Art/Art History Classes
Academic Programs

The study of art encourages self-expression and creativity, helping you to build confidence and a strong sense of individual identity. Through art history, you will develop critical thinking (or maybe it should be called "critical looking") skills that provide you with a unique ability to process and interpret the world around you.

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Class Title Date(s)
Art and Visual Culture: Introduction to the History of (ARTH 250) 1/10/22 - 4/26/22
Ceramic Surfaces (ART 326) 1/10/22 - 4/26/22
Design Thinking: Introduction to (DES 261) 1/10/22 - 4/26/22
Digital Visual Effects (ARTX 340) 1/10/22 - 4/26/22
Drawing: Basic Non Major (ART 102) 1/10/22 - 4/26/22
Figure Structure (ART 312) 1/10/22 - 4/26/22
Glaze Calculation (ART 327) 1/10/22 - 4/26/22
History of Ceramics (ART 320) 1/10/22 - 4/26/22
Introduction to Architecture (ARCH 165) 1/10/22 - 4/26/22
Masterpieces of World Art (ARTH 101) 1/10/22 - 4/26/22
Nature Photography (PRTL 150) 1/01/22 - 5/08/22
Non Major Handbuilding Ceramic (ART 107) 1/10/22 - 4/26/22
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