Introduction to Painting for Non-Majors

3 credits

ARTPA_VS 1500

Art Painting - Visual Studies
College of Arts and Science

This course covers the basics of painting for non-School of Visual Studies majors. It offers an opportunity for students to work with some of the ideas, materials, and techniques of paint as visual language within a context of historical and contemporary painting. In addition to making, students engage in research as well as the critique process. Sections either in oil or acrylic; contact instructor. Expendable materials fee required. Prerequisites: Restricted to NON-School of Visual Studies majors only. Recommended: ARTDR_VS 1050.

Only one of this type of Humanities and/or Fine Arts courses may be applied towards meeting the Humanities and/or Fine Arts General Education Distribution of Content requirement.