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Art Classes for All Majors - Summer 2016

Glassblowing at WWUGlassblowing I: Art 101

4 credits

CRN 30678 (M/T/W/R) 9:00-3:00 p.m.

Develop proficiency with glass blowing concepts and techniques through exploration of the art form and design. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credits, including original course.

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book-artBook Arts: DSGN 390

4 credits

CRN 30833 (T/R) 12:00-3:30 p.m.

Specialized topics in design. The subject of each individual course will be announced in the timetable of classes. Repeatable with different topics only.




Art Classes for All Majors - Fall 2016

Glassblowing at WWUGlassblowing I: Art 101

4 credits

CRN 41981 (M/W) 8:30-11:20 a.m.
CRN 41982 (T/R) 11:30-2:20 p.m.

Develop proficiency with glass blowing concepts and techniques through exploration of the art form and design. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credits, including original course.

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Glassblowing at WWUGlassblowing II: Art 102

4 credits

CRN 41983 (M/W) 11:30-2:20 p.m.

Continue to develop proficiency with glass blowing concepts and techniques through exploration of the art's form and design. Students' technical study will be complemented by critical discourse about glass in contemporary art. 

Cost: $1100 ($250 per credit + $100 materials fee)

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book-artBook Arts: DSGN 390

4 credits

CRN 42724 (T/R) 2:00-4:50 p.m.

Specialized topics in design. The subject of each individual course will be announced in the timetable of classes. Repeatable with different topics only.



book-artSculpture: Methods & Strategies: ART 197B

5 credits

CRN 44190 (T/R) 8:30-11:20 a.m.

Via a combination of lectures, guided projects, and critiques this class will explore three dimensional (3D) awareness and sculptural strategies providing students with a working knowledge of key sculptural concepts and approaches that can serve to enrich and inform their personal work. A working artist both in the USA and abroad, instructor Werner Klotz will guide you on a non-linear journey through the fundamentals of three dimensional expression that underlie contemporary strategies of sculpture, installation, intervention and appropriation as well as provide one-on-one discussion regarding individual student-artist's strengths and interests.


book-artSculpture Parks: Envisioning the Outside: ART 397D

3 credits

CRN TBD, time TBD

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