FA 102 Studio Art Foundations I
This course consists of a series of intensive thematic workshops in which all sections of the class will be exploring topics through a variety of two-dimensional and three-dimensional materials and processes. Examples of the themes covered in this course are: identity, environment and language.
Some materials used in this course are: acrylic paint, cardboard, water color, wood, plaster, found objects and paper. The students in each of the sections of this course will meet together once a week as a large lecture session in addition to the twice a week studio component. During lectures students will meet to share project ideas, thematic components of the course, group projects, large critiques and films.
The class will meet for 6 hours weekly (in studio and lecture combined), with at least as many hours of independent work outside of class. This class is required for art majors, but non-art majors interested in art are encouraged to enroll. There is lecture component to this course that take place every Monday from 4:30 until 6:00. Attendance and participation are mandatory.