Jun 19, 2024  
2019-20 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-20 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

FA 300 Advanced Drawing

(4 credits)
What is Drawing as a medium when not intended to represent the appearance of the world? This course introduces students to contemporary issue in drawing, building a bridge from work done in Drawing I and II. Figure/Ground, mark making, mapping, erasure, fragment, illusion/non-illusion, memory, as well as the use of non-traditional materials are topics for exploration. Attention to process, and the use of non-traditional materials are also included. Studio work is supported by slide lectures, discussions and critiques. Six studio hours weekly and independent work.

Prerequisite: FA 104 , FA 105 ; or permission of the instructor.