Art

Art 111.6 (97)

Painting Foundation

CRN: 80895

Term: 1 & 2 (2 tutorial and 2 practicum hours)

Time: Every Second Saturday, 10:00 am - 3:50 pm

Professor: Clint Hunker

Description:

Explores the principles and elements of the language of art as related to the process of painting. Discussion and exposure to a variety of tools, materials and media will be included. Historical reference to stylistic changes and various aesthetic concepts will be explored.

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Art 112.6 (97)

Drawing 1 Foundation

CRN: 81143

Term: 1 & 2 (3 tutorial hours)

Time: Thursday, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Professor: Grant McConnell

Description:

Learning to draw through the fundamentals offered in university instruction is one of the most satisfying experiences you will have in your education. We cover the basics of form in drawing, including the Elements of Art and the Principles of Design. In our studio environment at SPC we can offer a wide range of subject matter, from still life and figure drawing through to extended media investigations in drawing. Enhanced with in-class lectures and image presentations of the works of well-known artists, most of our class time involves active drawing. A supportive studio class environment is strongly emphasized. 

Note:

Drawing students must provide their own drawing materials.

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Art 211.6 (97)

Title: Painting and Related Work II

CRN: 81144

Term: 1 & 2 (3 tutorial hours)

Time: Every Second Saturday, 10:00 am - 3:50 pm

Professor: Clint Hunker

Prerequisites: Art 111.6.

Description:

Continual identification of concepts and methods as they relate to the expression, structure, media and skills of pictorial art. Students may experiment with painting media and work from any subject matter. Students must acquaint themselves with the materials of their craft and their correct use in producing technically sound works of art. Emphasizes the student's artistic growth and development.

Note:

Painting students must provide their own painting materials.

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Art 212.6 (97)

Title: Drawing and Related Work II

CRN: 81145

Term: 1 & 2 (3 tutorial hours)

Time: Thursday, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Professor: Grant McConnell

Prerequisites: Art 112.6 

Description:

Learning to draw through the fundamentals offered in university instruction is one of the most satisfying experiences you will have in your education. We cover the basics of form in drawing, including the Elements of Art and the Principles of Design. In our studio environment at SPC we can offer a wide range of subject matter, from still life and figure drawing through to extended media investigations in drawing. Enhanced with in-class lectures and image presentations of the works of well-known artists, most of our class time involves active drawing. A supportive studio class environment is strongly emphasized. 

Note:

Drawing students must provide their own drawing materials.

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