1 Sam Houston State University 1 ART (ARTS) ARTS Intro To The Visual Arts. 3 Hours. (SH Prior Course ID: ART 160); This course will introduce the visual elements of art, their nature, functions and relationships in Painting, Sculpture and Architecture to the non-major. Prerequisite: Non-Majors only. ARTS Exploring Contemporary Art. 3 Hours. This course presents a critical analysis of major themes in contemporary art, providing students with an appreciation of the artifacts of human imagination. Through the processes of synthesis and interpretation, students will engage in critical, creative, and innovative communication about contemporary works of art. ARTS Art History Survey I. 3 Hours. (SH Prior Course ID: ART 260); This course provides a chronological survey of the major monuments of painting, sculpture, architecture, textiles, and metalwork from the ancient through the medieval periods. ARTS Digital Art & New Technology. 3 Hours. This course will strengthen and complement current course offerings in the Department of Art, in particular, by providing more course offerings for non-majors. Our current course offerings do not include a study of contemporary art at the freshman level. ARTS W.A.S.H. - 2D. 3 Hours. (SH Prior Course ID: ART 130); This studio course introduces the studio arts, art history, theory and technology to the incoming student. It is designed to immerse students in an intense program of researching, interpreting and creating art in the twenty-first century. ARTS 1313 emphasizes the2-dimensional Arts. Its companion courses, ARTS 1314 and ARTS 1315, support this studio course with lectures, readings, visiting artists and demonstrations. Co-requisites: ARTS 1314 and ARTS ARTS W.A.S.H. - 3D. 3 Hours. (SH Prior Course ID: ART 131);This studio course introduces the studio arts, art history, theory and technology to the incoming student. It is designed to immerse students in an intense program of researching, interpreting and creating art in the twenty-first century. ARTS 1314 emphasizes the3- Dimensional Arts. Its companion courses, ARTS 1315 and ARTS 1313, support this studio course with lectures, readings, visiting artists and demonstrations. Co-requisites: ARTS 1315 and ARTS ARTS W.A.S.H. - Lecture. 3 Hours. (SH Prior Course ID: ART 132); This course introduces the concepts, theories and information for development in ARTS 1313 and ARTS 1314, the studio components linked with this visual arts foundation course. It is an arena for students to experience lectures, demonstrations, seminar activities and visiting speakers, as well as the more traditional aspects of the discipline. It is geared towards contemporary visual concerns and uses experimental techniques to expose students to an array of styles and methodologies. Co-requisites: ARTS 1313 and ARTS ARTS Drawing. 3 Hours. An in-depth study of the fundamental principles of drawing and mark making. Students will draw from observation and develop the ability to create 2 dimensional representations using Line, Value, Shape, Edge, Plane and Volume, Space, Texture, Perspective, and Gesture. The use of negative space and compositional strategies are emphasized. Traditions of drawing are examined and drawing is placed in a historical context that emphasizes its importance in contemporary art. ARTS Life Drawing I. 3 Hours. Drawing from the model in various media. Gesture drawing and figure structure are studied. Line, Value, and Shape, Plane and Volume are used as elements to depict the figure in space with accurate proportions. The study leads toward a final portfolio that demonstrates proficiency representing the figure in cohesive and complete compositions for submission to the BFA portfolio review. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315 and ARTS 1316 with a grade of C or better. ARTS Foundations In Digital Art. 3 Hours. (SH Prior Course ID: ART 262); This is an introductory course in the use of the computer as anart-making medium. The course introduces students to digital software and techniques, image creation and manipulation, digital design and compositional methods, and the use of digital tools as a vehicle of creative problem solving and personal creative expression. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS ARTS Sculpture I. 3 Hours. Students will explore a variety of processes and materials as ways of learning the vocabulary of three-dimensional art. Students will incorporate wood, metal, and found objects into art as ways of expanding their visual vocabulary. Group critiques will help the student learn contemporary approaches to art making, to improve their sculptural skills and to develop personal artistic vision. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS ARTS Principles Of Graphic Design. 3 Hours. (SH Prior Course ID: ART 234); This entry-level course is the first in building the foundation for graphic design. The emphasis is on creative thinking and problem solving and the development of the designeris process. Each project builds upon the previous in depth and complexity of that process. The student is introduced to computer application of two-dimensional concepts and output. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313,ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 2313.
