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Art History. Meeting concurrently with AHI 200B, the         396. Teaching Assistant Training Practicum                   Career Alternatives. The studio art graduate is
colloquium provides a structured, supportive environ-        (4)                                                          prepared for graduate work in the visual arts or con-
ment for second-year art-history graduate students           Seminar—2 hours; Practice—10 hours. Prerequisite:            tinuing development as a professional artist or art
drafting masters' theses. It offers a forum for techni-      graduate standing. Principles and techniques of the          teacher. Students who have career aspirations in the
cal discussions, discussion of writing/editing proce-        effective teaching of undergraduate courses in the           commercial aspects of the visual arts can acquire a
dures, and peer review of writing in progress. (S/U          history of art. May be repeated for credit as often as       broad general education and a creative foundation
grading only.)—II. (II.) Burnett, Strazdes                   the student is awarded a TA-ship. (S/U grading               in the art studio major, establishing a basis for fur-
250. Problems in Art Historical Research (4)                 only.)—I, II, III. (I, II, III.)                             ther specialization in commercial art.
Seminar—3 hours; term paper. Major topics in art             Professional Courses                                         A.B. Major Requirements:
historical research, emphasizing special methods of
                                                             401. Museum Training: Curatorial                                                                                        UNITS
investigation, and of historical and critical analysis.
May be repeated for credit.—II. Stimson                      Principles (4)                                               Preparatory Subject Matter ...................32
251. Seminar in Tribal Arts (4)                              Seminar—3 hours. Approved for graduate degree                  Five courses chosen from Art Studio 2, 4,
                                                             credit. Study of private and public collections.               5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12 ................................20
Seminar—3 hours; term paper. Selected topics in the
                                                             Museum personalities. Appraisal of works of art; eth-          Three lecture courses chosen from Art
art and aesthetics of small scale societies. May be
                                                             ics of appraisal. Auction and sales: methods and               Studio 24, 26, 30, or Art History 1A, 1B,
repeated for credit when topic differs and with con-
                                                             catalogues. Registration. Technical problems of the            1C, 1D, 1E, 5, 10, 25 ..........................12
sent of instructor.
                                                             museum. Connoisseurship. Collateral reading. Visits          Depth Subject Matter ............................44
254. Seminar in Classical Art (4)                            to museums. Seminar with assigned papers.—II.
Seminar—3 hours; term paper. Selected areas of                                                                              Nine courses, chosen from Art Studio 101,
                                                             402. Museum Training: Exhibition Methods                       102A, 102B, 103A, 103B, 105A, 105B,
special study in classical art of the Greek and              (4)
Roman tradition. Course may be repeated for credit                                                                          105C, 110A, 110B, 111A, 111B, 113,
                                                             Seminar—3 hours; exhibition. Approved for gradu-               114A, 114B. 114C, 114D, 117, 121,
with consent of instructor.
                                                             ate degree credit. History of exhibition methods in            125A, 125B, 125C, 125D, 129, 138,
263. Seminar in Chinese Art (4)                              private and public collections. Comparisons of differ-         142A, 142B, 143A, 143B, 147, 148, 150,
Seminar—3 hours; term paper. Selected areas of               ent types of museums and their exhibition problems.            151, 152A, 152B, 152C, 152D, 152E,
special study in Chinese Art. May be repeated for            Lighting and techniques of display with emphasis on            152F, 152G, 171, 190 .......................36
credit with consent of instructor.—II. Burnett               actual design. Experimentation with unusual presen-            Any two upper division Art History
276. Seminar in Medieval Art (4)                             tation forms.—(II.)                                            courses..................................................8
Seminar—3 hours; term paper. Selected areas of                                                                            Total Units for the Major .......................76
special study in medieval art from Early Christian to
late Gothic. May be repeated for credit with consent                                                                      Major Advisers. Information on the current Aca-
of instructor.                                               Art Studio                                                   demic Advisors can be obtained by contacting the
                                                                                                                          Art Department Main Office at (530) 752-0105.
278. Seminar in Italian Renaissance Art (4)
Seminar—3 hours; term paper. Selected areas of               (College of Letters and Science)                             Minor Program Requirements:
special study in Italian art from the fourteenth to the                                                                                                                       UNITS
sixteenth century. May be repeated for credit with           __________, Chairperson of the Department
                                                                                                                          Art Studio .............................................20
consent of instructor.—III. Ruda                             Department Office. 101 Art Building
                                                             (530) 752-0105; http://art.ucdavis.edu                       Prerequisite courses must be taken prior to enroll-
283. Seminar in Visual Culture and Gender
                                                                                                                          ment in upper division courses. Independent study
(4)                                                          Faculty                                                      courses are not applicable.
