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UW BOTHELL
CENTER FOR UNIV STUDIES AND PROGRAMS
ART - BOTHELL

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B ART 121 Introduction to Drawing (5) VLPA
Builds basic drawing skills, develops understanding of primary concepts which relate to drawing and develops an understanding of the grammar or syntax of two-dimensional language. Students move beyond their current knowledge and abilities and link new skills, concepts, and understandings to creative expressing. Offered: AWSp.
Instructor Course Description: Gary L. Carpenter Amy M Lambert Melanie Sinclair

B ART 131 Introduction to Arts Practice (5) VLPA
Includes active exploration of processes through which artists discover and translate ideas, feelings, and concerns into various forms of objects. Uses a wide variety of methods and approaches, from traditional to technological, to promote artistic expression. Promotes discussions and critiques to lead to a better understanding of the creative process. Offered: AWSp.
Instructor Course Description: Alejandra Salinas Tolosa Carolyn J. Bodle

B ART 191 Art and Public Spaces (5) VLPA
Examines works from across the arts: painting, writing, film, architecture, theater, new media. Explores their relationship to public spaces such as museums, site-specific structures, galleries, and exhibitions, as well as the history of their public reception. Includes site visits. Offered: ASp.
Instructor Course Description: Alejandra Salinas Tolosa Carolyn J. Bodle