Arts classes in Evansville Indiana
October 29, 2013 – 01:57 pm
ART–102 Art in Elementary Schools (3 credits) Examination of the perceptual, creative, and aesthetic growth and development of children through art experiences. Some basic studio instruction with art appreciation and historical overview. Lab fee. Spring. ART–105 Introduction to the Visual Arts (3 credits) Lecture. Studies architecture, painting, and sculpture with emphasis on social and aesthetic considerations. Fall, spring. ART–200 Introduction to Studio Art (3 credits) An introduction to the studio disciplines for non-art majors. Instruction of the art elements as used in such areas as drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. Lab fee. Fall, spring. ART–201 Introduction to Art Therapy (3 credits) Introduces students to the fundamentals of art therapy including theory, methods of practice, and techniques through lecture, experience, and case study presentations. No prior art experience required. Prerequisites: Sophomore status; recommended courses Psychology 121, 226. Fall. ART–210 Design (3 credits) Introductory studio course emphasizes basic principles of design, composition, and color theory. Six hours studio. Fall. ART–213 Computer Graphics (3 credits) An introduction to the basic uses of the Macintosh computer as used in the visual arts. Emphasizes experimentation with various software packages and the development of the interchangeable and flexible moves from hands-on skills to electronic means. Fall, spring. ART–214 Basic Photography (3 credits) Introduction to basic camera usage and traditional darkroom techniques. Access to a 35mm print film camera is required. Six hours studio. Lab fee. ART–220 Drawing (3 credits) Introduces and explores various drawing media with emphasis on perception and drawing techniques. Six hours studio. Fall. ART–221 Drawing (3 credits) Explores a variety of media and techniques with emphasis given to composition and creative expression. Six hours studio. Spring. ART–301 Creative Development and Art Therapy (3 credits) Introduces the fundamentals of creative development and art therapy including theory, methods of practice, and techniques through lecture, experience, and case studies. No prior art experience required. Prerequisites: Sophomore status; recommended courses Psychology 121, 226. Spring ART–314 Creative Photography (3 credits) Emphasizes creative and innovative uses of photography with instruction in camera and darkroom procedures. Prerequisite: Art 214 or permission of instructor. Six hours studio. Lab fee. ART–315 Typography (3 credits) A fundamental study of the history of type, its creative use and function as a communicative tool. Explores basic principles of good layout design. Six hours studio. Macintosh lab. Prerequisites: Art 210, 213; or permission of instructor. ART–316 Publication Design (3 credits) A study of layout design, the creative arrangement of type and visuals on a page. Using appropriate layout software, students create layout designs for various publications (magazines, newspapers, brochures, books). File preparation for print is covered. Six hours studio. Macintosh lab. Prerequisites: Art 213, 315; or permission of the instructor. ART–322 Digital Photography (3 credits) Introduction to digital photography methods and creative manipulation...
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Since you're in the medical profession, cost shouldn't be a factor. Take a sampling of beginning classes: life drawing, acrylic, watercolor and oil painting, maybe a ceramics class to hone your 3D skills. Also try "Mixed Media" which can open up new avenues with respect to the process.
Most painting is about process anyway....might as well explore it.
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