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Professors Becker, Breckenridge, Cramer, Damer, Escalante (Chair), Fennell, Fenster, Feren, Hamady, Hamilton, Ketchum, Lazzaro, Long, Lowe, Marschalek, Moty, Nelson, Pope, Ramirez, Ray, Reese, Weege; Associate Professors Clark, Myers, Pylant, Rieben, Scheer; Assistant Professor Loeser.

Degrees granted: B.S. in Art, B.S. in Art Education, Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.), M.A. in Art, M.A. in Art Education, and Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.). A Ph.D. with a minor in Art Education is offered jointly with the Department of Curriculum and Instruction.

The art department offers two professional programs, Art and Art Education. Art majors may pursue either the Bachelor of Science degree or the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Art Education majors receive the Bachelor of Science-Art Education degree and eligibility for licensure to teach in elementary or secondary schools. Entrance requirements vary for each program; see below. All degree programs are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).

Students must maintain a 2.5 GPA overall to continue beyond the freshman and sophomore years. 120 credits are required for the Bachelor of Science-Art and Bachelor of Science-Art Education degrees. 126 credits are required for the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

Undergraduate students transferring into the Department of Art with less than 54 credits must complete at least 24 studio art credits in residence for the B.S. degree, and 36 studio art credits in residence for the B.F.A. degree. Students transferring with 54 or more credits must complete at least 15 studio art credits at UW-Madison.

For exhibition purposes, the department may temporarily retain one piece of work from each student in art studio courses.

The courses listed below are Art unless otherwise indicated.

Art Major: Bachelor of Science--Art

The four-year undergraduate program in art is for students planning careers as professional visual artists. It is also a program for developing a visually literate community.
Liberal Studies, 36 credits
See Liberal Studies/Pre-Professional Course Work under Non-Certification Program Requirements at the beginning of the School of Education section. Courses specifically required for the art major and aesthetics requirements may not be applied toward the liberal studies requirement.
Ethnic Studies, 3 credits.
See Ethnic Studies under Non-Certification Program Requirements at the beginning of the School of Education section.
Aesthetics, 12 credits
108 Foundations of Contemporary Art, 3
208 Current Directions in Art, 3
Note: Juniors and seniors may substitute appropriate art history courses for 108 or 208 with approval of the undergraduate adviser.
Art Hist 201 Ancient and Medieval Art, 3
Art Hist 202 Renaissance to Modern Art, 3
Studio Art, 43-58 credits
102 Two-dimensional Design, 3
104 Three-dimensional Design, 3
112 Drawing I, 3
212 Drawing II, 3
222 Introduction to Painting, 3
232 Life Drawing I, 3 OR
312 Intermediate Drawing I, 3
Select one of the following:
214 Sculpture I, 3
224 Ceramics I, 3
244 Art Metal I, 3
334 Woodworking, 3
354 Glassworking, 2-3
Elective studio art courses to reach a total of 43 credits but not to exceed 58 credits.
Optional Graphic Design Concentration, 21 credits
246 Lettering, 3
302 Color, 3
346 Intro to Typography and Graphic Design, 3
356 Print Production Techniques, 3
546 Advanced Typography and Graphic Design, 3
556 Advanced Graphic Design Technology, 3

Select one of the following:
306 Relief Printmaking, 3
316 Lithography, 3
326 Etching, 3
336 Serigraphy, 3
376 Photography, 3
446 Artists'Books, 3
456 Illustration, 3
466 Papermaking, 3
Elective studio art courses to equal 43 credits but not to exceed 58 credits.

Electives, 29 credits, of which not more than 15 may be in studio courses, to bring total credits to 120.