Seminar—3 hours; term paper. Selected areas of
special study in the relationship between visual cul-        Tom Bills, M.F.A., Professor                                   Upper division art studio courses in two of the
ture and gender in Europe and America from 1750              Matthias Geiger, M.F.A, Assistant Professor                    following areas:
to present. May be repeated for credit with consent          William Henderson, M.F.A., Professor                           Area 1 (Painting, Drawing, Printmaking)
of instructor. Offered in alternate years.—I. Macleod        Robin Hill, B.F.A., Professor                                  Area 2 (Sculpture and Ceramic Sculpture)
                                                             David Hollowell, M.F.A., Professor                             Area 3 (Photography and Video) ............20
288. Seminar in European and American                        Darrin Martin, M.F.A., Associate Professor                     Note: One lower division substitute course
Architecture (4)                                             Hearne Pardee, M.F.A., Professor                               permissible
Seminar—3 hours; term paper. Exploration of                  Lucy Puls, M.F.A., Professor
selected topics in European and American architec-                                                                        Teaching Credential Subject Representative.
                                                             Annabeth Rosen, M.F.A., Professor
tural history with concentration on the Modern                                                                            Department Chairperson; see the Teacher Education
                                                             Youngsuk Suh, M.F.A., Assistant Professor
Period. May be repeated for credit with consent of                                                                        program.
                                                             Gina Werfel, M.F.A., Professor
instructor.—(II.) Strazdes                                                                                                Graduate Study. The Department of Art offers
290. Special Topics in Art History (4)                       Emeriti Faculty                                              programs of study and research leading to the
Seminar—3 hours; term paper. Special research                Conrad Atkinson, R.A.S. (honors), Professor Emeritus         M.F.A. degree in the practice of art. For more infor-
seminar in the theory or methods of Art History, or in       Roy DeForest, M.A., Professor Emeritus                       mation contact the Graduate Staff Adviser at (530)
a period of Art History. Topic will vary depending on        Lynn Hershman, M.A., Professor Emerita                       752-8710.
the interests of the instructor or students. May be          Harvey Himelfarb, M.A., Professor Emeritus,
repeated for credit when topic differs and with con-            Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award              Courses in Art Studio (ART)
sent of instructor. Not offered every year.—I, II, III.      Malaquias Montoya, B.F.A., Professor Emeritus                Lower Division Courses
292. Internship (1-4)                                        Maunel Neri, Professor Emeritus
                                                             Roland C. Petersen, M.A., Professor Emeritus                 2. Beginning Drawing (4)
Internship—3-12 hours. Prerequisite: graduate stu-                                                                        Studio—6 hours. Introduction to drawing using vari-
                                                             Cornelia Schulz, M.F.A., Professor Emerita,
dent; consent of instructor. Supervised internship at                                                                     ous black and white media. Drawing techniques cov-
                                                                Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award
professional art or cultural institution including muse-                                                                  ered are contour line, ink bleeds, rendering, “blind”
                                                             Wayne Thiebaud, M.A., hon. D.F.A. (C.C.A.C.,
ums, galleries, archives, government offices, visual                                                                      drawing, and self portraiture.—I, II, III, IV. (I, II, III,
                                                                D.C.) Professor Emeritus, UC Davis Prize for
resources libraries, etc. May be repeated up to eight                                                                     IV.)—Henderson, Hollowell, Pardee, Puls, Werfel
                                                                Teaching and Scholarly Achievement
units for credit. Graduate students in Art History
                                                                                                                          4. Beginning Figure Drawing (4)
only. Not offered every year. Limited enrollment. (S/        The Major Program
U grading only.)                                                                                                          Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 2. Form in
                                                             The studio art major provides the knowledge and              composition using the human figure as subject.—
298. Directed Group Study (1-5)                              experience necessary for a broad understanding of            Hollowell, Pardee, Werfel
(S/U grading only.)                                          practice and interpretation of the visual arts.              5. Beginning Sculpture (4)
299. Individual Study (1-6)                                  The Program. For the beginning student, the                  Studio—6 hours. Basic sculpture techniques using a
(S/U grading only.)                                          major offers an introduction to a variety of visual          variety of media. Form in space using cardboard,
Professional Courses                                         methodologies. Students may then advance to upper            plaster, and/or cement, wood and/or metal and
                                                             division coursework in drawing, painting, sculpture,         other media.—I, II, III. (I, II, III.) Bills, Hill, Puls
Note: Various of the below courses are not offered           printmaking, ceramic sculpture, photography, video           7. Beginning Painting (4)
each year; check the quarterly Class Schedule and            and electronic arts, as well as theory and criticism.
