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1 Semester with Course Reference Number (CRN) Instructor contact information (phone number and address) Course Syllabus Art Appreciation ARTS 1301 (787) / Office Location and Hours Course Location/Times Course Semester Credit Hours (SCH) (lecture, lab) If Total Course Contact Hours AM 316 / S 9-12 Credit Hours 3.00 Lecture Hours 3.00 Laboratory Hours 48 Continuing Education Units (CEU): if Course Length (number of weeks) Type of Instruction Lecture readings (from textbooks, peer-reviewed articles, books, and original source seminal texts), slide presentations, video/film presentations, art demonstrations, hands-on studio projects (but students do not need to have any existing artistic ability) and inclass critiques. Course Description: Course This introduction to the visual arts is designed for the general student. The course explores what is art, who makes it, and why it is made. Core Curriculum course. PREREQUISITE(S):

2 Prerequisite(s) Must be placed into college-level reading and college-level writing. Or GUST 0342 ENGL 0310/0349 Academic Discipline/CTE Program Learning Outcomes 1. (level 1, knowledge) Graduates will recognize the importance of integrity, accountability, artistic freedom and open-mindedness in their individual artistic production and in wide-ranging shared civic responsibility. (Adapted from HCC Values Statement.) Will care about doing honorable work Respect themselves and others Be true to themselves. Be honest with themselves. Contribute to society. Love of learning Open-mindedness Display and promote their artwork. 2. (level 3, application) Graduates are prepared for life and work in a global and technological society. (Adapted from HCC Mission Statement.) Able to continue into a 4 year B.F.A. program Live as a creative professional or use education in other profession Problem solving Display and promote their artwork. 3. (level 4, analysis) Graduates will demonstrate competence in basic art studio skills and/or art history knowledge. (Adapted from the National Association of Schools of Art NASAD guidelines.) Safety and proficiency of tools, techniques and materials Presentation/Preparation of exhibitions and portfolios Artistic success is the result of practice and repetition. Artistic terminology Drawing fundamentals (figure, landscape, still life, abstract, etc.) Small things, ordinary things matter. 4. (level 5, synthesis) Graduates will relate knowledge, skills, discipline and responsibility to successfully live and work after graduation. (Adapted from HCC art faculty and others.) Artistic skill Communication skills (speaking and writing) Literacy skills Display and promote their artwork. ability Small things, ordinary things matter. Teamwork and dealing with colleagues No corner cutting Creativity Innovation Having gained the basic skills that will enable them to do the things they most value Persistence Courage to try new things, to operate outside their comfort zone Interpersonal skills Business, promotional, professional and entrepreneurial skills 5. (level 6, evaluation; level 5, synthesis) Graduates can evaluate and relate art theories, elements, principles and styles in practical, day-to-day artistic experiences in their own work and in the wider contemporary world. (Adapted from the National Association of Schools of Art - NASAD guidelines.) Formal elements and principles of design Drawing skills Design and Composition skills Live as a creative professional Know when to change direction or tactics Self-evaluation A sense of lasting or sustained understanding Creativity and concept development Love of learning 6. (level 6, evaluation) Graduates will relate the high ethical and professional standards of their faculty to their own experience. (Adapted from HCC art faculty and others.) Opposed to plagiarism Copyrights Honor and fulfill commitments Keeping one s word Having the ability to apologize after errors or misdeeds. No corner cutting Respecting others and respecting the property of others Small things, ordinary things, matter. Display and promote their artwork. Sticking up for oneself and others Value self-learning. Value lifelong learning and development. Value experience with faculty. Value collaboration with peers and classmates. Goal setting and attainment Display and promote their artwork. Value involvement with

3 educational activities. Ability to make sacrifices for long-term goals Distinguish true success as the satisfaction of having done one s best Course Student Learning Outcomes (SLO): 4 to 7 Learning Objectives (Numbering system should be linked to SLO - e.g., 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, etc.) 1. (Level 2) Explain the purposes and processes of the visual arts in their historical context. 2. (Level 3) Apply the formal elements and principles of design to works from the text. 3. (Level 4) Compare and contrast selected artworks using the terminology and iconography of art. 4. (Level 6) Evaluate selected artworks using the terminology and iconography of art. 1. Categorize the artistic media Distinguish the purpose for which selected works were created Observe roles of art Observe roles of artists Understand the themes of art Identify selected artworks as being representational, abstract or nonobjective Determine which formal elements are used in selected artworks Determine which principles of design are used in selected artworks Conduct formal analyses of selected artworks Manipulate the formal elements and principles of design in the hands-on studio assignments, of which compromise approximately 25% of the final grade in the course Construct basic studio art assignments specifically designed for non-art majors Differentiate the artistic media Distinguish the purpose for which selected works were created Observe roles of art Observe roles of artists Categorize the themes of art Inventory selected artworks as being representational, abstract or nonobjective Summarize the period styles of selected artworks Interpret content in selected artworks Hypothesize the iconographical intent of the artist and/or producing culture of selected artworks Evaluate the formal elements and principles of design Judge the artistic merits of selected artworks. SCANS and/or Core Curriculum Competencies: If Core Curriculum Competencies: 2. To understand those works as expressions of individual and human values within an historical and social context. 3. To respond critically to works in the arts and humanities. 4. To engage in the creative process or interpretive performance and comprehend the physical and intellectual demands required of the author or visual or performing

