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2022-2023 College Catalog 
2022-2023 College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ART 210 - Drawing II

3 Credits, 5 Contact Hours
2 lecture periods 3 lab periods

Continuation of ART 110 . Includes strengthening of drawing and critical thinking skills. Also includes intermediate drawing and design problems; intermediate use of materials and techniques; perceptual skill and personal development; critique process; engagement and analysis of professional art events or galleries; and portfolio creation.

Prerequisite(s): ART 110  
Information: Prerequisite(s) may be waived with consent of instructor.

Course Learning Outcomes
  1. Apply design elements and principles to drawing to solve graphic problems.
  2. Further explore and apply diverse drawing media, techniques and observational skills to various subjects in still life, nature studies, figure drawing, and personal and cultural iconography.
  3. Discuss and demonstrate technical and expressive problems and processes of seeing and communicating visual ideas using drawing media.
  4. Evaluate and analyze work of self and others utilizing critical thinking and appropriate terminology through oral and written critique processes.
  5. Observe and critique professional art events and/or gallery exhibitions via online or local venues using many sophisticated and accurate art terminology.
  6. Produce a portfolio of drawings in a variety of media and subjects from observation and imagination.

  1. Intermediate Drawing and Design Problems
    1. Line
    2. Value
    3. Texture
    4. Color
    5. Volume
    6. Contrast
    7. Space
    8. Composition
    9. Expressive and contextual invention
  2. Intermediate Use of Materials and Techniques
    1. Materials
      1. Dry media
      2. Wet media
      3. Mixed media
      4. Digital media
  3. Intermediate drawing methods, approaches and techniques
    1. Mark making
    2. Measurement strategies
    3. Value/volume modeling techniques
    4. Perspective
    5. Mapping
    6. Identify resources to develop imagery
  4. Perceptual Skill and Personal Development
    1. Demonstrate observational skills: perspective and proportional properties
    2. Demonstrate intermediate diagrammatic and/or mapping communication with personal invention
    3. Identify and choose a variety of appropriate drawing materials and approaches indication development of personal expression
  5. Critique Process
    1. Participate in individual and group critiques using visual terminology
    2. Critically evaluate personal work and work of classmates
    3. Utilize and further develop analytical and critical thinking skills
  6. Engagement and Analysis of Professional Art Events or Galleries
    1. Visit online, local or regional galleries, art events and/or museums
    2. Complete written analysis per instructor guidelines
    3. Address contemporary and/or historical works of art
  7. Portfolio Creation
    1. Complete portfolio of twelve (12) finished drawings
    2. Individual and group review of work