Registration Guide.                                                                                                       Studio—6 hours. Introduction to techniques and con-
                                                             Portfolios. Portfolios are not required for admis-           cepts in the practice of painting.—Henderson, Hol-
390. Introduction to Teaching Art History                    sion to the major. However, admitted students, once          lowell, Pardee, Werfel
for Teaching Assistants (1)                                  enrolled, should keep a continuing portfolio of their        8. Beginning Ceramic Sculpture (4)
Discussion—1 hour. Designed for teaching assistants          art work, which can be evaluated at such times as            Studio—6 hours. Introduction to ceramic sculpture
with emphasis on problems and procedures encoun-             when the student is requesting independent study             construction and processes.—Rosen
tered by teachers of undergraduate art history. (S/U         courses and scheduling an exhibition in the student
grading only.)                                               gallery.

                                        Quarter Offered: I=Fall, II=Winter, III=Spring, IV=Summer; 2011-2012 offering in parentheses
     General Education (GE) credit: ArtHum=Arts and Humanities; SciEng=Science and Engineering; SocSci=Social Sciences; Div=Social-Cultural Diversity; Wrt=Writing Experience
166            Art Studio

9. Beginning Photography (4)                                 Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors. May be repeated           114A. Intermediate Video: Animation (4)
Studio—6 hours. Introduction to the fundamental              for credit one time.—Henderson, Hollowell, Pardee,            Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 12 or Techn-
technical, aesthetic, and formal aspects of photogra-        Werfel                                                        ocultural Studies 100 and one drawing course.
phy. Camera skills, film developing and printing in          103A. Intermediate Drawing: Black and                         Exploration of animation. Relationship between
the black and white darkroom.—Geiger, Suh                    White (4)                                                     drawing, digital stills, and multiple images. Anima-
10. Introduction to Art Appreciation (3)                     Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 2. Advanced             tion using traditional drawing techniques, collage,
Lecture—3 hours. The understanding and apprecia-             study of drawing composition using black and white            and digital processes. May be repeated for credit
tion of painting, sculpture, architecture and industrial     media. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.—Hender-            one time. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.—Mar-
art. Illustrated lectures. Intended for non-majors. GE       son, Hollowell, Pardee, Werfel                                tin
credit: ArtHum.                                              103B. Intermediate Drawing: Color (4)                         114B. Intermediate Video: Experimental
11. Beginning Printmaking (4)                                Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 2. Study of             Documentary (4)
Studio—6 hours. Introduction to printmaking tech-            drawing composition in color media. Pass1                     Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 12 or Techn-
niques such as monography, relief, and intaglio.             restricted Art Studio majors.—Henderson, Hollowell,           ocultural Studies 100. Experimental documentary
Investigation of personal imagery through use of             Pardee, Werfel                                                practice. Use of interviews, voice-overs, and still and
these techniques.                                                                                                          moving images. Production of alternative conceptual
                                                             105A. Advanced Drawing: Studio Projects
                                                                                                                           and visual projects. May be repeated for credit one
12. Beginning Video (4)                                      (4)
                                                                                                                           time. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.—Martin
Studio—6 hours. Production techniques of video               Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 2; course
                                                             103A or 103B. Exploration of composition and pro-             114C. Intermediate Video: Performance
shooting, editing, lighting, sound and effects. A con-
                                                             cess in drawing. Emphasis on the role of drawing in           Strategies (4)
ceptual framework for video-art techniques.—Martin
                                                             contemporary art and on drawing as an interdisci-             Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 12 or Techn-
24. Introduction to Experimental Video and                                                                                 ocultural Studies 100. Use of video to expand per-
Film (4)                                                     plinary practice. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.
