Fall 2015 - Undergraduate Course Descriptions
Description of Course:
This course introduces students to the physical and intellectual demands required of the author, the performer, and the visual artist. This introduction includes, but is not limited to, the students' production of a creative project as well as written assessments of art and performance. Topics will include painting, sculpture, architecture, film, photography, theater, literature, music, and the interdisciplinary nature of the creative arts.
REQUIRED TEXTS, READINGS, AND SUPPLIES:
Martin, F. David and Jacobus, Lee A. The Humanities Through the Arts Ninth Edition
Readings on WebCt
(20)3x5 cards; Notebook; 3 Scantrons (form 882)
Course Requirements/Evaluation Criteria:
There will be three "Event Papers" from a possible four disciplines, which would include painting, theater, music, and dance. In addition to a creative final presentation, there will be at least nine quizzes, online assignments, and two exams. Regular attendance is required. There are no prerequisites or co-requisites required for this class.