Sep 20, 2018  
Fall 2018 Course Catalog 
    
Fall 2018 Course Catalog

ART 107H - Art as Visual Experience - Honors

3 credits

This course is an introduction to art as a global form of visual language. Using basic materials and processes, students work on a series of conceptually driven projects that challenge them to think visually, work collaboratively, communicate ideas in material form, and make interdisciplinary links between other honors coursework. Assigned readings and class presentations will expose students to a range of diverse perspectives in contemporary art making practices and themes, and expand their understanding of what “art” can be.

Notes: This is an enriched version of  ART 107 - Art as Visual Experience , designed for the Honors College. This class is a hybrid art history and art studio course. A greater focus on visual arts critical theory and additional written assignments differentiate this curriculum from ART 107. No previous art skills are necessary, as projects will not involve any skill. Students must be able to read and write critically.

Prerequisites:  Permission from the Honors Co-Directors is required to register.
Pre or Corequisites: ENG 101 - Writing and Research