                                                             May be repeated for credit one time.—Henderson,               formance art production. Exploration of
Lecture—3 hours; discussion—1 hour; term paper.                                                                            improvisation, direction, projection, and image pro-
                                                             Hollowell, Pardee, Werfel
Evolution of moving image technologies. Shifts                                                                             cessing in real time. May be repeated for credit one
within avant-garde artistic practices. Conceptual and        105B. Advanced Drawing: Figure (4)
                                                                                                                           time. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.—Martin
historical differences between film and video.               Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 4; course
                                                             103A or 103B. Study of the figure through drawing             117. Advanced Video and Electronic Arts
Offered in alternate years. GE Credit: ArtHum.—(I.)
                                                             of the model. Exploration of different methods and            (4)
Martin
                                                             process of figure-drawing. Pass1 restricted Art Stu-          Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 12 or Techn-
26. Photospectacle (4)                                                                                                     ocultural Studies 100; one of course112, 114A,
                                                             dio majors. May be repeated for credit one time.—
Lecture—3 hours; discussion—1 hour; term paper.                                                                            114B, or 114C; upper division standing Art Studio
                                                             Henderson, Hollowell, Pardee, Werfel
Photography as performance-based art. History of                                                                           Majors. Independently driven video, digital, and/or
performance art and performances designed specifi-           110A. Intermediate Photography: Black
                                                                                                                           performance projects. Further development in the
cally for the camera. Offered in alternate years. GE         and White Analog (4)
                                                                                                                           electronic arts ranging from video installation to per-
Credit: ArtHum, Wrt.—(I.) Geiger, Suh                        Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 9. Introduction          formance. May be repeated for credit one time.
30. Introduction to Contemporary Visual                      to 35mm and medium format camera. Development                 Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.—Martin
Culture (4)                                                  of personal aesthetic and portfolio of black and
                                                             white prints. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.—            121. Reinterpreting Landscape (4)
Lecture—3 hours; discussion/laboratory—1 hour.                                                                             Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 2, 7. Interpre-
                                                             Geiger, Suh
Establishing visual literacy across the media of fine                                                                      tation of landscape through painting, drawing, and
art, photography, advertising, television and film;          110B. Intermediate Photography: Digital
                                                                                                                           related media. Emphasis on the integration of histori-
media culture; focus on critical decoding of contem-         Imaging (4)
                                                                                                                           cal, cultural, natural, and artistic contexts. May be
porary visual culture. GE credit: ArtHum, Div, Wrt.—         Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 9. Comprehen-            repeated for credit one time. Pass1 restricted Art Stu-
II. (I.)                                                     sive introduction to all elements of digital photogra-        dio majors.—Pardee, Werfel
98. Directed Group Study (1-5)                               phy, including scanning, imaging software and
                                                             printing. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.—Gei-            125A. Intermediate Printmaking: Relief (4)
Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Restricted to lower                                                                   Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 11. Woodcut
                                                             ger, Suh
division students. (P/NP grading only.)                                                                                    linocut, metal-plate, relief, and experimental uses of
                                                             111A. Advanced Photography: Special
99. Special Study for Undergraduates (1-5)                                                                                 other materials for printmaking. Additive and reduc-
                                                             Topics (4)
Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (P/NP grading                                                                         tive relief techniques. May be repeated for credit
                                                             Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 9 and 110A.             one time. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.
only.)
