May 19, 2024  
2021-2022 Archived Catalog 
2021-2022 Archived Catalog

ART.-104 Studio Practices

Credits 1 / 1 Contact Hours
Pre-requisite: Placement into ACRD 080 
This is a first-year experience course for Studio Arts Majors. It is an introduction to working in a shared studio setting, art and studio practices of professional artists, exploration of different
careers in the visual arts, and exploring art resources in the surrounding communities. The course focuses on what it means to be a visual artist and related resources through discussion,
studio tours, artist talks, museum lectures, and active learning introducing students to a diverse range of ideas, processes, and contexts shaping the experience and practice of visual art today.

Course Outcomes
  1. develop and practice skills needed to be a successful studio arts student.
  2. create an individual plan with techniques that can be used to succeed in required art courses.
  3. describe several types of careers in the field of visual arts.
  4. develop an individual plan to accomplish one’s professional art goals.
  5. find and utilize a variety of art resources in the surrounding communities.
  6. describe and utilize basic art vocabulary.
  7. describe a variety of ways processes and contexts affect the practice of making, displaying, and selling art.