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(ILOs, Core Competencies)

OUTCOMES: SLOs - ARTS
Course ID Course Name SLO Name SLO
ARTS 1 Art History/Apprec SLO #1 Students will be able to distinguish specific works of art and stylistic characteristics of the art of western cultures from Paleolithic times to the Gothic Era.
    SLO #2 Students will identify the predominant focus, philosophy and theology of different western cultures during these time periods through the observation and analysis of their artwork.
    SLO #3 Students will appraise the relevancy of art past and present in their own lives and understand how one culture’s art influences other cultures and influences our own.
ARTS 10 Painting SLO #1 Students will integrate and assimilate the elements of art in the creation of still life painted from a set- up.
    SLO #2 Students will create a painting from a photograph of a landscape or a cityscape using the grid technique of transference and enlargement.
    SLO #3 Students will research and analyze different painting styles from past periods.
ARTS 10B Intermediate Painting SLO #1 Students will integrate and assimilate the elements of art in the creation of a still life painted in oils and also pastels
    SLO #2 Students will create a pastel painting from a landscape photograph taken by themselves using the grid technique of transference and enlargement
    SLO #3 Students will research and analyze pastel paintings done in previous periods and apply techniques to their personal expressions.
ARTS 13A Asian Art History: Early Cultures SLO #1 Students will be able to recognize specific works of art and stylistic characteristics of the art of Asian cultures from the Stone Age through Medieval times.
    SLO #2 Students will explore the predominant focus, philosophy and theology of different Asian cultures during different time periods through the analysis of their artwork.
    SLO #3 Students will recognize relevancy of art past and present in their own lives and how one culture's art influences other cultures.
ARTS 16 Freehand Sketching SLO #1 Students will integrate the elements of art and relational viewing to create still life drawings.
    SLO #2 Students will combine the basic laws of linear perspective and compose drawings of interiors and buildings.
    SLO #3 Students will analyze drawings of masters past and present and assimilate effective techniques.
ARTS 17 Watercolor Painting SLO #1 Students will integrate and assimilate the elements of art in the creation of a still life painted from a set-up utilizing transparent watercolor washes.
    SLO #2 Students will paint a landscape in watercolor on location with a view to experience the specific qualities watercolor has for the capture of natural light.
    SLO #3 Students will explore the abstract qualities of pure color and how colors interact and affect each other.
ARTS 18A Ceramics SLO #1 Students will develop the ability to form clay, developing the skills of hand building, throwing on the potter’s wheel, low and high fire glazing. Students will also learn the vocabulary specific to the potter’s craft.
    SLO #2 Students will become conscious of and familiar with their own creative process and how their process is a part of human ceramic creativity throughout time.
    SLO #3 Students will become active, sharing, participants in the ongoing maintenance of ceramic studio including safety, equipment care, proper placement of their work at different stages, individual and group clean- up, and the efficient use and storing of their tools.
ARTS 18B Intermediate SLO #1 Students will refine their ability to form clay, expanding their skills of hand building and throwing on the potter’s wheel. Students will experience alternative low firing techniques, joining the ranks of indigenous and primitive potters throughout history.
    SLO #2 Students will become conscious of and familiar with their own creative process and how their process is intimately tied to the four elements of earth, water, air, and fire.
    SLO #3 Students will become active, sharing, participants in the ongoing maintenance of a ceramic studio including safety, equipment care, proper placement of their work at different stages, individual and group clean- up, and the efficient use and storing of their tools.
ARTS 18C Advanced Ceramics: Wheel Throwing SLO #1 Students will progress with their abilities to fashion pottery on the potter's wheel, creating functional and aesthetically pleasing artwork Form follows function will be understood and expressed with wheel thrown pottery.
    SLO #2 Students will learn from the work of other artists from different time periods and different cultures, building on the store of knowledge and technique with their own work. Cultural approaches to ceramic art will be researched and employed in personal clay expressions.
    SLO #3 Students in the advanced class will become sharing participants in the ongoing operations of the studio, helping with the instruction of less advanced students and operating the equipment for the efficient functioning of the studio.
ARTS 19 Sculpture SLO #1 Students will develop the ability to sculpt relief and sculpture in-the- round, developing the skills of figure and portrait modeling as well as hollowing, finishing, firing and applying a patina.
    SLO #2 Students will become conscious of and familiar with their own creative process and how their process is a part of human sculptural creativity throughout time.
    SLO #3 Students will become active, sharing, participants in the ongoing maintenance of a ceramic studio including safety, equipment care, proper placement of their work at different stages, individual and group clean- up, and the efficient use and storing of their tools.
ARTS 2 Art History and Apprec SLO #1 Students will be able to distinguish specific works of art and stylistic characteristics of the art of western cultures from the Renaissance to the Modern Era.
    SLO #2 Students will identify the predominant focus, philosophy and theology of different western cultures during these time periods through the observation and analysis of their artwork.
    SLO #3 Students will be able to analyze a painting and its effective or ineffective use of style, color, composition and subject matter in its intended purpose. Students will explore the relationship between stylistic effects and historical events.
ARTS 3 Basic Design SLO #1 Students will integrate the vocabulary of Two Dimensional Design and use that vocabulary in design analysis.
    SLO #2 Students will identify and apply the Elements of Art and the Principles of Design in everyday living.
    SLO #3 Students will utilize a variety of media to make personal design statements and develop a personal brand or avatar.
ARTS 7 Drawing and Composition SLO #1 Students will integrate the elements of art and relational viewing to create still life drawings.
    SLO #2 Students will combine the basic laws of linear perspective and compose drawings of interiors and buildings.
    SLO #3 Students will analyze drawings of masters past and present and assimilate effective techniques.
     



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