                                                             Restricted to Art Studio majors in pass 1. Special
                                                                                                                           125B. Intermediate Printmaking: Intaglio
Upper Division Courses                                       topics related to photography and contemporary art
                                                                                                                           (4)
                                                             practice. Multiple projects in a variety of
Pre-enrollment in upper division courses is restricted                                                                     Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 11. Metal
                                                             approaches. May be repeated two times for
to art majors.                                                                                                             plate etching, aquatint, hard and soft ground, burin
                                                             credit.—Geiger, Suh
101. Intermediate Painting (4)                                                                                             engraving and related printmaking techniques. May
                                                             111B. Advanced Photography: Digital
Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 2, 7. Individu-                                                                      be repeated for credit one time. Pass1 restricted Art
                                                             Imaging (4)
alized projects exploring color and space in a vari-                                                                       Studio majors.—Berry
                                                             Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 9, 110B. In
ety of subject matter and approaches. Builds on              depth exploration of digital photography, including           125C. Intermediate Printmaking:
basic skills and concepts from beginning drawing             refined digital imaging techniques. Theoretical               Lithography (4)
and painting courses. Study of historical and con-           issues involved in digital media. May be repeated             Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 11. Stone and
temporary art in relation to studio practice.—Hen-           for credit one time. Pass1 restricted Art Studio              metal-plate lithography and other planographic
derson, Hollowell, Pardee, Werfel                            majors.—Geiger, Suh                                           printmaking methods. Exploration of the basic chem-
102A. Advanced Painting: Studio Projects                                                                                   istry and printing procedure inherent in stone lithogr-
                                                             112. Sound for Vision (4)
(4)                                                                                                                        phay. May be repeated for credit one time. Pass1
                                                             Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 12 or Techn-             restricted Art Studio majors.—Berry
Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 101. Sus-               ocultural Studies 100. Sound composition and devel-
tained development of painting for advanced stu-             opment of an audio databank. Study of repetition              125D. Intermediate Printmaking:
dents. Approaches will vary according to the                 and phase shifts. Creation of descriptive acoustic            Serigraphy (4)
instructor. Pass 1 restricted to Art Studio majors. May      space recordings in combination with other artistic           Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 11. Printmak-
be repeated for credit one time.—Henderson, Hol-             media. Audio as stand alone or accompaniment.                 ing techniques in silk screen and related stencil meth-
lowell, Iliatova, Pardee, Werfel                             May be repeated for credit one time. Pass1                    ods. Development of visual imagery using the
102B. Advanced Painting: Figure (4)                          restricted Art Studio majors.—Martin                          language of printmaking. May be repeated for
Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 101.                                                                                  credit one time. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.
                                                             113. Interdisciplinarity Art (4)
Advanced painting using the human figure as sub-             Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: Upper division stand-           129. Advanced Printmaking (4)
ject. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors. May be             ing in Art Studio, Theater and Dance, Design, Techn-          Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: completion of two of:
repeated for credit one time.—Henderson, Hollow-             ocultural Studies, or Music. Experimental                     125A, 125B, 125C, or 125D. Development of inter-
ell, Pardee, Werfel                                          interdisciplinary strategies. Use of various media in         media printmaking. Advanced modes in print tech-
102C. Advanced Painting: Special Topics (4)                  creation of collaborative or independent works. Pro-          nologies: relief, serigraphy, intaglio, surface, as well
Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 2, 7, 101;             duction of participatory audio-visual works, installa-        as addition of digitized imagery. May be repeated
course 102A or 102B. Special topics in painting for          tions, or two dimensional explorations. May be                for credit two times. Pass1 restricted Art Studio
upper division students. Emphasis on development of          repeated for credit one time.—Geiger, Hill, Martin,           majors.
a personal practice of painting informed by aware-           Puls, Suh                                                     138. The Artist’s Book (4)
ness of contemporary issues in painting and their his-                                                                     Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: completion of three
torical background. Topics will vary with instructor.                                                                      upper division Art Studio courses. Creation of an art-
                                                                                                                           ist's book in an edition of three. Use of a variety of

                                        Quarter Offered: I=Fall, II=Winter, III=Spring, IV=Summer; 2011-2012 offering in parentheses
     General Education (GE) credit: ArtHum=Arts and Humanities; SciEng=Science and Engineering; SocSci=Social Sciences; Div=Social-Cultural Diversity; Wrt=Writing Experience
                                                                                                                                Asian American Studies                   167

media. May be repeated for credit one time. Pass1            its properties, qualities, and characteristics for three-    Graduate Courses
restricted Art Studio majors. Offered in alternate           dimensional expression. May be repeated for credit
years.—Geiger, Hill, Suh                                     one time. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.—Puls           290. Seminar (4)
                                                                                                                          Seminar—3 hours. Original works produced for
142A. Intermediate Ceramic Sculpture:                        152C. Advanced Sculpture: Concepts (4)
                                                                                                                          group discussion and criticism; associated topics of
Mold Work (4)                                                Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 5, 151. Inves-         a contemporary and historical nature. May be
Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 8. Creation of          tigation of a specific idea chosen by the class. Rela-       repeated for credit.—I, II, III. (I, II, III.)
ceramic sculpture employing moldworking processes            tionship of idea to form and content. Individual
such as: slip casting, hump molds, and sprigging.            development of conceptual awareness. May be                  291. Seminar: Critical Evaluation (1)
Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.—Rosen                    repeated for credit one time. Pass1 restricted Art Stu-      Seminar—1 hour. May be repeated for credit. (S/U
                                                             dio majors.—Puls                                             grading only.)—II. (II.)
