Graphic Design (60 units) GRAPHIC D1;;<. ;IGN emphasis majors must com­ plete the following: 106, 107, 108, 110, 111, 203,213,221,311,312,313,315,318,320or 322, 321, 412, 419, 420, 424, 425, 435 or 460.

relationship to religion, socioeconomic, in­ tellectual and cultural trends. Three hours lecture, one hour discussion. 107 Basic Drawing (3) An introduction to drawing, perspective, line, shape, value texture and composition. Fee: $25. 108 Basic Figure Drawing (3) An introduction to fundamentals of draw­ ing the human figure from gesture to finished work. Emphasis on shape, form, value, struc­ ture and individual expression. Fee: $25. 110 Basic Design (3) A basic foundation course to establish vi­ sual design concepts. This course exam­ ines elements and principles of two-dimen­ sional design. Fee: $25. 111 Three Dimensional Design (3) Basic techniques in three-dimensional form. Introduction includes preparation of drawings, models and construction. Fee: $25. 130 Introduction to Studio Arts (3) A study of the primary historical stylistic periods of man's work in the visual arts . Classroom experience will allow for hands­ on experience in working with a variety of materials in both 2-D and 3-D media. For non-art majors only. Fee: $35. 203 Illustration I (3) Exploration of various illustration materi­ als and techniques. For advertising design majors only. Fee: $25. 210 Sculpture I (3) Introduction to the methods, materials, and tools of sculpture and general concepts of sculptural form. Fee: $35. 211 Ceramics I (3) An introduction to wheel technique and beginning throwing skills. Formulation of basic glaze applications in the development of fire ceramics will be emphasized. Fee: $35. 212 Printmaking !(Intaglio/Relief) (3) An introduction to the language of etching and the wood block print, with emphasis on the development of ideas and experimentation in black and white. Prerequisite: 107. Fee: $35. 213 Painting I (3) Basic color theory and painting techniques. Traditional to contemporary styles will be ex­ plored. Prerequisite: 107 or consent Fee: $25.

Chair: Barry Krammes, M.F.A.

FACULTY Associate Professors: Feldman, Krammes Assistant Professor: Callis

Art Education (63 units)

ART EDUCATION emphasis majors must complete the following: 104, 106, 107, 108, 110,111,210,211,212,213,221,304,310, 311, 313, 315, 409, 460, Psychology 200, Education 300, 330, 425 and 435. Pre-Art Therapy (61 units) PRE-ART1)mRAPY emphasis majors must complete the following: 106, 107, 108, 110, 111,210,211,212,213,305, 308,311,315, 426, 430, 3 credits of upper division art elec­ tives, Psychology 200, 309, 411, and either 320, 321, or 322; Biology 100, Sociology 220 or Intercultural Studies 300. The pre-art therapy emphasis is part of an "Interdisciplinary Option" within the Art Department designed to prepare the under­ graduate student for later graduate study in Art Therapy at an accredited graduate program. Note: Completion ofart major fulfills the general education requirement for fine arts. MINORS An ART MINOR is offered with completion oflower division courses 100, 107, 110, plus twelve units of upper division courses total­ ing 21 units. A GRAPHIC DESIGN ART MINOR is offered with the completion of lower division cours­ es 107, 110, 221, and upper division courses 312, 313, 419, and 420 for a total of 20 units. COURSES JOO Art Appreciation (3) An introduction to the history of art criti­ cism and aesthetics; a visual analysis of works of art; comparative studies on select­ ed paintings and sculptures. Designed for non-majors. Fee: $15. 104 Crafts (3) Introductory studies on various forms of handicrafts, including wood, metal art and fibers. Fee: $35. 106 Art ofthe Past (Historical Survey) (4) A survey of the development of Western art and architecture from its ancient origins through the Impressionist movement. Basic characteristics and concepts of style, iconography and technique are discussed in

OBJECTIVES The Art Department seeks to aid in the development of men and women for the life and production of the artist; to provide guid­ ance in the development of a biblical philoso­ phy of art that relates to the person, his Creator and in turn, to the world. Upon com­ pletion of the art major, the student should have begun to develop an adequate founda­ tional understanding of various areas of ex­ pression. Through development of skills, philosophy and historical perspectives of art, the Biola graduate should be prepared for postgraduate study or a career in art in ei­ ther secular or Christian related enterp1ises. DEGREE PROGRAMS BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN ART is of­ fered upon completion of the university bac­ calaureate and major requirements. The art major requires the completion of 52 units, consisting of the following: 106, 107, 108, 110, 111,210,211,212,213,304,305,308,310,311, 315, and 6 units of 400 level electives. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN ART is offered upon completion of the university baccalaureate and the art major in one of the following emphases: studio arts, graph­ ic design, art education, or pre-art therapy. Each of these four concentrations offer ad­ ditional choices for focused study. MAJORS Studio Arts (61 units) DRAWING AND PAINTING emphasis majors must complete: 106, 107, 108, 110, 111, 210, 212,213,221,225,307,308,310,311,315, 318, 319, 309 or 413, 414, 427, 460. DRAWING AND PRIN1MAKING emphasis majors must complete the following: 106, 107, 108, 110, 111,210,212,213,221;225,307,310,311, 315, 318, 319, 322, 417, 408 or 421, 427, 460. THREE DIMENSIONAL emphasis majors must complete the following: 106, 107, 108, 110, 111,210,211,212,213,221,225,304,305, 310, 311, 315, 318, 427, 460 and 6 upper divi­ sion electives in either ceramics or sculpture.

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