Lincoln College

Undergraduate Catalog 2013-1014: Lincoln College

Art

ART 101: Basic Drawing

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is an exploration of the basic elements of drawing using a variety of traditional mediums. Studio fee.

ART 103: Ceramics I

Credits: 3:0:3
The focus for this course will be on possibilities and limitations of clay as well as techniques and use of tools. Other areas of focus include designing and making pottery using coil, slab, and wheel techniques; decorating by slip, underglaze, sgraffito, incising, and embossing; preparing simple glazes setting and firing kilns. Studio fee.

ART 104: Ceramics II

Credits: 3:0:3
The focus for this course will be on possibilities and limitations of clay as well as techniques and use of tools. Other areas of focus include designing and making pottery using coil, slab, and wheel techniques; decorating by slip, underglaze, sgraffito, incising, and embossing; preparing simple glazes setting and firing kilns. Studio fee.
Prerequisite: ART 103

ART 111: Art Appreciation (F2 900)

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is a survey covering a broad spectrum to introduce art styles, functions, mediums, and elements of visual art.

ART 121: Painting I

Credits: 3:0:3
This course covers the fundamentals of painting with oil and acrylic and stresses individual development and exploration of the media and compositional problems of painting. Studio fee.

ART 122: Painting II

Credits: 3:0:3
This course includes a more extensive development of techniques and methods of applying paint. Color theory and a more in-depth look at painting in art history are investigated. Experimentation in a variety of mediums and styles is further encouraged. Studio fee.
Prerequisite: ART 121

ART 123: Art History I (F2 901)

Credits: 3:0:3
The emphasis of this course will be on basic art and historical approaches, such as, for example, stylistic analysis, iconographic study, and historical development of techniques, materials, and formats. Rudimentary art, historical terms, and concepts will be explained and essential vocabulary in the field stressed. The course is a survey of visual art and artists from the Pre-Historic period through the Middle Ages.

ART 124: Art History II (F2 902)

Credits: 3:0:3
The focus of this course is on the history and study of artists and their art in the fields of painting, sculpture, and architecture. It is a continuation of Art History I, focusing on visual art and artists from the Early Renaissance to Neo-Classical Period.

ART125: Art History III (F2 902)

Credits: 3:0:3
The focus of this course is on the history and study of artists and their art in painting, sculpture, and architecture from the Romantic Period, circa 1775 to the present. (This is a continuation of Art History II.)

ART 126: Basic Design

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is an exploration of basic elements of two-dimensional design as they relate to composition and expression. Studio fee.

ART 127: Drawing II

Credits: 3:0:3
This course includes advanced projects in drawing and a further investigation into drawing problems and mediums. Studio fee.
Prerequisite: ART 101

ART 203: Ceramics III

Credits: 3:0:3
The focus for this course will be on possibilities and limitations of clay as well as techniques and use of tools. Other areas of focus include designing and making pottery using coil, slab, and wheel techniques; decorating by slip, underglaze, sgraffito, incising, and embossing; preparing simple glazes setting and firing kilns. Studio fee.
Prerequisite: ART 104

ART 204: Ceramics IV

Credits: 3:0:3
The focus for this course will be on possibilities and limitations of clay as well as techniques and use of tools. Other areas of focus include designing and making pottery using coil, slab, and wheel techniques; decorating by slip, underglaze, sgraffito, incising, and embossing; preparing simple glazes setting and firing kilns. Studio fee.
Prerequisite: ART 203

ART 221: Painting III

Credits: 3:0:3
This course includes a more extensive development of techniques and methods of applying paint. Color theory and a more in-depth look at painting in art history are investigated. Experimentation in a variety of mediums and styles is further encouraged. Studio fee.
Prerequisite: ART 122

ART 222: Painting IV

Credits: 3:0:3
This course includes a more extensive development of techniques and methods of applying paint. Color theory and a more in-depth look at painting in art history are investigated. Experimentation in a variety of mediums and styles is further encouraged. Studio fee.
Prerequisite: ART 221

ART 226: Drawing III

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is an advanced investigation into drawing problems through a series of individual projects. The emphasis is on developing the student’s personal expression and imagery. Studio fee.
Prerequisite: ART 127

ART 227: Drawing IV

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is an advanced investigation into drawing problems through a series of individual projects. The emphasis is on developing the student’s personal expression and imagery. Studio fee.
Prerequisite: ART 226

ART 229: Illustration

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is an exploration in descriptive and conceptual illustration expanding the student’s knowledge of the process and techniques for illustration, utilizing a variety of traditional and digital media. Studio fee.

ART 230: Design II

Credits: 3:0:3
The course covers advanced problems in design and a further investigation into three-dimensional design problems and mediums. Studio fee.
Prerequisite: ART 126

The Department of Visual Art reserves the right to keep for demonstration and exhibition examples of work done by students for course requirements for a two-year period.