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|ARTS 455H - Intermediate Jewelry and Metals (3:7).|
Description: Studio art course designed to expand knowledge and skill in metalsmithing and jewelry design as a medium of conceptual and aesthetic expression. Course projects will focus on angle raising, mechanisms (hinge making, brooch backs, catches), surface decoration techniques, and small-scale sculpture.
Notes: Lab Fee: $100. Offered in fall and spring. Course may be repeated for a total of 6 credit hours.
Prerequisites: ARTS 355. All ARTS (3:7) numbered above 375 have a prerequisite of junior status and the successful completion of the specialization portfolio review or permission of the Chair of the Department of Fine Arts.
3.000 Credit hours
7.000 Other hours
Schedule Types: Independent Study/Research, Studio/PE
Fine Arts Department