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BISIA 207 Introduction to Creative Writing: Words, Stories, Dialogues (5) VLPA Heuvingy
Inquires into basic elements of creative writing that occur in multiple genres and media. Studies and practices writing in a workshop atmosphere.
Instructor Course Description: Amaranth C. Borsuk Sarah Dowling Jeanne D. Heuving Stacey Levine

BISIA 213 Art Techniques (1-5, max. 10) VLPA Kochhar-Lindgren, Milutis
Develops intermediate skills and applications in one or more studio arts in order to enhance students' abilities as performers, arts creators, or educators. Recommended: B CUSP 197 or prior experience.
Instructor Course Description: Barbara L. Noah Carolyn J. Bodle Deborah Helen Birrane Gary L. Carpenter Jeanette M. Sanchez Jentery F Sayers Joseph L Lavy Kanta A Kochhar Karena Birk Amy M Lambert Paula Peters

BISIA 240 Visual and Media Arts Techniques (1-5, max. 10) VLPA
Develops intermediate art skills and applications, with an emphasis on visual and media arts. Recommended: Recommended: either B ARTS 197 or prior experience.

BISIA 250 Photography as Art (5) VLPA
Explores photography as an artistic medium. Creates a context for understanding photography as a form of contemporary art, including expressive and interpretive strategies for taking and making pictures.

BISIA 283 Interdisciplinary Art Techniques (1-5, max. 10) VLPA Kochhar-Lindgren, Milutis
Develops intermediate skills and applications in one or more studio arts in order to enhance students' abilities as performers, arts creators, or educators.

BISIA 310 Creative Writing: Poetry (5) VLPA
Intensive study of the theories and practices of writing poetry.
Instructor Course Description: Amaranth C. Borsuk Jeanne D. Heuving

BISIA 311 Creative Writing: Prose (5) VLPA
Intensive study of the modes and means of composing creative, non-fictional prose.
Instructor Course Description: Rebecca S. Brown Ronald O. Brown

BISIA 319 Interdisciplinary Arts (5) VLPA Edwards, Heuving, Kochhlar-Lindgren, Milutis
Investigates relationships between the study and making of art. Explores connections among written, visual, and performance arts and engages their intellectual, social, and aesthetic dimensions.
Instructor Course Description: Jeanne D. Heuving Joseph Adam Milutis Kanta A Kochhar Theodor Frederick Hiebert

BISIA 340 Visual and Media Arts Workshop (1-5, max. 10) VLPA
Interdisciplinary arts workshop with an emphasis on visual and media arts. Focuses on the development and critique of creative projects in a practice-oriented setting. Recommended: Recommended: either BISIA 240 or prior experience.

BISIA 350 Photography and Digital Art (5) VLPA Hiebert
Explores the use of photography and 2D digital imaging as contemporary art forms in a practice-based arts workshop. Emphasizes creative and conceptual engagement.
Instructor Course Description: Theodor Frederick Hiebert

BISIA 374 Arts Workshop (1-5, max. 15) VLPA Heuving, Kochhar-Lindgren, Milutis
Explores how art is made in specified areas of inquiry, genre, or media. Arts may include visual, written, or performance arts, or a combination of these.
Instructor Course Description: Alejandra Salinas Tolosa Barbara L. Noah Carolyn J. Bodle Catherine Cabeen Gary L. Carpenter Chelsea Jennings Jeanette M. Sanchez Joseph Adam Milutis Jolynn Edwards Kanta A Kochhar Amy M Lambert Patricia M. Graney

BISIA 383 Interdisciplinary Arts Workshop (1-5, max. 15) VLPA Heuving, Kochhar-Lindgren, Milutis
Interdisciplinary arts workshop with an emphasis on building relationships among multiple arts forms. Focuses on the development of creative projects in a practice-oriented setting. Recommended: Recommended: BISIA 283 or prior experience.

BISIA 401 Literary and Arts Journal Editorial Board (2-5, max. 20)
Provides opportunity to learn about publishing a literary journal by publishing the UWB Literary Journal. Students gain skills in communication, assessing and editing literary texts, layout design, technology for creating and disseminating multi-media work, project management, and teamwork.
Instructor Course Description: Theodor Frederick Hiebert

BISIA 410 Advanced Creative Writing Workshop (1-5, max. 15) VLPA

BISIA 450 Image and Imagination (5) VLPA Hiebert
Explores image-based arts in a contemporary context in an advanced arts workshop. Emphasizes the development of creative and conceptual projects in a practice-oriented setting.
Instructor Course Description: Theodor Frederick Hiebert

BISIA 483 Advanced Arts Workshop (1-5, max. 15) VLPA Heuving, Kochhar-Lindgren, Milutis, Watts
Advanced levels of art making which extend artistic proficiencies and knowledge. Arts may include visual , written, or performance arts, or a combination of these.
Instructor Course Description: Amaranth C. Borsuk Aeron M. Bergman Carolyn J. Bodle Gary L. Carpenter Joseph Adam Milutis Patricia M. Graney Theodor Frederick Hiebert

BISIA 484 Arts Learning in the Community (5-10, max. 10) Heuving, Kochhar-Lindgren, Milutis, Watts
Develops a theoretical and practical understanding of arts-practices in relation to a selected community context. Engages in a specific project at an educational, social service, or arts organization, or in an arts-project that works across communities.
Instructor Course Description: Kanta A Kochhar