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					Students who      (fill in Program SLOs below):                  PC   I/TL ML   SI   EC      CC   UA/
complete this                                                                                     H
program of
studies will be
able to:
CERAMICS          Demonstrate proper safety practices,           5
                  which are unique to a ceramics facility.

                  Create ceramic works of creative                                                1,2,
                  expression that incorporate content and                                         4
                  craftsmanship.
                  Write a formal analysis of a ceramic                               4,5
                  work.
                  Demonstrate the various skills necessary                                        1,2,4
                  to produce a creative body of ceramic
                  work.
                  Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of                            1,3,5
                  various ceramic art works.

                  Analyze the integration of form and                           2
                  surface on a ceramic work.
                  Describe the various techniques, styles,                                        1,2,4
                  symbolism,and characteristics seen in
                  contemporary ceramics.

DIGITAL MEDIA     Turn on computer, select and launch                 1
                  software, open a file, manipulate a
                  vector or raster graphic, save file to hard
                  drive.
                  Select correct software and tools for               1,2
                  problem solving and assignment
                  objectives.
                  List the specific technical skills needed to        1,2                         1
                  produce and manipulate images, as well
                  as communicate ideas and emotions,
                  through an understanding of the visual
                  elements of art.

             Write an essay using the vocabulary of                                  4            1
             the elements and principles of design to
             describe artwork.
             Produce art work that demonstrates the                                               1,4
             ability to problem solve and think
             critically.
DRAWING/PAIN Represent form on a two-dimensional                                                  1,4
TING         format using line.
           Investigate the effect of light on a form.                1,4

           Diagram on a flat surface a geometric         X
           shape as it recedes in space by creating a
           two-dimensional illusion of a three-
           dimensional object.

PHOTO      Recognize and recall the characteristics                  1,2,4
           and application of photographic tools,
           materials and processes in the
           production of photographs that apply to
           such photographic genres as art,
           commercial, fashion, editorial,
           photojournalism and documentary.

           Recognize, recall and demonstrate                         ,2,4
           proper laboratory procedures and
           practices to produce photographs of
           optimum technical craft.
           Recognize, discuss and                            4       1,2,4
           appraise/analyze/criticize visual themes
           and concepts, aesthetic and technical
           considerations within photography’s
           historical and contemporary contexts.

           Create photographs that demonstrate                       ,2,4
           the comprehension, knowledge and
           application of photography’s visual and
           technical attributes in developing a
           personal photographic vision.


CERAMICS   Demonstrate the various skills necessary to               1,2,4
           produce a creative body of ceramic work.

           Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of           1,3,5
           various ceramic art works.



           Analyze the integration of form and surface   2
           on a ceramic work.
           Describe the various techniques, styles,                  1,2,4
           symbolism,and characteristics seen in
           contemporary ceramics.
DIGITAL MEDIA    Select the correct software and tools for        1,2
                 manipulating a vector or raster graphic,
                 problem solving and assignment objectives.

                 List the specific technical skills needed to     1,2           1
                 produce and manipulate images, as well as
                 communicate ideas and emotions, through
                 an understanding of the visual elements of
                 art.
                 Write an essay using the vocabulary of the                 4   1
                 elements and principles of design to describe
                 artwork.

                 Produce art work that demonstrates the                         1,4
                 ability to problem solve and think critically.

DRAWING/PAINTI Represent form on a two-dimensional format                       1,4
NG             using line.
               Investigate the effect of light on a form.                       1,4



                 Diagram on a flat surface a geometric shape            X
                 as it recedes in space by creating a two-
                 dimensional illusion of a three-dimensional
                 object.
PHOTO            Recognize and recall the characteristics and                   1,2,4
                 application of photographic tools, materials
                 and processes in the production of
                 photographs that apply to such photographic
                 genres as art, commercial, fashion, editorial,
                 photojournalism and documentary.

                 Recognize, recall and demonstrate proper                       ,2,4
                 laboratory procedures and practices to
                 produce photographs of optimum technical
                 craft.
                 Recognize, discuss and                                     4   1,2,4
                 appraise/analyze/criticize visual themes and
                 concepts, aesthetic and technical
                 considerations within photography’s
                 historical and contemporary contexts.

                 Create photographs that demonstrate the                        ,2,4
                 comprehension, knowledge and application
                 of photography’s visual and technical
                 attributes in developing a personal
                 photographic vision.

ART HISTORY                                                                 X   X

                 Relate and apply the appropriate art
                 terminology and vocabulary to works of art.
SCULPTURE                                                    X   X

            Recognize and discuss the importance of
            conceptual and technological developments
            of sculpture in the Twentieth Century -- with
            an understanding of sculpture as a vehicle for
            social, political and cultural expression.
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ML3
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Code   Productive Citizenry


PC1    Identify and analyze
       ethical problems or
       dilemmas as well as
       identify and describe
       those involved.
PC2    Demonstrate academic
       integrity.
PC3    Comprehend and apply
       the rights,
       responsibilities, and
       privileges required of an
       informed citizen in a
       democratic society.
PC4    Demonstrate an
       understanding of civic,
       social, and
       environmental issues.
PC5    Analyze, apply, and
       practice healthy lifestyle
       choices.


PC6    Apply principles of
       personal financial
       planning and
       management.



Code   Understanding of the
       Arts and Humanities
AH1    Analyze and evaluate
       music as well as the
       visual and performing
       arts.
AH2    Demonstrate basic
       knowledge of the arts,
       literature, history, and
       philosophy.
AH3    Utilize knowledge of
       history and philosophy
       in decision-making.




AH4    Develop creative
       expression.


Code   Informational and
       Technological Literacy




IT1    Utilize basic computer
       applications effectively
       when performing tasks
       that necessitate
       computer use.

IT2    Conduct research,
       critically assess, utilize,
       and cite information.
IT3    Synthesize, integrate,
       and contextualize
       multiple outside sources
       with individual voice,
       analysis, or position.


Code   Cultural Competence
CC1    Demonstrate knowledge
       of one’s own culture as
       well as others.

CC2    Demonstrate the ability
       to interact effectively
       within and across
       cultures.
CC3    Analyze and describe
       the impact religion,
       mass media, politics,
       economics, technology,
       environment, and
       history has on society.


       Demonstrate the ability
       to communicate
       effectively in a language
       other than one’s own.


CC4
Code   Effective
       Communication
EC1    Apply oral
       communication skills in
       order to maintain
       relationships, articulate
       perspectives, and solve
       problems within
       interpersonal, small
       group, and public
       contexts.

       Apply listening skills in
       order to understand,
       analyze, and evaluate
       messages and to
       empathize with and
       support others.
EC2    Read critically and
       analytically, identifying
       central arguments and
       lines of reasoning in a
       number of different
       kinds of texts.

EC3    Demonstrate autonomy
       as writers by making
       effective rhetorical
       choices regarding point
       of view, tone, and voice
       in relation to audience
       and purpose.

       Use logical, ethical, and
       emotional appeals,
       avoiding logical
       fallacies in thought and
       language and utilizing a
       variety of rhetorical
       strategies.

EC4

EC5
Code   Mathematical Literacy

ML1    Apply mathematical
       principles to solve
       problems effectively in
       science, business, and
       everyday life.
ML2    Demonstrate a sense of
       number to make
       informed decisions,
       estimate orders of
       magnitude, read a chart
       or a graph, and follow
       an argument based on
       numerical evidence.

       Apply statistical
       numeracy by making
       sensible estimates, use a
       commonsense approach
       when using data to
       support an argument,
       and judiciously apply
       averages and
       percentages.

ML3
Code   Scientific Inquiry
SI1   Analyze and apply the
      principles of the social,
      behavioral, physical,
      and natural sciences.

SI2   Apply scientific
      methods of inquiry and
      analysis through critical
      reading, research, and
      experimentation.