2 2 Art (ARTS) ARTS Animation Concepts And Technqs. 3 Hours. The principles and techniques of traditional animation, including the principles of motion, storyboarding, flipbooks, cel and pencil animation. Also introduces students to the use of computers in animation. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 1316, ARTS 1317 and ARTS 2313 with a grade of C or better. ARTS D Computer Animation. 3 Hours. In this course, computer software is used to create 2D animations that incorporate traditional techniques and styles such as drawing and painting, cut paper, cel animation and stop action. Story development is emphasized and video editing techniques are practiced. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 2343 and ARTS 3317 with a grade of C or better. ARTS Photographic Visualization. 3 Hours. (SH Prior Course ID: ART 232); Students will be introduced to advanced exposure techniques and the principles necessary to master use of the large format camera. ARTS Digital Photography I. 3 Hours. (SH Prior Course ID: ART 233); This course introduces the student to the tools and techniques used in the scanning, creation, manipulation, and presentation of digital images. ARTS Photographic Concepts. 3 Hours. (SH Prior Course ID: ART 236); Students are introduced to basic camera functions and concepts, use of visual design elements and articulation of personal ideas through the medium of fine art photography. ARTS Painting I. 3 Hours. An introduction to the materials, techniques and concepts of oil painting. Emphasis is placed on painting from observation, the depiction light and shadow, and basic color theory. Process based painting and concept based abstraction are explored. Students will learn to recognize and use the tools and materials and nomenclature related to oil painting including supports and grounds, mediums, binders and brushes. The role of Painting in art history and in contemporary art will be examined. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS ARTS Performance and Video Art. 3 Hours. Students will explore performance and video art both in practice and theory including live performance, performance and video, live presence/virtual spaces, performance for the camera, site specific performance, and collaborative performance. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, and ARTS ARTS Printmaking. 3 Hours. An introduction to the techniques and procedures of printmaking. The emphasis is on relief, monoprint, and intaglio methods. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 1316 and ARTS ARTS Collage. 3 Hours. A class which follows the precepts of the twentieth century art form of using and exploring the juxtaposition and layering of a variety of materials and images. The dynamics of composition and a further investigation of the use of color and inherent capabilities of contrasting images and textures will be studied. Students will use a variety of materials including the found object, discarded papers, invented textures and painted surfaces to create their imagery. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 1316, ARTS 2313 and ARTS ARTS Life Drawing II. 3 Hours. This course explores the use of the figure as subject matter in art. Observational skills are practiced and refined and personal expression is emphasized. A variety of media are explored. The use of the figure in contemporary art is studied. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS ARTS Ceramics I. 3 Hours. An introduction to clay, the potential it has as a material and an overview of the basic principles involved in the forming/processing of it. The basic forming techniques will explore all aspects of hand building (pinch, coil and slab construction), as well as an introduction to the wheel. Basic firing techniques and finishes will be discussed. The emphasis of the course will be rooted in sculpture. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS ARTS Typography. 3 Hours. This foundation course introduces an overview of history, principles, processes and terminology of typography. Type sensitivity is developed through a variety of means: classifying and identifying typefaces, designing typographic logotypes, as well as designing with type. The majority of work is created on the computer. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 2323, ARTS ARTS Graphic Design In Context. 3 Hours. The techniques and processes of print media are explored. The use of color is emphasized. Students will be exposed to historical and aesthetic issues. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 2323, ARTS 3322.
