 180B, ART 183, ART 184, ART 188; and two courses from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 186 Art and Globalization

This immersive studio class explores art making in a globalized world. Studies the complex relationship between object-making, place-making, aesthetics, and cultural identity in a global context. Examines the impacts and creative responses to a global economy, networked culture and globalized art markets (art fairs and biennales) and explores artists resisting globalization, commodification and the art market, moving beyond traditional sculptural form to transcend traditional conceptions of art and art making. Students are billed a materials fee.

Credits

5

Instructor

The Staff

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): Three courses from: ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20H, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

General Education Code

CC

ART 188 Intermediate to Advanced Sculpture (Foundry)

This intermediate/advanced course provides the information and facilities necessary to express ideas through the indirect process of metal casting. The lost wax method is used to manifest ideas in sculpture. Lectures and demonstrations are combined with work time in class. Students generate sculpture forms in wax then gate, invest, weld, chase, patina, and present at least one finished piece. Students are billed a materials fee of $175. May be repeated for credit.

Credits

5

Instructor

The Staff

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One course from ART 20H, ART 120,ART 121, ART 122, ART 124, ART 125, ART 129, ART 172, ART 180B, ART 183, ART 189; and two non-sculpture/intermedia/public art lower-division studios from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 189 Special Topics in Sculpture

Special topics in sculpture as announced, concentrating on specific aspects of subject matter and media.

Credits

5

Instructor

Jorgge Menna Barreto

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): One course from ART 20H, ART 120, ART 121, ART 122, ART 124, ART 125, ART 129, ART 172, ART 175, ART 180B, ART 183, ART 188; and two non-sculpture/intermedia/public art lower-division studios from ART 15, ART 20G, ART 20I, ART 20J, ART 20K, ART 20L, ART 26. Enrollment is restricted to art majors.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 190A Writing for Artists

Provides practice in using writing as a tool to support creative work--to generate ideas, to critically analyze and interpret artworks, and to communicate clearly with others about one's own work. Lectures, discussions, and visiting artist talks introduce and explore contemporary art contexts, ideas, discourses, artworks, artists, and practices to build students' capacities to place their work in the world. Readings introduce and unfold ideas for discussion, and provide examples of writing formats and purposes as they relate to art practice.

Credits

5

Instructor

Laurie Palmer

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): satisfaction of the Entry Level Writing and Composition requirements. Enrollment is restricted to junior and senior art majors.

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 190B Senior Project

Advanced senior art majors create and complete a senior project to fulfill their comprehensive graduation requirement. Focuses on a weekly lecture, studio work, peer critique, and professional practices such as the documentation and exhibition of work.

Credits

5

Instructor

Beth Stephens

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to senior art majors.

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 191 Teaching Apprenticeship

Designed for art majors at the upper-division level. Each student assists in a lower-division art course under the direct supervision of a faculty member. Students assist in technical instruction, critiques, and class discussions. May not be repeated for credit. Does not count toward upper-division major requirements. Enrollment restricted to art majors.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

ART 192 Directed Student Teaching

Teaching of a lower-division seminar under faculty supervision. (See course 42.) Students should have upper-division standing with a proposal supported by a faculty member willing to supervise. Students submit petition to sponsoring agency.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

ART 193 Field Study

Supervised off-campus study conducted under the immediate and direct guidance of a faculty supervisor. To be used primarily by upper-division students doing part-time off-campus study. Students submit petition to sponsoring agency. Petitions may be obtained in the Art Department Office.

Credits

5

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

ART 194 Forms and Ideas

A non-media specific class introducing a range of contemporary visual practices, contexts, issues, forms, and UCSC resources of use to artists, emphasizing relationships between material, form, meaning and between private expression, public communication, and systems of exchange.

Credits

5

Instructor

Claudio Bueno

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to junior and senior art majors. Strongly recommended for junior transfer art majors.

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 196 Independent Senior Project

Student will concentrate on completing work for comprehensive exhibition under the direction of his or her art adviser, with help from other faculty as needed. Students submit petition to sponsoring agency.

Credits

5

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

ART 197 Individual Study

Individual study in areas approved by sponsoring instructors. Students submit petition to sponsoring agency.

Credits

5

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

ART 198 Independent Field Study

Provides for department-sponsored independent study programs off campus for which faculty supervision is not in person (e.g., supervision is by correspondence). Students submit petition to sponsoring agency.

Credits

5

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

ART 199 Tutorial

Individual study in areas approved by sponsoring instructors. Students submit petition to sponsoring agency.

Credits

5

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

ART 199F Tutorial

Tutorial

Credits

2

Repeatable for credit

Yes

ART 210A Practice-Based Research Group: Sites

The first in the required core course sequence taken by students in the first year of the environmental art and social practice M.F.A. The sequence offers students a graduated learning opportunity to engage in practice-based research in the field. The concept of practice-based research involves "an original investigation undertaken in order to gain new knowledge partly by means of practice and the outcomes of that practice." (Sydney) In this site-specific course, students apply research to site work and art practice.

Credits

5

Instructor

Laurie Palmer

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 210B Practice-Based Research Group: Systems

The second in the required core course sequence taken by students in the first year of the environmental art and social practice M.F.A. The sequence offers students a graduated learning opportunity to engage in practice-based research in the field. The concept of practice-based research involves "an original investigation undertaken in order to gain new knowledge partly by means of practice and the outcomes of that practice." (Sydney) Students develop their research through the lens of systems and relationships.