SI3   Employ quantitative
      reasoning to solve
      problems and justify
      conclusions with
      reasoned and
      scientifically sound
      argument.
      Distinguish between
      unverifiable beliefs and
      the knowledge gained
      through the objectivity
      of science.
SI4   Correctly analyze and
      assess cause and effect
      relationships in natural
      phenomena.
SI5
Students who       (fill in Program SLOs below):                    PC   I/TL   ML   SI   EC   CC   UA/H
complete this
program of studies
will be able to:

                    describe the important elements in the
                    medium of art they are studying

                    interpret art in the medium they are studying

                    evaluate art in the medium they are studying
COURSE #   SLO

ART 100          1 Relate the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.

ART 120          1 Apply the elements of art and the principles of design to compositions.
                 2 Critique art verbally and in writing

ART 121          1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.
                 2 Critique art verbally and in writing

ART 124          1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.
                 2 Critique art verbally and in writing

ART 125          1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.
                 2 Apply the elements of art and the principles of design to compositions.
                 3 Critique art verbally and in writing


                   Be able to identify, design and create works of art that incorporate the ceramic
                   techniques of pinch, coil, soft slab and stiff slab Construction that will be graded by
ART 126          1 instructor generated rubric as well as teacher/student dialogue and critique.
                   Have explored and created various functional and non-Functional works using the
                   potter’s wheel as the main source of creation and formation. Students will create
                   cylinders, bowls, cups, goblets, and pitchers that will be graded according to a teacher
                 2 designed rubric.

                   Analyze, explore, design, and implement basic ceramic glaze techniques of dipping,
                 3 brushing trailing, masking, waxing, dry footing, into their self designed ceramic artwork.
                   Be able to discern and identify what techniques, tools and equipment have been used
                 4 to create historical and contemporary ceramic art.

                 5 Have given written critiques of other artist work through a written gallery reports.
                   Exhibit an understanding of safety and health issues that are encountered within the
                 6 ceramics studio environment.

ART 127          1   Demonstrate the fundamental skills of kiln loading and firing.
                 2   Create a ceramic piece, which is a realistic rendering of a found object.
                 3   Locate recipes, prepare and safely mix glazes for testing.
                 4   Select the appropriate vocabulary for discussing contemporary ceramics.
                 5   Analyze and discuss the concept of content in ceramic art.
                 6   Execute a ceramic piece based on a theme.

ART 128          1   Experiment and manipulate glaze formulas for personal need and use.
                 2   Develop ceramic works that shows a unique personal look.
                 3   Write a visual or formal analysis of a work of art
                 4   Design and construct large ceramic pieces utilizing modular components

                   Demonstrate a working knowledge and understanding of the basic concepts of a three-
                   dimensional form, including plane, volume, mass, space, line, texture, repetition,
ART 129          1 emphasis, balance, proportion and light.
                   Demonstrate an understanding of three-dimensional visual thinking as separate and
                 2 distinct from two -dimensional visual thinking.
                   Independently produce problem - solving projects that successfully incorporate the
                 3 basic concepts of three-dimensional art.
             4 Make individual aesthetic decisions and judgments related to their own artwork.

             5 Skillfully use a variety of three-dimensional materials, techniques and hand tools.
               Demonstrate skills in additive, subtractive, and mold casting methods of production for
             6 three-dimensional form.
               Discuss, critique and evaluate their own three-dimensional forms, as well as those of
             7 others.
               Examine, compare and analyze historical and contemporary examples of three-
             8 dimensional art in a global context.

                 Recognize and discuss the importance of conceptual and technological developments of
                 sculpture in the Twentieth Century -- with an understanding of sculpture as a vehicle for
ART 130      1   social, political and cultural expression.
                 Compose Sculpture through all stages of development from conception to completion
                 demonstrating skill development, the ability to control media, and the exploration of
             2   personal expression.
                 Orchestrate visual elements to produce Sculpture rooted in design principles and
                 elements, and conveying conceptual meaning as core elements of visual
             3   communication.
                 Critique art verbally and in writing articulating Sculpture’s ascendancy as a means of
             4   aesthetic communication.
                 Demonstrate application of Sculpture tools, materials and processes in a safe and
             5   effective manner.

               To expand the student’s awareness of historical and contemporary metalwork and to
               explore the roles that body adornment and metal objects of utility, containment, and
ART 131      1 ceremony play in society.

               To expand the student’s awareness of historical and contemporary metalwork and to
               explore the roles that body adornment and metal objects of utility, containment, and
ART 132      1 ceremony play in society.

               To expand the student’s awareness of historical and contemporary metalwork and to
               explore the roles that body adornment and metal objects of utility, containment, and
ART 133      1 ceremony play in society.

               Demonstrate application of Patina tools, materials and processes in a safe and effective
ART 134      1 manner.
               Recognize and discuss the importance of technological developments of Patination and
             2 Surface treatments in metal
               Independently produce problem - solving techniques that successfully incorporate the
             3 basic concepts of patina on metal surfaces.
               Make aesthetic decisions and judgments related surface and finishes in relationship to
             4 their own artwork.
               Demonstrate skill development, the ability to control media, and the exploration of
             5 technology related to metal surfacing and finishing.

ART 136 A-     Demonstrate the fundamental skills necessary to formulate a cone 6 glaze, utilizing raw
B            1 ceramic ingredients.
             2 Analyze a cone 6 glaze test utilizing empirical data and hyper glaze software.

             3 Develop a range of colored glazes utilizing base glazes, primary and secondary fluxes.

             4 Articulate the basic safety concerns that are necessary when formulating glazes.
             5 List the general glaze materials used in glaze formulation and define their prosperities.


               Be able to identify, design and create works of art that incorporate the ceramic
               techniques of pinch, coil, soft slab and stiff slab construction that will be graded by
ART 137A     1 instructor generated rubric as well as teacher/student dialogue and critique.
               Have explored and created various functional and non-functional works using the
               potters wheel as the main source of creation and formation. Students will create
               cylinders, bowls, cups, goblets, and pitchers that will be graded according to a teacher
             2 designed rubric.

               Analyze, explore, design, and implement basic ceramic glaze techniques of dipping,
             3 brushing trailing, masking, waxing, dry footing, into their self designed ceramic artwork.
               Be able to discern and identify what techniques, tools and equipment have been used
             4 to create historical and contemporary ceramic art.

             5 Have given written critiques of other artist work through a written gallery reports.
               Exhibit an understanding of safety and health issues that are encountered within the
             6 ceramics studio environment.

ART 137B     1 Demonstrate the fundamental skills of kiln loading and firing.

             2   Create ceramic pieces, which have recognizable components from found objects.
             3   Locate recipes, prepare and safely mix glazes for testing.
             4   Select the appropriate vocabulary for discussing contemporary ceramics.
             5   Analyze and discuss the concept of content in ceramic art.
             6   Execute a ceramic piece based on content.

               Produce cast objects incorporating mold-making technologies for producing sculpture,
ART 138      1 jewelry and architectural facades.
               Evaluate and compare contemporary developments in casting methods and
             2 technologies.
               Calculate the material and equipment required to construct molds and investment
             3 molds.

             4 Explore traditional investment molds and plaster sculpture casting production methods.
               Compare and formulate design tactics, assembly methods, surface refinement and
             5 finishing techniques.
               Compose designs that employ casting methodologies and concepts in combination with
             6 contemporary aesthetic theories.

ART 139 A-     Ability to discern and identify techniques, tools and equipment used to create
C            1 contemporary jewelry.
               Exhibit an understanding of safety and health issues that are encountered within a
             2 jewelry studio environment.


ART 140      1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.


ART 141      1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.


ART 142      1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.
ART 143      1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.


ART 144      1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.


ART 145      1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.


ART 146      1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.


ART 147      1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.

ART 150      1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 150**

ART 151      1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 151**

ART 152      1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 152**

ART 154      1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 154**


ART 160      1 Orchestrate visual elements to produce a portfolio reflecting personal direction.
               Within a specialized topic of their discipline area, students will be able to define and
               analyze visual strategies that attempt to establish personal visual themes, ideas and
             2 concepts in their work.
               Assess and Critique in writing and verbally the history, theories and techniques of art as
             3 related to the specific curriculum or the course.
               Demonstrate the ability to recognize and recall the critical issues and visual strategies
             4 for presenting their work in a professional manner.