142B. Intermediate Ceramic Sculpture:
Clay, Glaze, and Kiln (4)                                    152D. Advanced Sculpture: Metals (4)                         292. Seminar: Comprehensive Qualifying
Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 8. Study and            Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 5, 151. Tech-          (1)
practice of glaze formation. Concentration on the            nical aspects of the use of metals in contemporary           Seminar—1 hour. Further critical evaluation of the
use of color in ceramic sculpture. Practical experi-         art practice. Projects assigned to demonstrate the           student’s work to determine his eligibility to begin the
ence with kiln firing. Pass1 restricted Art Studio           evolution of concepts and processes. May be                  Comprehensive Project. May be repeated for credit.
majors.—Rosen                                                repeated for credit one time. Pass1 restricted Art Stu-      (S/U grading only.)—(I.)
143A. Advanced Ceramic Sculpture: Studio                     dio majors. Bills                                            299. Individual Study (1-6)
Projects (4)                                                 152E. Advanced Sculpture: Site Specific                      (S/U grading only.)
Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 8; 142A or              Public Sculpture (4)                                         299D. Comprehensive Project (9)
142B. Exploration of ceramic fabrication. Hollow             Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 5, 151. Place          An original body of work accompanied by a catalog
and solid building, casting, throwing, using fired,          and site specificity in contemporary sculpture. Indi-        summarizing the student’s aesthetic position. May be
found, and fabricated ceramic elements. May be               vidual and group work to conceive and fabricate              repeated for credit. (S/U grading only.)—III. (III.)
repeated for credit two times. Pass1 restricted Art          sculpture in a public space. May be repeated for
Studio majors.—Rosen                                         credit one time. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.—        Professional Courses
143B. Advanced Ceramic Sculpture: Issues                     Hill                                                         Note: Various of the below courses are not offered
in Contemporary Ceramics (4)                                 152F. Advanced Sculpture: Figure (4)                         each year; check the quarterly Class Schedule and
Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 8; 142A or              Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 5, 151.                Registration Guide.
142B. Individual studio work in conjunction with             Exploration of historical and contemporary                   401. Museum Training: Curatorial
readings, field trips, critiques and writing about con-      approaches to the body in three-dimensions. Projects         Principles
temporary ceramic art. May be repeated for credit            based on observational and conceptual strategies.            Seminar—3 hours; papers. Approved for graduate
two times. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.—              Variety of media and techniques, including clay,             degree credit. Study of private and public collec-
Rosen                                                        wax, plaster, plastics, found objects, and others.           tions. Museum personalities. Appraisal of works of
147. Theory and Criticism of Photography                     May be repeated for credit one time. Pass1                   art; ethics of appraisal. Auction and sales: methods
(4)                                                          restricted Art Studio majors.                                and catalogues. Registration. Technical problems of
Lecture—3 hours; term paper. Prerequisite: course 9.         152G. Advanced Sculpture: The Miniature                      the museum. Connoisseurship. Collateral reading.
Development of camera vision, ideas, and aesthetics          and Gigantic (4)                                             Visits to museums. Offered in alternate years.—(III.)
and their relationship to the fine arts from 1839 to         Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 5, 151.                402. Museum Training: Exhibition Methods
the present. Offered in alternate years. GE credit:          Exploration of scale, from the very small to the very        (4)
ArtHum, Wrt.—Geiger, Suh                                     large in a series of projects in a variety of media.         Seminar—3 hours; exhibition. Approved for gradu-
148. Theory and Criticism: Painting and                      Tools and techniques of enlargement and miniatur-            ate degree credit. History of exhibition methods in
Sculpture (4)                                                ization. May be repeated for credit one time. Pass1          private and public collections. Comparisons of differ-
Lecture—3 hours; term paper. Prerequisite: course 5          restricted Art Studio majors.                                ent types of museums and their exhibition problems.
or 7. Study of forms and symbols in historic and con-        171. Mexican and Chicano Mural                               Lighting and techniques of display with emphasis on
temporary masterpieces. Offered in alternate years.          Workshop (4)                                                 actual design. Experimentation with unusual presen-
GE credit: ArtHum, Wrt.—I. Thiebaud                          Studio—8 hours; independent study—1 hour. Pre-               tation forms. Offered in alternate years.—(II.)
