All Hartt Community Division activities after 3 p.m. today are canceled.
The Hartford Art School can be reached at 860.768.4393.
|12/27/18 - 1/18/2019||50092||Distance Learning||TBA||Online||3||Anderson|
|12/27/18 - 1/18/2019||50093||Distance Learning||TBA||Online||3||Darnell|
This course will explore the visual expression of contemporary Aboriginal Australian cultures as it is experienced through visual art. It will examine Aboriginal Australian culture and history, with a strong emphasis on the impact of European colonization from a cultural perspective. In order to gain understanding of the major topics and issues both historical and current, this course will familiarize students with social relations and modes of thought which are particularly Aboriginal and which show continuity with the past, including an investigation of identity, cultural agency and human rights as expressed through art. This course satisfies the Non-Western distribution requirement for the Art History major and minor.
Prerequisite: Any 200-level Art History course or ART 100 with junior or senior standing or permission of the instructor.
(Visual resources fee)
|1/2 - 1/18||50675||M-F||4:30 p.m-7:20 p.m.||E220||3||Khorramzadeh|
Explore the idea of defining your presence in the creative art industry through content-engagement strategies. Imagine the industry from a business perspective, with emphasis on current digital media channels. Positioning as an individual supplier of your creative capacity while collaborating with influencers/artists within your market to deploy tactics based on your identified strategy. Gain understanding of the need to nurture the relationship between your art work and the market segment of your niche, and examine industry trends to develop business and employment opportunities.
Prerequisite: DES 289, Junior or senior standing or permission of instructor
|1/7 - 1/18||50688||M-F||9:00 a.m-5:00 p.m.||HJGE 203C||3||Aresco|
This course is a two week intensive studio class designed to introduce students to exploring ideas in 3D printing. The class will explore a variety of drawing functions with CAD (computer aided drawing) and apply these techniques to 3D printing for alliterative potentials in the studio arts.
|1/7-1/18||50636||M-F||9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.||V209||3||Carnes|
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
|1/7-1/18||50649||M-F||9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.||V123||3||Calafiore|
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.
|1/7-1/18||50095||M-F||9:00a.m. - 5:00 p.m.||VSb1||3||Bursuker|
This course will explore the possibilities of wood as a material through joinery and finishing techniques such as dovetails, half laps, mortise and tenon. Contemporary and traditional woodworking culture will be explored by building and finishing a functional object.
Prerequisite: FWS 116 or permission Lab fee $50
|1/7-1/18||50662||M-F||9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.||V3Dst||3||Holt|