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VISART Program Department of Visual and Performing Arts Major Areas of Study BA in Visual Arts: Media (Graphic) Design Students interested in the Media Design major will take studio courses in design processes, illustration, 2d and 3d principles and elements, computer graphics, typography and art history. The design degree requires a minimum 124 semester credit hours, 30 of which must be taken at the 200 level or above, with a grade average of “C” or above. BA in Visual Arts: Studio Design Students interested in the Design major will take studio courses in drawing, design, color theory, computer graphic design, painting and art history. The design degree requires 124 semester credit hours, 30 of which must be taken at the 200 level or above, with a grade average of “C” or above. B.S. in Visual Arts: Secondary Education (ART) Students who aspire to become teachers must enroll in the Secondary Education (Art) concentration. This major prepares prospective teachers for certified careers in a high-demand field. Students will take courses in art appreciation, art history and studio courses in painting, drawing, ceramics and computer graphic design. The teaching major requires 125 semester hours 33 of which should be at the 200 level or above, with a grade average of “C” or above. !

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VISART Freshman Basic Freshman Admissions Criteria Welcome Students Entrance into the Art program is highly specialized. To become an Art major (Media “Graphic” Design and Studio “Design” options), a portfolio of 10 to 15 pieces of artwork in Graphic Design or Studio Art should be presented the first day of classes in ART 100. Upon presentation, students will review the work and recommendations will be given within their first year for areas and improvement in the major. Due to the specialized nature of the Art program, the need to be involved with our student organizations is important. All students are expected to join the Art Circle in order keep up to date program activities. It is anticipated that most students who enter the Art program do so directly from high school and will submit a portfolio of work as they begin classes at A&T. Transfer students are also required to samples of their work to the Art Program as part of the entry process. Based on a favorable assessment of their artwork produced at other institutions, transfer students may request a waiver of the introductory freshman requirements. Students who are already enrolled at A&T with another major or who have not declared a major must also submit samples of their work to be accepted into the Art major. The portfolio for enrolled students must include work from a minimum of two A&T art courses. The portfolio review process for enrolled students is conducted the change of major form is submitted. It is highly recommended that enrolled students share their artwork with 2 or more professors in our program. !

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At a Glance The Visual Arts Program

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Media/Graphic Design

Graphic Design / Illustration We focus on the preparation of future Art Directors. Our courses are designed to stress the conceptualization, communication and presentation of ideas. Includes layouts or comprehensives for projects, such as posters, brochures, editorial design, package design, motion graphics, exhibit design and identity systems. Our students produce pieces that exhibit a grasp of an issue, an individual point of view, or a unique approach to a problem are helpful. Provide process work that shows the development of the first idea. Evidence of an understanding of and passion for typography is a must. Samples of logotypes, lettering and general color and design assignments should be in all final graduating portfolios. A combination of finished pieces and sketches is paramount. If the work has been produced in a group, students attach an explanation of the role they played in the creation of the work (overall design, production only, etc.)

Design -- Studio Art Drawing / Painting The studio art students develop the ability to form a visual question and engage in deep visual research. All student portfolios include a representative selection of their current work in any and all media. In addition to examples of foundation visual research skills that demonstrate particular abilities for knowledge production, it is important to also present personal work that reveals experimentation. Any intellectual direction and any medium will be open, including all forms of drawing, representational and nonobjective painting, sculpture, and photography, film, video and installation documentation. Conceptual work and artist's statements are also expected to be in the graduation visual artist portfolio. For larger works, or if the originals are not available, in the senior year students must archive their work as it develops through the years. Students seeking to graduate with a minor in Visual Arts should also meet exit portfolio criteria of the majors. * Art History and Digital Video / Photo areas of focus are currently being reviewed for 2014 approval.

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DIRECTORY OF FACULTY ADJUNCT FACULTY

Darlene J. McClinton, MFA painter, muralist

Roymieco A. Carter, Director (graphic design/advertising) Associate Professor B.F.A., Virginia Commonwealth University; M.F.A., The Pennsylvania State University

James Barnhill (sculpture/painting/drawing) Associate Professor B.S., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; M.F.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro

http://www.djmcclinton.com/

Xavier Carrington, MFA motion artist

William "Bill" Brooks, MFA commercial art, illustration

Willie Hooker (art education/painting) Professor B.S., Tennessee State University; M.A., Peabody-Vanderbilt University; Ed.D., Illinois State University

Harriet Hoover, MFA drawing, painting, ceramics, and fiber art www.harriethoover.com

Adam Moser media/material artist

Janet K. Seiz (art history) Assistant Professor B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University; M.A. Case Western Reserve University; A.B.D., University of Iowa

http://achmoser.com/

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Freshman Information Form for the Visual Arts Program Department of Visual & Performing Arts North Carolina A&T State University !

