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Program : Liberal Arts - Drawing Program : Liberal Arts - Drawing Program : Liberal Arts - Drawing Program : Liberal Arts - Drawing Program : Liberal Arts - Drawing

Drawing Courses
Strong drawing skills are crucial to all of the visuals arts. These skills allow you to experiment with creative ideas to communicate with a variety of drawing media, techniques, and processes using such elements as line, shape, form, value, contour and perspective.

ART 133: Drawing
This course introduces the analysis of visual form and principles of responsive drawing. It includes perspective, chiaroscuro and figure drawing. Credits: 3, Prereq: none

ART 134: Drawing II
Continue the skills you learned in Drawing. There is an emphasis on figure drawing from models and various media, as well as the development of personal expression and yourportfolio. Credits: 3, Prereq: ART-133

ART 138: Figure Drawing
This familiarizes students with drawing the human figure. The course focuses on observational drawing from the model, emphasizing the activity of drawing from life, refining skills in observation and rendering. Attention is given to formal aspects of drawing, including methods of approach and execution, personal expression and broader expectations vis--vis critique. Credits: 3, Prerequisite: Art-133 or equivalent