Art Classes for All Majors - Fall 2015

Glassblowing at WWUGlassblowing I: Art 101

4 credits

CRN 42214 (M/W) 8:30-11:20 a.m.
CRN 42215 (T/R) 11:30-2:20 p.m.  

Beginner's course open to all majors. Get introduced to the centuries-old art of glassblowing by award-winning artist Christopher Morrison at Morrison Glass Art Studio. 

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

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Glassblowing at WWUGlassblowing II: Art 102

4 credits

CRN 42216 (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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Glassblowing at WWUSculpture: Methods & Strategies: ART 197B

5 credits

CRN 43729 (T/R) 8:30-11:20 a.m.

Explore three dimensional awareness and sculptural strategies to gain a working knowledge of key sculptural concepts and approaches. Students' study will be advised by internationally active artist Werner Klotz through one-on-one discussion, guided projects, and critiques.

Cost: $1340 ($250 per credit + $90 materials fee)


teaChado: The Way of Tea: A/HI 201

3 credits

CRN 42696 (T/R) 2:30-4:20 p.m.

Get a taste of Japanese culture by learning the background and basics of Chado, a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Also known as the Way of Tea, this course combines artistic media and historic traditions to share insight into the many arts and crafts, architecture styles, Japanese aesthetic values, literature and the importance of the seasons associated with Chado.

Cost: $800 ($250 per credit + $50 materials fee)

Please refer to this flyer to learn more about the Chado (1) Fall course, Chado (2) spring course and the instructor.

book-artBook Arts: DSGN 390

4 credits

CRN 43649 (M/W) 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. 
Cost: $40 flat fee

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