3 Sam Houston State University 3 ARTS Corporate Identity Design. 3 Hours. Publication design problems are presented as they relate to a specific corporation/product. Typical projects include corporate identity systems and ad campaigns. Production methods are individually explored to produce presentation quality mockups. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 2323, ARTS 3322, ARTS ARTS Methods & Materials. 3 Hours. An introduction to sculptural form through projects involving woodworking and welding. Lectures and demonstrations will be given on tools, materials and safety procedures. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, and ARTS ARTS Graphic Design Production. 3 Hours. This advanced course focuses on graphic design production techniques and the application of contemporary tools and processes employed by visual designers. This course emphasizes the mastery of a digital workflow, concluding with the physical output. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 1316, ARTS 2313, ARTS 3322, ARTS ARTS Packaging Design. 3 Hours. This course will explore graphic communication and techniques for packaging structure and three dimensional-design issues. Experimentation with diverse materials and forms, typography, color, and images will be developed for the targeted audience based on depth of research and design brief. In addition, packaging sustainability will be addressed. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, and ARTS 3322 with a grade of C or better. ARTS Intro To 3D Computer Animation. 3 Hours. Basics of 3D Animation including 3D modeling techniques, key-framing and graph editing, shading, lighting and rendering. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 2313 and ARTS 2343 or ARTS 3317 (concurrent enrollment allowed) with a grade of C or better. ARTS Advanced 3D Computer Animation. 3 Hours. This course is designed for students who are experienced with basic 3D animation concepts and technical practice. The course introduces more sophisticated concepts and techniques and emphasizes animation development through hands-on practice. The course will focus on animation concepts, creative animation design, and expanding students? knowledge of topics, tools, and techniques. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 3343 with a grade of C or better. ARTS Motion Graphics. 3 Hours. A study of the use of type in motion to create animated graphic designs, logos, titles, and animated concrete poetry. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 2313 and ARTS 2343 or ARTS 3317 (concurrent enrollment allowed) with a grade of C or better. ARTS Experimental Animation. 3 Hours. This course is an exploration of alternative techniques in the creation of animation to include cutout animation, pixilation, lo-fi animation, as well as other emerging processes. Coursework will also focus on experimintal approaches to story and content generation. Readings and discussions will focus on technical, aesthetic, and theoretical issues relating to these disciplines. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 1317, ARTS 2313 and ARTS ARTS Visual Effects and Animation. 3 Hours. In this course students explore visual effects for animation and digital film making. Students concentrate on the creative pipeline for the development of visual effects and the procedures for planning, creating and applying such effects. Specific topics will include masking, particle systems, motion tracking, chroma key and other related techniques. Students will explore the use of visual effects for narrative and experimental contexts. Readings and discussions will focus ontechnical, aesthetic, and theoretical issues relating to this discipline. Prerequisite: ARTS ARTS The Photographic Digital Print. 3 Hours. This course will provide an investigation of traditional and alternative digital photographic printing and mixed media processes. Students will complete a portfolio of original photographic work demonstrating personal creative and conceptual development. ARTS Environmental Portraiture. 3 Hours. Blending portraiture and context, the environmental portrait illuminates the character and personality of its subject. Learning to photograph people in their natural surroundings thus capturing insight into their lives is the goal of this course. Students will complete a portfoilio of original photographic work focusing on the topic of environmental portraiture. ARTS Photography Seminar. 3 Hours. A different topic is presented each semester. May be repeated for credit.