Credits

5

Instructor

Hibbert-Jones

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 210A. Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 210C Practice-Based Research Group: Contexts

Third in the required core course sequence taken by students in the first year of the environmental art and social practice M.F.A. The sequence offers students a graduated learning opportunity to engage in practice-based research in the field. The concept of practice-based research involves "an original investigation undertaken in order to gain new knowledge partly by means of practice and the outcomes of that practice." (Sydney) Students engage with questions of context and community.

Credits

5

Instructor

Elliot Anderson

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 220 Methods and Histories

First-year seminar on methods of the field. Topics include: strategies for artists working in the field, social and environmental art research methods, histories and case studies (artists, projects, and issues).

Credits

5

Instructor

Elizabeth Stephens

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 230 Theory and Practice

First- or second-year graduate seminar focusing on contemporary theory as it relates to social and environmental art practice.

Credits

5

Instructor

Enrique Leal

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 220. Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 240 Art Pedagogies

First-year seminar course introducing and exploring pedagogical methods and approaches in art education and in art practice. The teachings of Paolo Freire and others serve as working models to construct open and respectful learning environments both in and outside the classroom.

Credits

2

Instructor

Jorgge Menna Barreto

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 250 Writing Matters

First-year seminar course focusing on research and writing skills as a dimension of project-based art practice and as support for planning a thesis. This course can be taken for Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only.

Credits

2

Instructor

Jorgge Menna Barreto

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 257 Immersive Arts Field Research

Immersive site-specific field research over the span of a four-day (24 hours/overnight) field trip utilizing public lands of California, via the UC Natural Reserve System. Students engage and relate to a specific place while exploring concepts of site-specificity and develop their own new inquiries about a place by experiencing it physically and by learning about contemporary art concepts through topics of land use. Students also reflect upon the multiple factors that constitute a "site" and how they present possibilities for creative engagement, learn research method skills and approaches that are unique to each site historically, politically, culturally, and environmentally. Due to the rigor of the course, students must submit an application demonstrating the commitment and preparation necessary for successful completion of the class. Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5

Instructor

Karolina Karlic

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Spring

ART 260 Curatorial Collective

Second-year seminar course focusing on exhibition, curatorial questions, and practices as they relate to presenting final thesis work for public reception. Covers practical, theoretical, and historical considerations for artists and researchers in the process of preparing for presenting the outcome of MFA research. Students examine multiple modalities for presentation and exhibition and address issues of diversity and access in exhibition and curatorial practices. This course can be taken for Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only.

Credits

2

Instructor

TBA

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 270A Project Development and Critique I

First in a sequence of two second-year courses, continuing the focus on students' production and critique. Through peer discussions students continue to deepen their ability to engage in conceptual, scholarly, and interdisciplinary dialogue about their projects and the work of fellow students.

Credits

5

Instructor

Jennifer Parker

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 210A, ART 210B, ART 210C, and ART 220.

Quarter offered

Fall

ART 270B Project Development and Critique II

Second in a sequence of two second-year courses, continuing the focus on students' production and critique. Through peer discussions students continue to deepen their ability to engage in conceptual, scholarly and interdisciplinary dialogue about their projects and the work of fellow students.

Credits

5

Instructor

Karolina Karlic

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 270A.

Quarter offered

Winter

ART 280 MFA Project Production

Students produce their final project in conjunction with refining and completing their written thesis. Critique, tutorials, and directed study in writing and studio production leads to the presentation of their project.

Credits

5

Instructor

Jimin Lee

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ART 270A and ART 270B. Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Quarter offered

Spring

ART 297 Independent Study

Independent study or research for graduate students. Students submit petition to sponsoring agency.

Credits

5

Instructor

The Staff

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

ART 299 Thesis Research

Students complete work toward their final thesis project with the guidance and supervision of a faculty member. Students obtain permission from the faculty member and submit petition to sponsoring agency.

Credits

2

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students in the environmental art and social practice program.

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

ART 299F Thesis Research

Students work on integrating their writing with their project production under close supervision with a faculty member. M.F.A. students take this each quarter of their second year. Prerequisite(s): ART 210A, ART 210B, ART 210C, and ART 220.

Credits

2

Instructor

The Staff

Repeatable for credit

Yes

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

Cross-listed courses that are managed by another department are listed at the bottom.

Cross-listed Courses

DANM 140 Introduction to 3D Printing, Laser Cutting, and More

Learn to design functional objects, sculpture, and other digitally inspired forms in a variety of 3-D applications (Cinema 4-D, Maya, AutoCad, Rhino, SketchUp), then produce those models as physical objects with a variety of rapid prototyping methods including additive 3-D printing, CNC milling, vacuum forming, and laser cutting.

Credits

5

Cross Listed Courses

ART 105

General Education Code

PR-C

THEA 103 Design Concept Development

Students develop an advanced design project related to theatrical production, apparel or housewares, marketing collateral, packaging or product development, or any related fields. Students address research and development, materials sourcing, budgeting, fabrication, and portfolio-quality presentation materials. Prerequisite(s): THEA 10; or two courses from ART 10D, ART 10E, and ART 10F. Enrollment is by permission of the instructor. THEA 106 is recommended as preparation.

Credits

5

Cross Listed Courses

ART 143T

Instructor

The Staff

THEA 106 Digital Illustration

Introduces digital rendering techniques using the Adobe Creative Suite. Using Adobe Creative Suite, students solve design problems. Enrollment by permission of the instructor.

Credits

5

Cross Listed Courses

ART 146T

Instructor

The Staff

THEA 117 Design Studio: Costume

Students learn advanced principles and theory of costume design, and apply these toward a large project for theatrical/film production or for character design for animation and gaming.

Credits

5

Cross Listed Courses

ART 147T

Instructor

The Staff

General Education Code

IM