An exploration in the studio of a variety of contemporary processes, techniques, & experiences in drawing with a variety of making implements. Assigned independent work, term project, & field trips to galleries & museums.
An exposure to and exploration of a variety of contemporary processes, techniques, and experiences in drawing in a wide array of drawing media. Assignments include directed work, independent work, projects, critiques, field trips to galleries and museums and includes projects in color theory. This course in a continuation of ART-UE 107.
An interdisciplinary course about the theory, techniques and applications of 3D and spatial audio. Topics include the psychoacoustics of directional hearing, physical acoustics of spatial sound, stereo and multi-speaker sound reproduction, and spatial sound applications in virtual reality and other fields.
Explores the medium of sculpture through the principles of three-dimensional design & the concepts that drive developments in contemporary art. Projects may include welding, mold making, & the use of wood working tools, as well as the use of sculpture as costume, performance, environment, or kinetic form. Students use a variety of materials from wood & cardboard to metal, plaster, & found objects to expand their understanding of form & space.
Explores the medium of sculpture through the principles of three-dimensional design & the concepts that drive developments in contemporary art. Projects may include welding, mold making, & the use of wood working tools, as well as the use of sculpture as costume, performance, environment, or kinetic form. Students use a variety of materials from wood & cardboard to metal, plaster, & found objects to expand their understanding of form & space. This course is a continuation of ART-UE 211.
Course introduces student artists to the 4th dimensional concepts of TIME & MOVEMENT as the necessary building blocks of Art created by Photography, Video, Digital & Performance medias. Students will explore the attributes of TIME & MOVEMENT through project assignments that use the methods of photography, video, digital, & performance art. The course also includes a brief
art history of 4D concepts spanning a wide array of subject matter from cave painting to contemporary art.
Course builds on 4D Fundamentals I focusing on TIME, MOVEMENT and BODY together as the foundational basis for advanced art making using various medias. Concepts of MOVEMENT develop into an examination of the BODY as a means to create art. Students will explore each concept using the methods of photography, video, digital and performance. Course includes a brief art history of the BODY spanning an array of subject matter from cave painting through Surrealism to contemporary performance artists.
Classification, etiology, symptoms, & treatment of major psychological disorders, including anxiety, mood, eating, substance-related, sexual & gender identity, cognitive, personality, schizophrenia & other psychotic disorders as well as disorders associated with childhood.
Focuses on understanding the central issues leading to academic achievement gaps between different social groups in America. Topics include: biological, structural, cultural, and psychological factors in gaps between African-Americans, Latinos, Asians, and Caucasians in terms of test and school performance; gender differences in math and science achievement; and policy and educational interventions shown to reduce achievement gaps.
A broad-based study of acoustic phonetics including acoustic theory and measurement; distinctive feature systems; integration of physiologic and perceptual characteristics with concomitant acoustic features.
This course offers a foundation upon which to build the technique needed to do the actors job: to live truthfully under the imaginary circumstances of the play. In this Stanislavski/Uta Hagen based approach, students participate in a guided study of self-observation and apply discoveries to scene work.