               Demonstrate application of critical thinking practices in describing, interpreting and
               evaluating their art as a means of effective creative expression and communication of
             5 their personal vision in a professional mode.
               Analyze and demonstrate the production of a professional bio, resume and media
               materials as applied in school applications; scholarship grant applications, museum and
               gallery exhibit prospectus; residency and job applications; and other related
             6 professional documentation.

                 Compose sculpture with the ability to control media, and the exploration of the figure
ART 164      1   as a vehicle to create Art.
             2   Understand the Human Figure and reproduce it in a variety of materials
                 Orchestrate visual elements to produce figure sculpture reflecting a sensitivity to form
             3   and the transition of soft to hard forms.
                 Investigate proportion and the relationship of parts of the human form in relationship
             4   to other parts and the figure as a whole.

ART 165 A-     Ability to discern and identify techniques, tools and equipment used to create
C            1 contemporary Sculpture.
               Exhibit an understanding of safety and health issues that are encountered within a
             2 Sculpture studio environment.
               Turn on computer, select and launch software, open a file, manipulate a vector or raster
ART 170      1 graphic, save file to hard drive

               Turn on computer, select and launch software, open a file, manipulate a vector or raster
ART 171      1 graphic, save file to hard drive.

             2 Select correct software and tools for problem solving and assignment objectives.
               List the specific technical skills needed to produce and manipulate images, as well as
               communicate ideas and emotions, through an understanding of the visual elements of
             3 art.
               Write an essay using the vocabulary of the elements and principles of design to describe
             4 artwork.

             5 Produce art work that demonstrates the ability to problem solve and think critically.

               Utilize digital imaging tools and techniques for image editing, tonal and color correction,
ART 175      1 and special effects.

               Assemble multiple images into composite digital representations that incorporate color
             2 and design principles to achieve a sense of style, dimension and depth.
               Plan, prepare, and design digital imagery that incorporates message in conjunction with
             3 artistic and technical elements of professional quality.

             4 Produce art work that demonstrates the ability to problem solve and think critically

               Draw imagery directly into digital devices to create digital representations that
               incorporate color and design principles to achieve a sense of style, dimension and
ART 176      1 depth.

               Make digital paintings that incorporate color and design principles to achieve a sense of
ART 177      1 style, dimension and depth.

ART 179 A-     Use digital imaging software and hardware to create digital representations that
D            1 incorporate color and design principles.

               Draw a sequence of a character in movement that incorporate color and design
ART 184      1 principles to achieve a sense of style, dimension and depth.

ART 189      1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE THTR 189**

               Upon successful completion of this course, students will have the skills to Independently
               produce problem - solving projects that successfully incorporate the basic concepts of
ART 199      1 visual art.
               Students will be able to identify, examine, and assess a component of the discipline in a
             2 study of individualized content.

             3 Make individual aesthetic decisions and judgments related to their own artwork.
               Write a one page Project Proposal describing the goals and methods of the special
             4 study or project.

ART 220      1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.
             2 Apply the elements of art and the principles of design to compositions.
             3 Critique art verbally and in writing

ART 226      1 Execute all skills necessary to safely fire any kiln in the department.
             Use the appropriate ceramic and art terminology in the analysis of a contemporary
           2 artist.
             Produce a body of ceramic work while maintaining a consistent direction in content and
           3 craftsmanship.
           4 Articulate a formal analysis of their body of work.

               Execute a series of ceramic works that are distinguished as a specific body of
ART 227    1   work emphasizing a focused personal style or vision
           2   Write a formal analysis of a work of contemporary ceramic art
           3   Write a formal analysis of the student’s ceramic art
               Develop a number of specific advanced methods and techniques for building
           4   and coloring their ceramic sculpture

           5 Produce several high quality digital images, representing their ceramic art
           6 Investigate opportunities to exhibit publicize their works of art

             Recognize and discuss the importance of conceptual and technological developments of
             sculpture since 1975 -- with an understanding of sculpture as a vehicle for social,
ART 229    1 political and cultural expression.

               Compose Sculpture with the ability to control media, and the exploration advanced
           2   conceptual and technological knowledge of contemporary sculpture.
               Orchestrate visual elements to produce Sculpture reflecting personal direction and
           3   communication skills through mixed media elements.
               Assess and Critique in writing and verbally the history, theories and techniques of
           4   sculpture since 1975
               Demonstrate application of Sculpture tools, materials and processes at an advanced
           5   level in a safe and effective manner

ART 230    1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.
           2 Critique art verbally and in writing

ART 231    1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.
           2 Apply the elements of art and the principles of design to compositions.
           3 Critique art verbally and in writing

ART 237A   1   Experiment and manipulate glaze formulas for personal need and use.
           2   Develop ceramic works that shows a unique personal look.
           3   Write a visual or formal analysis of a work of art.
           4   Design and construct large ceramic pieces utilizing modular components.

ART 237B   1 Execute all skills necessary to safely fire any kiln in the department.
             Use the appropriate ceramic and art terminology in the analysis of a contemporary
           2 artist.
             Produce a body of ceramic work while maintaining a consistent direction in content and
           3 craftsmanship.
           4 Articulate a formal analysis of their body of work.

ART 240    1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.
           2 Critique art verbally and in writing

ART 252    1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 252**
ART 253 A-
D            1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 253**

                 Compose sculpture with an advanced ability to control media, and the exploration of
ART 264      1   the figure as a vehicle to create Art.
                 Understand the Human Figure and anatomy at an advanced level, and reproduce it in a
             2   variety of materials.
                 Orchestrate visual elements to produce figure sculpture reflecting an advanced
             3   sensitivity to form and gesture in relation to the human form.
                 Investigate proportion and form through the figure in relationship to the viewer and the
             4   work’s intended environmental context.

ART 265 A-     Ability to identify and implement techniques, tools and equipment used to create
C            1 contemporary Sculpture at an advanced level.
               Demonstrate an advanced understanding of safety and health issues that are
             2 encountered within a Sculpture studio environment.

ART 271      1 Typeset text using professional type rules and standards.

               Build page layouts that incorporate color and design principles to achieve a sense of
ART 272      1 style, dimension and depth.

ART 273      1 Write a list of at least 20 steps to include in a pre-press procedure.

               Build web page layouts that incorporate color and design principles to achieve a sense
ART 274      1 of style, dimension and depth.


               Plan, prepare, and design digital imagery for fine art that incorporates message in
ART 275      1 conjunction with design and technical elements of professional quality.

                 Recognize and discuss the importance of conceptual and technological developments of
                 contemporary sculpture -- with an understanding of sculpture as a vehicle for social,
ART 280      1   political and cultural expression
                 Compose Sculpture with the ability to control media and explore structural elements in
             2   sculpture of all media
                 Orchestrate visual elements to fabricate shapes and elements to produce sculpture
             3   using balance and structural stability
                 Assess and Critique in writing and verbally the theories and techniques of fabricating
             4   contemporary sculpture
                 Demonstrate application of Sculpture tools, equipment, materials and processes at an
             5   advanced level in a safe and effective manner

                 Recognize and discuss the importance of producing Sculpture in a public context and
ART 281 A-       the commissioning process with an understanding of sculpture’s role as a vehicle for
D            1   public art.
                 Compose Sculpture with the ability to incorporate site considerations in designing work
             2   within a social, political and cultural matrix.
                 Assess and Critique in writing and verbally the theories and techniques of Art in a public
             3   context.
                 Design and Orchestrate visual elements that address historical context and community
             4   identity.
                 Demonstrate application of Sculpture tools, equipment, materials and processes at an
             5   advanced level in a safe and effective manner.
ART 283 A-
D            1 Recognize and discuss operation of tools and related foundry equipment.
               Assess and Participate in metal casting processes through the actual operation of
             2 furnaces and casting equipment.

