Visual Art Studies (Art Education) Courses

Details below are subject to change. Please confirm all information in the official Course Schedule.
 

Fall 2020 Teaching Formats

Online
The course is taught entirely online and does not require in-person activities on campus.

Online with Elective In-Person Component
The course is taught mostly online, but includes optional opportunities for in-person activities on campus.

Online with Required In-Person Component
The course is a hybrid format that blends online instruction and required in-person activities on campus.

In-Person
The course is taught entirely in-person on campus.

Fall 2020 Courses

VAS 330
Introduction to Visual Art Studies

An introduction to visual art studies: philosophy, current trends, instructional methods, evaluation, advocacy, and careers in art education, museum education, and cultural or social educational settings.

Fulfills →  Writing flag

Jenny Evans
TTH 9–10:30
Teaching Format →  Online

VAS 341C
Learners and Instructional Sites for Visual Art Studies

Instructional procedures, observations, and evaluation of early childhood through grade twelve classroom and community-based art instruction.

Christopher Adejumo
MW 8–11
Teaching Format →  Online with Required In-Person Component
(Please contact the instructor for further details on type/frequency of in-person instruction.)

VAS 361C
Criticism and Conversation in Art

Individual and professional evaluations of visual imagery, artifacts, and artistic production in a variety of settings.

Christopher Adejumo
MW 11–2
Teaching Format →  Online with Required In-Person Component
(Please contact the instructor for further details on type/frequency of in-person instruction.)

VAS 376
Independent Study: Visual Art Studies

Individual projects to be completed under faculty supervision.

Fulfills →  Independent Inquiry flag

Teaching Format →  Online

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