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1 GRACE COLLEGE AND SEMINARY CATALOG Visual, Performing, and Media Arts Department Kim M. Reiff, M.F.A. Chair Richard W. Wanjema, M.F.A. J. D. Woods, M.Div. Part-time Faculty: Cynthia Bryan, M.S. Nicole Croy, M.A. Katrina Fogarty, M.F.A. Don Swartzentruber, M.F.A Visual, Performing, and Media Arts 1 May 2015

2 VISUAL, PERFORMING, AND MEDIA ARTS DEPARTMENT MISSION AND PURPOSE Purpose: The department s purpose is to prepare students in knowledge and skills for advanced achievement of their combined capabilities in studio, analysis, history, and technology. 1 Goal: In preparation for professional careers in art and design our goal is to provide students with studies, practice, and experiences 2 from a Christ-centered perspective that will serve to guide in the development of their ability to: 1) demonstrate excellence in creative work, 2) achieve competency in the use of tools and technology in their areas of specialty, and 3) articulate analytical perceptions in theoretical, cultural and stylistic contexts. 1 Faith Integration: We look to scripture to understand the source of our creativity. In Genesis 1:1, we read, In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth. Foundational art methods of concept, process, product, and critique are revealed in Genesis 1:2-4. When the earth was in darkness, God conceptualized light. Next, came His process and product. He spoke the words, Let there be light, and there was light. He then evaluated what He had made and proclaimed that it was good. 3 Because creativity is an act of worship, our work is infused with our faith. As artists, we envision the great Creator. Being made in His image, we strive to achieve His example of excellence so that we, too, can evaluate our creative work as good. The Visual, Performing, and Media Arts Department is dedicated to assisting students in the synthesis of defining their calling as artists, Christians, and professionals that will enable them to communicate with expertise in a visually oriented world. Outcomes: 1) Students will demonstrate achievement of professional, entry-level competence in the major area of specialization, including significant technical mastery, capability to produce work and solve professional problems independently, and a coherent set of artistic/intellectual goals that are evident in their work % participation required. Assessment: A senior project or final presentation in the major area is required. (Addresses Character) 2) Students will demonstrate competency by developing a body of work for evaluation in the major area of study % participation required. Assessment: A senior body of work installed for public exhibition in the major area is required. (Addresses Competence) 3) Students will demonstrate the ability to form and defend value judgments about art and design and to communicate art/design ideas, concepts, and requirements to professionals and laypersons related to the practice of the major field % participation required. Assessment: A scholarly product or final presentation relevant to field experience in the major area is required. (Addresses Service) References: 1 See NASAD (National Assoc. of Schools of Art and Design) Handbook ( ), pp (VIII.B., C.) 2 See NASAD (National Assoc. of Schools of Art and Design) Handbook ( ), pp (VIII.A.1-5). 3See The Holy Bible, King James Version (2010). Genesis, (p 1). Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan. Visual, Performing, and Media Arts 2 May 2015

3 MAJORS Art Graphic Design Illustration Photography Web Design and Development. Grace College and Seminary Catalog Students who elect to double major in two art programs will have the option to fulfill a minor requirement. Only select foundational courses may count for two majors. Elective courses must be unique to each major and/or minor. A Bachelor of Arts degree candidate completes the required 6 credit hours of a foreign language or biblical language, while the requirements for a Bachelor of Science degree includes 3 credit hours of math and 3 credit hours of a science or social science course. ART The requirement for this major is 42 credit hours for either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree. The Art major focuses on the breadth of general studies in the visual arts within the context of a liberal arts framework. It is designed to develop through experience the student s sensitivity and technical skills, to increase the ability to make workable connections between concept and media, and to gain discernment of quality in works of art. The following courses are required: Foundation Art Courses ART2400 Painting I ART3310 Art History: Beginning to Renaissance General Art Courses ART1300 Photography I (or choose ART2600) ART2600 Digital Photography (or choose ART1300) ART2120 Three-Dimensional Design ART2200 Ceramics I ART3150 Printmaking ART4420 Senior Art/Design Portfolio Electives: Nine credits to be chosen from: ART1220 Drawing II ART1300 Photography I ART2300 Basic Graphic Design ART2600 Digital Photography ART2700 Life Drawing ART3180 Painting II ART3200 Ceramics II ART3240 Watercolor Painting Visual, Performing, and Media Arts 3 May 2015