               Assess and Critique the theory and practice of refractory, burner and combustion safety
             3 systems indispensable to the production of contemporary sculpture.
               Demonstrate application of Foundry tools, equipment, materials and processes at an
             4 advanced level in a safe and effective manner.
               Examine and evaluate the practice, operation and maintenance of sculpture foundry
             5 equipment and casting production tools.

               Demonstrate the ability to recognize and recall the critical issues and visual strategies of
               historical, modern and contemporary Art thought within specialized genres of specific
ART 298      1 media.

               Create works or research projects of creative expression that demonstrate the
               purposeful use of visual strategies that establish personal visual themes, ideas and
             2 concepts within the context of historical, modern and contemporary theories of Art.
               Students will be able to recognize essential discipline skills and content and apply them
             3 to projects related to the course.

               Students will be able to define and analyze components within a specialized topic of the
ART 299      1 discipline.
               Assess and Critique in writing or verbally the history, theories and techniques of art as
             2 related to the specific curriculum or the course.
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COURSE #   SLO                                                                                                Exams   Quizzes Disc    Essays Artwork Projects   m Rpts e        ation    Exam ?s



ART 100          1 Relate the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.                     x       x

ART 120          1 Apply the elements of art and the principles of design to compositions.
                 2 Critique art verbally and in writing

ART 121          1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.
                 2 Critique art verbally and in writing                                                                      x        x       x
                                                                                                                             x        x       x
ART 124          1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.                                                       x        x       x
                 2 Critique art verbally and in writing
                                                                                                                             x        x       x
ART 125          1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.                                                       x        x       x
                 2 Apply the elements of art and the principles of design to compositions.                                   x        x       x
                 3 Critique art verbally and in writing
                                                                                                                                              x

                   Be able to identify, design and create works of art that incorporate the ceramic
                   techniques of pinch, coil, soft slab and stiff slab Construction that will be graded by
ART 126          1 instructor generated rubric as well as teacher/student dialogue and critique.                                              x
                   Have explored and created various functional and non-Functional works using the
                   potter’s wheel as the main source of creation and formation. Students will create
                   cylinders, bowls, cups, goblets, and pitchers that will be graded according to a teacher
                 2 designed rubric.                                                                                                           x

                   Analyze, explore, design, and implement basic ceramic glaze techniques of dipping,
                 3 brushing trailing, masking, waxing, dry footing, into their self designed ceramic artwork.
                   Be able to discern and identify what techniques, tools and equipment have been used
                 4 to create historical and contemporary ceramic art.                                         x                                       x

                 5 Have given written critiques of other artist work through a written gallery reports.
                   Exhibit an understanding of safety and health issues that are encountered within the
                 6 ceramics studio environment.
                                                                                                              x                                       x
ART 127          1 Demonstrate the fundamental skills of kiln loading and firing.                             x                                       x
                 2 Create a ceramic piece, which is a realistic rendering of a found object.                  x                                       x
                 3 Locate recipes, prepare and safely mix glazes for testing.
          4 Select the appropriate vocabulary for discussing contemporary ceramics.                       x           x
          5 Analyze and discuss the concept of content in ceramic art.                                    x           x
          6 Execute a ceramic piece based on a theme.                                                     x           x
                                                                                                          x           x
ART 128   1   Experiment and manipulate glaze formulas for personal need and use.                         x           x
          2   Develop ceramic works that shows a unique personal look.                                    x           x
          3   Write a visual or formal analysis of a work of art
          4   Design and construct large ceramic pieces utilizing modular components                      x           x
                                                                                                          x           x
            Demonstrate a working knowledge and understanding of the basic concepts of a three-
            dimensional form, including plane, volume, mass, space, line, texture, repetition,
ART 129   1 emphasis, balance, proportion and light.                                            x                     x
            Demonstrate an understanding of three-dimensional visual thinking as separate and
          2 distinct from two -dimensional visual thinking.                                     x                     x
            Independently produce problem - solving projects that successfully incorporate the
          3 basic concepts of three-dimensional art.

          4 Make individual aesthetic decisions and judgments related to their own artwork.               x           x

          5 Skillfully use a variety of three-dimensional materials, techniques and hand tools.     x                 x
            Demonstrate skills in additive, subtractive, and mold casting methods of production for
          6 three-dimensional form.                                                                               x   x
            Discuss, critique and evaluate their own three-dimensional forms, as well as those of
          7 others.
            Examine, compare and analyze historical and contemporary examples of three-
          8 dimensional art in a global context.                                                                      x
                                                                                                                      x
              Recognize and discuss the importance of conceptual and technological developments of
              sculpture in the Twentieth Century -- with an understanding of sculpture as a vehicle for
ART 130   1   social, political and cultural expression.                                                      x           x
              Compose Sculpture through all stages of development from conception to completion
              demonstrating skill development, the ability to control media, and the exploration of
          2   personal expression.                                                                                        x
              Orchestrate visual elements to produce Sculpture rooted in design principles and
              elements, and conveying conceptual meaning as core elements of visual
          3   communication.
              Critique art verbally and in writing articulating Sculpture’s ascendancy as a means of
          4   aesthetic communication.                                                                        x           x
              Demonstrate application of Sculpture tools, materials and processes in a safe and
          5   effective manner.                                                                                   x   x
                                                                                                                x   x
               To expand the student’s awareness of historical and contemporary metalwork and to
               explore the roles that body adornment and metal objects of utility, containment, and
ART 131      1 ceremony play in society.                                                                    x           x
                                                                                                                    x
               To expand the student’s awareness of historical and contemporary metalwork and to
               explore the roles that body adornment and metal objects of utility, containment, and
ART 132      1 ceremony play in society.
                                                                                                                        x   x   x   x
               To expand the student’s awareness of historical and contemporary metalwork and to
               explore the roles that body adornment and metal objects of utility, containment, and
ART 133      1 ceremony play in society.
                                                                                                                        x   x   x   x
                 Demonstrate application of Patina tools, materials and processes in a safe and effective
ART 134      1   manner.
                 Recognize and discuss the importance of technological developments of Patination and
             2   Surface treatments in metal                                                                            x   x   x   x
                 Independently produce problem - solving techniques that successfully incorporate the
             3   basic concepts of patina on metal surfaces.
                 Make aesthetic decisions and judgments related surface and finishes in relationship to
             4   their own artwork.                                                                                 x
                 Demonstrate skill development, the ability to control media, and the exploration of
             5   technology related to metal surfacing and finishing.                                               x
                                                                                                                    x
ART 136 A-     Demonstrate the fundamental skills necessary to formulate a cone 6 glaze, utilizing raw
B            1 ceramic ingredients.                                                                                 x
             2 Analyze a cone 6 glaze test utilizing empirical data and hyper glaze software.                       x

             3 Develop a range of colored glazes utilizing base glazes, primary and secondary fluxes.

             4 Articulate the basic safety concerns that are necessary when formulating glazes.

             5 List the general glaze materials used in glaze formulation and define their prosperities.
                                                                                                                    x

               Be able to identify, design and create works of art that incorporate the ceramic
               techniques of pinch, coil, soft slab and stiff slab construction that will be graded by
ART 137A     1 instructor generated rubric as well as teacher/student dialogue and critique.
               Have explored and created various functional and non-functional works using the
               potters wheel as the main source of creation and formation. Students will create
               cylinders, bowls, cups, goblets, and pitchers that will be graded according to a teacher
             2 designed rubric.

               Analyze, explore, design, and implement basic ceramic glaze techniques of dipping,
             3 brushing trailing, masking, waxing, dry footing, into their self designed ceramic artwork.
               Be able to discern and identify what techniques, tools and equipment have been used
             4 to create historical and contemporary ceramic art.                                         x       x

             5 Have given written critiques of other artist work through a written gallery reports.       x       x
               Exhibit an understanding of safety and health issues that are encountered within the
             6 ceramics studio environment.                                                               x       x
                                                                                                          x       x
ART 137B     1 Demonstrate the fundamental skills of kiln loading and firing.                             x       x

             2   Create ceramic pieces, which have recognizable components from found objects.            x       x
             3   Locate recipes, prepare and safely mix glazes for testing.
             4   Select the appropriate vocabulary for discussing contemporary ceramics.                  x       x
             5   Analyze and discuss the concept of content in ceramic art.                               x       x
             6   Execute a ceramic piece based on content.                                                x       x
                                                                                                          x       x
               Produce cast objects incorporating mold-making technologies for producing sculpture,
ART 138      1 jewelry and architectural facades.                                                         x       x
               Evaluate and compare contemporary developments in casting methods and
             2 technologies.                                                                              x       x
               Calculate the material and equipment required to construct molds and investment
             3 molds.