4 4 Art (ARTS) ARTS Film Appreciation. 3 Hours. ARTS Human Form: A Photographc Stdy. 3 Hours. This course will take an investigative look into the use of the human form through the medium of photography. There will be discussion of the variety of contexts and representations of the human body throughout the history of art. Students will complete a body of photographic work using or referencing the human figure. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 2365, ARTS 2370, ARTS ARTS Studio Practices I. 3 Hours. Students learn the fundamentals of working with light both in the studio and on location. They are introduced to the use and control of existing light as well as high-powered electronic flash in the realm of digital photography. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, 1314, 1315, 2365, 2370, and 2375 with a grade of C or better. ARTS Studio Practices II. 3 Hours. This course is a continuation of ARTS Students will learn advanced studio lighting techniques while completing a body of creative photographic work. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 2365, ARTS 2370, ARTS 2375 and ARTS 3368 with a grade of C or better. ARTS Digital Photography II. 3 Hours. This course will engage students in an advanced study of the tools, techniques, and applications of digital photography in the desktop computing environment. Emphasis is placed onnon-destructive manipulation of images and digital workflow techniques. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 1365, ARTS 2370 and ARTS ARTS Digital Imaging. 3 Hours. This course involves the exploration of advanced computer imaging techniques in support of individual student interests. Advanced capture, manipulation, and printing procedures are explored and applied in developing digital portfolios. Credit 3 or 6. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS ARTS Alternative Photo Processes. 3 Hours. In this course students are introduced to a variety of non-standard photographic processes. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 2365, ARTS 2370, ARTS 2375 with a grade of C or better. ARTS Web Site Development. 3 Hours. This course introduces students to the process of designing and creating web sites for the World Wide Web. Beginning with an understanding of the Internet and HTML, the basic language of the web, students move on to work with authoring tools used in building and maintaining websites. The course concludes with a discussion of challenges facing web designers and the future of this powerful communication tool. Prerequisite: ARTS ARTS Photographic Narratives. 3 Hours. This course provides a broad and intensive investigation of visual narratives through photographic representation. Photographic books, journals, installations, slide shows, and mixed media collage will be explored as a means of developing visual fluency and personal expression. The implications of photographic sequencing and contextual significance will also be an emphasis of this course. ARTS Contemporary Issues In Pho. 3 Hours. This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of contemporary photographic trends. The work of photographers who are currently having an impact on fine art photography will be discussed along with critical analysis of art theory. Students will be expected to complete a body of photographic work that demonstrates personal conceptual development. Writing enhanced. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 2365, ARTS 2370, ARTS 2375 and ARTS ARTS History Of Photography. 3 Hours. A study is made of the history of photography from its earliest beginnings. Technical, visual, aesthetic and social aspects are considered. Writing enhanced. Prerequisite: ARTS 2386 or ARTS 3385 with a grade of C or better. ARTS The History Of Animation. 3 Hours. A survey of the History of Animation from early cartoons through contemporary special effects and 3D characters. The political, artistic and social uses of animation are examined. Prerequisite: ARTS 2386 OR ARTS ARTS Design History. 3 Hours. Design History provides an in-depth study of styles, schools, philosophies, and parallel fields of design from the Industrial Revolution to current day. Emphasis will be on the development of the profession of graphic design and its relationship to commerce and technology. Prerequisite: ARTS 2386 or ARTS ARTS Art History Survey II. 3 Hours. This course provides a chronological survey of the major monuments of painting, sculpture, architecture, textiles, and metalwork from the medieval period to the present. Writing enhanced.