Art Major: Bachelor of Fine Arts

This four-year undergraduate program is for the student who wishes to work professionally in the fine arts or in one of the commercial design fields. Students may enter the program by application during the final term of their sophomore year, provided the following entry requirements are satisfied:
112 Drawing I, 3
212 Drawing II, 3
102 Two-Dimensional Design, 3
104 Three-Dimensional Design, 3
108 Foundations of Contemporary Art, 3
208 Current Directions in Art, 3
222 Introduction to Painting, 3
232 Life Drawing I, 3 OR
312 Intermediate Drawing I, 3

Additional credits to total 54 (including current term's credits) No portfolio or letters of recommendation are required. Interested students should consult the department office for guidelines for admission procedures and other program details. Credits required for graduation: 126.
Liberal Studies, 36 credits.
See Liberal Studies/Pre-Professional Course Work under Non-Certification Program Requirements at the beginning of the School of Education section. Courses specifically required for the art major and aesthetics requirements may not be applied toward the liberal studies requirement.
Ethnic Studies, 3 credits
See Ethnic Studies under Non-Certification Program Requirements at the beginning of the School of Education section.
Aesthetics, 18 credits
108 Foundations of Contemporary Art, 3
208 Current Directions in Art, 3

Note: Juniors and seniors may substitute appropriate art history courses for 108 or 208 with approval of the undergraduate adviser.

Art Hist 201 Ancient and Medieval Art, 3
Art Hist 202 Renaissance to Modern Art, 3

Additional aesthetics (e.g., anthropology, archaeology, art history, philosophy), 6
Studio Art, 72 credits
102 Two-dimensional Design, 3
104 Three-dimensional Design, 3
112 Drawing I, 3
212 Drawing II, 3
222 Introduction to Painting, 3
232 Life Drawing I, 3 OR
312 Intermediate Drawing I, 3

Select one of the following courses:
214 Sculpture I, 3
224 Ceramics I, 3
244 Art Metal I, 3
334 Woodworking, 3
354 Glassworking, 2-3

Elective studio art courses to equal 72 credits
Optional Graphic Design Concentration, 21 credits
246 Lettering, 3
302 Color, 3
346 Intro to Typography and Graphic Design, 3
356 Print Production Techniques, 3
546 Advanced Typography and Graphic Design, 3
556 Advanced Graphic Design Technology, 3

Select one of the following:
306 Relief Printmaking, 3
316 Lithography, 3
326 Etching, 3
336 Serigraphy, 3
376 Photography, 3
446 Artists' Books, 3
456 Illustration, 3
466 Papermaking, 3

Elective studio credits to bring total studio credits to 72. Graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts candidates may participate in a group exhibition.

Art Education Major: Bachelor of Science-Art Education

The program in art education prepares students to teach or supervise art in public and private elementary and secondary schools. Graduates are eligible for licensure in the State of Wisconsin for art education, grades 1-12.

To be eligible to apply for admission to this program, a student must have earned 54 or more transferable semester credits.
earned a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) based on all college-level course work.
earned minimum scores on each section of the Pre-Professional Skills Test (see Pre-Professional Skills Test under Admissions at the beginning of the School of Education section). Students apply at Education Academic Services, B117 Education Building, during the semester in which junior standing (54 credits) will be reached. The 2.5 GPA must be maintained throughout the remainder of the work for the Bachelor of Science in Art Education degree, as well as a 2.75 cumulative GPA in all studio (i.e., major) course work and in all professional education course work, excluding practica and student teaching. See Education Academic Services for additional admissions information.

The courses listed below are Art unless otherwise indicated.
Liberal Studies, 40 credits.
See Liberal Studies Requirements under Teacher Certification Program Requirements at the beginning of the Schoool of Education section. Courses specifically required for the art education major and aesthetic requirements cannot be applied toward the liberal studies requirements.
Aesthetics, 12 credits
108 Foundations of Contemporary Art, 3
  (juniors and seniors may substitute a modern art history course)
208 Current Directions in Art, 3
  (juniors and seniors may substitute a contemporary art history course)
Art Hist 201 Ancient and Medieval Art, 3
Art Hist 202 Renaissance to Modern Art, 3
Studio Art, 48 credits minimum
102 Two-Dimensional Design, 3
112 Drawing I, 3
212 Drawing II, 3
222 Introduction to Painting, 3
232 Life Drawing I, 3 OR
312 Intermediate Drawing I, 3
246 Lettering, 3 OR
328 The Computer in the Visual Arts, 3

One additional course from the two-dimensional area: painting or watercolor, 3.