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*[Also, please add a 2-inch digital portrait /photo of yourself, so that this may be placed on the Welcome Page of the Visual Arts Program Website. Please send these to Prof. Carter (roymieco.carter@gmail.com) or to Mrs. King (dowdye@ncat.edu), or contact us if you have a question.] Major Interest Please indicate your major area of focus or anticipated course of study. If you are undecided, do not hesitate to indicate undecided.  It will not affect your acceptance to the program. Visual Arts Program: Intended Area of Focus ! !

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The digital portfolio of drawing and design exercises are required for all applicants who anticipate study in one of these areas. Completion of the VISART foundation courses (or its equivalent at a transfer institution) is required for admission to any of these focus areas.

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Freshman Assessment Portfolio -Drawing and Design Expectations Complete and bring the following exercises on the first day, when classes begin. A recommendation will be made from these exercises about how we can maximize your potential abilities and skills. The vast majority of applicants are not accomplished artists, photographers or designers at this point; so, you are asked to only follow directions carefully and do your best in completing these exercises.  Each exercise must be completed on a separate sheet of 8.5 x 11 paper, or you may print it.  Do not use materials that may not dry or are oil-based.  All exercises will be flat 2D with the use of dimensional materials. Bring these drawings to the ART 100, Basic Drawing class.   Print your name in the upper right corner of each completed sheet and indicate the number of the exercise below your name. If these exercises are not completed according to the required specifications, the application process may be delayed. Additional artwork: Up to 3 additional works of art may be submitted with your 6 required exercises. These images become a part of your program review file; these cannot be returned. Personal Statement All applicants to any program in the Visual Arts Program are required to write a short essay describing interest and creative, academic and professional goals. Explain the reasons why you wish to study in the choice of major indicated above. This must be typed on a 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper. Assignments 1. In pencil, produce a freehand perspective drawing of one corner of a room within your home and include at least 3 pieces of furniture. In this drawing, you should place an emphasis on shading, proportion and perspective. Use an HB or softer, dark-lead pencil.

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In charcoal pencil, produce a freehand drawing of a standing human figure. The idea is to copy what you see in correct proportion. Draw from life. You can have a model pose or go out and draw from a public place. What is important is that you “get”, through observation, the proportions of the human figure. Please use a fixative to keep the drawing from smudging.

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Crumple an 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper, leave it crumpled, then place it under a light. Pay special attention to the direction of light and the shadows. On a separate sheet of paper, make an ink drawing of the crumpled sheet. You may use a roller ball or ball point pen if you choose.

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Construct a collage representing one of the following: a self-portrait, a landscape or cityscape, or a conceptual abstract image. Focus on technique and craftsmanship.

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Create a product drawing. Choose a product or table top appliance. a.) Render a line drawing of the appliance from the front, top, and right views. b.) Render the appliance as a line drawing in a ¾ view, only using simple reductive shapes cubes, cones, spheres, and cylinders. *Do not erase on the drawing. c.) Render color drawing of the appliance in a ¾ view using pencil, ink, and marker. Make design change to the rendered appliance that you believe will improve its visual appeal and performance.

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Create an editorial illustration in color pencil or acrylic paint. You may use a heavyweight paper or illustration board. Please trim the paper or board to 8.5 x 11. Visually interpret one of the most interesting events of your life, and explain it in a paragraph on the reverse side.

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VISART Advising Guide Courses appropriate for prospective majors The normal way to begin the major is with one of the introductory courses (100 level) in studio or art history, or one of many appropriate 200 level courses without pre-requisites. Prospective majors concentrating in art history are advised to schedule ARTH 101 or ARTH 102: Introduction to Art History, or an appropriate 200-level course in the first year. Prospective majors in studio art are advised to schedule ARTH 101 or 102, and ARTH 122 Fundamentals of Composition and Drawing, or ARTH 123, Fundamentals of Sculpture and ThreeDimensional Design, in the first year, if possible. Careers Many recent graduates are pursuing advanced Art & Art History degrees, preparing to become scholars and teachers or working on MFA's in preparation for careers as artists. Others are employed as architects, curators in museums, directors/owners of art galleries, news photographers, stage designers, fashion designers, and appraisal experts. (Art & Art History majors have also become lawyers, doctors, dentists, research scientists, and designers and buyers in business.) Consult with an Art & Art History Department advisor for additional information and advice regarding careers in the visual arts.

What does it take to be a successful creative professional? No matter which specialty you consider, studio artist, illustrator or art director this is a list the qualities we would like ALL graduates to have: • Curiosity—about everything!

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• Excellent interpersonal skills

• Communications skills—both written and oral!

• Relentless attention to detail

• Demonstrate “grace under pressure”!

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• Ability to handle multiple tasks at once! !

• Problem–solving skills

• Clear thinking and Common sense!

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• Extraordinary listening skills

• Integrity and Drive!

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• Desire to achieve excellence

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• Willingness to start at the bottom and work your way up

• Ability to ask intuitive questions!!

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In addition to these general qualities, each advertising specialty requires slightly different skills and academic training.

