Rachel Trainer, Alyssa (detail),
You will study perspective and spatial relationships through
geometric forms, including the cube, the cone, the sphere, and the
cylinder. You will also work with more complex variations of these
forms as they relate to the human figure -- one of the most
fascinating and challenging artistic themes -- in drawing
Art majors with a concentration in painting and drawing will
explore using elements of color, light, space, volume, tone,
texture, and composition through still life and landscape. In
addition, instructors place emphasis on composing from memory and
imagination, allowing art students to give personal expression to
what they have learned.
The art major requires 51 credits in courses in art and art history. It provides a strong foundation in art history, and in studio art: design, drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, computer art, and sculpture. Electives and directed study in a variety of media include fiber arts, ceramics, and mixed media. Senior Project, an individual project and study course, is required for all majors, a senior exhibition opportunity is open to all seniors.
Bachelors of Arts in Art with a Concentration in Ceramics Course Information
Course Requirements: 51 credits
Degree: Bachelor of Arts
Locations: Main Oakland Campus
AR 227: PAINTING I
An introduction to basic concepts and techniques in oil painting. You will concentrate on color mixtures, creating form, space, and light.
AR 103: GOBAL THEMES IN ART
This course presents a thematic and global approach to the
history of art. Explore a range of topics or themes from a global
perspective. Some of the topics may include: war, love, the human
body, family, portraits, god(s). Examine how artists from around
the world explore these themes and how these artworks tell stories
universal themes from diverse perspectives.
note: this is just a small
sample of the variety of classes you'll be taking.
for more details about these classes and more, please visit
the Course Catalog section of our
Accelerated Option for Current Carlow Undergraduates
Undergraduate students with a major concentration in Art, Painting, and Ceramics are invited to apply to Carlow's Master of Arts in Art program prior to graduation. Carlow's Accelerated Option is a fast-track jumpstart on a graduate degree. Please see the Carlow's Master of Arts in Art page for details.