Drawing courses may not be used to meet this requirement.

Two courses from the graphics area: photography, 3, and either relief printmaking or serigraphy, 3, for a total of 6 crs.

Three courses from the three-dimensional area: art metal, ceramics, and either sculpture or woodworking, 3 crs each for a total of 9 credits.

Studio art in a field of special interest, 6

Studio art electives, to bring the total to a minimum of 48 credits.
Professional Education, 16 credits minimum
See Professional Education Course Work under Teacher Certification Program Requirements at the beginning of the School of Education section.
Human Relations Requirement
See Human Relations Requirements under Teacher Certification Program Requirements at the beginning of the School of Education section for detailed information.
Art Education Requirements
These courses should be taken in a three-semester sequence. An assessed performance requirement is an integral part of certification/degree requirements. Satisfactory performance in each course, as measured by the criteria contained within each course, is requisite to proceeding to successive semesters of the sequence. Successful completion of all Art Education courses is required to receive the B.S./Art Education degree. Graduation requirements: 120 credits; certification requirements: 139 credits.

Semester 1
Art Ed 470 Practicum in Teaching Art, 3
Art Ed 323* Art in Elementary Education, 3

Semester 2
Art Ed 324* Art in Secondary Education, 3
Art Ed 493 Practicum in Teaching Art II, 2

Semester 3
Art Ed 423 Student Teaching in Art in Elementary Schools, 6
Art Ed 424 Student Teaching in Art in Secondary Schools, 6

*Note: Art Ed 323 and Art Ed 324 may not be taken concurrently. Art Ed 323 (Elementary Methods) must be taken before enrolling in Art Ed 324 (Secondary Methods). No methods courses may be taken during the intersession, summer session, or student teaching. Beginning fall 1996, Art Ed 323 will be offered in fall semester only and Art Ed 324 will be offered in spring semester only.

Applications for student teaching must be filed in Education Academic Services, B117 Education, by November 15 of the academic year before that in which the student is planning to student teach. Students may apply for student teaching before being formally accepted into the Art Education program.

Adaptive Education/Art

The Special Fields/Exceptional Education Certification-Art is an additional certification that may be completed only in addition to regular certification in art teaching. It is designed to prepare the art student teacher to work with exceptional children who are mainstreamed into regular classrooms. The requirements for this certification are as follows:

RP & SE, 6 credits (select any courses numbered 194-300 and beyond)
Art Ed 570 Art in Exceptional Education, 3
Curric 566 Practicum in Special Education in Arts, 3 (register with student teaching)

This certification may be completed in conjunction with the regular art education certification program. The practicum may be completed during the regular student teaching semester only if this program is planned well in advance of student teaching and if a significant number of exceptional students are in one or more classes.

Courses--ART (168-)

100 Introduction to Art. I or II or SS; 3 cr (E). Studio approaches to painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, crafts, etc. Not open to art majors. P: Not open to Art or Art Ed majors. Open to Fr.

102 Two-Dimensional Design. I or II or SS; 3 cr (E). Two-dimensional composition and introduction to color theory through lectures, audiovisual materials, and studio assignments. P: Open to Fr.

104 Three-Dimensional Design. I or II or SS; 3 cr (E). Applying design principles to 3-D investigations. Lectures, studio exercises, discussions. P: Art 102. Open to Fr.

108 Foundations of Contemporary Art. I; 3 cr (E). Artists' formal, technical and expressive concerns; the principal ideas of movements which have significantly influenced the major tendencies in contemporary art. P: Open to Fr.

112 Drawing I. I or II or SS; 3 cr (E). To develop perceptions, use of perspective, line, light and dark, development of space, and expressive qualities in drawing. P: Open to Fr.

208 Current Directions in Art. II; 3 cr (E). Examination of current artists' motivations, intentions, and processes and their relationship to general developments in contemporary art. P: Art 108. Open to Fr.