4 artist. 5. To articulate an informed personal reaction to works in the arts and humanities. 6. To develop an appreciation for the aesthetic principles that guide or govern the humanities and arts. 7. To demonstrate knowledge of the influence of literature, philosophy, and/or the arts on intercultural experiences. Computer Literacy Critical Thinking Listening Reading Speaking Writing Course Calendar Sample Weekly Calendar (from art discipline website sample syllabus 2010) Week & Material, Subject Matter, or Activities 1. Orientation, grading policies, syllabus; Introduction, A World of Art 2. A World of Art, Developing Visual Literacy 3. The Themes of Art, Seeing the Value in Art 4. Line, Space 5. Light and Color, Other Formal Elements, and The Principles of Design 6. Exam, Field Trip 7. Drawing, Printmaking 8. Painting, Sculpture 9. Other Three-Dimensional Media, The Camera Arts 10. Hands-On Project 11. Architecture, Design 12. Exam, Field Trip

5 13. The Ancient World, The Christian World 14. The Renaissance through The Baroque, The Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries 15. The Twentieth Century, Review 16. Final Exam Instructional Methods Student Assignments Face to Face Web-enhanced (49% or less) Hybrid (50% or more) Distance (100%) readings (from textbooks, peer-reviewed articles, books, and original source seminal texts), slide presentations, video/film presentations, art demonstrations, hands-on studio projects (but students do not need to have any existing artistic ability) and inclass critiques. (Level 1) Identify stylistic characteristics of each of the selected cultures and (Level 2) Express stylistic characteristics of each of the selected cultures and (Level 4) Examine the function of painting, sculpture, architecture and other arts from Prehistoric to Late Gothic time. (Level 6) Appraise the function of painting, sculpture, architecture, other arts and period styles from Prehistoric to Late Gothic time. Student Assessment(s) (Level 1) Identify stylistic characteristics of each of the selected cultures and (Level 2) Express stylistic characteristics of each of the selected cultures and (Level 4) Examine the function of painting, sculpture, architecture and other arts from Prehistoric to Late Gothic time. (Level 6) Appraise the function of painting, sculpture, architecture, other arts and period styles from Prehistoric to Late Gothic time. Instructor's Requirements Program/Discipline Requirements: If Course Purpose

6 This course presents a survey of the visual arts, including artistic media and techniques, and art history. Students in Art Appreciation will also explore visual principles and elements through hands-on activities. Description of Course Content This course is intended to be a broadly based introduction to the visual arts and will deal with issues such as the nature of art, the content and meaning of art, the artists means of production and, finally, the development of art over time. Students in Art Appreciation will learn to consider ideas, concepts, social, cultural, economic, and other factors when analyzing specific art works and will learn to apply these factors when creating objects. Objectives and Requirements By the end of the semester the student who passes with a final grade of C or above will have demonstrated the ability to: Complete and comprehend all graded assignments. Attend class regularly, missing no more than 12.5% of instruction (12 hours). Arrive at class promptly and with the required materials for that day s session. Be prepared for and participate in small group or class discussions. Demonstrate the ability to communicate orally in clear, coherent, and persuasive language. Demonstrate the ability to use computer-based technology in communicating, solving problems, and acquiring information. Complete a minimum of 2000 words in combination of writing assignments and/or projects. Maintain an overall average of 70 or above on assignments, projects, and tests and styles included in the course syllabus. Compare and contrast works of art from the text using the terminology and iconography of art. Explain the function of art in its historical context. Complete the required studio art assignments which will constitute approximately 25% of the final grade. HCC Grading Scale A = B = 89-80: C = 79-70: D = 69-60: 4 points per semester hour 3 points per semester hour 2 points per semester hour 1 point per semester hour 59 and below = F IP (In Progress) W(Withdrawn) I (Incomplete) AUD (Audit) IP (In Progress) is given only in certain developmental courses. The student must re-enroll to receive credit. COM (Completed) is given in non-credit and continuing

7 education courses. To compute grade point average (GPA), divide the total grade points by the total number of semester hours attempted. The grades "IP," "COM" and "I" do not affect GPA. See "Health Science Program/Discipline Requirements" for grading scale. Instructor Grading Criteria Instructional Materials Required: A World of Art, 6th Edition, Henry Sayre. Comes with digital MyArtsLab Custom Access Code card for E-book and peripherals. Optional: Sayre / Writing about Art / 6th edition HCC Policy Statement: Access Student Services Policies on their Web site: Distance Education and/or Continuing Education Policies Access DE Policies on their Web site: Access CE Policies on their Web site:

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