ART 0157

Foundation Drawing

Foundation Drawing: Making Drawings to Explain the World Around Us
In this course we will learn to make drawings and graphic images to reveal the world we inhabit. Skills learned will include how to make perspective, architecture, value, and contour line systems. We will draw from observation of the natural world including, the human figure, exploring structure, expression, and psychology. We will also make and use photographic images. No previous studio experience is required or expected. 6 hrs. lect./lab
Studio Art
Program in Studio Art
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:
ART 0156
ART 0159


Spring 2021

ART0157A-S21 Lecture

Spring 2020

ART0157A-S20 Lecture (Butler)

Spring 2019

ART0157A-S19 Lecture (White)

Spring 2018

ART0157A-S18 Lecture (Butler)

Spring 2017

ART0157A-S17 Lecture (Butler)

Spring 2016

ART0157A-S16 Lecture (Butler)
ART0157B-S16 Lecture (Wallner, Mirling)

Spring 2014

ART0157A-S14 Lecture (Butler)

Spring 2013

ART0157A-S13 Lecture (Butler)

Spring 2012

ART0157A-S12 Lecture (Butler)