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ARTS 525 - Graduate Drawing

(3 credits)
Prerequisite: Matriculation in the Visual Arts MAT program
Graduate level course work presumes an established level of proficiency in depicting the human figure as well as a comprehensive understanding of the full range of drawing materials and processes, to include mixed media. Course activities, as they often are combined with Drawing II, may frequently involve the human form as a starting point for expanded activity toward the development of a personal style. Nurturing a unique style that respects both ideational and/or observational concepts is a primary focus within this course. Every effort will be made to connect to style of drawing, past or present, as well as to luminaries within each (e.g., field trips, library research and, whenever possible, studio visits). Repeatable for different topics: may earn a maximum of nine credits. Meets six hours weekly. Offered annually. Additional fee required.