art historyTime: Online
Instructor: Jenny Fine

This course will provide students with the knowledge and experience necessary to understanding, creating, analyzing, evaluating, and interpreting visual imagery. Students will engage with print and online imagery as well as visiting art museums and creating their own visual images. They will also curate a collection of images that comprises their course project, along with writing visual criticism, and actively participating in hands-on class activities.
art historyTime: Online
Instructor: Jenny Fine

This course will provide students with the knowledge and experience necessary to understanding, creating, analyzing, evaluating, and interpreting visual imagery. Students will engage with print and online imagery as well as visiting art museums and creating their own visual images. They will also curate a collection of images that comprises their course project, along with writing visual criticism, and actively participating in hands-on class activities.
ArtTime: T/Th 5:00-7:30
Instructor: Lanette Parker

This class is intended to provide the student of figure drawing with the technical information necessary to draw the human figure convincingly in various positions. This course will explore the role figure in traditional and contemporary art. This course will utilize live models.
ArtTime: T/Th 2:00-4:30
Instructor: Gary Chapman

Students will explore both traditional and contemporary approaches to painting from observation; including direst observation, the use of personal photographs and appropriated imagery. Specific and open assignments will challenge students to employ various narratives, symbolic and metaphoric devices in order to create paintings with conceptual purpose.
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