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Outcomes The Visual Arts Program

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Studio - Design

Students who graduate the program of Visual Arts with a focus in Painting, Drawing, and Digital Photography/Video will be able to: • Apply the art elements and design principles to 2d-and/or 3d visual art forms to critically analyze works of art. • Create original works of art that demonstrate a contemporary approach to theory, media, and technology. • Write and speak knowledgeably and critically about issues relevant to historically important artists, art styles, and art movements. • Write and speak with coherency and self-awareness about their own artwork or research, and its relationship to contemporary culture and art history. • Pursue graduate or artist/scholars-in-residency programs, gallery and museum exhibitions, and public art commissions.

Students in Art History will be able to: • Recognize a wide range of artists, visual art forms, and cultures from the history of Western and Non-Western art. • Create original, contemporary artworks in studio and/or design that illustrate current skills and techniques in selected art media and technologies. • Use the elements of art and principles of design to critically analyze and interpret historical and contemporary art forms.

Students in Digital Photo/Video will be able to: Perform technological skills and techniques to produce timebased artworks in video, performance, or interactive media. Use the elements of art and principles of design to describe, analyze, and evaluate works of time-based art. Apply historical and contemporary art forms and theories to time-based media.

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Outcomes The Visual Arts Program

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Media / Graphic - Design

Students who graduate the program of Visual Arts with a focus in Media Graphic Design, and Illustration will be able to: • Use current graphic design tools and technologies to create, produce, and distribute visual messages. • Identify historically important design styles, movements, artists, and designers. • Write and speak intelligently about their design strategies, problem solving, aesthetic choices, and contemporary design trends. • Produce an entry-level professional quality portfolio of graphic design work to help secure employment in a design-related career or pursue graduate studies. • Articulate their own philosophy regarding mass media and its relationship to graphic design.

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University Resources Here are some core resources available to all students at A&T. Bulletin - University’s academic regulations, procedures and curriculum requirements. A&T Register Newspaper - Won four awards at the 14th annual BCCA Excellence in Journalism Student Newspaper Awards. http://www.ncatregister.com/ Campus Events Calendar - http://www.ncat.edu/divisions/advancement/university-relations/calevents/wk-calendar.html Visual & Performing Arts &Contact: Dr. Eleanor Gwynn &

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Academic Calendar -- Fa$ 2013 Deadlines are at Close of Business unless otherwise posted July 29 Monday Last day to apply for readmission August 14 – 27 Wednesday thru Tuesday Late Registration ($50.00 late fee) August 16 Friday Faculty/Staff Institute Faculty Report August 17 Saturday Residence Halls open (9:00 am – 3:00 pm) for new students August 19 Monday Residence Halls open (9:00 am – 3:00 pm) for continuing students August 21 Wednesday Classes Begin August 27 Tuesday (11:59 pm) Last day to add courses (including tuition waiver) September 2 Monday University Holiday (Labor Day) September 4 Wednesday Last day to receive book allowance September 6 Friday Last day to apply for graduation September 27 Friday Last day to remove incomplete(s) assigned Spring or Summer September 30 – October 4 Mon.-Fri. Final Comp. Exam Week (Graduate Students) October * (TBA) Thursday Fall Convocation (Classes are suspended 10am – 12pm) October * (TBA) Saturday Homecoming October 7 – 8 Monday thru Tuesday Fall Break October 11 Friday (11:59 pm) Undergraduate mid-term grades due October 14 Monday Advisement period begins for Spring and Summer October 18 Friday Last day to defend Thesis/Dissertation October 21 Monday Defended and approved Thesis/Dissertation due in Grad School Office October 25 Friday Last day to withdraw from a course without a grade evaluation November 4 –December 2 Mon. thru Monday Registration period for Spring and Summer November 6 Friday Last day to withdraw from the University without a grade evaluation November 18 Monday Last day to submit approved Thesis/Dissertation to Graduate School November 27 – 29 Wednesday thru Friday University Holiday (Thanksgiving) December 5 Thursday Last Day of Class December 6 Friday Reading Day December 9 – 13 Monday thru Friday Final Examinations December 13 Friday Waste Management and Global Studies Certificate Award Programs December 14 Saturday Commencement December 16 Monday (11:59 pm) Final Grades Due

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VISART PROGRAM: MAJORS AND MINORS Very important to not delay your program by starting your Art courses immediately. ROYMIECO CARTER, DIRECTOR, VISART

Portfolio Review: All Fine Arts Majors (BFA) and Art Majors (BA and BS) will be required to take a Post-Foundation Portfolio Review. The review will take place after completion of the studio foundations courses (Art 111, 112, 114). Passing the portfolio review is required for entry into the BFA, BA, and BS program. • It is recommended that you take no more than three (3) studio courses during any one semester. It is also recommended that you strictly follow the curriculum guide for your General Education courses to prevent an overload of upper-level studio courses.

