ART 3103 - Contemporary Issues in Advanced Drawing

A further exploration of contemporary drawing practices, with a specific thematic focus. Students will use sketchbook development, material experimentation, and visual research to create an independent body of work. Class themes include the human figure, narrative and sequential art, illustration, process and abstraction, and digital drawing media. All classes will examine the cross-cultural development of drawing in art history, and students will also have the opportunity to explore a variety of contemporary aesthetic approaches. Barring duplication of content, a student may repeat the course for a total credit of nine semester hours. Prerequisites: ART 1001, ART 1002, ART 1003, ART 2103 and portfolio review, or permission of the instructor. Studio six hours.
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