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ARTS 203 Painting Studio: Chinese Brush Painting

Previously ARTT 229. Chinese Brush Painting students are encouraged to further develop their aesthetic approach, technique, and overall direction within their work through experimentation and research into methodologies, concepts, and skill sets as they apply to advanced topics in: six-principle, usage of ink and color, brushwork, Chinese calligraphy, and wet and dry technique. A significant feature of this course is the opportunity for individual student advisement, helping the student to gain insight into his/her personal process and direction as an artist. Faculty may modify the major topics of the course each semester in order to present students with new approaches deemed pertinent to the practice of Painting Studio: Chinese Brush Painting.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

ARTS 101 or ARTT 101

Hours Weekly

4

Course Objectives

  1. Establish a fundamental knowledge of the concepts, skills, and media of Chinese painting.
  2. Perceive critically and analyze the elements which make painting successful and unsuccessful.
  3. Identify and apply the terminology used in Chinese brush painting and basic knowledge about historical and contemporary issues related to Chinese painting.
  4. Develop a personal direction, preference, or mode of expression in one's own painting.

Course Objectives

  1. Establish a fundamental knowledge of the concepts, skills, and media of Chinese painting.

    This objective is a course Goal Only

  2. Perceive critically and analyze the elements which make painting successful and unsuccessful.

    This objective is a course Goal Only

  3. Identify and apply the terminology used in Chinese brush painting and basic knowledge about historical and contemporary issues related to Chinese painting.

    This objective is a course Goal Only

  4. Develop a personal direction, preference, or mode of expression in one's own painting.

    This objective is a course Goal Only