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Title
Section
Instructor
Term
Credits
Requirements
ARTDES 100 — Drawing Studio I
Section 001, LAB

Instructor: Ramsay,Theodore K

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Focuses on the line as expressive vehicle for conveying ideas through drawing. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that provides exposure to the wide variety of approaches to drawing including line, form, analysis and ideation. Explores both objective and subjective visual representations and experiments with a variety of mark-making media.

ARTDES 100 — Drawing Studio I
Section 002, LAB

Instructor: Castagnacci,Vincent E

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Focuses on the line as expressive vehicle for conveying ideas through drawing. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that provides exposure to the wide variety of approaches to drawing including line, form, analysis and ideation. Explores both objective and subjective visual representations and experiments with a variety of mark-making media.

ARTDES 100 — Drawing Studio I
Section 003, LAB

Instructor: Cressman,Joel L

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Focuses on the line as expressive vehicle for conveying ideas through drawing. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that provides exposure to the wide variety of approaches to drawing including line, form, analysis and ideation. Explores both objective and subjective visual representations and experiments with a variety of mark-making media.

ARTDES 100 — Drawing Studio I
Section 004, LAB

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Focuses on the line as expressive vehicle for conveying ideas through drawing. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that provides exposure to the wide variety of approaches to drawing including line, form, analysis and ideation. Explores both objective and subjective visual representations and experiments with a variety of mark-making media.

ARTDES 100 — Drawing Studio I
Section 005, LAB

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Focuses on the line as expressive vehicle for conveying ideas through drawing. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that provides exposure to the wide variety of approaches to drawing including line, form, analysis and ideation. Explores both objective and subjective visual representations and experiments with a variety of mark-making media.

ARTDES 100 — Drawing Studio I
Section 006, LAB

Instructor: Cogswell Jr,James A

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Focuses on the line as expressive vehicle for conveying ideas through drawing. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that provides exposure to the wide variety of approaches to drawing including line, form, analysis and ideation. Explores both objective and subjective visual representations and experiments with a variety of mark-making media.

ARTDES 100 — Drawing Studio I
Section 007, LAB

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Focuses on the line as expressive vehicle for conveying ideas through drawing. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that provides exposure to the wide variety of approaches to drawing including line, form, analysis and ideation. Explores both objective and subjective visual representations and experiments with a variety of mark-making media.

ARTDES 110 — Digital Studio I
Section 001, LAB

Instructor: Warren,Alicyn

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Introduces students to computer-based approaches to artmaking with a focus on the 2-dimensional image. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that introduces students to a variety of computer-based approaches to art and design. Topics for this course include the characteristics of the digital image, its relationship to analog imagery, the influence of digital imaging methods on the final image, the application of color theory in the digital context, and ethical and aesthetic implications of using the computer to create and communicate visual content. Covers basic concepts and practices for computer hardware and software, and thus serves as groundwork for subsequent computing courses. Wireless Mac laptop required.

ARTDES 110 — Digital Studio I
Section 002, LAB

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Introduces students to computer-based approaches to artmaking with a focus on the 2-dimensional image. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that introduces students to a variety of computer-based approaches to art and design. Topics for this course include the characteristics of the digital image, its relationship to analog imagery, the influence of digital imaging methods on the final image, the application of color theory in the digital context, and ethical and aesthetic implications of using the computer to create and communicate visual content. Covers basic concepts and practices for computer hardware and software, and thus serves as groundwork for subsequent computing courses. Wireless Mac laptop required.

ARTDES 110 — Digital Studio I
Section 003, LAB

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Introduces students to computer-based approaches to artmaking with a focus on the 2-dimensional image. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that introduces students to a variety of computer-based approaches to art and design. Topics for this course include the characteristics of the digital image, its relationship to analog imagery, the influence of digital imaging methods on the final image, the application of color theory in the digital context, and ethical and aesthetic implications of using the computer to create and communicate visual content. Covers basic concepts and practices for computer hardware and software, and thus serves as groundwork for subsequent computing courses. Wireless Mac laptop required.

ARTDES 110 — Digital Studio I
Section 004, LAB

Instructor: Hesseltine,Douglas H

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Introduces students to computer-based approaches to artmaking with a focus on the 2-dimensional image. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that introduces students to a variety of computer-based approaches to art and design. Topics for this course include the characteristics of the digital image, its relationship to analog imagery, the influence of digital imaging methods on the final image, the application of color theory in the digital context, and ethical and aesthetic implications of using the computer to create and communicate visual content. Covers basic concepts and practices for computer hardware and software, and thus serves as groundwork for subsequent computing courses. Wireless Mac laptop required.

