BUS-160 Business Foundations
ARTS-251 Introduction to Painting
An introduction to the painting medium. This course initiates technical and visual problems and solutions related to the study of painting (color, form, shape, and composition), as well as an investigation of adjoining critical issues that include perception, representation, likeness, and facture. Students will be expected to produce visually effective paintings through control and execution of the media. This course addresses critical issues surrounding the production of painted images, the tradition of painting, and the use of painting as a means of developing observational skills, as well as critical and visual discernment. Visual, technical, and conceptual concerns will be reinforced through readings, discussions, demonstrations, and critiques. Materials fee. Prerequisite: Art Studio 250.