Galleries: Mattye Reed Heritage Collection Henry Clinton Taylor Collection Second Floor Dudley Gallery Frazier Hall Student Gallery

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DEPARTMENT OF VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS

The program offers one major with a choice of focus:

VISART - Bachelor of Arts Graphic Design, Illustration, Sculpture, Drawing, Painting, and Art History The Department offers two minors: Studio Art and Art History.

•Some Facts to Know: • There are two Art offices one on the second floor of Dudley room 203 & room 210 of Frazier Hall. The department chair’s office is also located on the third floor (room 322) of the General Classroom Building and most individual art faculty offices are in the Frazier building. • During most semesters, the Art Circle sponsors a series of events. They are usually held in Frazier studios. These workshops are an excellent way to learn firsthand many of the production techniques of art that you see as in the galleries. • The Frazier building is open from 9:00am to 11:00pm daily and 12pm - 6pm on weekends. Some studio

classrooms such as rm 215, the Figure Drawing Studio and Painting Studios are always open during building hours. Other rooms and facilities may have special hours (check with instructors). Anyone needing to work beyond these hours must obtain permission from the art program director. • There are four student organizations active in the Art Department: • 1. Art Circle (AC) • 2. Gallery Assistance • 3. American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) -- beginning a student chapter for the NC Traid chapter

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Current Careers in the Arts Finding a job as an artist or designer can be competitive and oftentimes frustrating, but you can stand out from the pack by volunteering at an art gallery or creating a website displaying a portfolio of your best work.

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1. Accessory Designer 2. Advertising Director 3. Aerial Photographer 4. Airbrush Artist 5. Antique Specialist 6. AppliquĂŠ Artist 7. Archaeologist 8. Architect 9. Architectural Graphic Artist 10. Architectural Writer/Critic 11. Architecture Teacher 12. Art Activity Writer 13. Art Appraiser 14. Art Book Editor 15. Art Consultant 16. Art Coordinator 17. Art Critic 18. Art Dealer 19. Art Director 20. Art Distributor 21. Art Historian 22. Art Insurance Agent 23. Art Librarian 24. Art Magazine Editor 25. Art Researcher 26. Art Restorer 27. Art Specialist 28. Art Supervisor 29. Art Teacher 30. Art Teacher Assistant 31. Art Therapist 32. Artist in Residence 33. Artists' Agent 34. Audio/Visual Designer 35. Automobile Designer 36. Background Artist (TV) 37. Bank Note Designer 38. Basket Maker 39. Block Engraver 40. Book Jacket Designer 41. Bookbinder 42. Botanical Designer 43. Calendar Editor 44. Calligrapher 45. Camera Operator 46. Candle Maker 47. Caricaturist 48. Cartographer (mapmaker) 49. Cartoonist 50. Ceramicist 51. Children's Book Illustrator 52. Cinematographer 53. Comic Strip Artist 54. Commercial Photographer 55. Computer Graphic Artist 56. Conceptual Artist 57. Copywriter 58. Corporate Art Collector 59. Corporation Photographer 60. Costume Designer 61. Court Artist 62. Craftsperson 63. Curator 64. Curriculum Writer (Art) 65. Design Consultant 66. Designer 67. Drafter 68. Editorial Art Director 69. Editorial Illustrator 70. Enamellist 71. Environmental Artist 72. Environmental Designer

73. Environmental Planner 74. Equipment Designer 75. Exhibition Coordinator 76. Fabric Designer 77. Fashion Art Director 78. Fashion Consultant 79. Fashion Display Director 80. Fashion Editor/Writer 81. Fashion Illustrator 82. Fashion Merchandiser 83. Fashion Photographer 84. Faux Finish Specialist 85. Film Animator 86. Film Developer 87. Film Editor 88. Filmmaker 89. Fine Art Photographer 90. Fine Artist 91. Floor Covering Designer 92. Floral Designer 93. Forensic Artist 94. Foundry Worker 95. Furniture Designer 96. Gallery Assistant 97. Gallery Director 98. Gallery Owner 99. Gallery Photographer 100. Gem Cutter 101. Glass Blower 102. Goldsmith 103. Graphic Arts Technician 104. Greeting Card Designer 105. Hair Stylist Designer 106. Heavy Equipment Designer 107. Illustrator 108. Industrial Designer 109. Interior Decorator 110. Interior Designer 111. Jewelry Maker/Designer 112. Lace Maker 113. Landscape Designer 114. Law Enforcement Photographer 115. Lawyer with Art Specialty 116. Leatherworker 117. Legal Photographer 118. Lighting Designer 119. Lithographer 120. Lithographic Photographer 121. Magazine Art Director 122. Magazine Photographer 123. Makeup Artist 124. Manufacturer of Art Materials 125. Manuscript Illuminator 126. Marine Architect 127. Master Printer 128. Medical Illustrator 129. Metalsmith 130. Model Builder 131. Mold Maker 132. Movie Art Director 133. Movie Scene Painter 134. Mural Artist 135. Museum Curator 136. Museum Director 137. Museum Photographer 138. Museum Photographer 139. Musical Instrument Maker 140. Ornamental Metalwork Designer 141. Painter 142. Papermaker 143. Parade Float Designer 144. Patternmaker