ARTDES 110 — Digital Studio I
Section 005, LAB

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Introduces students to computer-based approaches to artmaking with a focus on the 2-dimensional image. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that introduces students to a variety of computer-based approaches to art and design. Topics for this course include the characteristics of the digital image, its relationship to analog imagery, the influence of digital imaging methods on the final image, the application of color theory in the digital context, and ethical and aesthetic implications of using the computer to create and communicate visual content. Covers basic concepts and practices for computer hardware and software, and thus serves as groundwork for subsequent computing courses. Wireless Mac laptop required.

ARTDES 110 — Digital Studio I
Section 006, LAB

Instructor: Gloeckner,Phoebe L

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Introduces students to computer-based approaches to artmaking with a focus on the 2-dimensional image. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that introduces students to a variety of computer-based approaches to art and design. Topics for this course include the characteristics of the digital image, its relationship to analog imagery, the influence of digital imaging methods on the final image, the application of color theory in the digital context, and ethical and aesthetic implications of using the computer to create and communicate visual content. Covers basic concepts and practices for computer hardware and software, and thus serves as groundwork for subsequent computing courses. Wireless Mac laptop required.

ARTDES 110 — Digital Studio I
Section 007, LAB

Instructor: Kumao,Heidi E; homepage

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

Introduces students to computer-based approaches to artmaking with a focus on the 2-dimensional image. The first of four required freshman/sophomore studio courses that introduces students to a variety of computer-based approaches to art and design. Topics for this course include the characteristics of the digital image, its relationship to analog imagery, the influence of digital imaging methods on the final image, the application of color theory in the digital context, and ethical and aesthetic implications of using the computer to create and communicate visual content. Covers basic concepts and practices for computer hardware and software, and thus serves as groundwork for subsequent computing courses. Wireless Mac laptop required.

ARTDES 120 — Tools, Materials and Processes I
Section 001, LAB

Instructor: Mondro,Anne Marie

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

A studio course that introduces the tools, materials and processes of working with paint. One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to paint and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

ARTDES 120 — Tools, Materials and Processes I
Section 002, LAB

Instructor: Porter,Marianetta

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

A studio course that introduces the tools, materials and processes of working with paint. One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to paint and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

ARTDES 120 — Tools, Materials and Processes I
Section 003, LAB

Instructor: Marinaro,Louis M

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

A studio course that introduces the tools, materials and processes of working with paint. One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to paint and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

ARTDES 120 — Tools, Materials and Processes I
Section 004, LAB

Instructor: Rodemer,Carl M

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

A studio course that introduces the tools, materials and processes of working with paint. One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to paint and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

ARTDES 120 — Tools, Materials and Processes I
Section 005, LAB

Instructor: Smith,Sherril A

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

A studio course that introduces the tools, materials and processes of working with paint. One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to paint and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

ARTDES 120 — Tools, Materials and Processes I
Section 006, LAB

Instructor: Andersen,Jan-Henrik

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

A studio course that introduces the tools, materials and processes of working with paint. One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to paint and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

ARTDES 120 — Tools, Materials and Processes I
Section 007, LAB

Instructor: Pachikara,Annie Cynthia

FA 2007
Credits: 3
Reqs: CE

A studio course that introduces the tools, materials and processes of working with paint. One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to paint and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

ARTDES 220 — Tools, Materials and Processes V: Print
Section 001, LAB

Instructor: Olynyk,Patricia J

FA 2007
Credits: 1.5
Reqs: CE

One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to printmaking and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

ARTDES 220 — Tools, Materials and Processes V: Print
Section 002, LAB

Instructor: Olynyk,Patricia J

FA 2007
Credits: 1.5
Reqs: CE

One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to printmaking and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

ARTDES 221 — Tools, Materials, and Processes VI: Fiber
Section 001, LAB

FA 2007
Credits: 1.5
Reqs: CE

One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to fibers and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

Advisory Prerequisite: TMP CORE

ARTDES 221 — Tools, Materials, and Processes VI: Fiber
Section 002, LAB

FA 2007
Credits: 1.5
Reqs: CE

One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to fibers and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

Advisory Prerequisite: TMP CORE

ARTDES 222 — Tools, Materials and Processes VII: Video
Section 001, LAB

Instructor: Jacobsen,Carol S; homepage

FA 2007
Credits: 1.5
Reqs: CE

One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to video and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

