Course Abstract Details

ART-220, Drawing 2

Credits: 3

Course Description

ART-220, Drawing 2, emphasizes composition and expression, and the additional development of theories and practices of drawing. Class work will include figure drawing, critiques and lectures. Emphasis is on the development of specialized skills and self direction. Outside assignments may include drawings from landscapes, interiors, and still life. Prerequisite: exemption/completion of READ-091, ART-105, and ART-120. ART-105 may be taken concurrently. Two hours lecture. Two hours lab each week. Three credits. Three billable hours.

Course Objectives and Grading Information

Course Objectives Upon successful completion of ART-220 (C or better), the student will have met the following objectives: 

1. Demonstrate ability to use various drawing media to creatively express emotional implications of the subject. (GE 5/PG 1) 

2. Demonstrate ability to draw objects and figures in proper relationship to differing eye levels and in correct relationship to the environment. (GE 5/PG 1) 

3. Demonstrate ability to analyze and record the structure, texture and scale of organic forms with originality and personal style. (GE 2/PG 2) 

4. Demonstrate ability to interpret and adhere to assignment goals and specs by maintaining an increasingly original and mature portfolio both real and electronic. (GE 7/PG 5) 

5. Demonstrate appreciation for and understanding of historical and cultural influences in art, relative to Drawing, through research and written response. (GE 6/PG 4)

Learning Goals

The abbreviations in parentheses represent Learning Goals which have been identified for this course and program of study:

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