ART 2100: Art Fundamentals: Theory and Practice

Code

ART 2100

LENGUAGE

English

Terms

Summer I, Summer II, Fall, Spring,

Credit

3

REQUIREMENTS

NONE

FEES

$ USD 795

This course is designed to help the beginner student discover personal meaning in works of art, and develop a better understanding of the nature and validity of art as a visual and spatial language (line, shape, volume, light, space, time, motion, color and texture). Students will learn about the essential principles of art through experience and experimentation. If determined and open-minded, students will increase their creativity and discover more interesting ways to understand and evaluate the visual arts.

Emphasis will be placed on the diversity of form and content in artwork. With the right attitude, class experiences will be positive and memorable. By the end of the course, students should feel comfortable with the art materials used, and have a basic overview of the history of art and how it represents its society, particularly in Latin America.

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