Summer 2015 – Notable Roski Courses

CERAMICS
FACE 112: Ceramics (4.0 units) 33251R
Practical and theoretical exploration of the nature of surface, form, volume and mass as fundamental elements of
clay sculpture and the ceramic object. Duplicates credit in the former FA 112.

FACE 312: Advanced Ceramics (4.0 units) 33253R
Directed examination of aesthetic concepts and investigation into personal ideas as they relate to the
development of a creative visual language in ceramics. Duplicates credit in the former FA 312.Prerequisite: 1 from
(FA 112 or FACE 112)

FACE 412: Topics in Advanced Ceramics (4.0 units, max 12) 33252R
Directed examination of aesthetic concepts and investigation into personal ideas as they relate to the
development of a creative visual language in ceramics. Duplicates credit in the former FA 412.
Prerequisite: 1 from (FA 312 or FACE 312)

DESIGN
FADN 203: Digital Tools for Design (2.0 units) 33259R
Exploration of the processes of germination, ideation and application/execution in design integrated with
computer usage. Duplicates credit in the former FA 203.

DRAWING
FADW 101: Introduction to Drawing: Studio Projects, Methods, Materials (4.0 units) 33200R
An introduction to drawing, both skill and perception oriented, as the basic tool for all the visual arts. Duplicates
credit in the former FA 101a.

FADW 301: Advanced Drawing (4.0 units) 33202R
Directed examination of personal approaches in drawing; emphasis on making visual and artistic decisions and
developing an appropriate attitude towards individual expression. Duplicates credit in the former FA 301.
Prerequisite: 1 from (FA 201b or FADW 201)

FADW 401: Topics in Advanced Drawing (4.0 units, max 12) 33203R
Continued directed examination of personal approaches in drawing, emphasis on making visual and artistic
decisions and developing an appropriate attitude towards visual expression. Duplicates credit in the former FA
401.
Prerequisite: 1 from (FA 301 or FADW 301)

PHOTOGRAPHY
FAPH 209: Introduction to Photography (4.0 units) 33231R
Introduction to the practice of photographic image‐making within fine arts. Emphasis on developing technical skills
in relation to personal vision. Work in black and white. Duplicates credit in the former FA 209a.

PAINTING
FAPT 105: Painting I (4.0 units) 33217R
Practical introduction to oil and acrylic pigments, painting equipment, processes and media. Primary experience in
color, composition, and perception through representational and abstract painting. Duplicates credit in the
former FA 105.

FAPT 205: Painting II (4.0 units) 33218R
Continuation of practical and theoretical skills introduced in Painting I. Color in personal expression, perception,
and content; cultural subjects/objects and symbols signifying a personal language. Duplicates credit in the
former FA 205a.
Prerequisite: 1 from (FA 105 or FAPT 105)

FAPT 305: Advanced Painting (4.0 units) 33220R
Directed examination of aesthetic concepts; investigation into personal ideas related to the development of a
creative visual language in painting. Duplicates credit in the former FA 305.
Prerequisite: 1 from (FA 205b or FAPT 205)

FAPT 405: Topics in Advanced Painting (4.0 units, max 12) 33221R
Directed painting with continued emphasis on personal choices regarding the appropriation of conceptual images
and arrangement, material processes scale, number of paintings. Ongoing critical response to paintings. Duplicates
credit in the former FA 405.
Prerequisite: 1 from (FA 305 or FAPT 305)

SCULPTURE
FASC 236: Metal (2.0 units) 33278R
Introduction to metal in fine art. Emphasis on technical proficiencies and effective solutions working in a variety of
metals. Recommended preparation: FASC 106. Duplicates credit in the former FA 236.

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