4 ART3420 Typography ART3430 Illustration I ART3840 Selected Topics in Art ART4210 Selected Topics in Art History ART4230 Art Integrations ART4730 Art/Design Internship ART4830 Advanced Individual Study Grace College and Seminary Catalog GRAPHIC DESIGN The requirement for this major is 42 credit hours for either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree. A degree in Graphic Design will provide a strong foundation for careers within the innovative field of visual communication design. This major offers structured opportunities for the study of static and dynamic formats to address functional visual communication needs. The purpose of the Graphic Design major is to develop students basic visual communication design skills, increase their knowledge of technical production processes, focus on relationships among audience, context, and content, and address problems ranging in scale from project components to complex systems that encompass intersections among communication and various social, cultural, technological, economic, physical, and service contexts. The following courses are required: Foundation Art Courses ART3310 Art History: Beginning to Renaissance Graphic Design Courses ART2120 Three-Dimensional Design ART2300 Basic Graphic Design ART3420 Typography ART4470 Advanced Graphic Design ART4420 Senior Art/Design Portfolio Electives: Nine credits to be chosen from: ART1220 Drawing II ART1300 Photography I ART2200 Ceramics I ART2400 Painting I ART2600 Digital Photography ART2700 Life Drawing ART3150 Printmaking ART3180 Painting II ART3240 Watercolor Painting ART 3430 Illustration I ART3600 Photography II ART3840 Selected Topics in Art Visual, Performing, and Media Arts 4 May 2015

5 ART4210 Selected Topics in Art History ART4230 Art Integrations ART4730 Art/Design Internship ART4830 Advanced Individual Study Grace College and Seminary Catalog ILLUSTRATION The requirement for this major is 42 credit hours for either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree. The Illustration major will provide students with a strong foundation for careers that showcase their artistic styles. The Illustration major focuses on developing expertise in several genres, perfecting individual style, and learning the fine points of self-marketing. The purpose of the Illustration major is to utilize design principles and elements to address specific narratives and expressive problems, and produce images that contain a dynamic visual language that synthesizes and translates human knowledge and experiences into visual forms. The following courses are required: Foundation Art Courses ART2400 Painting I ART3310 Art History: Beginning to Renaissance Illustration Courses ART2700 Life Drawing ART3430 Illustration I ART3550 Illustration II ART3500 Advanced Illustration ART4420 Senior Art/Design Portfolio Electives: Nine credits to be chosen from: ART1220 Drawing II ART1300 Photography I ART2120 Three-Dimensional Design ART2200 Ceramics I ART2600 Digital Photography ART3150 Printmaking ART3180 Painting II ART3240 Watercolor Painting ART3420 Typography ART3840 Selected Topics in Art ART4210 Selected Topics in Art History ART4230 Art Integrations ART4730 Art/Design Internship ART4830 Advanced Individual Study Visual, Performing, and Media Arts 5 May 2015

6 PHOTOGRAPHY The requirement for this major is 42 credit hours for either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree. The photography major will provide students a foundation for understanding photographic techniques and processes used within the industry and its relationship to visual disciplines and influence on culture. The purpose of the photography major is to develop proficient individualized conceptual and technical skills to produce imagery that will visually communicate in a variety of marketplaces. The following courses are required: Foundation Art Courses ART3310 Art History: Beginning to Renaissance Photography Courses ART1300 Photography I ART2600 Digital Photography ART3150 Printmaking ART3600 Photography II ART4300 Advanced Photography ART4420 Senior Art/Design Portfolio Electives: Nine hours to be chosen from: ART1220 Drawing II ART2120 Three-Dimensional Design ART2200 Ceramics I ART2400 Painting I ART2700 Life Drawing ART3180 Painting II ART3240 Watercolor Painting ART3420 Typography ART3430 Illustration I ART3840 Selected Topics in Art ART4210 Selected Topics in Art History ART4230 Art Integrations ART4730 Art/Design Internship ART4830 Advanced Individual Study WEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT The requirement for this major is 42 credit hours for either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree. A minor is required. While suggested minors include Graphic Design, Photography, Marketing, or Communications, students may select any minor in their interest area. This program is designed to prepare students for professional careers, which utilize both artistic design and technology development skills. Visual, Performing, and Media Arts 6 May 2015

7 This major will provide a foundational understanding by integrating courses and competencies from both the Visual, Performing, and Media Arts Department and the Information Systems program. By learning to uniquely balance both aspects of design and development, students will be capable of creating an aesthetically pleasing design, as well as implementing their design through the development of a functional web product. The following courses are required: Graphic Design Foundation ART2300 Basic Graphic Design Information Systems Foundation* ISM1150 Introduction to Computer Science ISM 2150 Object Directed Computer Programming ISM2700 Introduction to Web Development ISM3400 Database ISM4120 Server-side Programming ISM4110 Client-side Programming Marketing Component: Select one MKT2150 Marketing Principles COM3460 Organizational Communication/Behavior Capstone Course ART4420 Senior Art/Design Portfolio *NOTE: ISM and MKT course numbers are offered by the School of Business. For more information on these and other Marketing and Information Systems courses, please refer to that portion of the catalog. COM course numbers are offered by the Languages, Literature, and Communication Department. Please refer to that portion of the catalog for more information. MINORS ART MINOR (for non-art majors) Non-Art majors may select the Art Minor for breadth of focus in the visual arts. This general Art Minor is intended for students pursuing bachelor degrees in disciplines outside the field of art. The requirement for the Art Minor is 21 hours. The following courses are required: Foundation Art Courses (9 credits): Select one of the following Art History Courses: ART3310 Art History: Beginning to Renaissance ART4210 Selected Topics in Art History Art Electives (12 credits): Students choose any combination of ART courses. (See following pages for course descriptions.) Visual, Performing, and Media Arts 7 May 2015