             4 Explore traditional investment molds and plaster sculpture casting production methods.             x
               Compare and formulate design tactics, assembly methods, surface refinement and
             5 finishing techniques.                                                                  x           x
               Compose designs that employ casting methodologies and concepts in combination with
             6 contemporary aesthetic theories.                                                       x
                                                                                                              x
ART 139 A-     Ability to discern and identify techniques, tools and equipment used to create
C            1 contemporary jewelry.                                                                          x
               Exhibit an understanding of safety and health issues that are encountered within a
             2 jewelry studio environment.                                                                    x   x
ART 140   1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.             x


ART 141   1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.
                                                                                                         x   x

ART 142   1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.
                                                                                                         x   x

ART 143   1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.
                                                                                                         x   x

ART 144   1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.
                                                                                                         x   x

ART 145   1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.
                                                                                                         x   x

ART 146   1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.
                                                                                                         x   x

ART 147   1 Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology and vocabulary to works of art.
                                                                                                         x   x
ART 150   1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 150**
                                                                                                         x   x
ART 151   1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 151**

ART 152   1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 152**

ART 154   1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 154**


ART 160   1 Orchestrate visual elements to produce a portfolio reflecting personal direction.
            Within a specialized topic of their discipline area, students will be able to define and
            analyze visual strategies that attempt to establish personal visual themes, ideas and
          2 concepts in their work.
            Assess and Critique in writing and verbally the history, theories and techniques of art as
          3 related to the specific curriculum or the course.
               Demonstrate the ability to recognize and recall the critical issues and visual strategies
             4 for presenting their work in a professional manner.

               Demonstrate application of critical thinking practices in describing, interpreting and
               evaluating their art as a means of effective creative expression and communication of
             5 their personal vision in a professional mode.                                                   x
               Analyze and demonstrate the production of a professional bio, resume and media
               materials as applied in school applications; scholarship grant applications, museum and
               gallery exhibit prospectus; residency and job applications; and other related
             6 professional documentation.                                                                     x
                                                                                                           x   x
               Compose sculpture with the ability to control media, and the exploration of the figure
ART 164      1 as a vehicle to create Art.                                                                 x   x
             2 Understand the Human Figure and reproduce it in a variety of materials
               Orchestrate visual elements to produce figure sculpture reflecting a sensitivity to form
             3 and the transition of soft to hard forms.
               Investigate proportion and the relationship of parts of the human form in relationship
             4 to other parts and the figure as a whole.                                                           x
                                                                                                                   x
ART 165 A-     Ability to discern and identify techniques, tools and equipment used to create
C            1 contemporary Sculpture.                                                                             x
               Exhibit an understanding of safety and health issues that are encountered within a
             2 Sculpture studio environment.                                                                       x

               Turn on computer, select and launch software, open a file, manipulate a vector or raster
ART 170      1 graphic, save file to hard drive                                                         x

               Turn on computer, select and launch software, open a file, manipulate a vector or raster
ART 171      1 graphic, save file to hard drive.

             2 Select correct software and tools for problem solving and assignment objectives.
               List the specific technical skills needed to produce and manipulate images, as well as
               communicate ideas and emotions, through an understanding of the visual elements of
             3 art.
               Write an essay using the vocabulary of the elements and principles of design to describe
             4 artwork.

             5 Produce art work that demonstrates the ability to problem solve and think critically.
               Utilize digital imaging tools and techniques for image editing, tonal and color correction,
ART 175      1 and special effects.                                                                              x

               Assemble multiple images into composite digital representations that incorporate color
             2 and design principles to achieve a sense of style, dimension and depth.                                   x
               Plan, prepare, and design digital imagery that incorporates message in conjunction with
             3 artistic and technical elements of professional quality.

             4 Produce art work that demonstrates the ability to problem solve and think critically

               Draw imagery directly into digital devices to create digital representations that
               incorporate color and design principles to achieve a sense of style, dimension and
ART 176      1 depth.
                                                                                                                         x
               Make digital paintings that incorporate color and design principles to achieve a sense of
ART 177      1 style, dimension and depth.

ART 179 A-     Use digital imaging software and hardware to create digital representations that
D            1 incorporate color and design principles.

               Draw a sequence of a character in movement that incorporate color and design
ART 184      1 principles to achieve a sense of style, dimension and depth.

ART 189      1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE THTR 189**

               Upon successful completion of this course, students will have the skills to Independently
               produce problem - solving projects that successfully incorporate the basic concepts of
ART 199      1 visual art.
               Students will be able to identify, examine, and assess a component of the discipline in a
             2 study of individualized content.

             3 Make individual aesthetic decisions and judgments related to their own artwork.
               Write a one page Project Proposal describing the goals and methods of the special
             4 study or project.

ART 220      1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.
             2 Apply the elements of art and the principles of design to compositions.
             3 Critique art verbally and in writing
                                                                                                             x   x   x   x
ART 226      1 Execute all skills necessary to safely fire any kiln in the department.                       x   x   x   x
             Use the appropriate ceramic and art terminology in the analysis of a contemporary
           2 artist.                                                                                        x   x   x   x
             Produce a body of ceramic work while maintaining a consistent direction in content and
           3 craftsmanship.
           4 Articulate a formal analysis of their body of work.                                    x                   x
                                                                                                    x                   x
               Execute a series of ceramic works that are distinguished as a specific body of
ART 227    1   work emphasizing a focused personal style or vision                                  x                   x
           2   Write a formal analysis of a work of contemporary ceramic art                        x                   x
           3   Write a formal analysis of the student’s ceramic art                                 x                   x
               Develop a number of specific advanced methods and techniques for building
           4   and coloring their ceramic sculpture                                                 x                   x

           5 Produce several high quality digital images, representing their ceramic art
           6 Investigate opportunities to exhibit publicize their works of art

             Recognize and discuss the importance of conceptual and technological developments of
             sculpture since 1975 -- with an understanding of sculpture as a vehicle for social,
ART 229    1 political and cultural expression.

             Compose Sculpture with the ability to control media, and the exploration advanced
           2 conceptual and technological knowledge of contemporary sculpture.                      x   x
             Orchestrate visual elements to produce Sculpture reflecting personal direction and
           3 communication skills through mixed media elements.                                                         x
             Assess and Critique in writing and verbally the history, theories and techniques of
           4 sculpture since 1975                                                                               x
             Demonstrate application of Sculpture tools, materials and processes at an advanced
           5 level in a safe and effective manner
                                                                                                                x           x
ART 230    1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.                                                        x
           2 Critique art verbally and in writing                                                                       x
                                                                                                                x           x
ART 231    1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.                                                        x
           2 Apply the elements of art and the principles of design to compositions.
           3 Critique art verbally and in writing                                                               x
                                                                                                    x           x
ART 237A   1 Experiment and manipulate glaze formulas for personal need and use.                                        x
           2 Develop ceramic works that shows a unique personal look.
           3 Write a visual or formal analysis of a work of art.                                            x   x   x
             4 Design and construct large ceramic pieces utilizing modular components.                        x   x   x
                                                                                                              x   x   x
ART 237B     1 Execute all skills necessary to safely fire any kiln in the department.
               Use the appropriate ceramic and art terminology in the analysis of a contemporary
             2 artist.                                                                                        x   x   x
               Produce a body of ceramic work while maintaining a consistent direction in content and
             3 craftsmanship.                                                                                 x   x   x
             4 Articulate a formal analysis of their body of work.                                            x   x   x
                                                                                                              x   x   x
ART 240      1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.
             2 Critique art verbally and in writing
                                                                                                         x                x
ART 252      1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 252**                                                            x                x
                                                                                                         x                x
ART 253 A-
D            1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 253**
                                                                                                          x       x
                 Compose sculpture with an advanced ability to control media, and the exploration of
ART 264      1   the figure as a vehicle to create Art.                                                                   x
                 Understand the Human Figure and anatomy at an advanced level, and reproduce it in a
             2   variety of materials.                                                                    x       x
                 Orchestrate visual elements to produce figure sculpture reflecting an advanced
             3   sensitivity to form and gesture in relation to the human form.
                 Investigate proportion and form through the figure in relationship to the viewer and the
             4   work’s intended environmental context.