212 Drawing II. I or II or SS; 3 cr (E). Further investigation of all media through drawing experience, class criticism, and lectures. P: Art 112. Open to Fr.

214 Sculpture I. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Introduction to techniques and basic sculpture concepts to provide a survey of sculpture studio practices.

222 Introduction to Painting. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Introduction to various technical processes and aspects of painting. Studio practice, lectures, discussions, and critiques. P: Art 112, 212, 102.

224 Ceramics I. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Properties of clay and fundamentals of forming; hand-building, throwing, slip-casting, press molding; with emphasis on individual form concepts. Glazing, decorating, firing techniques including reduction, oxidation and primitive methods. P: So st.

226 Textile Design: Off-Loom Construction. (Crosslisted with E T D 226. See E T D 226 for course information.)

229 Textile Design: Weaving I. (Crosslisted with E T D 229. See E T D 229 for course information.)

232 Life Drawing I. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Anatomical structure and intrinsic forms involved in drawing from different models. Development of technical control in a range of media. P: Art 212.

242 Watercolor I. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Painting with brushes and water soluble pigments on papers. Study of traditional painting procedures. Emphasis on drawing and composition. P: Art 222.

244 Art Metal I. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Basic jewelry techniques; metal fabrication dealing with piercing, soldering, forming. P: So st.

246 Lettering. I or II or SS; 3 cr. Letterforms as structural components in composition. Exploration of the letterform as shape activating space. Emphasis on multiple and sequential picture planes. Required of Art Education majors. P: So st.

302 Color. I or II; 3 cr (A). Color phenomena and visual perception as applied in art problems. Lectures, readings in theory, philosophy, and history of design. P: Art 102 & 104 or ETD 120 & 220.

304 Color and Form. I or II; 2-3 cr (A). Three-dimensional problems with emphasis on personal concepts; various media. P: Art 102 and 104 or ETD 120 and 220; and cons inst.

306 Relief Printmaking. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Woodcut, collage print, linoleum cut, and wood engraving; color printing. Studio practice, lectures, discussion, critiques. P: Jr st and cons inst.

312 Intermediate Drawing I. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). The exploration of conceptual drawing in various media. Emphasis on conceptual/formal solutions. P: Art 212.

314 Sculpture II. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Continuation of 214. P: Art 214.

316 Lithography. I or II; 3 cr (I). Direct drawing on stone with crayon and tusche, transfer techniques, color processes; studio practice, lectures, discussions, and critiques. P: Jr st, portfolio & cons inst.

318 Nonstatic Forms. I or II; 3 cr. An introduction to non-static forms: conceptual art, installation, visual art Performances, video art. P: Art 208 and cons inst.

322 Intermediate Painting I. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Development of technical processes, concepts, historical continuity. Study and application of various media of oils, acrylics, collage materials. P: Art 222.

324 Ceramics II. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Continuation of 224. P: Art 224 and cons inst.

326 Etching. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Introduction to intaglio printmaking techniques. Studio problems in platemaking and printing. P: Jr st & cons inst.

328 The Computer in the Visual Arts. I or II or SS; 3 cr. Survey of the use of the computer in art: history, artists' work, techniques, and the practical generation of computer-assisted imagery. Cons inst. P: Cons inst.

332 Life Drawing II. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Continuation of 232. P: Art 232.

334 Wood Working. I or II; 3 cr (A). Exploration of wood as a medium for constructing creative and functional three-dimensional forms. P: Art 102 & 104 & cons inst.

336 Serigraphy. I or II or SS; 3 cr. Materials and techniques of silk screen process; silk screen as a fine art form. P: Jr st & cons inst.

338 Art and Artists in Society: The Social Functions of Art. I or II; 2-3 cr. Visual arts as they function to create and change values affecting identity, cohesion, and continuity in several social categories: economic-occupational, political, familial, and religious. Images of artists in society as presented in various media, along with the emerging roles of women, Blacks, Chicanos, the elderly, and handicapped as artists. P: Jr st & cons inst.