8 GRAPHIC DESIGN MINOR Intended for students pursuing any major area of study. Students who are completing a major in a different art discipline may select the minor in Graphic Design. The requirement for the Graphic Design Minor is 21 hours. May not duplicate major requirements or major electives. Required courses (15 credits): Select one of the following: ART2102 Three-Dimensional Design ART3150 Printmaking Complete each of the following: ART2300 Basic Graphic Design ART3420 Typography ART4470 Advanced Graphic Design Electives (6 credits): Students choose any combination of ART courses not already selected for the major. Non-art majors select and. (See following pages for course descriptions.) ILLUSTRATION MINOR Intended for students pursuing any major area of study. Students who are completing a major in a different art discipline may select the minor in Illustration. The requirement for the Illustration Minor is 21 hours. May not duplicate major requirements or major electives. Required courses (15 credits): Select one of the following: ART1220 Drawing II ART3180 Painting II Complete each of the following: ART2700 Life Drawing ART3430 Illustration I ART 3550 Illustration II ART3500 Advanced Illustration Electives (6 credits): Students choose any combination of ART courses not already selected for the major. Non-art majors select and ART2400 Painting I. (See following pages for course descriptions.) PHOTOGRAPHY MINOR Intended for students pursuing any major area of study. The requirement for the Photography Minor is 21 hours. Visual, Performing, and Media Arts 8 May 2015

9 Required courses (15 credits): ART1300 Photography I ART2600 Digital Photography ART3600 Photography II ART4300 Advanced Photography Electives (6 credits): Students choose 6 credit hours of any combination of ART courses. May not duplicate major requirements or major electives. (See following pages for course descriptions.) COURSE DESCRIPTIONS HUM2100 Creative Arts and Culture Through a global, thematic approach, this course explores the human phenomenon of creativity. Posing the question "Why creative arts? this course focuses on exploring how culture and creativity reflect each other within the realm of visual and performing arts. Through themes of survival, religion, the state, and self, this course examines artists roles within cultures, the way art is made or performed, how meaning is derived, and how art is used. Required experiential activities for engaging in visual and performing arts include such things as attending museum exhibits, concerts or theatrical productions. Three hours. (Liberal Arts Core requirement). This course is for the beginning art student, focusing on basic drawing principles and developing visual perception. The primary emphasis is on structural drawing and is accomplished using varied studio exercises. Three hours. ART1220 Drawing II Drawing II explores the expressive applications of the student s drawing ability. Included are experiments with various media and problems in structural drawing, expressive sketching, and experimental techniques. Prerequisite: ART1200. Three hours. ART1300 Photography I An introduction to the fine art of photography, this course will emphasize creative and technical aspects of black-and-white photography. Study will include composition, aesthetic awareness, darkroom procedures and alternative processes. SLR camera required. Studio fees apply. Three hours. From the simple application of color to the complex devices that create illusionary space, this foundational lecture/studio course concentrates on the basic elements of two-dimensional and three-dimensional design. Students will apply aesthetics and theoretical methods. Oral and written art criticisms are employed. Three hours. ART2120 Three-Dimensional Design This is an introductory studio course in the varied principles of three-dimensional design. Projects explore traditional and experimental materials. Prerequisite ART2110. Three hours. Visual, Performing, and Media Arts 9 May 2015