145. Photo Researcher 146. Photo Re-Toucher 147. Photo Stylist 148. Photofinisher Specialist 149. Photographer 150. Photographic Engineer 151. Photography Teacher 152. Picture Framer 153. Photojournalist 154. Playground Designer 155. Police/Court Artist 156. Portrait Painter or Photographer 157. Poster Artist 158. Potter 159. Press Photographer 160. Printmaker 161. Private Art Instructor 162. Product Designer 163. Product Illustrator 164. Product Photographer 165. Promotion Designer 166. Puppet Designers 167. Puppeteer 168. Quick Sketch Artist 169. Retail Store Art Director 170. Rug Maker 171. Scenic Artist 172. School Photographer 173. Science Fiction Illustrator 174. Sculptor 175. Set Construction Worker 176. Showroom Manager 177. Sign Painter 178. Silk Screen Artist 179. Silversmith 180. Sketch Artist 181. Space Planner 182. Special Effects Artists 183. Sports Clothing Designer 184. Sports Equipment Designer 185. Stage Design 186. Stained Glass Maker 187. Stencil Illustrator 188. Storyboard Illustrator 189. Tapestry Worker 190. Tattoo Artist 191. Teachers Aide 192. Technical Illustrator 193. Television Art Director 194. Television Graphic Artist 195. Text Book Illustrator 196. Textile Artist 197. Theatre Set Designer 198. Theme Park Designer 199. Tool Designer 200. Toy Designer 201. Typographer 202. Video Artist 203. Wall Covering Designer 204. Transportation Designer 205. Wardrobe Staff 206. Web Site Designer 207. Window Display Designer 208. Wood Crafter 209. Workshop Coordinator

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Visual Art Program -- Plan of Work The Department of Visual and Performing Arts CORE: ARTS REQUIREMENTS

Total Credit Hours: 91

FRESHMAN: Art Foundations 18

SOPHOMORE 20

JUNIOR 25

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ART218 - ART HISTORY I

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ART 301 - VISUAL DESIGN I

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ART603 - STUDIO TECHNIQUES

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ART100 - BASIC DRAWING & COMP

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ART - LEVEL THREE PRIMARY STUDIO

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ART226 - DESIGN I (2D FOUNDATIONS)

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ART - LEVEL THREE SECONDARY STUDIO

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ART526 - SENIOR PROJECTS FALL

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ART - SOPHOMORE PORTFOLIO I

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ART310 - AFRICAN AMERICAN ART

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ART615 - MOTION ART I

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ART219 - ART HISTORY II

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ART229 - ANATOMY AND FIGURE

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ART 302 - VISUAL DESIGN II

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ART607 - PROJECT SEMINAR

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ART300 - DESIGN DRAWING

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ART - LEVEL TWO PRIMARY STUDIO

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ART - LEVEL FOUR PRIMARY STUDIO

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GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

Total Credit Hours: 33

FRESHMAN: Art Foundations)

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BIOL100 + LAB -- SR1

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MATH101 -- MLAR1

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HIST201 -- SBS1/AAS

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FRST100 -- SS1

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HIST202 -- SBS4

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PHIL262 -- MLAR2

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Visual Art Program -- Plan of Work The program is also planning a Junior - level study abroad experience for all majors in the program. We would like for all students to work closely with their advisor to plan to spend a semester or summer abroad as a Junior. FOUNDATIONS

FALL SEMESTER

FRESHMAN YEAR: Portfolio Review by a committee of three faculty members required before students are allowed to enter the STUDIO FOCUS AREAS listed below.

SPRING SEMESTER

ART 218. Art History I

ART 219. Art History II

ART 100. Basic Drawing and Composition

ART 300. Design Drawing

ART 226. Design I

ART 227. Design II

Students are required to submit a digital portfolio to the Visual Arts Office upon completion of the portfolio review.

STUDIO FOCUS AREA

LEVEL ONE STUDIOS

LEVEL TWO STUDIOS

LEVEL THREE STUDIOS

LEVEL FOUR STUDIOS

Drawing and Painting

ART 405. Materials and Techniques

ART 406. Painting Techniques

ART 528. Painting I

ART 529. Painting II

Graphic Design

ART 453. Typography

ART 460. Design and Typography

ART 450. Advertising Design I

ART 451. Advertising Design II

Illustration

ART 220. Graphic Presentation I

ART 221. Graphic Presentation II

ART 452. Commercial Art

ART 525. Lithography and Serigraphy

Digital Photo and Video

ART 603. Studio Techniques

ART 607. Project Seminar

ART 615. Motion Arts I

ART 616. Motion Arts II

Sculpture

ART 401. Ceramics

ART 402. Basic Sculpture

ART 606. Sculpture

ART 604. Ceramic Workshop

Art History

ART 224. Art Appreciation

ART 400. Renaissance Art

ART 459. Baroque and Rococo Art

ART 502. Seminar in Art History

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SENIOR PORTFOLIO REQUIREMENT SENIOR YEAR: Portfolio Review by a committee of the faculty members required before students are allowed to exit the program for graduation.