342 Watercolor II. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Continuation of 242. P: Art 242.

344 Art Metal II. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Advanced jewelry techniques: exploration of centrifugal lost wax casting, forging, stone setting, and hollow construction. P: Art 244 and cons inst.

346 Introduction to Typography and Graphic Design. I or II or SS; 3 cr. Foundation course, techniques of typographic design, layout, and printing. P: Cons inst.

354 Glassworking. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. Glassworking toward a personal concept of material; lecture and lab. P: So st and cons inst.

356 Print Production Techniques. I or II or SS; 3 cr. Techniques of preparing art for printing. P: Art 246 & one of the following: 306, 316, 326, 336 or 376; and cons inst.

366 Stage Lighting I. (Crosslisted with Theatre 366. See Theatre 366 for course information.)

372 Set Design I. (Crosslisted with Theatre 372. See Theatre 372 for course information.)

376 Photography. I or II or SS; 3 cr (A). Techniques, philosophies, and concepts in photography as an art form. Emphasis on personal expression and relationship to other media. P: Art 104 & 222 & cons inst.

412 Intermediate Drawing II. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Continuation of 312. P: Art 312.

414 Art Foundry. I, II; 3 cr. Traditional and nontraditional methods of fine art foundry. P: Art 314 and cons inst.

420 Sound Design for the Performing and Visual Arts. (Crosslisted with Dance 420. See Dance 420 for course information.)

422 Intermediate Painting II. I or II or SS; 3 cr (I). Continuation of 322. P: Art 322.

428 Computer Imaging Techniques. I, II, SS; 3 cr. Techniques of computer image generation, aesthetics of computer-assisted art. P: Art 328 and cons inst.

430 Advanced Sound Design. (Crosslisted with Dance 430. See Dance 430 for course information.)

446 Artists' Books. I, II; 3 cr. The multiple and sequential visual imagery of the non-printed book, including its design and creation. P: Art 102, 212, Jr st, and cons inst.

448 Special Topics. I or II or SS; 1-3 cr. P: Cons inst.

456 Illustration. I or II or SS; 3 cr. Practice of illustration for commercial printing. P: Art 232, 312, and one of the following: 222, 306, 316, 326, 336, and cons inst.

466 Papermaking: History, Elements and Techniques. I or II or SS; 3 cr. Investigation and explanation of papermaking by hand as it relates to printmaking, drawing, and sculpture. History of papermaking stressing the last hundred years. Techniques of the craft, traditional sheet forming and use of paper pulp as pure plastic material with same educational goals as metal, ceramics, and wood. P: So st and cons inst.

476 Intermediate Photography. I or II or SS; 3 cr. Introduction to more advanced printing techniques, large format camera, critical analysis, and discussion of history of photography and current trends. P: Art 376 and cons inst.

506 Advanced Relief Printmaking. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. Emphasis on color problems, surface qualities; studio practice, discussion, critiques. P: Art 306 and cons inst.

514 Advanced Sculpture I. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. Instruction in the use of plastics, metals, wood, clay, plaster, paint, etc. as required by the individual in terms of the formal and conceptual basis of the work. P: Art 314 & cons inst.

516 Advanced Lithography. I or II; 2-3 cr. (See Art 316). P: Art 316 and cons inst.

518 Artist's Video. I or II; 3 cr. Principles and techniques in video art. P: Art 208, Art 318 or Sr st, and cons inst.

522 Advanced Painting I. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. Technical processes; emphasis on personal expression, concepts, in various approaches to painting. P: Art 422, portfolio & cons inst.

524 Advanced Ceramics I. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr (A). Thrown and hand-built forms, clay bodies, glazes, firing, general studio procedure; emphasis on development of personal concepts. P: Art 324 and cons inst.

526 Advanced Etching/Intaglio. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. Research in advanced intaglio techniques. Color printing. P: Art 326 and cons inst.

528 Computer-Mediated Art. I or II; 3 cr. Advanced concepts and techniques of the computer in art: interactive work, animation, and kinetic imagery. P: Art 428 and cons inst.

