Aesthetic and Critical Inquiry
As a learning outcome students can:
-- use appropriate terminology in written and verbal form
-- participate in the critique process
-- describe, analyze, interpret, and judge artworks


Cultural and Historical Context

As a learning outcome students can:
-- use appropriate terminology in written and verbal form
-- understand a work of art in terms of time, place, and culture
-- understand artistic movements/periods
-- understand a work of art in terms of ethnicity/gender
-- become aware of possible career options


Studio Skills
As a learning outcome students can:
-- produce original works of art
-- manipulate a variety of media, tools, and techniques
-- apply the elements and principles of design
-- plan and organize a series of steps
-- experiment, discover, and invent
-- utilize technology and practice craftsmanship


Personal Development

As a learning outcome students can:
-- demonstrate a commitment to art
-- maintain a sketchbook/journal
-- value work and respect materials
-- work both independently and cooperatively in a studio setting
-- participate actively in art events, exhibits, and programs

 

 

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