FALL SEMESTER ART 526. Senior Project

SPRING SEMESTER ART 526. Senior Project

ART 510. Internship Students are required to submit a digital portfolio to the Visual Arts Office upon completion of the portfolio review.

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STUDENT NAME:

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VISART Curriculum Guide 2013 -- (dra')

Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts STUDIO DESIGN Curriculum Guide FRESHMAN: FALL

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FRST 100 University Survival

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FRST 101 University Survival

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MATH 101 Fund. of Algebra and Trig (or) HIST 277 Quantitative History

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PHIL 262 Logic

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ENGL 100 Ideas and their Expression I

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ENGL 101 Ideas and their Expressions II

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ART 218 Art History I

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ART 219 Art History II

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ART 100 Basic Drawing and Comp.

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ART 300 Design Drawing

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ART 226 Design I

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ART 227 Design II

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SOPHOMORE: FALL

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SOPHOMORE: SPRING

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BIOL 100 Biological Science + LAB

4

PHYS 101 Introduction to Astronomy

3

HIST 201 African American History to 1877

3

SOCI 100 Principles of Sociology

3

ART 224 Color Theory

3

ART 229 Anatomy and Figure Drawing

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL ONE

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL TWO

3

SECONDARY STUDIO: LEVEL ONE

3

SECONDARY STUDIO: LEVEL TWO

3

ART - SOPHOMORE PORTFOLIO I

1

ART - SOPHOMORE PORTFOLIO II

1

JUNIOR: FALL

16

JUNIOR: SPRING

16

ART - JUNIOR PORTFOLIO I

1

ART - JUNIOR PORTFOLIO II

1

ART 301 Visual Design I

3

ART 302 Visual Design II

3

ART 310 African American Art

3

ART 520 Modern Art

3

ENGL 206 Film and Culture

3

SPCH 250 Speech Fundamentals

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL THREE

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL FOUR

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL THREE

3

PHIL 265 World Religions

3

SENIOR: FALL

15

SENIOR: SPRING

12

ART 603 Studio Techniques

3

ART 607 Project Seminar

3

ART 510 Internship

3

ART 526 Senior Projects

3

ART 526 Senior Projects

3

VPA ELECTIVE II (200)+

3

VPA ELECTIVE I (200)+

3

ART 616 Motion Art II

3

ART 615 Motion Art I

3

STUDIO FOCUS AREA

LEVEL ONE STUDIOS

LEVEL TWO STUDIOS

LEVEL THREE STUDIOS

LEVEL FOUR STUDIOS

DESIGN: Drawing and Painting

ART 405. Materials and Techniques

ART 406. Painting Techniques

ART 528. Painting I

ART 529. Painting II

Sculpture

ART 401. Ceramics

ART 402. Basic Sculpture

ART 606. Sculpture

ART 604. Ceramic Workshop

Digital Photo and Video

ART 603. Studio Techniques

ART 607. Project Seminar

ART 615. Motion Arts I

ART 616. Motion Arts II

Art History

ART 224. Art Appreciation

ART 400. Renaissance Art

ART 459. Baroque and Rococo Art

ART 602. Seminar in Art History

ADDITIONAL AREAS:

** Choose your primary and secondary focus studios from the listings above. *** CURRICULUM SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON UNIVERSITY APPROVALS TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 124

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STUDENT NAME:

BANNER #:

CAT YEAR: 2012-13 DRAFT

MEDIA (GRAPHIC) DESIGN AREA OF FOCUS

VISART Curriculum Guide 2013 -- (dra')

Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts MEDIA (GRAPHIC) DESIGN Curriculum Guide FRESHMAN: FALL

16

FRESHMAN: SPRING

16

FRST 100 University Survival

1

FRST 101 University Survival

1

MATH 101 Fund. of Algebra and Trig (or) HIST 277 Quantitative History

3

PHIL 262 Logic

3

ENGL 100 Ideas and their Expression I

3

ENGL 101 Ideas and their Expressions II

3

ART 218 Art History I

3

ART 219 Art History II

3

ART 100 Basic Drawing and Comp.