ART 265 A-     Ability to identify and implement techniques, tools and equipment used to create
C            1 contemporary Sculpture at an advanced level.
               Demonstrate an advanced understanding of safety and health issues that are
             2 encountered within a Sculpture studio environment.
                                                                                                                          x
ART 271      1 Typeset text using professional type rules and standards.                                              x   x
                                                                                                                      x   x
               Build page layouts that incorporate color and design principles to achieve a sense of
ART 272      1 style, dimension and depth.                                                                                    x

ART 273      1 Write a list of at least 20 steps to include in a pre-press procedure.                    x        x       x

               Build web page layouts that incorporate color and design principles to achieve a sense
ART 274      1 of style, dimension and depth.
               Plan, prepare, and design digital imagery for fine art that incorporates message in
ART 275      1 conjunction with design and technical elements of professional quality.

                 Recognize and discuss the importance of conceptual and technological developments of
                 contemporary sculpture -- with an understanding of sculpture as a vehicle for social,
ART 280      1   political and cultural expression
                 Compose Sculpture with the ability to control media and explore structural elements in
             2   sculpture of all media
                 Orchestrate visual elements to fabricate shapes and elements to produce sculpture
             3   using balance and structural stability
                 Assess and Critique in writing and verbally the theories and techniques of fabricating
             4   contemporary sculpture
                 Demonstrate application of Sculpture tools, equipment, materials and processes at an
             5   advanced level in a safe and effective manner

                 Recognize and discuss the importance of producing Sculpture in a public context and
ART 281 A-       the commissioning process with an understanding of sculpture’s role as a vehicle for
D            1   public art.
                 Compose Sculpture with the ability to incorporate site considerations in designing work
             2   within a social, political and cultural matrix.                                              x           x
                 Assess and Critique in writing and verbally the theories and techniques of Art in a public
             3   context.                                                                                             x
                 Design and Orchestrate visual elements that address historical context and community
             4   identity.                                                                                            x
                 Demonstrate application of Sculpture tools, equipment, materials and processes at an
             5   advanced level in a safe and effective manner.                                               x           x
                                                                                                                  x
ART 283 A-
D            1 Recognize and discuss operation of tools and related foundry equipment.
               Assess and Participate in metal casting processes through the actual operation of
             2 furnaces and casting equipment.                                                                x           x

               Assess and Critique the theory and practice of refractory, burner and combustion safety
             3 systems indispensable to the production of contemporary sculpture.                                     x
               Demonstrate application of Foundry tools, equipment, materials and processes at an
             4 advanced level in a safe and effective manner.                                                 x           x
               Examine and evaluate the practice, operation and maintenance of sculpture foundry
             5 equipment and casting production tools.                                                                x
                                                                                                                           x
            Demonstrate the ability to recognize and recall the critical issues and visual strategies of
            historical, modern and contemporary Art thought within specialized genres of specific
ART 298   1 media.

            Create works or research projects of creative expression that demonstrate the
            purposeful use of visual strategies that establish personal visual themes, ideas and
          2 concepts within the context of historical, modern and contemporary theories of Art.       x        x   x
            Students will be able to recognize essential discipline skills and content and apply them
          3 to projects related to the course.                                                        x        x       x   x
                                                                                                      x        x
            Students will be able to define and analyze components within a specialized topic of the
ART 299   1 discipline.                                                                               x        x
            Assess and Critique in writing or verbally the history, theories and techniques of art as
          2 related to the specific curriculum or the course.                                         x        x

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COURSE #   SLO                                                               2009     Fall 2009 2010     Fall 2010 2011     Fall 2011 2012     Fall 2012 2013     Fall 2013
ART                Relate the appropriate art terminology and
100              1 vocabulary to works of art.                               ASP                         X

ART
120              1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.                                   x
                   Apply the elements of art and the principles of                    ASP,
                 2 design to compositions.                                            AAR                                             x
                                                                                      ASP,
                 3 Critique art verbally and in writing                               AAR                                                                         x

ART
121              1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.                                   x
                   Apply the elements of art and the principles of                    ASP,
                 2 design to compositions.                                            AAR                                             x
                 3 Critique art verbally and in writing                                                                                                           x

ART                                                                    ASP,
124              1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page. AAR                               x
                   Apply the elements of art and the principles of
                 2 design to compositions.                                                                                            x
                                                                       ASP,
                 3 Critique art verbally and in writing                AAR                                                                                        x

ART
125              1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.                                   x
                   Apply the elements of art and the principles of
                 2 design to compositions.                                                                                            x
                 3 Critique art verbally and in writing.                                                                                                          x


                   Be able to identify, design and create works of art
                   that incorporate the ceramic techniques of pinch,
                   coil, soft slab and stiff slab Construction that will be
ART                graded by instructor generated rubric as well as
126              1 teacher/student dialogue and critique.                   AAR                                    x
                   Have explored and created various functional and
                   non-Functional works using the potter’s wheel as
                   the main source of creation and formation.
                   Students will create cylinders, bowls, cups, goblets,
                   and pitchers that will be graded according to a
                 2 teacher designed rubric.                                                                        x
                   Analyze, explore, design, and implement basic
                   ceramic glaze techniques of dipping, brushing
                   trailing, masking, waxing, dry footing, into their self
                 3 designed ceramic artwork.                                                                                x

                   Be able to discern and identify what techniques,
                   tools and equipment have been used to create              ASP,
                 4 historical and contemporary ceramic art.                  AAR                                            x
                   Have given written critiques of other artist work
                 5 through a written gallery reports.                                                                                 x
        Exhibit an understanding of safety and health issues
        that are encountered within the ceramics
      6 studio environment.                                                  x

ART     Demonstrate the fundamental skills of kiln loading
127   1 and firing.                                              x
        Create a ceramic piece, which is a realistic rendering
      2 of a found object.                                       x
        Locate recipes, prepare and safely mix glazes for
      3 testing.                                                     x
        Select the appropriate vocabulary for discussing
      4 contemporary ceramics.                                       x
        Analyze and discuss the concept of content in
      5 ceramic art.                                                     x
      6 Execute a ceramic piece based on a theme.                        x

ART     Experiment and manipulate glaze formulas for
128   1 personal need and use.                                   x
        Develop ceramic works that shows a unique
      2 personal look.                                           x

      3 Write a visual or formal analysis of a work of art           x
        Design and construct large ceramic pieces utilizing
      4 modular components                                           x

        Demonstrate a working knowledge and
        understanding of the basic concepts of a three-
        dimensional form, including plane, volume, mass,
ART     space, line, texture, repetition, emphasis, balance,
129   1 proportion and light.                                    X