532 Advanced Life Drawing I. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. Further examination of the percepts of drawing with the human figure. Emphasis on formal elements. Problems of structure. Intense studio practice working from the model. P: Art 332 and cons inst.

534 Advanced Wood Working. I or II; 3 cr (A). P: Art 334 and cons inst.

536 Advanced Serigraphy. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. (See Art 336). P: Art 336 and cons inst.

542 Advanced Watercolor I. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. Transparent and opaque watercolor media; studio practice, critiques, field trips. P: Art 342 and cons inst.

544 Advanced Art Metal I. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. P: Art 344 and cons inst.

546 Advanced Typography and Graphic Design. I or II or SS; 3 cr. Correlation of typography with various graphics media. P: Art 246, 346 & one from 306, 316, 326, 336 or 376; and cons inst.

554 Advanced Glassworking. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. Continuation of 354. P: Art 354 and cons inst.

556 Advanced Graphic Design Technology. I or II or SS; 3 cr. Advanced laboratory course exploring techniques of design and production employing current technological production methods. P: Jr st, Art 546, and cons inst.

572 Set Design II. (Crosslisted with Theatre 572. See Theatre 572 for course information.)

576 Advanced Photography. I or II or SS; 3 cr. Emphasis on advanced techniques, color, personal concepts and expression, criticism, communicative potential of photography. P: Art 476 and cons inst.

608 Interdisciplinary Critique in the Visual Arts. I or II or SS; 3 cr. Group critique for advanced students working in the various disciplines of the visual arts. P: Grad or Sr st and cons inst.

614 Advanced Sculpture II. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. Continuation of 514. P: Art 514 and cons inst.

622 Advanced Painting II. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. Continuation of 522. P: Art 522 and cons inst.

624 Advanced Ceramics II. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr (A). Continuation of 524. P: Art 524 and cons inst.

632 Advanced Life Drawing II. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. Continuation of 532. P: Art 532 and cons inst.

642 Advanced Watercolor II. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. Continuation of 542. P: Art 542 and cons inst.

644 Advanced Art Metal II. I or II or SS; 2-3 cr. P: Art 544 and cons inst.

674 Selected Topics on Afro-American Artists. (Crosslisted with Afroamer 674. See Afroamer 674 for course information.)

699 Independent Study. I or II or SS; 1-3 cr. P: Cons inst.

Courses--ART ED (176-)

322 Teaching Art: Preschool through Middle School. (Crosslisted with Curric 322. See Curric 322 for course information.)

323 Art in Elementary Education. (Crosslisted with Curric 323. See Curric 323 for course information.)

324 Art in Secondary Education. (Crosslisted with Curric 324. See Curric 324 for course information.)

325 Computers in Elementary and Secondary Art Education. I; 3 cr. Application of computers in elementary and secondary art education for studio and instructional purposes. P: Jr st.

423 Student Teaching in Art in Elementary Schools. (Crosslisted with Curric 423.) I or II; 2-6 cr. P: Art Ed, Curric 323.

424 Student Teaching in Art in Secondary Schools. (Crosslisted with Curric 424.) I or II; 2-6 cr. P: Art Ed, Curric 324.

470 Practicum in Teaching Art. (Crosslisted with Curric 470.) I or II; 3 cr. Selection of appropriate instructional materials and their application to a practical problem in teaching to selected students. P: Jr st & cons inst.

493 Practicum in Teaching Art. (Crosslisted with Curric 493.) I, II; 2 cr. Observation and instruction of elementary and secondary pupils in a laboratory setting. Lecture and discussion of topics related to art instruction. P: Art Ed 323 & 470.

570 Art in Exceptional Education. (Crosslisted with Curric 570.) I or II; 3 cr. Approaches to developing programs and teaching art to exceptional students in public schools, special schools, and community institutions. P: Jr st & 3 cr in studio art, or cons inst.

699 Independent Reading and Research. I or II or SS; 1-3 cr. P: Second sem Sr and cons inst.


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