10 ART2200 Ceramics I An introduction to the study of ceramics as a three-dimensional medium. Through handconstructed and wheel-thrown clay forms, students will explore issues in contemporary art. Ceramics processes will include glazing and firing. Studio fees apply. Three hours. ART2300 Basic Graphic Design A course that uses project assignments to teach the application of visual graphic communication techniques as well as functional art production and relationships between audience, content, and context. Prerequisites: ART1200, ART2110. Three hours. ART2400 Painting I The study and application of the oil painting media with an emphasis on a technical working knowledge and its application to a personal style. Three hours. This computer laboratory art course introduces tools and techniques for digital-based imaging and editing. Utilizing Adobe software, this course focuses on the development of visual design skills through digital photo manipulation and technical processes. Three hours. A computer laboratory course that introduces software utilized for visual communication design. Focusing on project-based page design and layout, students will examine typography, brand standards, and the process of critique. Approaches to print, web, and presentation page design will be explored. Three hours. ART2600 Digital Photography Students explore digital photography as a tool for media communication. Contemporary issues will include ethics in story-telling and professional practices, file management, digital problem solving, and computer editing techniques. Studio fees apply. Three hours. ART2700 Life Drawing This course focuses on the theory and practice of drawing life forms from constructive anatomical human figures to environmental life forms. The course includes sketchbook journal development. Prerequisite: ART1200. Three hours. ART3150 Printmaking This is an introductory survey course. Students apply drawing and design skills to express ideas through application of traditional and experimental printmaking methods. Three hours. ART3180 Painting II Students learn advanced techniques and skills in oils, acrylics, and other media. Exploration of themes will include the landscape, still life, and portraiture. Prerequisite: ART2400 or permission of instructor. Three hours. ART3240 Watercolor Painting This course is an introduction to transparent watercolor medium. Methods and techniques will be explored. Three hours. ART3310 Art History: Beginning to Renaissance This is a survey of art forms from ancient times to the Renaissance. The primary focus is on the Visual, Performing, and Media Arts 10 May 2015

11 Western European art traditions. Contextually, cultures of other people groups are discussed. Three hours. This art history course is a survey of art forms from the Renaissance to the present. The primary focus is on the Western European art traditions. Contextually, cultures of other people groups are discussed. Three hours. ART3420 Typography A study of letter forms, historical influences, and how type is used as an effective element in context of visual communication design. Prerequisites: ART2500 or ART2550. Three hours. ART3430 Illustration I This introductory course explores fundamentals of illustrative design and how principles and elements are utilized to address specific narrative or expressive problems. A survey of historical and current trends in illustration and an overview of basic business practices are examined. Prerequisites: ART1200, ART2110. Three hours. ART3500 Advanced Illustration Emphasis is placed on critical thinking in illustration design, and developing a body of advanced illustrative work in preparation for the professional portfolio. Time is spent examining professional business practices. Prerequisites: ART3430 and ART3550. Three hours. ART 3550 Illustration II This course focuses on developing individual conceptual and technical abilities through research, experimentation with materials, and critical examination of illustrative strengths. Prerequisite: ART 3430 ART3600 Photography II This course focuses on advanced conceptual abilities, photographic experimentation, and technical processes in film and digital applications. Alternative processes will be explored. Each student must provide DSLR and SLR cameras. Prerequisites: ART1300 and ART2600. Studio fees apply. Three hours. ART3840 Selected Topics in Art Advanced level course that emphasizes a specialized art-making experience resulting in a product for the student's portfolio. Prerequisite: Art Major or Art Minor or permission of instructor. Three hours (1 APL). ART4210 Selected Topics in Art History Selected Art Historical topic offered on an as-available basis. Content includes research, field experience, and product. Three hours (1 APL). ART4230 Art Integrations Advanced level synthesis in making art forms, with cross-discipline or community integration that would result in a new body of work for final portfolio, exhibition or installation purposes. Prerequisite: ART1200 and ART2110, other medium-specific ART courses, or permission of instructor. Three hours (1 APL). ART4300 Advanced Photography This course will emphasize advanced individual photographic exploration for the purpose of Visual, Performing, and Media Arts 11 May 2015

12 developing significant personal imagery. Students will create a body of work that focuses on portfolio development and professional application in film, digital, and alternative processes. Each student must provide a DSLR and an SLR camera. Prerequisite: ART3600. Studio fees apply. Three hours. ART4420 Senior Art/Design Portfolio A senior capstone course for students majoring in one of the following: art, graphic design, illustration, photography, or web design and development. The focus will be on developing individual stylistic approaches in reaching visual communication goals. Three hours (1 APL). ART4470 Advanced Graphic Design This course provides students with advanced practice and development of static and dynamic formats. Focus will include technical processes, collaboration, and the service of human-centered design. Prerequisites: ART2500, ART2550, and ART Three hours. ART4730 Art/Design Internship Qualified art majors receive on-the-job training at a cooperating organization. Internships may be pursued through the Visual, Performing, and Media Arts Department or Applied Learning Program. Prerequisite: approval by department chair or APL director. Three hours (120 hours of work experience) (3 APL). ART4830 Advanced Individual Studies This art-based research course focuses on an advanced individual topic selected by the student. Prerequisite: completion of major course requirements or permission of the instructor. Three hours (3 APL). May be repeated up to 6 hours. Visual, Performing, and Media Arts 12 May 2015

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