          Demonstrate an understanding of three-
          dimensional visual thinking as separate and distinct
      2   from two -dimensional visual thinking.                 X
          Independently produce problem - solving projects
          that successfully incorporate the basic concepts of
      3   three-dimensional art.                                 X
          Make individual aesthetic decisions and judgments
      4   related to their own artwork.                          X
          Skillfully use a variety of three-dimensional
      5   materials, techniques and hand tools.                  X
          Demonstrate skills in additive, subtractive, and
          mold casting methods of production for three-
      6   dimensional form.                                      X
          Discuss, critique and evaluate their own three-
      7   dimensional forms, as well as those of others.         X
          Examine, compare and analyze historical and
          contemporary examples of three-dimensional art in
      8   a global context.                                      X
          Recognize and discuss the importance of conceptual
          and technological developments of sculpture in the
          Twentieth Century -- with an understanding of
ART       sculpture as a vehicle for social, political and
130   1   cultural expression.                                 X
          Compose Sculpture through all stages of
          development from conception to completion
          demonstrating skill development, the ability to
          control media, and the exploration of personal
      2   expression.                                          X
          Orchestrate visual elements to produce Sculpture
          rooted in design principles and elements, and
          conveying conceptual meaning as core elements of
      3   visual communication.                                X
          Critique art verbally and in writing articulating
          Sculpture’s ascendancy as a means of aesthetic
      4   communication.                                       X
          Demonstrate application of Sculpture tools,
          materials and processes in a safe and effective
      5   manner.                                              X


        To expand the student’s awareness of historical and
        contemporary metalwork and to explore the roles
ART     that body adornment and metal objects of utility,
131   1 containment, and ceremony play in society.                 X


        To expand the student’s awareness of historical and
        contemporary metalwork and to explore the roles
ART     that body adornment and metal objects of utility,
132   1 containment, and ceremony play in society.                 X


        To expand the student’s awareness of historical and
        contemporary metalwork and to explore the roles
ART     that body adornment and metal objects of utility,
133   1 containment, and ceremony play in society.                 X


ART     Demonstrate application of Patina tools, materials
134   1 and processes in a safe and effective manner.              X
        Recognize and discuss the importance of
        technological developments of Patination and
      2 Surface treatments in metal                                X
        Independently produce problem - solving
        techniques that successfully incorporate the basic
      3 concepts of patina on metal surfaces.                      X
        Make aesthetic decisions and judgments related
        surface and finishes in relationship to their own
      4 artwork.                                                   X

        Demonstrate skill development, the ability to
        control media, and the exploration of technology
      5 related to metal surfacing and finishing.                  X
ART          Demonstrate the fundamental skills necessary to
136 A-       formulate a cone 6 glaze, utilizing raw ceramic
B        1   ingredients.                                             x
             Analyze a cone 6 glaze test utilizing empirical data
         2   and hyper glaze software.                                x
             Develop a range of colored glazes utilizing base
         3   glazes, primary and secondary fluxes.                        x
             Articulate the basic safety concerns that are
         4   necessary when formulating glazes.                           x
             List the general glaze materials used in glaze
         5   formulation and define their prosperities.                       x


           Be able to identify, design and create works of art
           that incorporate the ceramic techniques of pinch,
           coil, soft slab and stiff slab construction that will be
ART        graded by instructor generated rubric as well as
137A     1 teacher/student dialogue and critique.                     x
           Have explored and created various functional and
           non-functional works using the potters wheel as the
           main source of creation and formation. Students
           will create cylinders, bowls, cups, goblets, and
           pitchers that will be graded according to a teacher
         2 designed rubric.                                           x
           Analyze, explore, design, and implement basic
           ceramic glaze techniques of dipping, brushing
           trailing, masking, waxing, dry footing, into their self
         3 designed ceramic artwork.                                      x

           Be able to discern and identify what techniques,
           tools and equipment have been used to create
         4 historical and contemporary ceramic art.                       x
           Have given written critiques of other artist work
         5 through a written gallery reports.                                 x
           Exhibit an understanding of safety and health issues
           that are encountered within the ceramics
         6 studio environment.                                                x

ART          Demonstrate the fundamental skills of kiln loading
137B     1   and firing.                                                  x
             Create ceramic pieces, which have recognizable
         2   components from found objects.                           x
             Locate recipes, prepare and safely mix glazes for
         3   testing.                                                 x
             Select the appropriate vocabulary for discussing
         4   contemporary ceramics.                                       x
             Analyze and discuss the concept of content in
         5   ceramic art.                                                 x
         6   Execute a ceramic piece based on content.                        x
           Produce cast objects incorporating mold-making
ART        technologies for producing sculpture, jewelry and
138      1 architectural facades.                                                      X

           Evaluate and compare contemporary developments
         2 in casting methods and technologies.                                        X

           Calculate the material and equipment required to
         3 construct molds and investment molds.                                       X
           Explore traditional investment molds and plaster
         4 sculpture casting production methods.                                       X
           Compare and formulate design tactics, assembly
           methods, surface refinement and finishing
         5 techniques.                                                                 X
           Compose designs that employ casting
           methodologies and concepts in combination with
         6 contemporary aesthetic theories.                                            X

ART
139 A-     Ability to discern and identify techniques, tools and
C        1 equipment used to create contemporary jewelry.                      X
           Exhibit an understanding of safety and health issues
           that are encountered within a jewelry
         2 studio environment.                                                 X

ART        Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology
140      1 and vocabulary to works of art.                         ASP         X

ART        Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology
141      1 and vocabulary to works of art.                         ASP         X

ART        Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology
142      1 and vocabulary to works of art.                         ASP         X

ART        Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology
143      1 and vocabulary to works of art.                         ASP         X

ART        Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology
144      1 and vocabulary to works of art.                         ASP

ART        Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology
145      1 and vocabulary to works of art.                         ASP         X

ART        Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology
146      1 and vocabulary to works of art.                         ASP             X

ART        Relate and apply the appropriate art terminology
147      1 and vocabulary to works of art.                         ASP

ART
150      1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 150**

ART
151      1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 151**                                ASP
ART
152      1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 152**

ART
154      1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 154**

ART        Orchestrate visual elements to produce a portfolio
160      1 reflecting personal direction.                                            X

           Within a specialized topic of their discipline area,
           students will be able to define and analyze visual
           strategies that attempt to establish personal visual
         2 themes, ideas and concepts in their work.                 X

           Assess and Critique in writing and verbally the
           history, theories and techniques of art as related to
         3 the specific curriculum or the course.                        X

           Demonstrate the ability to recognize and recall the
           critical issues and visual strategies for presenting
         4 their work in a professional manner.                              X
           Demonstrate application of critical thinking
           practices in describing, interpreting and evaluating
           their art as a means of effective creative expression
           and communication of their personal vision in a
         5 professional mode.                                                    X

           Analyze and demonstrate the production of a
           professional bio, resume and media materials as
           applied in school applications; scholarship grant
           applications, museum and gallery exhibit
           prospectus; residency and job applications; and
         6 other related professional documentation.                                 X

             Compose sculpture with the ability to control
ART          media, and the exploration of the figure as a vehicle
164      1   to create Art.
             Understand the Human Figure and reproduce it in a
         2   variety of materials
             Orchestrate visual elements to produce figure
             sculpture reflecting a sensitivity to form and the
         3   transition of soft to hard forms.
             Investigate proportion and the relationship of parts
             of the human form in relationship to other parts
         4   and the figure as a whole.

