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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Art/Art History (AH)
Materials, Methods, and Techniques in Art History
Materials Methods & Techniques
Spring 2016
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Studio Course
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Paul Reuther
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Working hands-on in a workshop studio, students create panels, canvases, vehicles, mediums, pigments, drawings, and paintings from raw materials and are introduced to the materials, methods, and techniques of the fine arts through traditional practices and processes of manufacture in western cultures.
As a result of completing this course, students will be able to: 1. complete six projects in a variety of media developing craft and fabrication skills relating to historical fine art media production and process. 2. identify and evaluate the structural and material variety of diverse media in western art traditions and articulate the way in which media plays an important role in the determination and appreciation of aesthetic value 3. create, apply, and adapt traditional media to use in their own creative practice
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