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Hartford Art School

ART 100 Aspects of Art

3 credits
An introduction to ways of seeing and discussing art from around the world, including examples of painting, sculpture, prints, photography, architecture, and other historical and contemporary media. Content of the course at the discretion of the instructor. All sections share the goal of developing an understanding of the forms, techniques, and interpretations of works of art. Students may not register for this course if they have previously taken a college-level art history course.
Visual resource fee.

12/28/17 - 1/19/201867755Distance LearningTBAOnline3Anderson

ART 210 History of Western Art I

3 credits
Considers major examples of painting, sculpture, and architecture in their historical and cultural context and suggests ways of understanding and responding to achievements in the visual arts. First semester, Western art from earliest civilization through late Gothic; second semester, Western art from the Renaissance period to the present day. Each of these courses may fulfill a general education requirement.
Visual resources fee.

12/28/17 - 1/19/1867781Distance LearningTBAOnline3Darnell

ART 383 Artforms: Australian Aboriginal Art

1-3 credits
Varied offerings pertaining to specific media, cultures, issues, or aspects of the profession. Intended to present areas of topical interest for Hartford Art School students or in conjunction with offerings in other programs or disciplines. Offered as appropriate. Descriptions and prerequisites vary.
Prerequisite(s): Any 200-level art course, or ART 100 with junior/senior standing, or AET 155 and AET 156, or permission of instructor.
Visual resources fee.

1/3/18 - 1/18/1867768M-R4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.E 2203Khorramzadeh

CER 348 (Raku Firing)

In this class, we will focus on raku firing and glazes. Experimental finishes and alternative firing methods will be explored.

Prerequisite: CER 220 or permission        Lab fee $50

1/8-1/1967807M-F9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. V1233Dercole

PHO 334 (Large Format Pinhole Photography)

This intensive workshop will explore the design, fabrication and use of pinhole cameras. Students will fabricate 4x5 and 8x10 pinhole cameras and experiment with B&W and color film in the creation of images. Working in the studio and on location participants will investigate the use of light, color, subject, variable exposure times and film types with output ranging from traditional wet processes to digital inkjet printing.  This class may be taken by beginning or advanced students. 

Prerequisite: PHO 220 or permission         Lab fee $50

1/8-1/1967820M-F9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.V1233Calafiore

SCL 346 (Intermediate Hot Glass Fabrication)

This class will focus on basic and intermediate level techniques in glass fabrication. Students will work on sculpting and blowing hot glass while exploring traditional/experimental practices and materials.

Prerequisite: SCL 220 or CER 220 or permission     Lab fee $50

1/8-1/1967833M-F9:00a.m. - 5:00 p.m. VSb13Bursuker