ART
165 A-     Ability to discern and identify techniques, tools and
C        1 equipment used to create contemporary Sculpture.                          X
           Exhibit an understanding of safety and health issues
           that are encountered within a Sculpture
         2 studio environment.                                                       X
           Turn on computer, select and launch software,
ART        open a file, manipulate a vector or raster graphic,
170      1 save file to hard drive                                 X

           Turn on computer, select and launch software,
ART        open a file, manipulate a vector or raster graphic,
171      1 save file to hard drive.                                X
           Select correct software and tools for problem
         2 solving and assignment objectives.                      X
           List the specific technical skills needed to produce
           and manipulate images, as well as communicate
           ideas and emotions, through an understanding of
         3 the visual elements of art.                                 X

           Write an essay using the vocabulary of the elements
         4 and principles of design to describe artwork.               X
           Produce art work that demonstrates the ability to
         5 problem solve and think critically.                         X

           Utilize digital imaging tools and techniques for
ART        image editing, tonal and color correction, and
175      1 special effects.                                                X
           Assemble multiple images into composite digital
           representations that incorporate color and design
           principles to achieve a sense of style, dimension and
         2 depth.                                                          X

           Plan, prepare, and design digital imagery that
           incorporates message in conjunction with artistic
         3 and technical elements of professional quality.                 X
           Produce art work that demonstrates the ability to
         4 problem solve and think critically                              X

           Draw imagery directly into digital devices to create
           digital representations that incorporate color and
ART        design principles to achieve a sense of style,
176      1 dimension and depth.                                                X

           Make digital paintings that incorporate color and
ART        design principles to achieve a sense of style,
177      1 dimension and depth.                                                X

ART        Use digital imaging software and hardware to create
179 A-     digital representations that incorporate color and
D        1 design principles.                                                  X


           Draw a sequence of a character in movement that
ART        incorporate color and design principles to achieve a
184      1 sense of style, dimension and depth.                                    X

ART
189      1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE THTR 189**
        Upon successful completion of this course, students
        will have the skills to Independently produce
ART     problem - solving projects that successfully
199   1 incorporate the basic concepts of visual art.                             X
        Students will be able to identify, examine, and
        assess a component of the discipline in a study of
      2 individualized content.                                                   X
        Make individual aesthetic decisions and judgments
      3 related to their own artwork.                                                 X

        Write a one page Project Proposal describing the
      4 goals and methods of the special study or project.                            X

ART
220   1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.           x
        Apply the elements of art and the principles of
      2 design to compositions.                                               x
      3 Critique art verbally and in writing.

ART     Execute all skills necessary to safely fire any kiln in
226   1 the department.                                                   x

        Use the appropriate ceramic and art terminology in
      2 the analysis of a contemporary artist.                    x

        Produce a body of ceramic work while maintaining a
      3 consistent direction in content and craftsmanship.        x

      4 Articulate a formal analysis of their body of work.           x


          Execute a series of ceramic works that are
ART       distinguished as a specific body of work
227   1   emphasizing a focused personal style or vision          x
          Write a formal analysis of a work of
      2   contemporary ceramic art                                x
          Write a formal analysis of the student’s
      3   ceramic art                                                 x
          Develop a number of specific advanced
          methods and techniques for building and
      4   coloring their ceramic sculpture                            x
          Produce several high quality digital images,
      5   representing their ceramic art                                  x
          Investigate opportunities to exhibit publicize
      6   their works of art                                              x


        Recognize and discuss the importance of conceptual
        and technological developments of sculpture since
ART     1975 -- with an understanding of sculpture as a
229   1 vehicle for social, political and cultural expression.
         Compose Sculpture with the ability to control
         media, and the exploration advanced conceptual
         and technological knowledge of contemporary
       2 sculpture.

         Orchestrate visual elements to produce Sculpture
         reflecting personal direction and communication
       3 skills through mixed media elements.
         Assess and Critique in writing and verbally the
         history, theories and techniques of sculpture since
       4 1975
         Demonstrate application of Sculpture tools,
         materials and processes at an advanced level in a
       5 safe and effective manner

ART
230    1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.           x
         Apply the elements of art and the principles of
       2 design to compositions.                                               x
       3 Critique art verbally and in writing.

ART
231    1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.           x
         Apply the elements of art and the principles of
       2 design to compositions.                                               x
       3 Critique art verbally and in writing.

ART      Experiment and manipulate glaze formulas for
237A   1 personal need and use.                                    x
         Develop ceramic works that shows a unique
       2 personal look.                                            x

       3 Write a visual or formal analysis of a work of art.           x
         Design and construct large ceramic pieces utilizing
       4 modular components.                                           x

ART      Execute all skills necessary to safely fire any kiln in
237B   1 the department.                                                   x

         Use the appropriate ceramic and art terminology in
       2 the analysis of a contemporary artist.                    x

         Produce a body of ceramic work while maintaining a
       3 consistent direction in content and craftsmanship.        x

       4 Articulate a formal analysis of their body of work.           x

ART
240    1 Represent form three -dimensionally on a flat page.       x
         Apply the elements of art and the principles of
       2 design to compositions.                                               x
       3 Critique art verbally and in writing.                                     x
ART
252      1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 252**

ART
253 A-
D        1 **CROSS-LISTED: SEE PHOT 253**

           Compose sculpture with an advanced ability to
ART        control media, and the exploration of the figure as a
264      1 vehicle to create Art.                                   X
           Understand the Human Figure and anatomy at an
           advanced level, and reproduce it in a variety of
         2 materials.                                               X

           Orchestrate visual elements to produce figure
           sculpture reflecting an advanced sensitivity to form
         3 and gesture in relation to the human form.               X
           Investigate proportion and form through the figure
           in relationship to the viewer and the work’s
         4 intended environmental context.                          X

ART        Ability to identify and implement techniques, tools
265 A-     and equipment used to create contemporary
C        1 Sculpture at an advanced level.                          X
           Demonstrate an advanced understanding of safety
           and health issues that are encountered within a
         2 Sculpture studio environment.                            X

ART        Typeset text using professional type rules and
271      1 standards.                                                   X

           Build page layouts that incorporate color and design
ART        principles to achieve a sense of style, dimension and
272      1 depth.                                                       X

ART        Write a list of at least 20 steps to include in a pre-
273      1 press procedure.                                             X

           Build web page layouts that incorporate color and
ART        design principles to achieve a sense of style,
274      1 dimension and depth.                                         X

           Plan, prepare, and design digital imagery for fine art
           that incorporates message in conjunction with
ART        design and technical elements of professional
275      1 quality.                                                     X


           Recognize and discuss the importance of conceptual
           and technological developments of contemporary
ART        sculpture -- with an understanding of sculpture as a
280      1 vehicle for social, political and cultural expression        X
           Compose Sculpture with the ability to control media
           and explore structural elements in sculpture of all
         2 media
           Orchestrate visual elements to fabricate shapes and
           elements to produce sculpture using balance and
         3 structural stability
           Assess and Critique in writing and verbally the
           theories and techniques of fabricating
         4 contemporary sculpture
           Demonstrate application of Sculpture tools,
           equipment, materials and processes at an advanced
         5 level in a safe and effective manner


           Recognize and discuss the importance of producing
ART        Sculpture in a public context and the commissioning
281 A-     process with an understanding of sculpture’s role as
D        1 a vehicle for public art.                                    X

           Compose Sculpture with the ability to incorporate
           site considerations in designing work within a social,
         2 political and cultural matrix.                               X

           Assess and Critique in writing and verbally the
         3 theories and techniques of Art in a public context.          X

           Design and Orchestrate visual elements that
         4 address historical context and community identity.           X
           Demonstrate application of Sculpture tools,
           equipment, materials and processes at an advanced
         5 level in a safe and effective manner.                        X

ART
283 A-     Recognize and discuss operation of tools and
D        1 related foundry equipment.
           Assess and Participate in metal casting processes
           through the actual operation of furnaces and
         2 casting equipment.
           Assess and Critique the theory and practice of
           refractory, burner and combustion safety systems
           indispensable to the production of contemporary
         3 sculpture.
           Demonstrate application of Foundry tools,
           equipment, materials and processes at an advanced
         4 level in a safe and effective manner.
           Examine and evaluate the practice, operation and
           maintenance of sculpture foundry equipment and
         5 casting production tools.


           Demonstrate the ability to recognize and recall the
           critical issues and visual strategies of historical,
ART        modern and contemporary Art thought within
298      1 specialized genres of specific media.                    X
        Create works or research projects of creative
        expression that demonstrate the purposeful use of
        visual strategies that establish personal visual
        themes, ideas and concepts within the context of
        historical, modern and contemporary theories of
      2 Art.                                                    X
        Students will be able to recognize essential
        discipline skills and content and apply them to
      3 projects related to the course.                         X

        Students will be able to define and analyze
ART     components within a specialized topic of the
299   1 discipline.                                             X

        Assess and Critique in writing or verbally the
        history, theories and techniques of art as related to
      2 the specific curriculum or the course.                  X

        Assess and Critique in writing or verbally the
        history, theories and techniques of art as related to
      2 the specific curriculum or the course.                  X
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