3

ART 300 Design Drawing

3

ART 226 Design I

3

ART 226 Design II

3

SOPHOMORE: FALL

17

SOPHOMORE: SPRING

16

BIOL 100 Biological Science + LAB

4

PHYS 101 Introduction to Astronomy

3

HIST 201 African American History to 1877

3

SOCI 100 Principles of Sociology

3

ART 402 Basic Sculpture

3

ART 229 Anatomy and Figure Drawing

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL ONE

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL TWO

3

SECONDARY STUDIO: LEVEL ONE

3

SECONDARY STUDIO: LEVEL TWO

3

ART - SOPHOMORE PORTFOLIO I

1

ART - SOPHOMORE PORTFOLIO II

1

JUNIOR: FALL

16

JUNIOR: SPRING

16

ART - JUNIOR PORTFOLIO I

1

ART - JUNIOR PORTFOLIO II

1

ART 301 Visual Design I

3

ART 302 Visual Design II

3

ART 310 African American Art

3

ART 520 Modern Art

3

ENGL 206 Film and Culture

3

SPCH 250 Speech Fundamentals

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL THREE

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL FOUR

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL THREE

3

PHIL 265 World Religions

3

SENIOR: FALL

15

SENIOR: SPRING

12

ART 603 Studio Techniques

3

ART 607 Project Seminar

3

ART 510 Internship

3

ART 526 Senior Projects

3

ART 526 Senior Projects

3

VPA ELECTIVE II (200)+

3

VPA ELECTIVE I (200)+

3

ART 616 Motion Art II

3

ART 615 Motion Art I

3

STUDIO FOCUS AREA

LEVEL ONE STUDIOS

LEVEL TWO STUDIOS

LEVEL THREE STUDIOS

LEVEL FOUR STUDIOS

MEDIA DESIGN Graphic Design

ART 453. Typography

ART 460. Design and Typography

ART 450. Advertising Design I

ART 451. Advertising Design II

Illustration

ART 220. Graphic Presentation I

ART 221. Graphic Presentation II

ART 452. Commercial Art

ART 525. Litho / Serigraphy

Digital Photo and Video

ART 603. Studio Techniques

ART 607. Project Seminar

ART 615. Motion Arts I

ART 616. Motion Arts II

Art History

ART 224. Art Appreciation

ART 400. Renaissance Art

ART 459. Baroque and Rococo Art

ART 602. Seminar in Art History

ADDITIONAL AREAS:

** Choose your primary and secondary focus studios from the listings above. *** CURRICULUM SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON UNIVERSITY APPROVALS TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 124

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STUDENT NAME:

BANNER #:

CAT YEAR: 2012-13 DRAFT

SECONDARY EDUCATION ART AREA OF FOCUS

VISART Curriculum Guide 2013 -- (dra')

Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts SECONDARY EDUCATION ART Curriculum Guide FRESHMAN: FALL

16

FRESHMAN: SPRING

16

FRST 100 University Survival

1

FRST 101 University Survival

1

MATH 101 Fund. of Algebra and Trig (or) HIST 277 Quantitative History

3

PHIL 262 Logic

3

ENGL 100 Ideas and their Expression I

3

ENGL 101 Ideas and their Expressions II

3

ART 218 Art History I

3

ART 219 Art History II

3

ART 100 Basic Drawing and Comp.

3

CUIN 101 Technology in the 21st Century Classroom

1

ART 226 Design I

3

ART 227 Design II

3

CUIN 110 Ethics in Teaching

2

SOPHOMORE: FALL

18

SOPHOMORE: SPRING

17

BIOL 100 Biological Science + LAB

4

PHYS 101 Introduction to Astronomy

3

HIST 201 African American History to 1877

3

SOCI 100 Principles of Sociology

3

ART 224 Color Theory

3

SPCH 250 Speech Fundamentals

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL ONE

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL TWO

3

SECONDARY STUDIO: LEVEL ONE

3

SECONDARY STUDIO: LEVEL TWO

3

CUIN 210 Cultural Relev Pedagogy

2

CUIN 310 Assessment in the 21st Century Classroom

2

JUNIOR: FALL

18

JUNIOR: SPRING

17

ART 600 Public School Art

3

CUIN 520 Literacy Diagnostics

2

FOLA I Foreign Language Elective

3

FOLA II Foreign Language Elective

3

ART 310 African American Art

3

ART 520 Modern Art

3

ENGL 206 Film and Culture

3

SPCH 250 Speech Fundamentals

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL THREE

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL FOUR

3

PRIMARY STUDIO: LEVEL THREE

3

PHIL 265 World Religions

3

SENIOR: FALL

15

SENIOR: SPRING

12

CUIN 525 Methods of Teaching Art

3

CUIN 660 Clinical Practice in Teacher Education

9

ELED 316 Creative Arts

3

CUIN 670 Capstone Experience

3

ART 526 Senior Projects

3

VPA ELECTIVE I (200)+

3

ART 615 Motion Art I

3

STUDIO FOCUS AREA

LEVEL ONE STUDIOS

LEVEL TWO STUDIOS

LEVEL THREE STUDIOS

LEVEL FOUR STUDIOS

DESIGN: Drawing and Painting

ART 405. Materials and Techniques

ART 406. Painting Techniques

ART 528. Painting I

ART 529. Painting II

Sculpture

ART 401. Ceramics

ART 402. Basic Sculpture

ART 606. Sculpture

ART 604. Ceramic Workshop

Digital Photo and Video

ART 603. Studio Techniques

ART 607. Project Seminar

ART 615. Motion Arts I

ART 616. Motion Arts II

Art History

ART 224. Art Appreciation

ART 400. Renaissance Art

ART 459. Baroque and Rococo Art

ART 602. Seminar in Art History

ADDITIONAL AREAS:

** Choose your primary and secondary focus studios from the listings above. *** CURRICULUM SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON UNIVERSITY APPROVALS TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 124

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College of Arts and Sciences Advisor’s Guide

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

VISART Curriculum Guide 2013

UNIVERSITY GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS -- total 33 credit hours MATHEMATICAL, LOGICAL, ANALYTICAL REASONING -- CREDIT HRS. 6 (at least one course with MATH prefix)

SCIENTIFIC REASONING -- CREDIT HRS. 7 (at least one lab--‐based course)

HIST 277 Quantitative History MATH 101 Fundamentals of Algebra and Trigonometry I MATH 102 Fundamentals of Algebra and Trigonometry II MATH 103 College Algebra and Trigonometry for Engineers and Scientists I MATH 104 College Algebra and Trigonometry for Engineers and Scientists II MATH 110 Pre-Calculus for Engineers and Scientists MATH 111 College Algebra and Trigonometry MATH 112 Calculus for Non Math Majors MATH 123 Discrete Mathematics I MATH 131 Calculus I MATH 132 Calculus II MATH 224 Introduction to Probability and Statistics MATH 231 Calculus III PHIL 262 Logic

BIOL 100 Biological Science BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology I BIOL 102 Concepts of Biology II CHEM 100 Physical Science CHEM 104 General Chemistry IV CHEM 106 General Chemistry VI CHEM 107 General Chemistry VII CHEM 110 Physical Science Lab CHEM 114 General Chemistry IV Lab CHEM 116 General Chemistry VI Lab CHEM 117 General Chemistry VII Lab EASC 201 Earth - Man's Environment (NOW ENVS 201) EES 234 Weather and Climate Studies ENVS 201 The Earth's Environment (PREVIOUSLY EASC 201) PHYS 101 Introduction to Astronomy PHYS 104 Introduction to Cosmology PHYS 105 Physics for Non-Scientists PHYS 110 Survey of Physics PHYS 111 Survey of Physics Lab PHYS 225 College Physics I PHYS 226 College Physics II PHYS 235 College Physics I Lab PHYS 236 College Physics II Lab PHYS 241 General Physics I PHYS 242 General Physics II PHYS 251 General Physics I Lab PHYS 252 General Physics II Lab

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES -- CREDIT HRS. 6 ECON 200 Introductory Microeconomics ECON 201 Introductory Macroeconomics JOMC 240 Media History SOCI 100 Principles of Sociology SOCI 200 Introduction to Anthropology SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES - KNOWLEDGE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE AND HISTORY -- CREDIT HRS. 3 HIST 201 African American History to 1877 HIST 202 African American History 1877 to the Present HIST 203 NC A&T State University: A Legacy of Social Activism and Aggie Pride HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS -- CREDIT HRS. 6

STUDENT SUCCESS -- CREDIT HRS. 2

ENGL 200 Survey of Humanities I ENGL 201 Survey of Humanities II ENGL 230 World Literature I ENGL 231 World Literature II MUSI 216 Music Appreciation PHIL 260 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 266 Contemporary Moral Problems PHIL 267 Philosophy of Love and Friendship PHIL 268 Introduction to Ethics SPCH 250 Fundamentals of Speech Communication

ACCT 301 Accounting Colloquium I BIOL 105 Biology Orientation I BIOL 205 Biology Orientation II CHEM 108 Chemistry Orientation CUIN 102 Introduction to Teacher Education I FCS 160 Introduction to Family and Consumer Sciences FRST 100 University Experience I (Center for Academic Excellence) FRST 101 University Experience II (Center for Academic Excellence) MATH 105 Seminar for Freshman and New Mathematics Majors PSYC 240 Freshman Seminar

HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS - KNOWLEDGE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE AND HISTORY LIBS 202 Introduction to African American Studies MUSI 220 History of Black Music in America SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES GLOBAL AWARENESS -- CREDIT HRS. 3 HIST 130 The World Since 1945 HIST 207 Modern World History HIST 216 African History Since 1800 HIST 231 Genocide

HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS - GLOBAL AWARENESS PHIL 265 World Religions PHIL 315 Business Ethics WRITTEN COMMUNICATION -- CREDIT HRS. 6 ENGL 100 Ideas and their Expressions I ENGL 101 Ideas and their Expressions II

*Additional Student Learning Outcomes: To be infused throughout the curriculum (no credit hour requirement) and assessed at the program level: Critical Thinking - Oral Communication - Ethical Reasoning - Writing in the Major.

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Nso 2013 visart bulletin  

This is the program bulletin that outlines the visual art curriculum and mission at North Carolina A&T State University.

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