149. Introduction to Critical Theory (4)                     requisite: Chicana/o Studies 70 and/or written con-
Lecture—3 hours; discussion—1 hour. Prerequisite:            sent of instructor. The Mural: a collective art process
                                                             that empowers students and people through design
two of Art History 1B, 1C, or 183F. An overview of
20th century critical theories of culture and their rela-    and execution of mural paintings in the tradition of         Asian American
                                                             the Mexican Mural Movement; introduces materials
tion to visual art and mass media culture. GE credit:
ArtHum, Div, Wrt.                                            and techniques. May be repeated one time for                 Studies
                                                             credit. (Same course as Chicana/o Studies 171.)—
150. Theory and Criticism of Electronic                      III. (III.)
Media (4)                                                                                                                 (College of Letters and Science)
                                                             190. Seminar in Art Practice (4)
Lecture—3 hours; term paper. Prerequisite: course                                                                         Nolan Zane, Ph.D., Chairperson of the Department
24 recommended. Study of electronic media, focus-            Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: upper division stand-
ing on critique, application, and relationship to art        ing Art Studio major. I Introduction to professional         Program Office. 3102 Hart Hall
practice. Analysis of the conceptual basis of elec-          practices. Development of an artist's packet includ-         (530) 752-3625; http://asa.ucdavis.edu
tronic media as an artistic mode of expression.              ing a resume, cover letter, artist statement, and state-
                                                             ment of purpose. Ongoing independent studio work             Committee in Charge
Offered in alternate years. GE credit: ArtHum,
Wrt.—(I.) Martin                                             with group critiques. Research on galleries and              Darrell Y. Hamamoto, Ph.D.
                                                             museums, and readings in contemporary theory and                 (Asian American Studies)
151. Intermediate Sculpture (4)                              criticism. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.—I, II, III.   Bill Ong Hing, J.D.
Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: course 5. Individual-          (I, II, III.) Hill, Puls, Rosen, Werfel                          (School of Law, Asian American Studies)
ized explorations through multiple projects in a vari-                                                                    Wendy Ho, Ph.D. (Asian American Studies, Women
                                                             192. Internship (2-12)
ety of sculpture media and techniques. Builds upon                                                                            and Gender Studies)
technical skills and concepts covered in course 5.           Internship. Supervised program of internships in art-
                                                             ists’ studios and at professional art institutions such      Richard S. Kim, Ph.D. (Asian American Studies)
May be repeated one time for credit when topic dif-                                                                       Sunaina Maira, Ed.D. (Asian American Studies)
fers.—I, II, III. (I, II, III.) Bills, Hill, Puls            as museums, galleries, and art archives including
                                                             collections of slides and photographs. May be                Susette Min, Ph.D. (Asian American Studies)
152A. Advanced Sculpture: Studio Projects                    repeated for credit for a total of 12 units. (P/NP           Stanley Sue, Ph.D.
(4)                                                          grading only.)                                                   (Psychology, Asian American Studies)
Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 5, 151.                                                                             Caroline Kieu Linh Valverde, Ph.D.
                                                             198. Directed Group Study (1-5)                                  (Asian American Studies)
Sculpture for advanced students. Emphasis on con-
cept, idea development and honing technical skills.          Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (P/NP grading           Nolan Zane, Ph.D.
Approaches and projects will vary according to the           only.)                                                           (Psychology, Asian American Studies)
instructor. May be repeated for credit one time when         199. Special Study for Advanced
topic differs. Pass1 restricted Art Studio majors.—          Undergraduates (1-5)                                         Faculty
Bills, Hill, Puls                                            Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (P/NP grading           Darrell Y. Hamamoto, Ph.D., Professor
152B. Advanced Sculpture: Material                           only.)                                                       Bill Ong Hing, J.D., Professor
Explorations (4)                                                                                                          Wendy Ho, Ph.D., Associate Professor
                                                                                                                          Richard S. Kim, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Studio—6 hours. Prerequisite: courses 5, 151. Pri-
                                                                                                                          Sunaina Maira, Ed.D., Associate Professor
mary application and exploration of a single sculp-
                                                                                                                          Susette Min, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
ture material chosen by the student. Examination of
                                                                                                                          Stanley Sue, Ph.D., Professor

                                        Quarter Offered: I=Fall, II=Winter, III=Spring, IV=Summer; 2011-2012 offering in parentheses
     General Education (GE) credit: ArtHum=Arts and Humanities; SciEng=Science and Engineering; SocSci=Social Sciences; Div=Social-Cultural Diversity; Wrt=Writing Experience

				
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