Technology, Art and Design - Design (TADD)
TADD 2931 Experimental Course (4 credits)
A course proposed for inclusion in the University curriculum. May not be offered more than two times as an experimental course.
TADD 3251 Watercolor/Aqueous Media (3 credits)
Concentration on the study of composition, color and light, leading to an understanding of watercolor and/or acrylics. Prerequisite: VSAR 2250 or consent of instructor.
TADD 3935 Experimental Course (4 credits)
The study and application of hand building for 3-dimensional visual design and problem solving that is integrated with the introduction to basic forming methods, glazing and firing of ceramic forms.
TADD 4250 Advanced Painting (1-4 credits)
Emphasis on individual understanding of painting media with special attention to creating a body of work appropriate to the individual painter. Prerequisite: VSAR 3252.
TADD 4808 Special Readings (2 credits)
Reading assignments related to studio research. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
TADD 4970 Internship (1-12 credits)
The following description may apply: The Visual Arts Internship program gives students the opportunity to spend a semester working one-on-one with an artist or for a major cultural institution. Each field experience is individually designed to meet the needs of the student.