Art & Design, Studio Art Minor
The minor in Studio Art provides students the opportunity to compliment or enhance a major in another area of study. Students receive a foundational experience rooted in drawing, 3D foundations, and two additional studio practices of their choosing (Ceramics, Photography, Painting, Sculpture, and Printmaking).
|IAART-110||Introduction to Art History||4|
|or IAART-100||Foundations of Design|
|or IAART-120||Drawing I|
|Select two of the following:||8|
Upon completion of the Studio Art Minor Students will be able to demonstrate:
- The ability to verbally demonstrate appropriate usage of visual art and design foundational nomenclature
- The ability to visually demonstrate understanding of visual art and design foundational concepts.
- A rudimentary understanding of art History: a range of relevant art historical meanings and definitions across a global and historical time frame
- An understanding of the creative process and the objective, chemical, digital, knowledge, and individual creative voice necessary in the crafting of artwork in a particular art medium
- An understanding of historical and contemporary art practice and issues pertaining to specific art median skills
- Portfolios of artwork developed in 100- and 200-level studio art courses that demonstrate the successful utilization of specific studio practice skills
- A portfolio of artwork demonstrating a mastery of one medium and personal creative expression and concepts as indicated by in-depth projects in that studio discipline
- A basic level of art skills in a range of 2-4 studio mediums to support an understanding of contemporary mixed media art