|143 Art and Design Building, 408 East Peabody|
PH: (217) 333-0855
For the Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts in Crafts
The curriculum in Crafts consists of a concentration in Metal. The BFA program focuses on the development of individual artistic and design capabilities, critical perceptions, and the mastery of comprehensive technical skills. The program emphasizes strengths in conceptual and material specialization. The curriculum supports professional training for the self-sustaining visual artist and provides the skills necessary for students to pursue an advanced degree in the arts. The curriculum in Crafts requires 122 credit hours.
A portfolio review is required for admission to the School of Art and Design.
Contact: Mark Avery
Coordinator of Undergraduate Academic Affairs
140 Art and Design Building, 333-6632, email@example.com
|ARTH 110||Introduction to the History of Art and Visual Culture||3|
|Advanced art history (200-level or above)||9|
|ARTF 101||Contemporary Issues in Art||2|
|ARTE 101||Art, Design, and Society||2|
|Drawing Course 1||3|
|Course in the 2D Category 2||3|
|Course in the 3D Category 3||3|
|Course in the 4D Category 4||3|
Concentration in Metal
|ARTS 230||Jewelry/Metals I||3|
|ARTS 231||Jewelry/Metals II||3|
|ARTS 330||Jewelry Metals III||3|
|ARTS 331||Jewelry Metals IV||3|
|ARTS 332||Metal Technology (repeat twice)||4|
|ARTS 430||Jewelry Metals V||5|
|ARTS 431||Jewelry Metals VI||5|
|ARTS 210||Ceramics Sculpture I||3|
|ARTS 310||Ceramics Sculpture II||3|
|ARTS 250||Life Drawing||3|
|ARTD 260||Basic Photography||3|
|Select one of the following:||6-8|
and Intermediate Sculpture
|Industrial Design I|
and Industrial Design II
|Supportive electives (see advisor)||9|
|Open electives as needed to total 122 hour degree|
Drawing courses include: ARTF 102 Observational Drawing; ARTF 104 Expressive Drawing; ARTF 106 Visualization Drawing.
2D Category courses include: ARTD 151 Introduction to Graphic Design; ARTF 160 The Image World; ARTS 205 Introduction to Printmaking; ARTS 251 Beginning Painting.
3D Category courses include: ARTD 101 Introduction to Industrial Design; ARTS 201 Crafts Design; Arts 280 Beginning Sculpture.
4D Category courses include: ARTS 241 Image Practice; ARTS 243 Time Arts I; Arts 244 Interaction I.