Art & Art History

University of Mississippi

Courses: Foundations

  • Art 101: Two-Dimensional Design
    Through reading, discussion, and projects, the foundations course introduces students to the studio method while exploring the fundamentals of two-dimensional design. Recommended studio art elective.
  • Art 102: Color Theory
    Exploration of traditional and contemporary color theory in studio art.
  • Art 103: Three-Dimensional Design
    Through readings, discussion, and projects, the foundation studio explores design in three dimensions.
  • Art 110: Digital Media Foundations Core
    This intensely focused studio course combines 2-D design, color theory, and drawing in a traditional and digital environment. It cannot be used to substitute the foundations requirement for the B.A., B.F.A., or minor in art.
  • Art 111: Drawing I
    An introduction to traditional drawing techniques and skills with a primary focus on perspective.
  • Art 211: Drawing II
    A further development of traditional drawing skills and techniques explored through a variety of media.
  • Art 311: Figure Drawing I
    Drawing from the model with an emphasis on skeletal and anatomical structure using traditional drawing techniques.
  • Art 312: Figure Drawing II
    Drawing from the model with an emphasis on posing the figure and exploring experimental media.
  • Art 411: Advanced Drawing
    Continued exploration of media and techniques with emphasis on individual directions.
  • Art 511: Drawing
    Advanced problems including special problems designed on an individual basis, with emphasis on drawing as a final form of expression. Mixed media.
  • Art 512: Figure Drawing
    Advanced drawing from the live model including special problems designed on an individual basis.
  • Art 611: Drawing
    Advanced problems including special problems designed on an individual basis, with emphasis on drawing as a final form of expression.

Foundations