ART 141 Drawing I (3–3L) O

An introduction to the formal and creative language of drawing with an emphasis on improving technical drawing skills and developing the ability to identify concepts related to visual perception and expression.

Note: A lab fee applies to this course.

 

ART 143 Drawing II (3–3L) O

A continuation of study of the formal and creative language of drawing with an emphasis on more advanced topics like colour theory, conceptualizing and effectively communicating ideas visually, image generating and research, and working with advanced drawing techniques.

Prerequisite: ART 141 or permission of the department

 

ART 200 Art History: Prehistory to Early Renaissance (3) B

This course provides a chronological and historical survey examining painting, sculpture, and architecture of Western cultures beginning with prehistory to the fifteenth century. This course will focus on significant developments in the visual arts and their connection to and reflection of the political, religious and social influences of the time. In addition, the course will consider how art can be interpreted through a Christian worldview.

 

ART 201 Art History: Late Renaissance to Contemporary Art (3) B

This course provides a chronological and historical survey examining painting, sculpture, and architecture of Western cultures beginning with the Renaissance to the present day. This course will focus on significant developments in the visual arts and their connection to and reflection of the political, religious, and social influences of the time. In addition, the course will consider how art can be understood through a Christian worldview.