5 Sam Houston State University 5 ARTS Special Topic. 1-6 Hours. An undergraduate seminar course concerning problems selected within an area of specialization. Variable Credit (1-3). (This course may be taken for Academic Distinction credit. See Academic Distinction Program in this catalog.) Prerequisite: 6 hours of credit in the area of investigation, with permission of the instructor and department chair. ARTS Independent Study. 1-3 Hours. This course is provided to allow the student, under the supervision of a faculty member, to develop specialized skills, to conduct an investigation into an area of special interest. Regular meetings will be held with the faculty sponsor. The course will culminate in a portfolio of photographs and/ or a scholarly written report. Departmental approval is required before student may enroll in this course. May be repeated or taken concurrently to a maximum of 6 hours. Variable credit (1-3). Prerequisite: ARTS 2375 and ARTS ARTS Advanced Painting. 3 Hours. Exploration of traditional painting processes and concepts along with the introduction of non-traditional techniques and materials. Emphasis is placed on skill development and individual exploration of ideas. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS ARTS Painting In Aquamedia. 3 Hours. The focus is on transparent watercolor. Landscape, still life, and the figure are emphasized, along with experimentation. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, and ARTS 3305 with a grade of C or better. ARTS Book Arts. 3 Hours. In this course students explore techniques and processes used to create books as an artistic expression. Techniques such as papermaking and bookbinding are used along with printmaking, photography, and drawing. Students use traditional and experimental book structures to create books that are personal expressions. Each student creates a series of books. The historical and conceptual foundations of contemporary artists' bookmaking is also examined. Prerequisite: ARTS ARTS Advanced Printmaking. 3 Hours. Advanced problems in printmaking. Special procedures and problems involving further investgation of various printmaking media and formats. An emphasis is placed on creative development. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, 1314, 1315, and 3310 with a grade of C or better. ARTS Advanced Studio. 3 Hours. This course is an interdisciplinary studio course emphasizing contemporary issues in art. Students will be encouraged to work in a variety of mediums, cross boundaries between mediums, incorporate technology, and collaborate. They will develop a body of work that is based on concepts relevant to personal expression and contemporary issues. Group and individual critiques will be used to evaluate progress and students will be encouraged to exhibit their work. Credit 3 Prerequisite: 6 hours Art at the 3000 level or higher. ARTS W.A.S.H Practicum. 3 Hours. Students will gain leadership and advanced critque skills while mentoring other students, contributing and particpating in the Workshop in Art Studio and History (W.A.S.H) program. Additionally, students will be expected to complete an independent studio project. Departmental approval is required. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, Senior standing. ARTS Professional Practices in Art. 3 Hours. This class is designed to prepare the art studio major for a professional presentation of their portfolio to present to a gallery or for admittance into graduate school. Students will learn how to photograph their art-work, write a resume, artist statement and cover letter. Crate building, mat cutting and frame making will also be covered. Class discussions, guest lectures and readings on current art topics are also required. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, and ARTS 1315 with a grade of C or better. ARTS Advanced Drawing. 3 Hours. Drawing problems with emphasis on the development of personal expressive techniques. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS ARTS Museum And Gallery Practices. 3 Hours. This course focuses on the practices and operations of Alternative Art Spaces, Commercial Art Galleries, and Museums of Art. Students will visit museums and galleries in the area and assist with exhibitions in the Gaddis Geeslin Gallery in the Department of Art. The course will cover art handling and installation, registration procedures, and curatorial theories and practices. Students will curate and mount an exhibit, and prepare press materials and publicity as a course project. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, and ARTS 2386 or ARTS 3385 with a grade of C or better. ARTS Sculpture II. 3 Hours. The exploration of three-dimensional media through the proper use of tools, working processes, and a variety of materials. Emphasis placed on skill development and individual exploration of ideas. Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, ARTS 2318.
7 Sam Houston State University 7 ARTS History Of Mexican Art. 3 Hours. This course is a survey of Mexican and Mesoamerican art. Students will study images of prehistoric artifacts and the art and architecture of prehispanic cultures including the Olmec, Mixtec, Maya, and Aztec. The impact of the Spanish conquest, the role of art in the Mexican Revolution and the Socialist movement, Arte Popular, the Muralists, late twentieth century and contemporary Mexican art are also explored. Prerequisite: ARTS 2386 or ARTS 3385 with a grade of C or better. ARTS Hist 19Th & 20Th Century Art. 3 Hours. A survey of major artistic movements and artists working in painting, sculpture and architecture. Writing enhanced. Prerequisite: ARTS 1303 and ARTS 2386 or ARTS 3385 with a C or better. ARTS Criticism Thry In Visual Arts. 3 Hours. The study of historical and contemporary aspects of major thinking concerning the visual arts. Writing enhanced. Writing Enhanced. Prerequisite: ARTS 1303, ARTS 4388, ARTS 5386 or ARTS 3385 with a grade of C or better.
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