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ART 215 Drawing II

Faculty: Beers
Content: Further development of the student’s observation, conceptual, and expressive skills. The refinement of drawing abilities and visual organization skills are heightened through the study of the human figure and additional subjects. A variety of drawing media is explored, including color. Traditional conceptions of drawing are challenged as the term progresses. Visual literacy and historical context is further advanced though examination of classical, modern, and contemporary drawing. Oral and written analysis is a critical component in this course.
Prerequisites: ART 115.
Usually offered: Annually, fall and spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.

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