ARTDES 222 — Tools, Materials and Processes VII: Video
Section 002, LAB

Instructor: Jacobsen,Carol S; homepage

FA 2007
Credits: 1.5
Reqs: CE

One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to video and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

ARTDES 223 — Tools, Materials and Processes VIII: Metal
Section 001, LAB

FA 2007
Credits: 1.5
Reqs: CE

One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to metal and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

ARTDES 223 — Tools, Materials and Processes VIII: Metal
Section 002, LAB

FA 2007
Credits: 1.5
Reqs: CE

One of a series of eight required freshman/sophomore studio courses that focuses on the aesthetic development of the artist-designer through exposure to the materials, tools, and processes germane to metal and to contemporary art and design practices, and through creative problem solving assignments that require the mastery of a set of specific materials, tools, and processes for each course.

ARTDES 310 — Outreach Studio Topic
Section 001, LAB

Instructor: Inuzuka,Sadashi

FA 2007
Credits: 3

In this outreach course we'll work with the Huron Valley Humane Society investigating the issues surrounding animal human relationships as well as the various ways artists and designers have represented these relationships. We'll watch animal assisted therapy and talk to local organizations involved with rescue, feral, and wild animal management. What is the difference between animal rights and animal welfare? What is the new work of dogs? How do these issues relate to broader environmental concerns? This is a multi-media course. The only requirement is compassion for companion animals.

ARTDES 310 — Outreach Studio Topic
Section 002, LAB

Instructor: Paul,Janice C; homepage

FA 2007
Credits: 3

This is a collaborative studio course that fosters one-on-one relationships between Art & Design students and Veterans with the goal of creating video portraits based on this relationship and/or the life of the American Veteran. Through a variety of activities, readings, and screenings, students will gain an understanding of war service and the return home. Students will also develop a video for the Library of Congress' Veterans History Project, a National Archive which is currently seeking material for its database. The class will culminate in a public reception and screening of the resultant videos.

ARTDES 310 — Outreach Studio Topic
Section 003, LAB

Instructor: Takahashi,Satoru; homepage

FA 2007
Credits: 3

Connecting A&D students with fourth graders at two elementary schools in Detroit through semester long visual and performance art projects, this class is a combination of work with the children and contextual studies that address issues of urban schools and the radical transformation creative projects have on cognitive development. Working intensively in Detroit every Friday, students learn first hand of the city's history and contemporary culture with field visits and projects. Planning for and reflecting on class projects, students develop close ties with the children and produce vibrant art that transforms the physical nature of the schools, and shared experiences across generations and cultures that transform the nature of connected creative work.

ARTDES 310 — Outreach Studio Topic
Section 004, LAB

Instructor: Tobier,Nicholas A

FA 2007
Credits: 3

For this course, students will investigate the degree to which art can influence issues of immediate concern to today's society, such as mental health and the environment, urban problems, communicable disease and disaster, through their studies in public health. The collaborative work with the School of Public Health will make it possible to gain a new perspective on the issues of environment and spirit, body and mind. More than restoring the individual to health, public health emphasizes what the community can do to prevent the occurrence of a problem beforehand. Students will learn to treat the issue of the environment and the body inclusively from the perspective of a group society rather than that of an individual member formed by society. They will treat the issue scientifically from a macroscopic perspective, learning how to present projects to society as effectively as possible. During Phase One, students, under the guidance of the committee, will create plans for multiple art projects related to the community and public health, based on concrete examples. For their final project, students will create a new environment, using the School of Public Health Building as their testing ground. This new environment will serve to cleanse both body and spirit, while becoming a place for "meditation and mediation" which will foster dialogue on the topic of society. In Phase Two projects treating art and public health will evolve based on the results of Phase One, with our focus on Detroit's Eastern Market.

ARTDES 310 — Outreach Studio Topic
Section 005, LAB

Instructor: Tobier,Nicholas A

FA 2007
Credits: 3

We will study, produce, and document activist art projects that address issues of human rights. These will involve projects with the Michigan Battered Women's Clemency Project Rally, World AIDS Awareness Day, and other human rights. Issues of representation, exploitation, and voice will be critical areas of discussion and production through images, texts, performance and activities. Visiting artists will be included and projects will be both individualized and collaborative. All media are welcome, as are non-Art students.

ARTDES 310 — Outreach Studio Topic
Section 006, LAB

Instructor: Jacobsen,Carol S; homepage

FA 2007
Credits: 3

 
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